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Stefanie Iverson Cabral teaches a course in the School of Nursing & Health Studies called Quarantine and Isolation that, ironically, will be conducted remotely this spring because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Students in Jason Lambacher’s American Government & Politics course learned about voter demographics and offered suggestions to the Snohomish County Elections Department through community-based learning projects.
Thanks to a UW Bothell Herbarium project, dozens of plants, bushes and trees on around campus have labels with QR codes that a smartphone can read to open a website with site-specific information.
An educational comic about the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory has a character inspired by Joey Key, a member of the LIGO team and an assistant professor in the School of STEM.
Ted Hiebert and Jin-Kyu Jung , associate professors in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, plan to use digital mapping technology to represent where people find their happy places.
Every day is Earth Day at the University of Washington Bothell where wetlands cover half the campus and sustainability is ingrained in academics, operations and policies.
After the successful completion of the 21st Century Campus Initiative and following a thoughtful campus community collaboration, the University of Washington Bothell drafted a new strategic plan that prioritizes diversity, engagement and cross-disciplinarity.
The survival of Arctic grayling in Washington could be imperiled, says Jeff Jensen, a senior lecturer in biology, because warming temperatures affect the only stream in the state where the fish spawn.
College students are among those populations that are historically undercounted in the U.S. census, but UW Bothell students, staff, faculty and community partners are working to ensure that students count this year.
The Carnegie Foundation has recognized the University of Washington Bothell for its community engagement — collaborations with outside partners that lead to the mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources.