Eleven University of Washington Tacoma students have been named to the Husky 100, an annual honor that aims to recognize 100 undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at the college’s Bothell, Seattle, and Tacoma campuses, and making a difference on campus and in their communities through passionate and committed leadership.
This year’s class of UW Tacoma Husky 100 members represents a range of majors and degrees:
- Six honorees are students in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
- Three honorees are students in the Milgard School of Business, Urban Studies, Social Work & Criminal Justice.
- Two honorees are students in the Institute of Technology.
Husky 100 honorees are celebrated by their peers, family, and community members at an event hosted by UW President Ana Mari Cauce and Provost Gerald Baldasty; privy to customized cross-campus support for advising, counseling, and other resources; and awarded free membership in the UW Alumni Association for one year upon graduation.
UW Tacoma students named to the Husky 100 this year include:
- Natalie Garces — B.A. Business Administration (Marketing)
- Kendy Trinh — B.A. Ethnic, Gender & Labor Studies
- Brit Barnhouse — B.A. Writing Studies
- Tina Hernandez — BASW, Social Welfare
- Jordan Brown-Woolston — M.A. Non-Profit Management
- Youcef Bennour — B.S. Computer Science & Systems
- Beck Adelante — B.A. Arts, Media & Culture
- Anneka Olson — M.A. Community Planning
- Natalie Lawrence — B.A. Psychology
- Angela Ramos Henderson — Master of Cybersecurity & Leadership
- Emily Clouse — B.A. Psychology
Nominations were accepted beginning last fall, the deadline expired in January, and this year’s honorees were announced in April.