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Fatima Al-Shemary (’15, Culture, Literature & the Arts) has joined Refugees Northwest Foster Care as a Program Assistant, working to connect unaccompanied refugee and immigrant minors to foster families and safe housing in the greater Seattle area.  Frances Lee (’18, M.A. in Cultural Studies) has accepted a position as a Program Coordinator at Resource Media. Resource Media is a non-profit communications agency that crafts PR campaigns to promote environmental justice, climate change, and health equity initiatives. Colton Lindelof (’09, Global Studies) has been appointed ...

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Sandra (Brewer) Hengen (’00, Liberal Studies) was chosen to represent Boeing at the 2018 Women in Aviation conference in Reno, Nevada. Neil Low (’03, Liberal Studies) has retired from the Seattle Police Department after almost 50 years on the force. Jared Mead (’15, Global Studies) is a city councilmember in Mill Creek and current candidate for the State House of Representatives in Washington’s 44th Legislative District.  Amy (Felch) Panther (’06, Culture, Literature & the Arts) is a senior executive assistant in administration at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Aaron Thacker (’98, Liberal Studies) served two years as Commander of the 856 Military Police Company and ..

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Jessica Hagy (’18, Creative Writing & Poetics) will spend the month of October in Reykjavik, Iceland as part of the SÍM Residency program. Each year, the SÍM Residency brings 150 national and international visual artists together to collaborate and network. Richie Meyer (’16, Policy Studies) has joined UW Bothell’s First Year & Pre-Major Program (FYPP) as Program Coordinator. In this role, he provides administrative support to the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Director of the Academic Transition Program, academic advising team, and other FYPP staff and faculty. Megan Wiebelhaus (’13, Community Psychology) was selected as ...

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Jennifer Gess (’07, Community Psychology) began an adjunct faculty position at Seattle University this spring.  She is also a full-time professor for Walden University,  and for both institutions, she teaches in their graduate counseling departments.  Salem Levesque (’11, Cultural Studies) and co-author Butch de Castro were published in Public Health Nursing.  Their paper “Using a digital storytelling assignment to teach public health advocacy” describes how digital story making can be utilized as an academic assignment to teach public health advocacy within an undergraduate nursing curriculum.  Travis Sharp  ...

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Chad Bates (’14, Global Studies) accepted a new role as Business Operations Manager for Specialty Practices at Amazon Web Services Professional Services. Previously, he was the Concierge Customer Service Manager at Amazon Web Services.  Jung Lee (’13, Policy Studies) started a new position as Academic Services Manager for ...

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