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Husky 100 honored by UW Bothell community

Chancellor Yeigh and six of the Husky 100

Activism, community engagement and transformative student experiences with caring professors are the stories of the seven University of Washington Bothell students in this year’s Husky100.

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Asian-American and Pacific Islander pride

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Leah Shin and John Kim launched the BeSpoken Project at the University of Washington Bothell to challenge representations of Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders in media and  professional settings. Now it has spread to universities nationwide.

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Lingling Yuan, Kyra Laughlin, Erica Qiao to receive medals at University of Washington Bothell commencement

At the University of Washington Bothell commencement, Lingling Yuan will receive the President’s Medal, which recognizes the graduating senior with the most distinguished academic record. Kyra Laughlin and Erica Qiao will receive the Chancellor’s Medal, which recognizes inspirational seniors for their commitment to learning.

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Internship impact: Magdalene Kihara

Magdalene Kihara

Magdalene Kihara (society, ethics and human behavior ’17) had some emotionally trying experiences as an intern, working with women who have lost custody of their children because of homelessness or chemical dependency.

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Six more Mary Gates scholars at UW Bothell

Randy Wang, Wolf Yeigh, Deanna Kennedy

Six University of Washington Bothell students won a $5,000 Mary Gates undergraduate research scholarship in the latest round of the awards, encouraging academic excellence. Photo: Scholarship winner Randy Wang explains his research to Chancellor Wolf Yeigh as mentor Deanna Kennedy looks on.

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