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Nominate distinguished faculty, staff

Now is the time to nominate University of Washington Bothell faculty and staff for distinguished teaching, research, service and leadership awards.

November 9, 2016

Conference focuses on near-vision testing

An early look at what some new near-vision screening tests could look like was presented Nov. 4 at a symposium at UW Bothell. Students are developing apps that may be used in eye exams to detect whether school children have problems that affect their ability to read.

November 9, 2016

UW Bothell to honor vets

The University of Washington Bothell honors veterans with a reception Wednesday, Nov. 9, at the Activities and Recreation Center. The campus and surrounding communities are invited to thank veterans from among our students, faculty and staff for their service to our country.

November 4, 2016

Donors give back to unique seminar

One of the longest running courses at the University of Washington Bothell – the annual weeklong human rights seminar in Washington, D.C. – is even better thanks to alumni who experienced the trip and now support its impact.

November 3, 2016

Student wins $7,500 research fellowship

Electrical engineering student Manuja Sharma was awarded a $7,500 Washington Research Foundation Fellowship to support her work with STEM Assistant Professor Hung Cao. They’re developing a blood pressure measuring device that would be more accurate than the old pump-up cuff.

November 3, 2016

Biologist debunks racial misconceptions

Modern humans do not have biological races, says Joseph L. Graves, Jr., evolutionary biologist who spoke Tuesday at UW Bothell on “Using Science to Talk about Race and Racism.” Genetically, we’re all Africans, descendants of people who migrated out of Africa 60,000 to 70,000 years ago.

November 2, 2016