2016 Husky 100: a tri-campus award by the University of Washington given to the top 100 students at any of the Seattle, Tacoma, and Bothell campuses for excelling in the areas of leadership, service, and commitment to diversity both within the classroom setting and beyond.
2016 Northwest Journalists of Color Scholarship: Launched in 1986 by the Asian American Journalists Association - Seattle chapter, the Northwest Journalists of Color scholarship is dedicated to increasing diversity in media.
2016 The Seattle Times/Blethen Family Memorial Scholarship: The Seattle Times/Blethen Scholarship was established in 1990 with the goal to improve the educational opportunities of minority students and to increase the number of minority men and women in print journalism.
2017 National Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) - Stanford Chen Grant: The Stanford Chen Internship Fund Grant supports college students by easing the financial burdens that may keep them from expanding their journalism skills in an internship. Stanford Chen helped found the Portland AAJA chapter in 1985. He was a mentor to young journalists of color and remained a dedicated reporter until he died of cancer in 1999.
2017 The Seattle Times' Education Lab Student Voices columnist: The Education Lab Student Voices program invites about a dozen college and high-school students from around the state to share their experiences in Washington’s public school systems. Too often, education reporting relies on the views of school officials and legislators. This project was created to hear from those most affected by the changing tides in education: the students.
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