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Three Jackson School students named to Husky 100 list

May 24, 2021

Jackson School students named to Husky 100
Jackson School Husky 100 honorees (L to R): Clara Coyote, Francis Abugbilla and Rihannon Rasaretnam

We are pleased to announce that two undergraduate students and a doctoral candidate at the Jackson School have been named to the University of Washington’s Husky 100 list for their research and coursework, volunteer and leadership pursuits, and making a difference on campus and in their communities.

Learn more about each of the Jackson School students selected to the 2021 Husky 100 list:

Clara Coyote (B.A. International Studies; B.A. Germanics 2021)
Rihannon Rasaretnam (B.A. International Studies 2021)
Francis Abugbilla (Ph.D. Candidate in International Studies; Graduate Certificate in International Development Policy and Management)

Another Husky 100 recipient, Evalynn Fae Romanoa graduate student studying Global Health, General Track, and Clinical Social Work, held Foreign Language and Area Studies fellowships through the UW Southeast Asia Center during the academic years 2018-19 in Khmer, 2019-20 in Khmer, and 2020-21 in Tagalog languages.