We are pleased to announce that Emily Flanagan has been selected as one of this year's Husky 100.
Emily is currently an undergraduate student majoring in both Statistics and Mathematics (comprehensive). She will be graduating by the end of Spring quarter 2020.
In the Husky 100 webpage, Emily wrote the following about herself:
"My mentors at UW have fostered my passion for using statistics as a tool to empower others, regardless of identity or background. My experiences as mentee in the WAMM program, a tutor in the stat study center, and as president of the Statistics and Probability Association inspired me to help found the Statistics Directed Reading program. After graduation, I am excited to continue teaching and learning from those around me as I pursue a Ph.D."
The purpose of the Husky 100 program is to recognize the outstanding work and achievements of students on all three University of Washington campuses who are taking full advantage of their time here. The Husky 100 include undergraduates and graduate students who have founded start-ups, conducted research and advocated for social justice. They work on campus and in our communities. The one thing they share is that they are all making the most of their time as Huskies. Through their coursework, research, volunteer and leadership efforts, internships and jobs, they have created their own Husky Experience. Like all other UW students, the Husky 100 are discovering their passions in life and work as they prepare for rewarding careers in industry, community and life.