Coronavirus stories

Stories on UW Bothell’s response to the coronavirus

Q&A: Brandon Washington, philanthropy

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How has work in Advancement & External Relations changed since remote operations began at UW Bothell? Brandon Washington, manager of annual giving and philanthropy, answers a few questions from Maria Lamarca Anderson, director of communications.

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Building mental health resilience to stress

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Kosuke Niitsu, an assistant professor in the School of Nursing & Health Studies, researches mental health resilience by surveying how UW Bothell students respond to virtual mindfulness exercises. 

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Home for the pandemic, fieldwork at Isleta Pueblo

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With remote operations at the campus, Phoebe Keryte is finishing her final quarter back home in New Mexico where she’s helping her grandparents and conducting fieldwork for a degree in Health Studies.

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Guiding nursing student fieldwork in a pandemic

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Mabel Ezeonwu, an associate professor in the School of Nursing & Health Studies and recipient of UW Bothell’s 2020 Distinguished Teaching Award, tells UW Bothell Magazine how she transitioned fieldwork courses to remote learning when the pandemic hit.

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Alumni support virtual human rights seminar

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Despite the pandemic, students were still able to have rich learning experiences in the annual Washington, D.C., Human Rights Seminar through a series of online dialogues with experts and mentors who include five alumni of the program.

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Q&A: Karan Sandhu, Residential Life

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How has work in student housing changed since remote operations began at UW Bothell? Karan Sandhu, a resident director, answers a few questions from Director of Communications Maria Lamarca Anderson.

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Study abroad in India turns into virtual internship

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Everyone on campus had to pivot when the coronavirus forced the University of Washington Bothell into remote operations, but one of the biggest twists may have been how a planned study abroad trip to India turned into a virtual internship program.

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Class connects for remote Latinx potluck

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When UW Bothell students collaborated on a writing project with a group at the Latino Educational Training Institute, it wasn’t long before they were sharing recipes. The result was a remote potluck that nonetheless had the feel of an intimate family dinner.

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