News & Stories
A collection of recent news featuring IAS programs and residential fellows.
This month, IAS Fellows past and present used their expertise to inform stories about the significant drop in life expectancy for the Black population; how video and audio from the January 6 insurrection created new publics; the new facial recognition ban in Minneapolis; and more.
Current and former IAS Residential Faculty Fellows Rachel Hardeman, Rebecca Shlafer, Catherine Squires, and Jimmy Patiño have been busy speaking with news outlets like the Washington Post, NPR, and the Star Tribune about their work, including how police violence is impacting Black mothers and their infants, developing an anti-racist curricula in medical education, how the current COVID-19 outbreak is impacting incarcerated persons at the Stillwater prison, and the addition of a required ethnic studies course in the Minneapolis Public Schools. And more!
Current IAS Residential Faculty Fellow Rachel Hardeman has been awarded the Planned Parenthood Courage Award. IAS Director Jennifer Gunn is quoted in the Star Tribune. Former IAS Advisory Board Member and Faculty Fellow Greg Donofrio and his students are at work on a major project about the communities displaced by the construction of I-35W in Minneapolis.