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Jackson School students win Husky 100 award

May 2, 2016

We are pleased to announce five students at the Jackson School of International Studies have been named to the University of Washington’s inaugural Husky 100 list for their leadership, scholarship and “making a difference on campus, in their communities and for the future.”

  • Mayowa Aina, B.A. ’17 is a double major in International Studies and Informatics with interest areas in community organizing, information technology, digital & visual communications and writing
  • Kevin Celustka B.A. ’17 is pursuing a major in International Studies with a focus on health care, international relations and public policy
  • Chelsea Cooper, B.A. ’16 is a double major in Comparative Religion and History who will be pursuing a degree in Security Studies at Georgetown Universty in fall 2016
  • Sarah Yu B.A. ’17 is a triple major in International Studies, Economics and Computer Science with a focus on engineering, finance, the non-profit sector and research
  • Lindsay Zike ’16 is pursuing a master’s degree in International Studies with a focus on the Middle East; she was also recently recognized for her help in establishing The Office of Student Veteran Life at the UW

The Husky 100, an annual award launched this year, recognizes 100 UW undergraduate and graduate students from Bothell, Seattle and Tacoma in all areas of study who are making the most of their time at the UW.

Explore the Husky 100 list here