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Veterans respected at UW Bothell

group shot of veterans

Military veterans and their families were honored at a challenge coin and stole ceremony Tuesday in advance of the students’ graduation from the University of Washington Bothell. Chancellor Wolf Yeigh gave a coin to each veteran, in the military tradition of carrying custom minted coins, symbolic of unit spirit and pride. 

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An alumnus for Washington, for the world

Benjamin Wiselogle

Benjamin Wiselogle (global studies ’12), a former president of the UW Bothell Student Veterans Association, is now working as a State Department foreign affairs officer with the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons.

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UW Bothell announces Veterans Life Initiative, long-term commitment to military vets on campus

state Veterans Affairs director and UW chancellor

University of Washington Bothell Chancellor Wolf Yeigh has announced the Veterans Life Initiative, a long-term commitment to help military veterans succeed as students.

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University, state partner for veterans support

State Veterans Affairs director and UW chancellor

University of Washington Bothell Chancellor Wolf Yeigh and Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs Director Lourdes E. “Alfie” Alvarado-Ramos signed a memorandum of understanding Thursday to continue UW Bothell’s membership with Partners for Veteran Supportive Campuses.

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Vets exemplify UW Bothell values

Capt. Aaron Thacker

In his keynote speech to the University of Washington Bothell veterans reception, Army Capt. Aaron Thacker said his liberal studies degree in 1998 gave him critical thinking skills that have helped him in a career in public affairs and military police with deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan. 

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