Being an advocate for those 'who can't speak for themselves' motivates Detrek Jones, '16, in his quest to become a lawyer.
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Teaching herself to code, psychology major Georgena Frazier, '16, created a curriculum to teach women of color how to build robots.
Out the door most mornings by 6:30 a.m., bouncing back and forth between family, school, work and homework, Renne Inglett, '16, has finished her marketing degree with support from friends, family and classmates.
Spending hours and hours teaching herself Lotus 1-2-3 aboard a fishing vessel got Nadia Thompson, '16, on the path to her accounting degree.
After his first attempt at a college degree didn't go as planned, Dane Jessen, '16, is on a path to his dream job.
Having started a nonprofit with her husband, Mwanaidi Lokeno, '16, plans to get a graduate degree in nursing and then work to eliminate female genital mutilation.
Her desire to give back is motivating Rebecca Dobler-Chale, '16, toward her long-term goal of helping students chart their own futures.
The first in his family to graduate from college, Guillermo Sandoval hopes to be a role model for others in his family.
If she could send a message to her 10-year-younger self, Nadia Caldwell would tell that younger woman to get ready for the adventure of a degree in communication.
How public discourse affects laws and policies is what interests Brian McQuay, '16, as he prepares to start UW Tacoma's interdisciplinary master's program.