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Oscar Ochoa is an ambulance emergency medical technician who has responded to patients with COVID-19. After receiving his bachelor’s in Health Studies he plans to become a physician assistant serving the Latino community.
Jamie Shirley, director of nursing in the School of Nursing & Health Studies, is an ethics consultant for UW Medical Center Northwest whose advice helps decide care in a COVID-19 crisis.
In addition to teaching Eco-Grief and Climate Anxiety, Jennifer Atkinson is producing a podcast and creating a global network of educators to help students cope with feelings of environmental loss.
UW Bothell's Center on Reinventing Public Education says diagnostic assessments with a clear purpose can be an essential tool for public schools in helping students recover from learning loss, Education Dive reports.
The nonprofit Restart Partners, co-led by School of Business faculty member Akhtar Badshah, is supporting the Washington governor’s office with a campaign to make donning a face mask as routine as wearing a seat belt.
Nurses in the Master of Nursing program who had to rapidly respond to the coronavirus pandemic explained how it dramatically affected their education at the spring MN Symposium.
Engineering and physics students have launched a five-year capstone project to build a remote-control air system to give student pilots in the Husky Aviation Club a less-expensive way to practice.
Two University of Washington Bothell students — Paris Bruner and Ada de la Cruz — have been recognized for their civic engagement with awards from Washington Campus Compact, a coalition of 44 two- and four-year colleges.
The Center on Reinventing Public Education, a think tank affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell, is surveying how public schools respond to the coronavirus pandemic and analyzing plans for next year.
Neither snow nor pandemic could halt University of Washington Bothell supporters from donating to the I Heart UW Bothell Scholarship Luncheon. In its three years the event raised $750,000 to help students continue their education.