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Fresh majors, minors in coming year

In the coming school year, University of Washington Bothell students have fresh academic choices: a full degree major in gender, women & sexuality studies (GWSS), a dual campus doctor of pharmacy MBA, a graduate certificate in digital teaching and learning, plus six minors to expand options.

June 30, 2016

Grads become community partners

Some University of Washington Bothell alumni become community partners. Nora Karena, master’s in cultural studies (MACS ’14), is now director of housing services for YWCA in Snohomish County. Mike Irons, master’s in public policy program (MAPS ’13), is programs manager for Snohomish County Juvenile Court in Everett.

June 30, 2016

Where are they now? Justin Gill at Yale

Justin Gill, who earned a Bachelor of Science in nursing in 2013 at University of Washington Bothell, is now a student in the doctor of nursing practice program at Yale where he expects to graduate in 2019. Gill says his classes at UW Bothell taught him to consider broader concepts in health care and nursing.

June 30, 2016

Best practices, tips for Fulbright applicants

The U.S. government will pay you to study, research or teach abroad for up to a year through the Fulbright program, which also makes an impressive resume entry when you return home. You can read about the various Fulbrights online, but here are some best practices and tips you might not read anywhere else.

June 23, 2016

Hosting EducationUSA Adviser Training

The University of Washington Bothell has a chance to shine when it hosts 18 international advisers for a weeklong EducationUSA training institute. It allows us to highlight our campus to advisers helping students come to the United States, says Dana Brolley of the International Student Services.

June 23, 2016

‘Never too late’ attitude for 67-year-old grad

When she decided to return to school in her mid-60's, Elizabeth Huffaker was worried she would be met with a “What are you doing here?” attitude. Instead, at University of Washington Bothell, “I met so many young people who treated me as equals and at the same time respected me,” says Huffaker, the class of 2016’s oldest grad.

June 23, 2016

Founding faculty member Constantin Behler has died

Professor Constantin Behler died June 22 at the age of 57. Behler was a member of the founding faculty for UW Bothell and the first recipient of the university's Distinguished Teaching Award in 1995.

June 22, 2016

Grads, families celebrate 2016 commencement

The University of Washington Bothell class of 2016 was applauded and cheered by a crowd of family and friends that filled the Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion and overflowed into Husky Stadium. Nearly 1,300 of the 1,800 members of the University’s 25th graduating class took the walk June 12.

June 20, 2016

MBA just in time for Father’s Day

After earning his MBA at the University of Washington Bothell – balancing his many nights and weekends between his studies and his family – Natahri Felton, father of five, has the gift of time this Father’s Day.

June 16, 2016

Mechanical engineering students deliver

University of Washington Bothell mechanical engineering students delivered a solar-powered cooler June 10 to their customers at a Woodinville farm. It was on time, on budget and operating as designed at 38 degrees.

June 16, 2016

Police training days at UWB-2

University of Washington Bothell Campus Safety officers will conduct an intensive active shooter training with city of Bothell police and firefighters Tuesday, Thursday and Friday (June 14, 16 and 17) at the UWB-2 building.

June 9, 2016