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University of Washington Bothell business students helped Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County win a three-year, $288,000 grant the agency needed to open another office to support victims of domestic abuse.
Data science students from UW Bothell helped the Real Change newspaper make sense of a reader survey to improve how homeless or low-income people can earn their own money.
To meet growing interest, UW Bothell Career Services held job fairs on two days, instead of one. The Tech & Engineering Fair and the All-Industries Career Fair brought together about 70 employers and 800 job seekers.
Crow Watch 2018 drew hundreds of people to campus to admire art, browse research posters and hear presentations but mostly to see thousands of crows descend on their way to roost in the wetlands.
An internship with T-Mobile while Tanya Kumar was a University of Washington Bothell student launched her cybersecurity career as an information security analyst with the company in Washington, D.C.
The threat to the election system is real, Rep. Suzan DelBene told attendees at a cybersecurity event Thursday, Oct. 11, at the University of Washington Bothell.
Three University of Washington Bothell faculty members, Michael Ervick, Mark Chen and Annie Bruck, will lead their students on multiple community-based learning and research projects this academic year with the city of Bellevue.
Just as winds meet in the Puget Sound Convergence Zone, visiting writers mix with MFA students at UW Bothell’s Fall Convergence. The Sept. 29 symposium features readings around the theme of “alternating facts.”
A partnership between the University of Washington Bothell School of Business and the Muckleshoot Tribal College graduated its first operations management certificate class on Aug. 25.
New artworks on the walls of Ronald Commons are especially meaningful to residents of the 60-unit housing development, many of whom were once homeless. They created the art themselves with University of Washington Bothell students.