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Students engage with Latino community

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Three University of Washington Bothell courses with a total of 50 students are engaged in community-based learning and research projects this summer with the Latino Educational Training Institute, a Lynnwood nonprofit that serves the Latino community in south Snohomish County. 

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Bridging the nursing gap for better outcomes

Samantha Girard

Samantha Girard, a nurse educator for Kaiser Permanente in Washington, said her Master of Nursing degree from the University of Washington Bothell in 2010 put her in a position to have an impact on the profession at a time nurses are being pushed hard to advance their education.

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Early, Loreto receive chancellor’s mentor awards

Milagros Lareto and Jody Early

Milagros Loreto, an assistant professor in the School of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics, and  Jody Early, an associate professor in the School of Nursing & Health Studies, received 2018 Chancellor’s Undergraduate Research & Creative Practice Mentor Awards.

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Can movies teach public health lessons?

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Movies such as “Contagion” and “Outbreak” can be useful in public health classes for discussions about science, global politics and social impacts. Research led by Associate Professor Chris Wade found health-related movies influence students’ career decisions.

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Putting lifesaving info on refrigerator doors

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University of Washington Bothell RN to BSN students are helping some Everett Housing Authority residents fill out “File of Life” forms. The forms listing emergency medical information go on a handy place -- refrigerator doors.

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