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University of Washington Bothell names Monroe Schools Superintendent Fredrika Smith the 2016 Distinguished Alumna of the Year

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University of Washington Bothell has named Monroe Schools Superintendent Fredrika Smith the 2016 Distinguished Alumna of the Year. Smith, who goes by “Deka,” earned her bachelor’s degree in the liberal studies program in 1994 and reconnected with the University as a lecturer six years ago in the Leadership Development for Educators master’s program.

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Two military veterans, social justice organizer graduating from University of Washington Bothell with highest awards

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Two military veterans and a social justice organizer are graduating from the University of Washington Bothell with the highest honors in the class of 2016. Army veteran Justin Thompson received the President’s Medal, which recognizes a distinguished academic record.

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University of Washington Bothell celebrates its 25th graduating class with biggest commencement

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The University of Washington Bothell celebrates its 25th graduating class with the biggest commencement exercise in the University’s history. About 1,300 of the 1,800 spring grads are participating in the ceremony June 12 at UW Seattle’s Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion.

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UW Bothell honors former Chancellor Kenyon Chan and Shirley Hune with Legacy Award

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BOTHELL, Washington – The University of Washington Bothell presented its 2016 Legacy Award to Chancellor Emeritus Kenyon Chan, Ph.D., and Shirley Hune, Ph.D., for their vision and support of the University’s mission to provide students access to excellence.

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UW Bothell lecturer Keya Sen awarded Fulbright grant for public health research in India, China, Bangladesh

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University of Washington Bothell lecturer Keya Sen has received a Fulbright Global Scholar Award to conduct public health research in India, China and Bangladesh. Her project is based on research she began in 2014 at UW Bothell on the pathogen campylobacter carried by crows that roost in the campus wetlands. The bacteria can cause illness. A microbiologist, Sen explores the crow's role at the genetic level.

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