Study abroad programs expand
More than 100 UW Bothell students will be studying abroad over the next six months as part of the university's global initiatives program. Destinations include Rome, Sardinia, Spain and Mexico. Students who study abroad earn a full quarter of credit and are more likely to graduate.
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Biella scholarship lightens the load
Before transferring to UW Bothell, junior Liya Tsegaye was working three jobs. Now, thanks to a scholarship from the Biella Foundation, Tsegaye works as a pharmacy assistant with the goal of becoming a pharmacist. Originally from Ethiopia, Tsegaye moved to the U.S. when she was 15.
Meet Liya Tsegaye
Legacy Award winners support students
Chancellor Emeritus Kenyon Chan and Shirley Hune have received the 2016 Legacy Award, which recognizes those who support the university’s mission to provide students access to excellence. Chancellor Wolf Yeigh says the couple's generosity has made an "indelible impact on our region."
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