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Crow passes test flight

On New Year’s Day an injured crow was spotted on campus. PAWS flew in to rescue the bird and it went through a thorough rehabilitation process. The Herald tells the story of patient 20220004.

February 25, 2022

New book centers Indigenous worldviews

Audubon reviews “Fresh Banana Leaves: Healing Indigenous Landscapes Through Indigenous Science,” a new book by Dr. Jessica Hernandez in which she shares her personal history as a Maya Ch’orti’ and Binnizá woman and her lived experience as a lifelong learner and scholar of Indigenous science.

February 24, 2022

Alumni till fertile soil

Environmental Studies alumni David Jackson ’17 and Sara Rocero ’17 are using their degrees for the greater good of the environment while working at the Snohomish Conservation District.

February 24, 2022

Alumnus is a changemaker and a trailblazer

Aaron Yared has gone from being the director of government relations at UW Bothell to serving as president of the University of Washington’s Graduate and Professional Student Senate. In this story by Julie Emory for The Daily, he shares his journey along the trail he blazed for others to follow.

February 17, 2022

Helping students reach for the stars

Dr. Joey Shapiro Key, assistant professor in the School of STEM, doesn’t just share knowledge with her students— she also engages them in research, building their confidence as they pursue their dreams.

February 17, 2022

Passion meets policy

Alumna Megan Dunn ’15 got her master’s in Policy Studies from the University of Washington Bothell and is now using her to degree as the chair of the Snohomish County Council.

February 10, 2022

Collaboratory grand opening

The University of Washington Bothell this week held a grand opening for the Collaboratory — a creative space that fosters teamwork and has the equipment needed to transform ideas into tangible products.

February 9, 2022

Crowdfunding deepens inequities

For the uninsured, crowdfunding provides little help in paying for health care. New research indicates that where people need the most help paying for health care, crowdfunding provides the least help.

February 3, 2022

Critical thinking for lifelong learning

Dr. Martha Groom and Dr. David Stokes, professors in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, participated in a national study on critical thinking — and their students from the University of Washington Bothell had the highest gains.

February 3, 2022