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Angelica Mendoza awarded 2019 UW Bothell Chancellor’s Medal

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Angelica Mendoza, a double major in American & Ethnic Studies and Media & Communication Studies, has been awarded the 2019 UW Bothell Chancellor’s Medal. The award is an honor that recognizes graduating seniors who have achieved academic excellence and served as a consistent source of inspiration for faculty and students alike. Mendoza has also been awarded the the 2019 Feminist Praxis Award from ...

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Kari Lerum presents at Seattle City Council & The Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies (UW)

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IAS faculty member and Seattle LGBTQ commissioner Kari Lerum recently presented the commission’s 2 year work plan to the Civil Rights, Utilities, Economic committee of the Seattle City Council. The video footage of Lerum along with two other LGBTQ commissioners can be seen starting at minute 54.

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Kadija Hussen is a young woman empowered

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While in high school, Kadija Hussen discovered UW Bothell through a career event organized by Young Women Empowered. Now she's majoring in Law, Economics & Public Policy, engaging in campus leadership, and mentoring other young women! 

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Yolanda Padilla and Janelle Silva honored at UW Latinx Faculty Recognition

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IAS faculty members Yolanda Padilla and Janelle Silva have been selected for recognition at the 3rd Annual Latinx Faculty Recognition Event on May 2nd. This year, 33 Latinx faculty across the tri-campuses of the University of Washington were selected. Twenty-four of the honorees are from the UW Seattle campus, five honorees from UW Bothell, and four honorees from UW Tacoma.

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Community Mural Project at Interfaith Solidarity Event

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On Friday, March 22nd, the Bothell community came together to honor the lives lost in the New Zealand live-stream shooting. The ICOB Mosque hosted an Interfaith Solidarity Event at the Bothell United Methodist Church which brought numerous speakers, including: law enforcement agencies, religious leaders, and community members to reflect on the tragedy and offer their condolences. People were given ...

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