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Biotechnology is revolutionizing health care, and University of Washington Bothell researchers are advancing what we know. Five of them share their work at Campus Research Connections.
A food bank is serving more people more efficiently thanks to inventory and “flow” advice from two teams of University of Washington Bothell MBA students, the executive director says.
A series of events are planned through January and February where students can engage in activities and reflect on Martin Luther King Junior’s vision of equality for all through non-violent direct action to strengthen communities.
Justin Gill, an award-winning nurse who completed a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree at Yale in May, had a number of places where he could consider teaching. He chose the University of Washington Bothell.
An Everett girl who was born with a misshapen left hand now has a prosthetic she can use to lift a glass or hold her dog, thanks to UW Bothell mechanical engineering students.
First-year students in a Discovery Core class and older adults who are starting to experience memory loss shared their different transition experiences in a program at the Edmonds Center for the Arts.
Bradley Budrow (BSN ’14) was inspired by a study abroad trip to Togo led by Associate Professor Mabel Ezeonwu. Since then, Budrow has volunteered on four more international aid trips.
Telling the story of her own family, Zarefah Baroud (Media & Communications Studies ’19) created a documentary about the displacement of Palestinians, an event they refer to as the Nakba — Arabic for “catastrophe.”
The president and co-founder of the UW Blockchain Society student club, senior Zack Nelson, had no trouble instructing a group of seniors over the age of 50 at the extended learning course Blockchain and Bitcoin 101.
Robots, artificial intelligence and a rating system for every interaction are some of the issues from the award-winning science fiction TV series “Black Mirror” that make it an interesting topic for class discussions.