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Death & Dying

Students examine death in the course Death Rituals, taught by Associate Professor Kari Lerum, who hopes to instill a deeper comfort about an often-taboo topic.

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Applications are being accepted for Transfer Students (Winter 2021 start). Applications for First Year students will open on September 1.


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Alum’s career MAPS out

Jeff Ketchel says his Master of Art in Policy Studies in 2008 gave him skills he has used to head health districts and now serve as executive director of the Washington State Public Health Association. Read the story.

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Bothell Block Party & BrewFest rock on

Stream or download a playlist curated by Black and allied artists — many of whom have performed during Alumni Weekend — for a virtual Block Party on Aug. 22 that supports the Black Opportunity Fund. Read the story.

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An environmental activist of note

Bee Elliott, an Environmental Studies major, said she was sold on attending the University of Washington Bothell when she saw the wetlands on campus. “It was really attractive to me, not just another concrete paradise.” Read the story.

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Q&A: Diana Betancourt Macias

How has work in the Student Diversity Center changed since remote operations began at UW Bothell? Diana Betancourt Macias, undocumented focused program manager, answers a few questions from Maria Lamarca Anderson. Read the story.

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Financing Your Education

Wednesday, Aug. 19
12:30-1:15 p.m.

Learn the basics and get your questions answered by experts. This session is for first-year and transfer students and their family members. Register here.

Help for students

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

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