Husky 100

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December 24, 2019

Criteria Clarified: Tips from the Husky 100 team

Husky 100 medals laid on a table for the 2019 Husky 100 celebration event

Applications for the 2020 Husky 100 are due by 11:59 p.m. on January 15th! To help you as you work on your application, we’re sharing insights from the Husky 100 team on each of the Husky 100 criteria, along with words of wisdom from past Husky 100 recipients. Read the whole thing, or jump to…


December 31, 2018

Criteria Clarified: Ready for What is Next

Contributed by Sean Ferris (Office of Student Life, UW Seattle) Being ready for what’s next does not mean you have a signed contract for your first job, your admission to graduate school, or your grant approval for your post-doctoral research. In the context of Husky 100, being ready for what is next means you know…


Criteria Clarified: Capacity for Leadership

Contributed by Sean Ferris (Office of Student Life, UW Seattle) The capacity for leadership means more than you might think of when you consider leadership and who comes to mind as “leaders.” In the context of Husky 100, we are looking for people who can influence, motivate, organize, and bring people together. People who are…


Criteria Clarified: Commitment to Inclusive Community

Contributed by Keya Burks (Orientation and Transition Programs, UW Bothell) Commitment to inclusive community begins with an understanding of the power of community. Those who value community understand that every member has a unique, powerful contribution, regardless of differences in background, beliefs, ability, appearance, etc. In our diverse society, those with a commitment to inclusive…


Criteria Clarified: Discovery Mindset

Contributed by Paul Prociv (Student Services and Administration, UW Tacoma) A discovery mindset is marked by approaching challenges, studies, work, and the communities with which you intersect with curiosity and open-mindedness. It’s about being solutions-oriented, including when confronted with ambiguity, and occurs inside the classroom as well as beyond its walls. It’s about seeking and…


Criteria Clarified: Connecting the Dots

Contributed by Jade Chan (Graduate Student, Husky 100 Intern, UW Seattle) Connecting the dots speaks to the ability to see the big picture; to understand how the knowledge and skills you acquire in the classroom can be applied in “real life” (in the community, at work, etc.) to make a real difference. And vice versa:…


January 14, 2017

Husky 100 Application – Daniel Yusupov’s Advice

Daniel Yusupov

Daniel Yusupov is a member of the 2016 Husky 100. Here he guides applicants through the application process with his tips and insight. Personal Statement In the personal statement, applicants are asked to write about two experiences (one inside and one outside the classroom) and how they helped developed at least one of the Husky…


December 19, 2016

Husky 100 Application Workshop Webinar

Are you ready to apply for the Husky 100? With the application deadline approaching (January 28, 2017), we wanted to provide some support to students looking to submit the best possible application to highlight their Husky experience. That’s why we have created an online application workshop video, and it’s a great way to start preparing your application!…


November 10, 2016

Husky 100 Application – Top Tips

As you begin your Husky 100 applications, we thought it would be helpful to give you some top tips from staff and students so that you can articulate your Husky experience in the best possible way. We want you to be successful in your application process, so take a look at the tips below! From Husky…