Beck Adelante, '18 Arts, Media & Culture, learned to be brave at UW Tacoma, and translated that onto the stage and into a Husky 100 award.
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Eric Ballentine, '18 Urban Studies, is "just a guy doing what he loves to do," which includes helping veterans navigate through college.
Natalie Garces, '18 Marketing, placed second in a social-responsibility case competition, which led to a Microsoft gig, a slot in the Husky 100 and an upcoming master's degree.
Brit Barnhouse, '18 Writing Studies, immersed herself fully into an ocean of words, becoming editor of Tahoma West and mentoring writers at the TLC.
Fadumo Abdirahman, '18 Communication, put her passion for human-centered design and diversifying STEM fields into practice as a member of the research team for Project EMAR.
"If money wasn’t an issue, what would you do?”
“If you work hard and show value, good things will happen.”
Amy Boucher, '18 Sustainable Urban Develoment, was told by a Muckleshoot tribal elder that she would be a "healer of the land." Eight years later, her calling is stronger than ever.
Melanie Randall, a 2017 alumna of the Institute of Technology's Information Technology program, has been named one of five national 2018 Foreign Affairs IT Fellows.
After Eric Barone completed his degree in computer science and systems in 2011, he spent four years working seven days per week, 10-12 hours per day, developing Stardew Valley, one of the most successful indie games ever.