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2018 Editorial Board


Sean Arrasmith will graduate in June 2018 with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Health Studies. Following graduation, he plans to work toward graduate school to pursue a Master’s in Epidemiology and Biostatistics. In the meantime after graduating, Sean will look for experience to reinforce his skills for later careers and for graduate school as well. Sean’s interests in writing, statistics, and disease research and study presented him an opportunity to be a part of the CROW Journal Editorial Board.

Brandee Badgett is a third year undergraduate pursuing a bachelors of arts in Health Studies and a minor in Chemistry. Her experience has included being part of the Veterans Life Initiative Task Force, The Chancellor’s Advisory Committee for Students, volunteering and working full time in retail. Upon graduation, She plans to attend a medical school to study to become a general surgeon. Her interests include medicine, helping others, and film. She is thrilled to be apart of the CROW and is looking forward to helping others publish their own work.

Stephen Ball will graduate in Fall of 2019 with a B.S in Health Studies. He is currently working towards becoming a Physician’s Assistant with a specialty in orthopedics. He is currently trying to gain experience in the medical field by working as an EMT, and by establishing connections through shadowing PA’s and physicians.  His interests include playing sports, composing music, playing piano, and studying new research related to mental disease and illness. His interest in research led him to become an editor of the CROW, where he hopes to continue learning and growing as both a student and member of the community.

Daniel Bilyard will graduate in June 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in Health Studies. Upon graduation, he plans to attend Graduate School to study to become a Physician Assistant. His experiences as a Medic in the United States Army and as a Medical Assistant in Pediatrics has pushed him to provide high quality health care to individuals and families in need. Daniel is thrilled to provide his insight in the writing and research he has conducted, and gain insight from peers through their hard work and dedication through the research submitted to the CROW.

Grace Boulanger is a junior undergraduate student pursuing a Bachelor’s of Arts in Culture, Literature, and the Arts. She currently works at the UWB Writing and Communication Center as a peer consultant for student writing, as well as managing WaCC projects. She hopes to use her education to study history, folklore, and classical literature. Upon her graduation in 2019, she hopes to further expand her education into linguistics by using her BA as a reference point. Her interests include reading historical fiction, gardening, and hiking. She is excited to learn about the publication process and hopes to lend a critical eye to the CROW editorial team.

Kimberley Cross will be graduating in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts in Health Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in Community Psychology. She currently works in the Writing and Communication Center as a peer consultant and has research experience with trauma informed practice. Upon graduation she plans to attend graduate school and pursue a dual master's degree in Social Work and Public Health. Kimberley's career goal is to become a clinical social worker. She is enthusiastic about research and loves writing, which is why she chose to be on The CROW editorial board.

Heidi Stedman will graduate in June 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in Health Studies and Minor in Business Administration. After graduation, Heidi hopes to use her education in health and business to pursue a career in healthcare administration. Outside of class, Heidi works at a chiropractic clinic in Mill Creek as a receptionist and medical biller. Heidi is excited to help fellow students in the publication process and learn about student research being done on campus while improving her own writing and editing skills.

Kathleen Sundet will graduate in June 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in Law Economics & Public Policy. After graduation, Kathleen hopes to use her degree to pursue a career in public service, law, or administration. Her interests include history, outdoor activities and reading fantasy novels. She currently works as a Lead Peer Consultant in the Writing and Communication Center and hopes to use her training to provide thoughtful and constructive feedback while learning more about the publishing process.

Neele Thom will graduate in Spring of 2019 with a B.S. in Biology. Outside of classes she works as a peer consultant at UWB’s Writing and Communication Center, and is an undergraduate researcher in the Hematology Department at the University of Washington Medical Center. Upon graduation, she plans on continuing her research and pursuing her PhD in molecular and cellular biology. Her interests in both research and in writing have led her to publish in the CROW in 2017, and now to joining its editorial board. She hopes to contribute her perspective at the intersection of academic research and writing to the journal.


Andrea Stone, PhD.

Erik Echols

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