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Husky 100 recipient Ana Radzi stands out because of the way she commits herself to learning and to the learning of others. As a Muslim, female and person of color, Radzi sees herself not just as a teacher but as someone who can make students believe that they can reach their dreams.
Layla Taylor, program manager for the Office of Community-Based Learning & Research, found that working remotely allowed her to more easily accommodate partners’ schedules and thus hold more meetings.
A passionate, outspoken Army veteran who wants above all else to serve his community, graduate student Phoenix Horn has been named one of the University of Washington Bothell’s Husky 100 this year.
Pavly Galil has a deep passion for supporting other marginalized students. Whether serving as a peer navigator for the Student Diversity Center or representing the campus on the Provost’s Advisory Committee for Students, he is driven by his desire to build inclusive and equitable communities.
How has work in Institutional Research changed since remote operations began at UW Bothell? Adrian Sinkler, director of Institutional Research, answers a few questions from Maria Lamarca Anderson, UW Bothell director of communications.
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