Five IAS Students Recognized in the Husky 100


This year the University of Washington inaugurated the Husky 100. 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, both inside and outside the classroom. The Husky 100 are juniors and seniors across all three campuses whose nominations are evaluated based on their passion, leadership, and commitment. In this inaugural class of the Husky 100, five students from UW Bothell were selected – and all five are from IAS!

The IAS members of the 2016 Husky 100 are:

  • Ruth Medina Godina (Society, Ethics & Human Behavior)
  • Alejandra Pérez (Society, Ethics & Human Behavior / American & Ethnic Studies)
  • Jessica Cole (Society, Ethics & Human Behavior)
  • Michaella Rosner (Society, Ethics & Human Behavior)
  • Kelsey Bolinger (Society, Ethics & Human Behavior / Media & Communication Studies)

Congratulations, Ruth, Alejandra, Jessica, Michaella, and Kelsey!

Photos of IAS Husky 100
Left to right: Ruth Medina Godina, Alejandra Pérez, Jessica Cole, Michaella Rosner, Kelsey Bolinger

View profiles of each member of the 2016 Husky 100

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