The 2019 calendar year was marked by a host of significant awards, meaningful events and celebrations by members of the University of Washington College of Education community. We revisit some of these milestones by highlighting the College's top 9 popular posts on Instagram (as of Dec. 13). 

No. 9: More than two dozen doctoral students share their research during the College's Fall 2019 Research & Inquiry Conference

No. 8: Doctoral student James “Lamar” Foster selected to serve on the University Council for Education Administration Graduate Student Council

No. 7: A spectacular autumn at UW

No. 6: Teaching for Black Lives event hosted by Banks Center for Educational Justice

No. 5: Office of Student Diversity & Inclusion's Class of 2019 graduation celebration

No. 4: Six College of Education students named to Husky 100


Congratulations to the six College of Education students named to this year's cohort of the #Husky100! Representing the College are: Ashley Cowan D’Ambrosio (Minor, Education, Learning and Society), Mariela Galvan (BA, Education, Communities and Organizations), Cece Hoffman (BA, Education, Communities and Organizations), Maria Fe Andrea “Eya” Manansala Lazaro (BA, Early Childhood and Family Studies), Stacie Tao (BA, Early Childhood and Family Studies) and Anthony Washington (MEd, Special Education). We're so proud of your work to make a difference in the lives of young people! Learn more about our Husky 100 students via the link in our profile! #Education #WAedu #beboundless @uofwa

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No. 3: Winter comes to The Quad


Snow day! Stay warm out there! #snowday #snow

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No. 2: College of Education 2019 Graduation


It's a gorgeous day for celebrating our Class of 2019! #UWgrad19 #classof2019 #education

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No.1: Dean Mia Tuan named 2019 Woman of Influence by Puget Sound Business Journal


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Dustin Wunderlich, Director of Marketing and Communications