Coronavirus stories

Stories on UW Bothell’s response to the coronavirus

CSSE major helps with vaccine-finding website

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Computer Science & Software Engineering senior Ryan Russell is helping take some of the frustration out of finding a COVID-19 vaccination site as one of the volunteers running the free CovidWA.com.

 

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The pandemic, mother of all interruptions

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New research on the effects of working remotely during the coronavirus pandemic shows it takes longer to finish a project, and by the end of the day you’re exhausted, said Dr. Sophie Leroy, associate professor of management in the School of Business.

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Teaching ethnic studies here and in Slovenia

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While he waits for a postponed teaching Fulbright in Slovenia, Dr. Jed Murr is developing a digital history platform as part of a collaboration with scholars, librarians and archivists about Black arts in the Northwest.

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Nurses personally appeal to the vaccine hesitant

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Master of Nursing students who work with COVID-19 patients make an emotional appeal to the vaccine hesitant in a public service announcement in which they share their personal feelings.

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Creating critical media literacy workshops

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Students in Min Tang’s Critical Media Literacy course developed educational workshops to share with the Northshore School District’s teachers and students. 

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Health and wellness in a pandemic

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Throughout remote operations during the coronavirus pandemic, the campus Health and Wellness Resource Center has been able to continue providing most of its services to students.

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Q&A: Alicia Christian, Benefits Hub

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How has the Benefits Hub changed since remote operations began at UW Bothell? Alicia Christian, United Way Benefits Hub associate, answers a few questions from Maria Lamarca Anderson, director of communications.

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Standardized tests optional for UW Bothell

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Prompted by the pandemic and hoping to improve access, the University of Washington Bothell will not require standardized tests, such as the SAT and ACT, for applicants entering in autumn quarter 2021 and beyond.

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