February 2018

Two student leaders recognized by state group

Washington Campus Compact logo

Two University of Washington Bothell students have received the 2018 Presidents’ Civic Leadership Award from the Washington Campus Compact, a coalition of higher education institutions in the state. Salvador Salazar-Cano received the undergraduate award and Ayva Thomas the award for a graduate student.

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Easier application process for UW Bothell

Coalition logo

The University of Washington Bothell has joined the Seattle campus as a member of the Coalition for Access, Affordability and Success. This will allow first-year students for fall 2019 to use the same application in applying to these two University of Washington campuses.

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A Husky Promise obligation: Doing your best

Hesbeyda Villafana

As a Husky Promise student, Hesbeyda Villafana is on her way to earning a bachelor’s degree in American and ethnic studies next year — debt free. But she does feels she still owes something: an obligation to do her best.

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UW Bothell researchers hit health care nerve

Nora Kenworthy, Lauren Berliner

A study on crowdfunding health care by University of Washington Bothell researchers Nora Kenworthy, left, and Lauren Berliner attracted widespread national and international attention. The two tell the Simpson Center for the Humanities what they learned from the media exposure.

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First UW Bothell student advocate in Olympia

Salvador Salazar-Cano

The University of Washington Bothell’s first full-time student advocate to the Legislature, Salvador Salazar-Cano, builds relationships and promotes policies as the face of UW Bothell students in Olympia.

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