Barbara Clinton: Opportunity maker

By Will Mari The whir of the cappuccino maker in the coffee shop can’t drown out Barbara Clinton’s zeal for higher education. The director of the Honors Scholars program at Highline Community College has a favorite quote by William Butler…

Society of Professional Journalists’ Pacific Northwest Excellence in Journalism competition

Two current students nabbed top prizes at the 2007 Society of Professional Journalists’ Pacific Northwest Excellence in Journalism competition. Manuel Valdes nabbed a first place (for Minorities reporting category) and a second (for Personalities category). Under the 25,000 or less…

May 17, 2007 Monroe was awarded a Distinguished Alumnus Award from the College of Arts & Sciences, one of four recipients of the prestigious honor. Don Pember introduces Bryan Monroe A&S Interim Dean Ron Irving and Monroe Monroe addressing Celebration…

Communicating about heart healthy lifestyle changes: Challenges and strategies among couples coping with a cardiac event

Dr. Daena Goldsmith Associate Professor of Communication Lewis and Clark College, Portland, OR Tuesday, May 8, 2007 Lecture: 3:30 p.m. Reception: 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. Communications 126 RSVP to vsprang@u.washington.edu “Communicating about heart healthy lifestyle changes: Challenges and strategies among couples coping…

Association for Women in Communications Scholarship

Communication undergraduates Whitney Tyner and Marissa Wilkie are the 2007 recipients of the prestigious Association for Women in Communications scholarship awarded by the AWC Seattle Professional chapter. Scholarships recipients are honored at a June dinner being held at the Seattle…

Kim Freeman: BA, 2004: Communication skills put to work helping AIDS orphans in Ethiopia

By ANNALISA GIUST UW News Lab After graduating in journalism from the UW in 2004, Kim, now 24, moved back to her home state of Colorado. Here she began a master’s program at the University of Denver in 2005 in…

By Michelle Zimmer Ken Mochizuki (’76) remembers the moment as if it were yesterday. In his elementary school classroom on Seattle’s Beacon Hill, the teacher has the class spellbound with Charlotte’s Web. Then the bell rang and the children were…

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