Campus ghost stories

haunted Truly house

A friendly presence in the Truly house, a disappearing woman in a library elevator, the University of Washington Bothell may have a few spirits about this Halloween. The campus is known for being an inviting and diverse community where everyone is welcome, including those in spirit. 

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Cybersecurity burgeoning across disciplines

computer graphic

The Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity has found a home at the University of Washington Bothell that shares a commitment to approach questions from multiple perspectives. At its first Bothell event, CIAC presenters said cybersecurity has grown beyond a technical problem to encompass issues affecting law, finance, economics, ethics and society.

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IAS students' poster wins prize

Three School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences students working with faculty member Rob Turner won a $50 prize for their poster at a Washington State Lake Protection Association conference.

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Leading in online international learning

Class in video conference

Collaborative Online International Learning is a specialty at UW Bothell, using video conferencing and social media to share classes in different countries. Students can have a virtual overseas experience and decide if they want to study abroad in person by taking a COIL class.

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Connecting wetlands to the world

Tyson Kemper and Sarah Verlinde

A small herbarium has sprouted at the Sarah Simonds Green Conservatory. It provides a critical authoritative record of plants in the 58-acre UW Bothell wetland and is a resource for students and researchers worldwide.

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