July 2016

Engineering in a summer backpack

Backpack with electronics

Robotics workshops are being held this summer at the Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center and Seattle Public Libraries using the Backpacks for Science Learning project in which University of Washington Bothell is the lead.

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Latest concepts taught in green chemistry

Grace Lasker

Grace Lasker, senior lecturer in the School of Nursing & Health Studies, is an online course developer who created the Green Chemistry and Chemical Stewardship program offered through the University of Washington’s Professional & Continuing Education.

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Orientation sets students up for success

Robin Cuevas

Summer may seem quiet on the University of Washington Bothell campus, but it’s busy for incoming students and the office of Orientation and Transition Programs. In the June-September period there are 23 orientation events: 14 for transfer students, six for first year students and three for parents.

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Wetlands maintained as campus laboratory

beaver dam

The wetlands that make up about half of the University of Washington Bothell campus are a rich research opportunity, a community resource and the front line in the campaign against non-native plants and dam-building beavers.

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Summer volunteer in South Africa law

Avi Socha

Before he begins his final year as a law, economics and public policy major, Avi Socha is picking up perspective in Cape Town, South Africa, at a nonprofit legal firm called Projects Abroad Human Rights.

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