University of Washington Bothell

News from Chancellor Wolf Yeigh

Supporting all survivors

 I am pleased to announce the launch of a campus‐wide initiative against sexual assault and relationship violence. If UW Bothell is going to be a welcoming and inclusive community that embraces diversity as one if its core values, we need to do more. At UW Bothell, we  will do more by listening to, believing in and supporting all survivors.

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Supporting international scholars and students

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Today, President Ana Mari Cauce issued a statement regarding the new presidential executive order on international travel.  I invite you to read her message and know that the University is united in its support of all members of our community. For additional resources, please visit UW Bothell's Center for International Education website.

 
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Town Hall review: Feb. 14

Chancellor Yeigh speaking to crowd
Thank you to everyone who attended our town hall on Feb. 14.  I was glad to see about 100 students, faculty and staff at our meeting. We discussed the Student Diversity Center, the campus master plan, enrollment and the budget process.
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UW Bothell stands with our international scholars and students

The University of Washington Bothell stands with international scholars and students affected by President Trump’s executive order banning immigration from seven nations. I echo President Ana Mari Cauce’s recommendation to our community members from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen to avoid international travel at this time.

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Our response to a controversial speaker

There are many in our community who are concerned about this Friday’s speech by Milo Yiannopoulos to be held on the Seattle campus. Although this is not the type of speaker many would invite to any UW campus, we need to fully respect a student group’s right to invite speakers of their choice, even those who are controversial or whose appearance may offend some. I am hopeful that these extreme and divisive opinions will eventually be drowned by the overwhelming majority who believe in the kind of generous and inclusive society reflected in our campus values. 
 
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