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New art, furniture and equipment make the Student Diversity Center in Founders Hall an even more inviting cross-cultural space for students to hold meetings, learn about resources or make friends with others like themselves.
Using skills from a Master of Arts in Cultural Studies from UW Bothell, Priya Frank’s work at the Seattle Art Museum led to her recognition as one of Puget Sound Business Journal’s 40 Under 40.
Samantha Capoeman, a Quinault Indian Nation tribal nurse who completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing this summer at UW Bothell, participated in the annual Tribal Canoe Journey that celebrates Coast Salish traditions.
Alyssa King led the Black Student Union, raised awareness of issues with the Campus Events Board and studied abroad to earn recognition as one of the Husky 100.
University of Washington Bothell students are encouraged to discuss pressing issues, under the guidance of social justice organizers who are trained to maintain a respectful environment.
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