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Recipe for a haircut

In an opinion piece for the South Seattle Emerald, MFA alumnus Troy Landrum Jr. writes in detail about this precious bonding experience between a father and son. The time-honored tradition is one he shared with his father and a ritual he continues to this day.

January 27, 2022

A life punctuated by writing

The editor-in-chief for the Husky Herald is traditionally a junior or senior. Aditi Nambiar had such an impressive history, however, that she was chosen for the position — before ever setting foot on the UW Bothell campus.

January 27, 2022

Conflicts over education in 2022

In this article in The Conversation, assistant professor Joseph Ferrare examines long-standing ideological debates about education. Affirmative action, virtual education, teachers unions and gifted programs are among the topics that will be front-and-center in 2022.

January 21, 2022

Q&A: Erik Echols

Erik Echols, assistant director for the Writing & Communication Center, has a box of magnets and fidget spinners on his desk to help students have fun while they talk about the serious work of becoming stronger, more confident writers and communicators.

January 20, 2022

To mentor is to touch a life forever

Educational Studies major Desirae Vega empowers high school students to dream big while providing them with the knowledge and support to help make their dreams come true.

January 20, 2022

Autism and accessibility

As a working professional, Annuska Zolyomi, now assistant teaching professor at UW Bothell, noticed a lack of knowledge about how technology can assist people with autism. It motivated her to get her Ph.D. and generate the findings herself.

January 13, 2022

From prison to purpose

Michael Cho, STEM student at UW Bothell, was awarded a Mary Gates Research Scholarship to explore topics in artificial intelligence that could have lasting effects on fair and equitable technology.

January 13, 2022

Living Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy

Students on UW Bothell’s speech and debate team live out Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy by being advocates and by mentoring local youth to do the same.

January 12, 2022

Preparing students to meet demands of modern classrooms

UW Bothell’s dual-certification undergraduate program for K-8 general education and K-12 special education helps fill a 30-year hole in the teacher labor market. Students in the program learn that it is their job to empower all learners by removing systemic barriers that create and perpetuate inequitable learning opportunities.

January 6, 2022

Creativity, courage and consequences

To better prepare students for successful careers, UW Bothell Lecturer Gary Carpenter uses his decade-long research into creativity to teach students how to think across academic disciplines.

January 6, 2022

Planting the seeds of change

Alumna Sharndeep Shoker ’21 feels a personal connection with the Punjabi farmers who were protesting in the streets of Delhi — a connection that fueled her graduate student research, activism and allyship from 7,000 miles away.

January 6, 2022