Early grads, we want to hear from you! We've launched a campaign to reconnect with Liberal Studies graduates and invite you to learn about opportunities for founding alumni!
Since 1990, the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (IAS) has provided access to a liberal arts education for more than 6,500 alumni. Early IAS graduates are the cornerstone of this legacy. They helped shape this campus and are an important part of our school history.
Early grads reception with Bruce Kochis
January 17, 2019 | 5:30 p.m.
UW Bothell, Discovery Hall 152
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Join other early grads for our pre-lecture reception at 5:30 p.m. with Human Rights professor Bruce Kochis!
Dr. Kochis' Encore! Lecture begins at 6:30 p.m.
Tell your story
UW Bothell turns 30 in 2020. From Canyon Park to picturesque wetlands, you helped begin this campus and have stories to tell!
Help us celebrate nearly 30 years of liberal arts education by sharing your memories, reflections, and where life has led you. IAS is collecting stories, photos, and other artifacts to showcase our history and the legacy of our early grads. Tell your story and check out our growing photo archive!
Early grads represent a wide range of pathways. Read about these featured alumni and tell us your story!
Paula Waters ('98) is a Woodinville City Council Member who attributes her strong commitment to public service to her education. Learn about Paula.
Aaron Thacker ('98) is an Army National Guard captain and public affairs officer who has served in Iraq, Egypt and Afghanistan.
Learn about Aaron.
Zaheeda Edwards ('95) is a project manager for CDK Global and was UW Bothell's first alumni relations manager.
Learn about Zaheeda.
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We welcome your thoughts and ideas! Email email@example.com to share how we can best engage with you and visit our Alumni page for more IAS news and information.