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Q&A: Rodel Cruz Naval, Campus Safety

How has work in Campus Safety changed since remote operations began at UW Bothell? Rodel Cruz Naval, campus safety officer, answers a few questions from Director of Communications Maria Lamarca Anderson.

August 27, 2020

Building robotics and connecting the dots

Mechanical Engineering graduate Nick Degrasse worked at the Activities & Recreation Center, served on student committees and enjoyed research, but what really clicked was seeing a stroke-therapy capstone project actually used by patients at a Seattle hospital.

August 21, 2020

Brennan oversees research, connected learning

As the assistant vice chancellor overseeing the Office of Sponsored Research and the Office of Connected Learning, Carolyn Brennan sees her role as coordinating support and making the best use of resources.

August 21, 2020

Nursing students investigate K-12 COVID issues

RN-to-BSN students in a community health course looked at some of the difficult safety and protection issues facing K-12 schools as they plan for reopening in-person classes during the coronavirus pandemic.

August 21, 2020

Helping turn Tesla scrap into a commodity

Kaely Nelson, a summer graduate in Supply Chain Management and former treasurer for student government, now works for Tesla as a global supply analyst of recycling, treating scrap material as a commodity.

August 21, 2020

Bringing hope and heart to the homeless

Nail care was one way that RN-to-BSN students in the Population-based Health in Community Practice course taught by Senior Lecturer Maureen West assessed and observed women at the YWCA Angeline’s Day Center in Seattle.

August 20, 2020

Disability and education at UW Bothell

In the course, Disability in Society, Jason Naranjo, senior lecturer in the School of Educational Studies, examines history, theory, values and assumptions about disability in the context of schools and society.

August 20, 2020

Q&A: Diana Betancourt Macias, diversity center

How has work in the Student Diversity Center changed since remote operations began at UW Bothell? Diana Betancourt Macias, undocumented focused program manager, answers a few questions from Director of Communications Maria Lamarca Anderson.

August 13, 2020

Bothell Block Party and BrewFest goes virtual

Stream or download a playlist curated by Black and allied artists — many of whom have performed during Alumni Weekend — for a virtual Block Party on Aug. 22 that supports the Black Opportunity Fund.

August 13, 2020

Death, dying & pedagogy

Students examined beliefs and culture around death and grief in the course Death Rituals, taught by Associate Professor Kari Lerum who hoped they developed a deeper comfort in talking about an often-taboo topic.

August 13, 2020

A musical activist for the environment

Bee Elliott, an Environmental Studies major, said she was sold on attending the University of Washington Bothell when she saw the wetlands on campus. “It was really attractive to me, not just another concrete paradise.”

August 12, 2020

How an environmental health career MAPS out

Jeff Ketchel says his Master of Arts in Policy Studies in 2008 gave him skills he has used to head health districts and now serve as executive director of the Washington State Public Health Association.

August 12, 2020