ISS wishes to announce that a paper co-authored by ISS Lecturer Dr. Sara Vannini was named one of five finalists for the 2019 Lee Dirks Award for Best Full Research Paper at the upcoming iConference held in Washington D.C. March 30 - April 3, 2019. This annual international conference focuses...Read more
Curious about recent events in the Integrated Social Sciences Bachelor Degree Program? Check out our most recent issue of the Integrator to read stories about identity from faculty member Professor Ralina Joseph and ISS graduate Lauren McGhee. We also share exciting news about study abroad...Read more
ISS students are now eligible to participate in UW Faculty-Led study abroad opportunities! Programs led by UW faculty can be anywhere from 4 weeks (such as short summer programs and early fall Exploration Seminars) or quarter-long. A plethora of opportunities await here: http://www.washington....Read more
ISS is excited to present a new quarterly newsletter: The Integrator . The goal of this newsletter is to help bring the ISS community closer together by sharing program updates, information, and announcements with ISS students, faculty, staff, alumni, and our friends on campus. We hope this...Read more
Four faculty who have designed and taught courses for Integrated Social Sciences received honors for service and teaching at the University of Washington! UW recently announced the 2018 faculty and staff recipients of the Awards of Excellence and we wish to celebrate their accomplishments. Alumni...Read more
Congratulations to Richard Gentzkow !
Each year, the Husky 100 recognizes 100 UW undergraduate and graduate students from Bothell, Seattle, and Tacoma in all areas of study who are making the most of their time at the UW. The Husky 100 actively connect what happens inside and outside...Read more
Associate Professor of Sociology Alexes Harris recently published an opinion piece in the New York Times about the impact of the fines on individuals processed by the US justice system, often touted as an alternative to incarceration. This piece is based on research conducted and published by...Read more
Congratulations to ISS's own Frances McCue! Her newest book of poetry, “Timber Curtain,” was released this year. The book is a companion to the film “Where the House Was,” a documentary still in production about the history and demolition of Hugo House, an important literary arts organization...Read more
Welcome to a new school year! The start of the school year is always an exciting time, and with each new year, we welcome new students to our program! This academic year, we also welcome new faces to our leadership team.
We now have two fantastic, dedicated, brilliant Co-Directors who...Read more
Integrated Social Sciences is pleased to share a revised version of our mission statement. During Spring Quarter, the ISS Diversity Committee revised our mission statement to highlight our commitment to equity, inclusion, and a respect for difference. Our next step is to evaluate and document...Read more