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‘Amazing’ help for Marine mom’s nonprofit

David Finlayson, Laurie Finlayson, Richard Geasey

All the marketing advice and connections provided by a UW Bothell faculty member were “amazing,” says the founder of the Lion Heart Foundation, which encourages the military to detect heart problems like the one that took the life of her Marine son.

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Veteran alumnus on State Department fellowship

Ryan Dzakovic on the road

Thanks to a timely notice from UW Bothell, Ryan Dzakovic won a Veterans Innovation Partnership fellowship for a year-long position with the State Department’s Office of Global Partnerships in Washington, D.C. Dzakovic (master’s cultural studies ’15) is an Army reservist who served in Iraq and Uganda.

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Flags, reception mark Veterans Day

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With 1,000 American flags on the promenade and a Veterans Day reception at the North Creek Events Center, the University of Washington Bothell honored military veterans. Chancellor Wolf Yeigh also has announced a new veterans center in Founders Hall (UW1).

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Veterans respected at UW Bothell

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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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