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Class of 2023 on its way

Nearly 1,500 new students arrived on campus for autumn quarter — 829 first-year students and 666 transfers. The official count showed a total of nearly 6,000 students — 5,364 undergraduates and 572 graduate or professional students at UW Bothell.

November 21, 2019

It’s time to start adapting to climate change

How we respond to the impacts of climate change is a discussion Margaret Redsteer encourages as a researcher and assistant professor in UW Bothell’s School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences.

November 20, 2019

Inspiration from Togo trip still ripples

Bradley Budrow (BSN ’14) was inspired by a study abroad trip to Togo led by Associate Professor Mabel Ezeonwu. Since then, Budrow has volunteered on four more international aid trips.

November 20, 2019

Decades and thousands of miles from home

Telling the story of her own family, Zarefah Baroud (Media & Communications Studies ’19) created a documentary about the displacement of Palestinians, an event they refer to as the Nakba — Arabic for “catastrophe.”

November 15, 2019

Sponge city: Planning climate change in China

Associate Professor Eric Salathé is creating a climate model for an area of southeast China that forecasts decades into the future. The simulation will help urban planners anticipate sudden, heavy rain storms and design a “sponge city” to prevent flooding.

November 14, 2019

Student researcher has good ‘molecular hands’

A Biology major and president of the UW Bothell Biology Club, Kiana Imani received a Mary Gates scholarship to support her research with Assistant Professor Thelma Madzima who praises her attention to detail.

November 14, 2019

New Vet Corps navigator is a civilian ally

Vivian Wei, the Vet Corps navigator this year at the University of Washington Bothell, is passionate about helping military veterans in higher education as their advocate for services and resources.

November 7, 2019

Education students take marshmallow challenge

An Educational Studies class took the marshmallow challenge and learned how they can teach their own pupils to transfer a problem-solving strategy to a slightly different situation.

November 5, 2019

Fulbright scholar helping teach in Estonia

Hana Bloedel, a 2018 graduate of the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, is having “quite the adventure” as a Fulbright English teaching assistant in Estonia, on the border with Russia.

November 5, 2019

Bringing together culture and ecology

The Discovery Core seminar Our Home in the Forest: Ecology, Literature and Culture introduces first-year students to UW Bothell’s interdisciplinary approach by showing their relationship to the forest through arts and sciences.

November 5, 2019