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Students engage with Latino community

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Three University of Washington Bothell courses with a total of 50 students are engaged in community-based learning and research projects this summer with the Latino Educational Training Institute, a Lynnwood nonprofit that serves the Latino community in south Snohomish County. 

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Maximizing experiences on campus

Allison Pace

Allison Pace lived on campus, worked on campus and started a club. She said applying for the Husky 100 forced her to reflect on how she has been changed by all of her experiences at the University of Washington Bothell.

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A picture and a thousand words

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The new edition of Clamor, the University of Washington Bothell’s only professional-grade literary and arts journal, is hot off the press. All the work to publish the journal is done by students.

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Giving voice for Native perspectives

Lisa Fryett

Lisa Fryett worked for more than 18 years at The Boeing Company, eventually becoming a project manager for in-flight entertainment. She left the corporate world in 2016 to complete her degree at the University of Washington Bothell where her advocacy for Native viewpoints earned her recognition in the Husky 100. 

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Bothell Fulbright scholar to study in Scotland

Philip Palios

A senior in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, Philip Palios won a yearlong U.S. Student Fulbright grant to earn a master’s in environment, culture and communication at the University of Glasgow Dumfries campus in southwest Scotland.

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