Stories

Community engagement activities come to life through the stories we tell

Exploring human health through biotechnology

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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.

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MBA students improve food bank ‘flow’

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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.

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Engage in MLK Day events

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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.

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Award-winning nursing leader chose UW Bothell

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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.

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Students print prosthetic hand for Everett girl

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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. 

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Students share transitions with elders

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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.

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Inspiration from Togo trip still ripples

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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.

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Decades and thousands of miles from home

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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.”

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Senior schools seniors in Bitcoin, blockchain

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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. 

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Making a class with a contemporary cult classic

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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.

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