Biracial Self Identity In The Motherland: Outlook of Studying CSR in Thailand and Cambodia – w/ Leatha Dunkin

As a biracial young adult curious about having a different life in another country, Leatha Dunkin decided to participate in the Study Abroad Program to Thailand for a memorable experience. She explored the importance of self-acceptance and confidence in her identity, gaining a deeper understanding of embracing her uniqueness. 

February 5, 2024

Higher education: content and connection

Knowing the significance of social networking for students transitioning to the workforce, Dr. Joseph Ferrare researched its influence and formation inside educational facilities. He emphasizes that educational institutions should prioritize social networking resources to connect with students and encourages undergraduates to step out of their comfort zones and seek diverse experiences for their future careers. ...

February 3, 2024

A world without borders

Lecturer James Reinnoldt led his students to explore the mystery of globalization and connect with worldwide communities through his B CORE class, “A World Without Borders.” By setting up a competition to ship packages with AirTags across various countries, students can learn about international regulations, worldwide interconnectedness, and the ease of global communications. Discovery Core...

February 2, 2024

Diversifying the STEM field 

Despite doubting his capability in the STEM field because of his under-representativeness, Alex Margarito found his place as a high school chemistry lecturer to advocate for diversity in education. He was inspired by Dr. Dan Jaffe to pursue higher education in atmospheric chemistry research and teaching, aiming to provide an inclusive educational environment for students...

January 26, 2024

Students ‘unlock their potential’ in project-based learning 

At UW Bothell Autumn 2023 Undergraduate Capstone and Symposium, numerous students showcase their project-based learning through diverse fields of study. From language learning applications to an antique mall’s point-of-sale system, they not only accumulate experiences for research learning but also release students’ potential to prepare for future careers and make a significant impact in the...

January 19, 2024

A winding path to racial and educational justice

From a student to an advocate seeking justice in race and education, Ayva Thomas marked her journey with the perspective-driven experience at UW Bothell. She aimed to conduct diversity and inclusive learning for students to work with various communities, empowering the establishment of programs like the North Star Mentorship and the implementation of ethnic studies...

January 19, 2024

Mary Gates Scholarship Recipients Fall 2023

Three UW Bothell students received scholarships from the Mary Gates Endowment for Students in autumn quarter. The scholarships, which provide $5,000 disbursed over two quarters, are intended to enhance the educational experiences of undergraduates while they are engaged in research guided by faculty. Itzetl Vixtha Teoba Award: Mary Gates Leadership ScholarshipAutumn 2023Major: Media & Communication StudiesMentor: Melissa...

January 12, 2024

When in Rome: Intercultural Business Communication – w/ Miriam Bandala

Bringing her culinary skills abroad, Miriam Bandala collaborated with a local restaurant during her visit to the Study Abroad Program in Rome. She enjoys sharing experiences through cuisines with others and learning about cultural connections within languages.

January 2, 2024