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The pandemic, mother of all interruptions

New research on the effects of working remotely during the coronavirus pandemic shows it takes longer to finish a project, and by the end of the day you’re exhausted, said Dr. Sophie Leroy, associate professor of management in the School of Business.

February 24, 2021

CSSE major helps with vaccine-finding website

Computer Science & Software Engineering senior Ryan Russell is helping take some of the frustration out of finding a COVID-19 vaccination site as one of the volunteers running the free

February 23, 2021

Learning about lakes prompts public action

Students in a limnology course learning about inland waters partnered with King County and Lake Advocates to make changes in the world — despite having to do the work remotely.

February 17, 2021

Cultural Studies prepares diversity officers

Graduates of the Master of Arts in Cultural Studies program lead cultural change — a skill more organizations are seeking after witnessing widespread protests against racial injustice.

February 17, 2021

Young adult books connect Black girls globally

A fan of young adult fiction, Helen K. Thomas explored the genre in the Master of Arts in Cultural Studies program and now is researching the books' global appeal with a Fulbright in Nigeria.

February 17, 2021

Meta-Major Pathways show way to degrees

Students entering the University of Washington Bothell use the new Meta-Major Pathways advising tool to find a major that fits their interests, to stay on track and to connect to a relevant career.

February 17, 2021

Time of need also time to think about giving

Dr. Akhtar Badshah, distinguished practitioner with the School of Business, wrote “Purpose Mindset: How Microsoft Inspires Employees and Alumni to Change the World.”

February 9, 2021

Researching the human factors in cybersecurity

As someone who teaches and researches cybersecurity, Dr. Marc Dupuis said the coronavirus pandemic has been, in some ways, like a cyberattack. Unexpected, yes, but it could have been foreseen.

February 9, 2021

Alumna Mary Houston keeps giving back

Pursuing her dreams of higher education at the University of Washington Bothell led Mary Houston to a career with Workforce Snohomish. She gives back to the University as a member of its Community Engagement Council.

February 9, 2021

Embedding justice in green chemistry education

Through education programs with the United Nations and the American Chemical Society, Dr. Grace Lasker is promoting sustainable chemistry, embedded with values of social and environmental justice.

February 9, 2021

Teaching ethnic studies here and in Slovenia

While he waits for a postponed teaching Fulbright in Slovenia, Dr. Jed Murr is developing a digital history platform as part of a collaboration with scholars, librarians and archivists about Black arts in the Northwest.

February 4, 2021