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Women dominating IMD program

For the second straight year, women lead in the number of the students admitted to the popular Interactive Media Design (IMD) major at University of Washington Bothell. Out of 32 admits for next fall, 20 are female and 12 are male. Interactive Media Design adviser Keiko Miyamoto said the first two cohorts in the two-year program that started in 2013 were dominated by male students.

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Students honored at first all-awards ceremony

All 1,800 of this spring’s University of Washington Bothell graduates can be proud of their accomplishments, and many have drawn special attention for their leadership, research and academic achievements. This year, for the first time, they were honored at the first combined celebration on Friday evening at Mobius Hall.
Photo: Ruth Medina, Husky 100, with IAS Dean Bruce Burgett

 

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Business school accreditation extended for UW Bothell; AACSB seal earned by fewer than 5 percent of business schools worldwide

University of Washington Bothell’s School of Business has maintained its accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Fewer than 5 percent of the business schools in the world are accredited by AACSB, the longest serving global accrediting body for business schools.

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Bothell Youth Court dispensing leadership

A funny thing happens in the Bothell Youth Court. The “ultimate jury of your peers” gains from the process as much as the teens who come in with traffic tickets. High school students who run the program are developing leadership skills. University of Washington Bothell students who mentor the high schoolers enhance their management skills and gain experience in restorative justice. Photo: Judge Michelle Gehlsen, left, with Camille Walsh

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

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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