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Study abroad paves way for Peace Corps job

Alex Winters at Peace Corps swearing-in

A UW Bothell study abroad trip to Togo in 2014 helped Alexandra Winters understand the challenges of international work. Many of the lessons — flexibility, intercultural communication and community advocacy — translated into Peace Corps service. 

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Melinda Bocci builds inclusive communities

Melinda Bocci

Melinda Bocci earned a Master of Arts in policy studies (MAPS) degree in 2006 and now is a program manager with Snohomish County Development Disabilities and serves on the Governor’s Committee on Disability Issues and Employment.

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Veteran alumnus on State Department fellowship

Ryan Dzakovic on the road

Thanks to a timely notice from UW Bothell, Ryan Dzakovic won a Veterans Innovation Partnership fellowship for a year-long position with the State Department’s Office of Global Partnerships in Washington, D.C. Dzakovic (master’s cultural studies ’15) is an Army reservist who served in Iraq and Uganda.

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Flags, reception mark Veterans Day

American flags

With 1,000 American flags on the promenade and a Veterans Day reception at the North Creek Events Center, the University of Washington Bothell honored military veterans. Chancellor Wolf Yeigh also has announced a new veterans center in Founders Hall (UW1).

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Tailgating BBQ, breakfast for homecoming game

Homecoming poster

University of Washington Bothell alumni, students and their families and friends are invited to tailgate together before the Husky football game against UCLA on Oct. 28 in parking lot E1 at Husky Stadium.

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