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Spring Luncheon: Ruth Moon, Ph.D.: “Stories from the Field: Understanding Journalism Work in Rwanda”

Wednesday, May 15, 11:45 a.m.
Seattle Yacht Club, 1807 E. Hamlin Street, Seattle

Ruth Moon has a Ph.D. in communications from the University of Washington. She studies journalists and the ways they incorporate competing pressures and values into their work, especially in authoritarian contexts where technological infrastructure is weak. Her award-winning research has been supported by grants from the University of Washington, the Boren Fellowship, and the Institute for Humane Studies. Her dissertation, which she completed in 2018, examines journalism in Rwanda. As a journalist, Moon has worked for Christianity Today, the Rapid City Journal, the Colorado Springs Gazette, and other news outlets, and she currently edits Seattle Pacific University’s magazine, Response. Moon will discuss her research in Rwanda and other East African countries, focusing on the ways Rwandan journalism has been shaped by social, political, and professional influences to take its current shape.

The luncheon will take place on Wednesday, May 15, at the Seattle Yacht Club. Free parking is available in the adjacent parking lot. The luncheon starts at 11:45 a.m.; doors open at 11:30 a.m. The cost is $40 per person and guests are welcome. For your luncheon entree you may select either lemon-herb chicken or butternut squash ravioli. Please let us know of any special dietary requests. Please make your reservation by May 8 using the form below. Please note: you will need to return to this page to enter more than one attendee's name before checking out.

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Lake Hills Greenbelt nature walk

Saturday, June 29, 9:30 a.m.
15416 S.E. 16th Street, Bellevue

Please join us for a nature walk through forests, wetlands, and a blueberry farm, passing by streams, Larson Lake, community gardens, and produce stands. Along the trail are informative signs regarding the glacial history of the area, early Japanese berry farmers, wetlands restoration, and current vegetation. Your family and friends are welcome to join us. The trail is flat, and you are welcome to bring children, including those in strollers. There is a small parking lot just west of the flower/produce stand on the northwest corner of the intersection of 156th Avenue S.E. and S.E. 16th street. There is a larger Lake Hills Greenbelt parking lot just west of the small parking lot.

We will meet in the larger parking lot near the community gardens at 9:30 a.m. Learn more about the Lake Hills Greenbelt. After the walk we can meet for coffee at a local café. Please RSVP to [email protected].








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