December 2017

Class project connects students to their culture

John Son discovered something about his Cambodian heritage during a class project that helped the Burke Museum staff prepare artifacts for the move to a new building. 

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Research themes drive Au’s teaching and books

“My research is broad, kind of dispersed,” says University of Washington Bothell School of Educational Studies Professor Wayne Au, “ but it’s all in one big basket.”Au focuses on politics, power and social justice in education.

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Study abroad paves way for Peace Corps job

A UW Bothell study abroad trip to Togo in 2014 helped Alexandra Winters understand the challenges of international work. Many of the lessons — flexibility, intercultural communication and community advocacy — translated into Peace Corps service. 

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Straight story from Eastside Leadership Center

Christine Noel Straight, an alumna, program administrator at the School of Business Eastside Leadership Center and a 2017 UW Bothell staff appreciation award winner, was highlighted in the school's fall newsletter. 

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Melinda Bocci builds inclusive communities

Melinda Bocci earned a Master of Arts in policy studies (MAPS) degree in 2006 and now is a program manager with Snohomish County Development Disabilities and serves on the Governor’s Committee on Disability Issues and Employment.

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