UW Bothell: Inspiring Innovation and Creativity

Surprised by science

Health Studies student Ayomikun Akinrinade worked at a UW research facility studying sea urchins. His research has the potential to change the design of medical instruments.

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a collage of an urchin, student working and a surgery scenery
Miguel Macias

My Story:
Miguel Macias-Armenta

In honor of National Hispanic American Heritage Month, Miguel Macias-Armenta, director of the UW Bothell Student Diversity Center, shares his family’s journey to the U.S. and how it shaped his Mexican identity and informs his work today.
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Tay Verville

The Husky 100:
Tay Verville

Tay Verville is a 2021 graduate and Husky 100 recipient who has a talent for connecting with people, a passion for empowering others and a desire to make a impact on her community. “Any activist trying to make a difference in this world resonates in my heart,” says Verville. Read the story.

Nora Kenworthy

COVID-19 crowdfunding

When the pandemic struck, Dr. Nora Kenworthy of the School of Nursing & Health Studies decided to revisit her work on crowdfunding. She found that “a very large proportion of campaigns, even larger in the past, were really not raising any money at all.” Read the story at nonprofitquarterly.org.

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