Distinguished Alumni Veteran Award: Grethe Cammermeyer
At a November 11 reception on campus, the University of Washington and the UWAA honored Cammermeyer as the 2015 recipient of the annual Distinguished Alumni Veteran Award.
Author Langdon Cook, ’94, has foraged the geography of the Pacific Northwest for engaging books.
David Montgomery explores the microbial roots of agricultural and immunology in his newest book.
Kenneth Koe, 1925-2015
Kenneth Koe, co-inventor of the antidepressant Zoloft, died on Oct. 7 in Shrewsbury, Mass. He was 90.
Robert Mosher, 1920-2015
Mosher, who died July 26 at age 94, designed some of the iconic landmarks of California’s second largest city, including the San Diego-Coronado Bridge.
Don Brazier, 1931-2015
Donald Brazier served in the U.S. military, worked as an assistant U.S. attorney, spent five years on the Yakima City Council, and was a one-term state legislator.
The local community mourns the loss of cycling icon Jerry Baker.
Remebering Lou Coaston, one of the UW’s first black students to receive an athletic scholarship.
Give Me Five
Robin Stephenson, in her second year as women’s tennis coach, looks to turn UW into a powerhouse.
The Costco Lady
If you’re a Costco fan, chances are you were familiar with Pat Volchok.
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