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Boss wins 2017 Distinguished Teaching Award

Alan Boss, an assistant professor in the University of Washington Bothell School of Business, is the recipient of the University’s 2017 Distinguished Teaching Award.

March 31, 2017

UW Bothell wins Community Transit award

Community Transit presented its Innovation and Revitalization Champion of the Year award to the University of Washington Bothell for adding U-Cars, electric charging stations and bike repair stations to campus.

March 31, 2017

Seven acclaimed in second Husky 100

Seven seniors from UW Bothell are acclaimed this year in the Husky 100 – students from all three UW campuses who make the most of their Husky experience. Husky 100 students are known for their innovation, commitment to inclusivity, capacity for leadership and how they connect learning and experience.

March 30, 2017

Aaron Yared takes a 3rd place in debate nationals

A member of the University of Washington Bothell Speech and Debate Team, Aaron Yared, took a third place in the Pi Kappa Delta National Comprehensive Speech and Debate Tournament. The junior in law, economics and public policy won third place in the Novice Division International Public Debate Association style debate during the completion over spring break in Boise, Idaho.

March 28, 2017

University of Washington Bothell commencement speaker is NFL draftee, astronaut Leland Melvin

Leland Melvin was drafted in the National Football League and went on to become an astronaut, but only after overcoming injury with a perseverance he’ll describe as the commencement speaker for the University of Washington Bothell’s 2017 graduating class. Melvin will speak in front of graduates, family and friends at Safeco Field. The ceremony begins at 4 p.m. June 13.

March 28, 2017

The intern who created a new job

Sage Miller used his time in an internship course to create a project he’ll direct over the next two years with an annual budget of $125,000. Majoring in community psychology with a minor in public policy (’17), Miller says he’s well-suited to create the YMCA website compiling 150 nonprofit social service providers in north Seattle.

March 24, 2017

Senior hits 3 of 4 alt spring break activities

University of Washington Bothell senior Feruza Ghias remained active over spring break by engaging in three out of four of the University’s alternative spring break community activities.

March 24, 2017

Education bachelor’s not just for teachers

Becoming a school teacher is a great outcome for graduates with the new bachelor’s degree in educational studies. The interdisciplinary degree also is an appealing option for students who might use it in the business world or with nonprofits.

March 24, 2017