UW Bothell: Inspiring Innovation and Creativity

Health and hope

Nursing students in the course Population-based Health in Community Practice discovered unique ways to apply their learning this summer, including yoga and intentional listening.

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Nursing students at a community event
UW Bothell Campus in the Fall

UW Bothell traditions

Even as a young campus, UW Bothell has traditions that bring meaning and color to the campus community. New students gather on the sports field each fall to take a ceremonial picture. The student activities fair begins the academic year and the first quarter ends with the lighting of the W in December. Read about campus traditions.

Martin Arroyo

Q&A with
Martin Arroyo

Has work in Commuter Services at UW Bothell changed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic? Martin Arroyo, transportation director, answers a few questions from Maria Lamarca Anderson, director of communications.  Read the story.

Kristiana Jorgensen

The Husky 100:
Kristiana Jorgensen

In pursuit of higher education, graduate student Kristina Jorgensen transformed their life, their family’s life and the lives of those in their community — overcoming some extraordinary obstacles in the process. Read the story.

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What's new

COVID-19 vaccine
pop-up clinic

Tuesday, Sept. 28 from 12 to 4 p.m. in the Discovery Hall auditorium. Walk-ins welcome. Open to all.

Help for students

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

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Link: About the Carnegie Foundation Elective Community Engagement Classification at UW Bothell