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Peers facilitate tough math, science courses

Katie Pham with Chris Lock

The first math or science courses students encounter, the ones they need to enter their major, are sometimes called “gatekeeper” courses. By using peer facilitators the University of Washington Bothell is having success turning them into “gateway” courses.

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UW Bothell Horror Class Thrills Students

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A horror class at the University of Washington Bothell is causing excitement around the school. Gavin Doyle’s course, Dead Things & The Art of Fear in the Written and Spoken Word, has become a popular Discovery Core class for first-year students.

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Founding faculty member Cherry Banks retiring

Professor Cherry Banks

A University of Washington Bothell founding faculty member in the School of Educational Studies, Cherry A. McGee Banks, is retiring at the end of the school year. Banks known internationally for expertise in multicultural education.

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Professors share expertise with community

McMenamins Anderson School

UW Bothell this year launched two off-campus speaker series in which professors share their expertise with the community in free, public presentations: Pub Night Talks and Campus Research Connections.

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Biggest single-day employer event on campus

Tech-Engineering Fair

More than 1,000 students contacted potential employers Oct. 17 during two career fairs — the Tech & Engineering Fair and the All-Industries Career Fair —  at the University of Washington Bothell, making it the biggest single-day employer event the University has ever hosted. 

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