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Psychology major Jillian Holbrook is selected the Husky 100

Each year, the Husky 100 recognizes 100 undergraduate and graduate students from the UW Bothell, Seattle and Tacoma campuses in all areas of study who are making the most of their time at the University of Washington.

Psychology major, Jillian Holbrook, was selected as one of the winners for 2024. Jillian, who is from Spokane, is an Honors Scholar and is completing a double degree in psychology and neuroscience (expected '25).

In her own words: "Leveraging my ambition and interdisciplinary problem-solving, I am proud to enhance neuropsychiatric memory care, conduct clinical psychology research, increase neuroscience accessibility, advocate culturally competent diversity, equity, and inclusion, and serve as a student handler for Dubs II. These combined endeavors have developed my empathy, tenacity, and commitment to excellence as a future physician-researcher—where I aspire to effectuate long-term community impact by improving preventative health and treatment interventions."

Congratulations to Jillian and her fellow Husky 100 awardees!

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