She went through a “hundred million” different options along the way and it often felt unattainable, but Nataly Herrman, ’20 B.A. Psychology, kept pursuing college.
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As one of the first to serve in the newly-created U.S. Space Force, Kathryn Davidson, ’20 B.S. Math, is honoring her mother’s legacy by ensuring a future for herself.
In five years, Thnwa Ahmed, MCL ’20, lived in four countries, learned multiple languages, got two college degrees, and became a certified ethical hacker.
Because he stayed the course despite twists and turns, Clinton Sizemore, MCL ’20, has new tools in his toolbox, including his graduate degree in cybersecurity.
Every student's journey to a degree is unique, and the great leap they take into the world beyond. Read about four 2020 grads: from psychology to cybersecurity to space!
Jessy Wolff, '20, left the corporate world to start her own business and earn a college degree.
Ken Burkart, '20, applied the discipline and determination of rock-climbing to his academic career and his research into aquatic chemistry.
Christopher Sim's journey took him from Malaysia to UW Tacoma.
Four of Assistant Professor Sharon Laing's students were recognized this past spring at the University of Washington Undergraduate Research Symposium.