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Rosie Newman, who received her MA in Psychology in 2010, was elected president of theWashington State Association for Play Therapy. Newman is a child and family therapist.
Sharon N. Williams has been hired by CD Forum as the new managing director. CD Forum is the only local, nonprofit organization solely dedicated to presenting emerging Black arts, artists, and ideas in the Seattle area.
Interdisciplinary Arts major Sarah Hiraki, class of 2012, is featured in “LOLwork” on Bravo. The "documentary comedy” follows the lives of the creative team at ICanHasCheezburger.com where Hiraki is an art director. The show has its premiere on Nov. 7.
Honors Program graduate Alison Staudinger, class of 2005, has joined the UW - Green Bay faculty in Democracy and Justice Studies , an interdisciplinary program encompassing history, political science, sociology, law, and economics.
Alum Jerome Veith, philosophy and psychology dual major class in the class of 2005, returned to the College of Arts and Sciences to teach in the Philosophy Department. He received his doctorate in philosophy from Boston College where he taught undergraduate students.
David Orace Kelly, MFA in Arts Leadership, class of 2010, has been named the executive director of the Federal Way Symphony.
Mary Frances Dondelinger , visual arts major in the class of 1992, has published “MODERN ICONS: The Sacrifice of Endangered Species of the American Southwest.”
Led by Managing Director Line Sandsmark, MFA '12, ArtsWest Playhouse and Gallery received a major grant from the American Theatre Wing, one of only 10 theaters in the country to win this award.
Alum Talisa Rhea, Sport and Exercise Science major in the class of 2012, joins a professional women's basketball team in Europe.
Liberal Studies alum Sahnica Washington '99 was named principal of Roxhill Elementary School in Seattle. The announcement was made by Seattle Pulbic Schools Superintendent Jose Banda. More here.
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