Daman Wandke, ‘05 Scholar, inducted into the Susan Daniels Disability Mentoring Hall of Fame in 2019.
Jesse A., ‘95 Scholar, spoke at the third annual Game Accessibility Conference (GAConf) as part of a panel on video games and virtual reality accessibility for Blind and low vision users.
Olivia W., ‘13 Scholar, got a job as a teaching assistant at Summit Atlas High School. She will be working in a small special education classroom helping middle school and high school aged students engage in the classroom and with assignments.
Angela M., ‘11 Scholar, got accepted to a PhD program in clinical psychology and will be starting at Seattle Pacific University in fall of 2019.
Hannah W., ‘13 Scholar, won the Dean’s Medal from the University of Washington’s College of Arts & Sciences in the Natural Sciences category for her academic excellence, leadership, and service.
Torin P., ‘18 Scholar, won first place in their age category at the Rising Voices Oratory competition.
Paige D., ‘11 Scholar, moved across the country from Washington to Virginia and purchased a house.
Stuart O., ‘99 Scholar, spoke about his life experiences on an NPR radio program called “Sound Effect #156: Augmented Reality.” The segment was produced by Gabriel Spitzer and aired on KNKX radio April 2019.
Teresa B., ‘16 Scholar , was featured in The Seattle Times for her work on Seattle University’s dance team as well as her professional and academic success.
Jae K., ‘11 Scholar, won the Disability Rights Washington Breaking Barriers Award, which honors an advocate with a disability for breaking barriers to advance the rights of and improve the lives of people with disabilities in Washington State.
Anna O., ‘17 Scholar, was chosen for and completed an internship with the Center for Neurotechnology at the University of Washington during the summer of 2019.