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Veteran alumnus on State Department fellowship

Ryan Dzakovic on the road

Thanks to a timely notice from UW Bothell, Ryan Dzakovic won a Veterans Innovation Partnership fellowship for a year-long position with the State Department’s Office of Global Partnerships in Washington, D.C. Dzakovic (master’s cultural studies ’15) is an Army reservist who served in Iraq and Uganda.

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Living a dream: Study abroad in Brazil

Woman on beach in Brazil

Yesenia Valasquez participated in the UW Bothell Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences Brazil: Afro-Cultures of Brazil Exploration Seminar during early fall start 2017. Valasquez is a UW Foster undergraduate who received a Global Business Center scholarship.

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Library archives support research, teaching

John McCoy, Dan Berger

The University of Washington Bothell/Cascadia Campus Library creates digital archives to support faculty research and teaching. Archives include prison history, feminist organizations, campus wetlands and Bothell community voices.

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Shared ideals found at U.N. Youth Assembly

Sayaka Oe at U.N. Youth Assembly

A UW Bothell student who attended the United Nations Youth Assembly found that other young people around the world care deeply about many of the same things that are valued at the University, such as sustainable technology and advancing women’s rights.

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Using the smart in smart phones: Amazon selfies

Ursula Valdez and Brianna Wrightson

Most instructors tell students to put away their smartphones. Ursula Valdez tells students to use them, especially in the field for a biology or environmental science class. Go ahead, take a selfie, but include something meaningful in the picture. Caption it with context.

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