University of Washington Jackson School centers receive $13.4 million in federal funding for advancing understanding of global issues The University of Washington’s Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies has
“« Tu veux un Queues de Castor? » asked my newfound Québécoise friend. I looked at her strangely. « Pardon? » I replied. She repeated: « un Queues de Castor?
“The University of Washington, a leader in international studies, could use some state support,” writes journalist Peter Jackson in his analysis on why Russian studies in higher education is more
Nadine Fabbi, Managing Director of the Canadian Studies Center at the University of Washington, has been invited to serve as Co-Editor of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Canadian
Popular Science article “Seagulls are eating all of our garbage” reports a paper co-authored by Mark Mallory, 2017-2018 UW Canada Fulbright Chair in Arctic Studies. The paper, published originally in the Archives
On Friday, Jan. 5, as part of the delegation of the Deans and Directors of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA) meeting held in D.C., Jackson School
“Many people in Québec City do not speak English so I was forced out of my comfort zone by speaking French in daily life, as well as in the classroom.
On January 26, 2016, the University of Washington’s (UW) Canada Fulbright Chair in Arctic Studies program* and Fulbright Canada hosted an afternoon symposium** in Ottawa to celebrate the UW-Fulbright Canada