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University of Washington Bothell presents founding faculty member Jeanne Heuving with its 2017 Distinguished Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity Award

Jeanne Heuving

The University of Washington Bothell has presented Jeanne Heuving, a founding faculty member and professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, the 2017 Distinguished Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity Award.

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Employers seek UW Bothell students at job fair

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Representatives of more than 70 companies found nearly 400 students with resumes in hand Wednesday at the Spring Job and Internship Fair. The event was one of the biggest job fairs yet on campus. It took space in both the North Creek Events Center and the Activities and Recreation Center.

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Liberal arts education serves Army captain

Capt. Aaron Thacker

Army National Guard Capt. Aaron Thacker said his University of Washington Bothell liberal studies degree in 1998 gave him critical thinking skills that have served him in an Army career in public affairs and military policing that included deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Internship impact: Aria Wilson

Aria Wilson

During the period she was interning at the Seattle office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, donations to CAIR went up 103 percent, says Aria Wilson (global studies, June ’17). It also was the period after the presidential election, and the phones were ringing with calls for help and support.

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First hackathon in series targets campus garden

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The first in a planned series of University of Washington Bothell community hackathons aims to make improvements at the garden sprouting on campus between the north parking garage and the sports fields. The Garden Innovation Challenge on April 21 is the work of the Hackathon Series Committee, a partnership of seven student clubs and organizations.

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