UW Bothell: Inspiring Innovation and Creativity

The present pandemic

The Discovery Core course “Virtual Epidemics” prepares students for university-level learning and provides context for the state of the world during year two of the pandemic.

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Brinda Sarathy

IAS Dean cares for our community

Dr. Brinda Sarathy, the new dean of the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, is passionate about advocating for justice, encouraging students and highlighting accomplishments of the faculty. Read the story.

Kenneth Hines

Kenneth Hines: special agent, educator, CEO

Alumnus Kenneth Hines has held many distinguished positions throughout his career in accounting. Currently, he is an executive-in-residence at UW Bothell’s School of Business and the CEO of accounting firm Integritas³. Read the story.

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Back in community: Autumn 2021

The Pack is Back! After 18 months of remote learning, UW Bothell faculty and staff welcomed students back to campus with time-honored traditions we missed in 2020 and an event that commemorated the year that was. Here is a glimpse into the exciting first days of autumn quarter. See the photo gallery.

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The Pack is Back

A six-week celebration awaits students as UW Bothell returns to in-person instruction this autumn quarter. Read the story.

Help for students

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

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