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University of Washington Bothell faculty and staff are helping plan an environmental learning center that would utilize Saint Edward State Park as an outdoor classroom and living laboratory.
Samantha Bohn is one of the students who had a study abroad experience thanks to a scholarship fund created in the memory of Anna Bui.
Adam Romero researches the origins of agrochemicals as a way to rethink the political and economic influences on food production. Take arsenic, for example.
The University of Washington Bothell is engaging indigenous studies as a way to advance scholarship, build relationships with indigenous communities, and better recruit and retain Native American students.
The UW Bothell chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery is one of the largest student clubs on campus. ACM holds workshops and events that advance careers, develop leaders and promote technical awareness.
Grade school students have a new Pacific Science Center summer camp at the University of Washington Bothell. Crows: Caws and Effect is the latest camp developed with faculty and taught by UW Bothell students.
When University of Washington Bothell students learn journalism through community newspapers, they also learn about the ethnic and geographic communities served by the papers.
UW Bothell students who toured the former Firland Sanatorium in Shoreline learned that tuberculosis, a disease usually controlled by antibiotics, is not so far removed in time or distance.
Free tax filing help is available this year at the University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia College campus for students and non-students alike.
City of Bellevue information technology, parks and planning officials welcome the ideas from UW Bothell students undertaking website and business projects as part of the UW’s Livable City Year program.