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A look back at 2020: Moments to remember

As the University of Washington Bothell marks the end of its 30th anniversary — a year shaped by a pandemic, social justice protests, smothering wildfires and an election season like no other — we share these 30 images that capture, just in part, the unwavering dedication and hard work of our campus community.

December 23, 2020

My story: Teaching and learning online

A senior lecturer in the School of Educational Studies who prepares teachers to support students with disabilities, Jason Naranjo helped UW Bothell colleagues move their teaching online.

December 17, 2020

For many, it really is the year of the midwife

The coronavirus pandemic created more demand for midwives to assist at home births, said Sunita Iyer, a licensed midwife who teaches in the School of Nursing & Health Studies.

December 15, 2020

Personal growth through writing, digital arts

Madison Nikfard, a Media &Communication Studies graduate who excelled in writing and digital arts, continues at UW Bothell in the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing & Poetics program.

December 15, 2020

Walking and thinking go hand in hand

The Discovery Core course the Art and Politics of Walking discusses walking as a vehicle to explore other topics — paying attention, mindfulness, politics, protests and environmental design.

December 9, 2020

Teaching in the moment: The 2020 election

Assistant Teaching Professor Min Tang and Associate Professor Camille Walsh combined their backgrounds in media, communications, law, economics and public policy to create a course structured on the 2020 election.

December 9, 2020

From STEM to Microsoft software engineer

Prathyusha Pillari chose to attend UW Bothell “because it's a great STEM school.” She graduated with a degree in Computer Science & Software Engineering and now works at Microsoft. But, that's not all.

December 9, 2020

What history teaches us about pandemics

Stefanie Iverson Cabral, who teaches about epidemics and global health, fears that deaths from COVID-19 in the United States could approach the 675,000 killed in the 1918 influenza pandemic.

December 9, 2020

Business students place in Boeing competition

In the second year that the University of Washington Bothell entered a Boeing-sponsored business case competition, a team of Supply Chain Management students finished a close second, winning professional experience and industry exposure.

December 3, 2020

Vaccine benefits outweigh uncertainties

Despite uncertainties about coronavirus vaccines, the benefits outweigh the risks, says Dan Bustillos, assistant professor in the School of Nursing & Health Studies.

December 3, 2020

Alumna named school nurse of the year

Tessa McIlraith, who discovered her passion for school nursing in her Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at the University of Washington Bothell, was named state nurse of the year by the School Nurse Organization of Washington.

December 2, 2020