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Shovel-ready students learn by working

Watershed interns and mentors

The University of Washington Bothell is hosting a cohort of local teens in the Lake Washington Watershed Internship Program who are learning about the environment while getting muddy removing blackberry vines from Bothell’s North Creek Forest.

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UW Bothell ranked among top graduate schools

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The University of Washington Bothell has been ranked among the nation’s top graduate schools for 2017 by graduateprograms.com. The education research publisher lists UW Bothell fifth in computer science, 10th in accounting and 13th in business master’s degrees.

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Career services expanded to 2 years for alumni

Kim Wilson, Jesse Kent

Alumni now may receive one-on-one career counseling from University of Washington Bothell Career Services for up to two years after graduation. This valuable service has been expanded from three months to better serve graduates in a changing work world.

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‘Islamophobia a tool of public manipulation’

Dalia Mogahed

A leading voice of American Muslims, Dalia Mogahed, told more than 450 students, faculty, and community members at the University of Washington Bothell that Islamophobia – anti-Muslim bigotry based on irrational fear of Islam – is a threat to all because it is used as a tool of public manipulation.

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Policy student expert on seed diversity

Caitlin Moore

University of Washington Bothell master’s of public policy student Caitlin Moore presents “Seeding the Future,” a talk on the importance of organic and diverse seeds, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, at the 21 Acres farm learning center in Woodinville.

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