News Stories by Date

A complete list of stories featured in News from UW Bothell, filterable by date.

19 results based on your selection

Class highlight: Beyond a dance routine

In the elective course, Introduction to Dance, lecturer Dianna Garcia Snyder gives students an outlet to relieve stress, promote overall health, share cultural traditions and creatively express how they feel through movement.

October 31, 2019

Residents say what tech makes a city smart

Urban geographer Jin-Kyu Jung co-led a study abroad trip to South Korea to explore what urban residents think of using information and communication technologies to improve transportation, utilities and other city services.

October 31, 2019

Nurse chose UW Bothell for RN to BSN to MN

Miriam Witt has two passions, nursing and teaching, that are being advanced by the University of Washington Bothell. A 2014 Bachelor of Science in Nursing graduate, Witt is scheduled to return next fall for a Master of Nursing degree that would allow her to teach nursing at a college.

October 30, 2019

New show comes to the student art gallery

A hallway in Founders Hall is a gallery where quarterly exhibits recognize student artists. Fourteen photos on display now explore perspective and bring students into their work as subjects.

October 25, 2019

Student veterans bring experience to campus

Scott Shirley, the secretary of Student Veterans of America, represented UW Bothell at a national SVA conference and learned leadership skills to help promote the visibility and benefits of having veterans on campus.

October 24, 2019

Senior schools seniors in Bitcoin, blockchain

The president and co-founder of the UW Blockchain Society student club, senior Zack Nelson, had no trouble instructing a group of seniors over the age of 50 at the extended learning course Blockchain and Bitcoin 101.

October 24, 2019

Landscape evolving in volcano’s blast zone

Research led by Cynthia Chang sends students into the blast zone of Mount Saint Helens to track plant succession in an area that looked like a moonscape after the volcano’s big 1980 eruption.

October 24, 2019

Inviting additions to the Student Diversity Center

New art, furniture and equipment make the Student Diversity Center in Founders Hall an even more inviting cross-cultural space for students to hold meetings, learn about resources or make friends with others like themselves.

October 17, 2019

Making a class with a contemporary cult classic

Robots, artificial intelligence and a rating system for every interaction are some of the issues from the award-winning science fiction TV series “Black Mirror” that make it an interesting topic for class discussions.

October 17, 2019

Google invests in UW Bothell students

Google focused its recruiting efforts at the University of Washington Bothell this fall through three educational workshops that aimed to make students more aware of how they could enter the technology industry.

October 17, 2019

Preventing sexual harassment in agriculture

Two of University of Washington Bothell’s faculty in the School of Nursing & Health Studies have co-led a grassroots effort in Washington state to address the issue of sexual harassment in agriculture.

October 17, 2019