UW Bothell: Inspiring Innovation and Creativity

Restoring the ‘little red fish’

UW Bothell faculty Jeff Jensen and Rob Turner and their students are working on a project to return once-plentiful kokanee salmon to Lyon Creek in Lake Forest Park.

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Restoring kokanee salmon
Inspiring Innovation and Creativity
Pit latrines

The sweet smell of sanitation

Chemistry researcher Lori Robins and her research group have a grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop a disinfectant to reduce the foul odor of latrines. Making pit toilets less offensive could improve sanitation in developing regions of the world. Read the story.

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Blockchain club grows in popularity

Students interested in blockchain technology are finding like-minded friends, interesting jobs and a fast-growing club at UW Bothell. In this story, we profile Deryck Gebe, who has spent his summer working for a cryptocurrency startup based in Vancouver, B.C. Read about cryptocurrency.

Arlyce Coumar

Nursing alum charts global path

Moved by the worldwide need for oncology nursing education, Seattle cancer nurse Arlyce Coumar (NHS ’18) chose the UW Bothell Master of Nursing degree to achieve her goal of a career focused on global health and teaching. Read more.

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Faculty who know your name. Small campus environment and access to all the resources of the University of Washington. Find out why our students love UW Bothell. Watch the Video

UW Bothell is the most ethnically diverse campus in the state of Washington. Diversity is a core value at UW Bothell; it’s one of the seven priorities outlined in the 21st Century Campus Initiative. UW Bothell values and honors diverse experiences and perspectives, strives to create welcoming and respectful learning environments, and promotes access, opportunity, and justice for all. Learn More

UW Bothell students come from all walks of life; they bring rich life experience and accomplish great things during their academic careers. Read more about the accomplishments of undergraduate and graduate students at UW Bothell. See More

Did you know UW Bothell plants more than 3,000 trees per year? The campus is home to one of the largest restored wetland sites in the nation. UW Bothell practices sustainability on its campus and prepare today’s students to address the environmental challenges ahead. Learn More

UW Bothell holds the student-faculty relationship to be paramount. We provide access to excellence in higher education through innovative and creative curricula, interdisciplinary teaching and research, and a dynamic community of multicultural learning.