Vol. 4, Issue 1 October 2007
In This Issue
Choice Words - Oct. 25
Purple & Gold Day - Oct. 26
Upcoming Events
Wellness Program for Alumni
Trackin' the Dawgs
INSIGHT Debuts Online
Chancellor Kenyon Chan
UW Bothell's newsletter for alumni and friends is now available online.

The autumn edition features new Chancellor Kenyon Chan, distinguished teacher David Goldstein, and the latest news on your fellow alums.

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Greetings Huskies!

It's been an exciting fall already at UW Bothell.  Students are nearing midterms and our alumni family - now over 7,200 - continues to grow in both numbers and activity.

There are many new things to report on ... including a new Chancellor, a new online version of INSIGHT, and a new look for Alumni E-News. 

Of course we hope to see everyone at one of the many upcoming events. Read on for more!

Suggestions for Alumni E-News are always welcome. So drop me a line at awebster@uwb.edu.

I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Alex Webster, Alumni Relations Manager
Choice Words featuring David Goldstein - Oct. 25
Once More, With Feeling: Whole People and Partial Lessons

Choice Words - David GoldsteinUW Bothell's David Goldstein, the 2007 Distinguished Teaching Award recipient, inquisitively looks at the place of emotions in academics and his own introspective take on learning from mistakes. Join us for an engaging evening of conversation.
  • Oct. 25 - 6 p.m. refreshments; 6:30 p.m. program
  • North Creek Events Center, UW Bothell Campus
Presented by the UW Bothell Alumni Council and the UW Alumni Association.
Governor Proclaims Oct. 26 Purple & Gold Day
In celebration of the University of WashingtonHomecoming 2007, Governor Christine Gregoire has proclaimed Friday, Oct. 26th  Purple & Gold Day. Show your UW Pride by wearing purple and gold Friday.

Purple & Gold DayAlso showcase your Husky Spirit by attending the Homecoming Rally.

Discounted football game tickets are also available for UWAA members.
Save the Date - Upcoming Events

Writing For Their LivesMark your calendars for these great events.

Stay tuned for more details in future editions of Alumni E-News or click on the live links above for info on those specific events!
Wellness Program Offerings Available for Alumni
Wellness Programs Teaming with the UW Bothell Office of Student Life, we have extended to alumni the opportunity to participate in several wellness programs already available to students. 
While many of the Autumn Quarter activities are already underway, there are still several opportunities available including:
Look for information regarding Winter Quarter programs soon!

Note: UW NetID is required to register for these events.
Click here for UW NetID info.
Trackin' the Dawgs - Alumni Class Notes
UW Bothell AlumniTimothy Hoehn (CSS '07) was recently published in Dr. Dobb's Journal featuring his CSS 497 internship work. The article is about how he took an application designed to run on a single PC and created a framework that enabled it to distribute its processing over a network grid. An online version of the article is available here.

Timothy Ehling (BSN '05, MN '07) was recently confirmed as MN Representative to the UW Bothell Alumni Council.  Congrats Timothy!

Education alums Brenda Larson (MEd '04), Jeff Booth (MEd '01), Nikko Linn (Liberal Studies '99, T-Cert. '01, MEd '06) and Vicky North (T-Cert. '02) served on the Education Program's 15th Anniversary Steering Committee culminating in a fantastic event on Oct. 12th featuring a wonderful celebration and alumni reunion. Thanks to each of you!

Do you have news to share about a new job, professional or civic activities, a recent move, an exciting adventure or an addition to your family? Tell us about by e-mailing your update to alumni@uwb.edu. Please include your full name, class year and degree.

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