By Assunta Ng Northwest Asian Weekly It takes 154 years for the University of Washington to select a woman president. Ana Mari Cauce is the first woman, the first Latina, and the openly gay president of the University. The UW Regents announced Cauce as the 33rd president of the University on Oct. 13th. Cauce is […]
Kenyon Chan named as UW Tacoma interim chancellor
The University of Washington announced that Kenyon S. Chan, who retired from his chancellor position at UW Bothell last year, will become interim chancellor at the University of Washington Tacoma on March 16. He replaces Debra Friedman, who died Jan. 26 from lung cancer. The process of picking a new permanent chancellor has not yet […]
Bjong Wolf Yeigh selected as chancellor of University of Washington Bothell
University of Washington President Michael K. Young and Provost Ana Mari Cauce announced on
Kenyon S. Chan to step down as UW Bothell chancellor
By Charles Lam The Northwest Asian Weekly Chancellor Chan announced that he will complete his tenure as the University of Washington Bothell’s second
BLOG: Could a UW branch stack up to its main campus?
By Assunta Ng A few years ago, I received a troublesome e-mail. A young Asian female was rejected by the University of Washington’s main campus. So she sought admission at the UW Bothell campus instead. Her family was furious for fear of losing face in front of friends and relatives. They used harmful words to scold their […]
Blog: The presidents’ league
The Women of Color Empowered luncheon honored 11 female educators on Sept. 24 at the China Harbor Restaurant. Despite the fact that the event honored women
Blog: Two presidents, two leadership styles
“Can you appoint Asian Americans in your top administration since Asian students are the largest minority on campus?”
UW Bothell campus Chancellor Dr. Kenyon Chan was the keynote speaker of Puget Sound Connections with director of the Urban Center Enterprise of the Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce Skip Rowland and President of Antioch University Dr. Cassandra Manuelito-Kerkvliet on Sept. 24 at the Seattle Art Museum.