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Students should not feel the coronavirus pandemic has ruined their college experience. They have power that is not dependent on the circumstances, says Business Lecturer Kristiina Hiukka.
How has work in Orientation & Transition Programs changed since remote operations began at UW Bothell? Jerry Chan, program support supervisor, answers a few questions from Director of Communications Maria Lamarca Anderson.
It took a pandemic to curb Shugla Kakar, the pre-med student body president who was always on the go with classes, meetings and activities. She finished college remotely but plans to giver her Commencement speech next year in person.
Mary Cowan (Health Studies ‘17) worked at the Yakima Health District in the food safety program – until the coronavirus pandemic hit. That’s when she really drew on her UW Bothell education.
With the Convocation ceremony going virtual this year, the entire UW Bothell community can log on and share in the tradition that launches the Class of 2024.
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