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The intern who created a new job

Sage Miller

Sage Miller used his time in an internship course to create a project he’ll direct over the next two years with an annual budget of $125,000. Majoring in community psychology with a minor in public policy (’17), Miller says he’s well-suited to create the YMCA website compiling 150 nonprofit social service providers in north Seattle. 

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Senior hits 3 of 4 alt spring break activities

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University of Washington Bothell senior Feruza Ghias remained active over spring break by engaging in three out of four of the University’s alternative spring break community activities.

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Education bachelor’s not just for teachers

Zakira Ali

Becoming a school teacher is a great outcome for graduates with the new bachelor’s degree in educational studies. The interdisciplinary degree also is an appealing option for students who might use it in the business world or with nonprofits.

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Award is tribute to memory of Leslie Ashbaugh

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The University of Washington Bothell Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies program is seeking nominations for its first annual award in memory of Leslie Ashbaugh.  Ashbaugh was assistant vice chancellor for academic achievement and senior lecturer in the UW Bothell First Year Pre-Major Program in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences.

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The power of chief state school officers

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Under the Every Student Succeeds Act, chief state school officers have new responsibilites, but their formal powers are limited. The Center on Reinventing Public Education finds they can make a difference. CRPE is a research and policy analysis center at the University of Washington Bothell developing systemwide solutions for K–12 public education.

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