Alumni

May 24, 2017

Making an impact

Eddie Pasatiempo received this year's Distinguished Service Award.


May 10, 2017

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A life of Joy

Joy Plein received this year's UW-UWRA Distinguished Retiree
Excellence in Community Service Award.


May 6, 2017

BOB FERGUSON, UWHRC, UW, ANA MARI CAUCE, TRUMP, TRAVEL BAN, ANA MARIE CAUCE

Bob Ferguson, Washington’s top lawyer, talks travel bans and Trump

Attorney General Bob Ferguson, '89, returned to campus to discuss Trump and his travel ban(s).


May 1, 2017

A half-century after graduating, Golden Grad still active at the UW

It's almost like Gary Ausman, ’63, ’74, has never left campus. Because he hasn't.


March 24, 2017

Super citizens Bruce and Joannne Harrell honored with Charles Odegaard Award

Bruce and Joannne Harrell honored with Charles Odegaard Award.


February 28, 2017

Jill bourne

iSchool alum Jill Bourne named 2017 Librarian of the Year

Jill Bourne, an iSchool alum, was named 2017 Librarian of the Year.


Young alum takes on role of parent after mother passes away

On the cliffs of Icicle Canyon in Leavenworth, Zulfiya “Zulya” Dokukina’s life reached a tragic end. In a freak accident on May 14, 2016, the veteran climber and native of Uzbekistan fell 80 feet and emergency responders couldn’t revive her. Her death at age 50 hit the climbing community hard and her daughters, Jenya and...


iNTERREUPTING PRIVILEGE

Alumni join students for 10-week workshop about race relations

Students and alumni come together for 10-week workshop about race relations.


Hoisting higher education in Haiti

Jean-Elie Gilles, ‘98, ‘02, built a new university in Haiti.


Emily Cabaniss

iSchool grad is one of the only opera company librarians in the U.S.

Emily Bolton Cabaniss, ’14, is the librarian for the Seattle Opera, one of only three opera companies in the entire U.S. to have their own librarian.