UW Bothell: Inspiring Innovation and Creativity

A fish story

Working despite the pandemic, researchers led by UW Bothell Teaching Professor Jeff Jensen found how Arctic grayling are surviving in the North Cascades.

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Fish in hand, and a man climbing a ladder laid across a river.

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Applications are being accepted for First Year students (Autumn 2021 start) and Transfer Students (Winter 2021 start).


Portrait of Ahearn

Pop-up nonprofit

Bothell business owner and UW Bothell graduate George Ahearn co-founded the EastWest Food Rescue nonprofit with a simple strategy: “You tell us you’re hungry; we get you food.” The organization distributes 300,000 pounds of food each week.
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Portrait of Cinnamon

Hillyard connects student success programs

Cinnamon Hillyard, who had been serving as associate vice chancellor for undergraduate learning, took on an expanded role this summer as associate vice chancellor for student success. Read the story.

Portrait of Horton

Teaching true inclusivity would be special

Sharona Horton is already thinking of the first-grade class she’d like to see after she graduates next year and becomes a teacher. It would take in special needs students and English language learners in true inclusivity. Read the story.

Dan with box fan

Do-it-yourself air filter

With wildfire smoke making the air unhealthy, UW Bothell Professor of Environmental Chemistry Dan Jaffe tells Q13 how to MacGyver an effective filter at home using a 20-inch box fan and an MERV 13 furnace filter. Read the story.

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Back-to-School Checklist

Dean of Student Affairs Tim Wilson offers a back-to-school checklist to help students make the most of their Husky Experience this fall.

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Help for students

Students may apply for emergency funds through UW Bothell's CARE report form.

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