The Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity mourns the loss of staff member Deanna Wullabbs. A counselor advisor with Educational Talent Search since 2002, Wullabbs, passed away on May 5, 2011, in Yakima, Wash., at the age of 40. She was a strong advocate of her children’s education and a supporter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. A 1989 graduate of Toppenish High School, Wullabbs earned her associate’s degree from Yakima Valley College, and her bachelor and master’s degrees in education from Heritage College. Wullabbs is survived by her husband Sati; three children Nadia, Ayden and Arrianna; her parents, sister, and niece.
Fall 2011 eNews
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- Since 1996, the enrollment of Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) students at UW-Seattle has increased by 86 percent.
- At the start of the fall 2010 quarter, 41 percent of EOP students were first-generation and 53 percent were Pell Grant recipients.
- On average, the first-year retention rate for EOP students at UW-Seattle outpaces 79 of the top 100 public national universities in the U.S.
- October 29: OMA&D’s The Weekend
- April 19, 2012: Samuel E. Kelly Distinguished Faculty Lecture
- May 10, 2012: EOP Celebration
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