University of Washington Bothell

News from Chancellor Wolf Yeigh

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Voyager Middle School students talk college

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One of my favorite new traditions of the academic year is my trip to Voyager Middle School to talk with the 7th grade students in Annamarie Jordan's class. I had the pleasure again early in March, and participated in a spirited discussion about college.

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Preventing suicide

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Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students nationwide. Because mental health and substance abuse are among the most cited reasons college students don’t complete their degrees, it is clear that behavioral health promotion and suicide prevention should be among our top priorities.
 
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Expect respect at UW Bothell

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Every person who walks onto this campus must be valued and respected. Diversity and inclusion are ingrained in our identity and the way we engage our community. I am committed to working together to make UW Bothell a safe and welcoming place where all of us are able to learn from each other, value each other’s experiences, and become the difference in the world.

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Nominate students for the Husky 100

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The University of Washington will recognize 100 outstanding students who are making a difference through service, campus activities, research, family responsibilities - any number of ways. Please nominate an outstanding UW Bothell student today. The deadline is Jan. 9, 2016.

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Diversity Action Plan

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I am pleased to share with you the UW Bothell Diversity Action Plan, developed by the campus Diversity Council with contributions from key partners and input from the campus community. This commitment to diversity is one that I strongly hold as a personal value and it is one of the seven priorities of our 21st Century Campus Initiative.
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