Three IAS students selected as part of the Husky 100 Class of 2017


Each year, the Husky 100 recognizes 100 UW undergraduate and graduate students from Bothell, Seattle, and Tacoma in all areas of study, who are making the most of their time at the UW.  Out of the seven students from UW Bothell selected in 2017, three are from IAS.

Aretha Basu (Society, Ethics & Human Behavior) has served as director of student advocacy for the Associated Students of UW Bothell. Basu says she never planned to become an activist during college, but then a study abroad trip she took to Ghana after her first year changed everything. Read Aretha Basu’s full profile>>

Cecilee Fernandez (Community Psychology) worked as a study abroad peer adviser in the Student Success Center and went to Oaxaca, Mexico, last year to observe political and social structures. Fernandez is vice president of S.A.V.E. (Sexual Assault and Violence Education), the student organization that this winter won a grant of up to $5,000 from T-Mobile to develop information and victim support programs. Read Cecilee Fernandez’s full profile>>

Feruza Ghias (Community Psychology and Society, Ethics & Human Behavior) worked as a study abroad ambassador in the Student Success Center, taking part in UW Bothell sponsored trips to Kyrgyzstan and Italy. Ghias was accepted to the Peace Corps and could go to Macedonia for two years after graduation in June. Read Feruza Ghias’s full profile>>

Congratulations Aretha, Cecilee, and Feruza!