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A garment unveils an identity

A chador garment worn by some Muslim women is usually black. That of Anida Yoeu Ali, senior artist-in-residence, is red and sparkly. In this inaugural segment of KUOW’s podcast The Blue Suit, award-winning poet Shin Yu Pai explores Ali’s identity inside and outside The Red Chador.

July 29, 2022

Alumnus uses degree to benefit his alma mater

STEM alumnus Adham Baioumy ’19 graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering — which he is now using to design the heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems for a new STEM building on campus.

July 28, 2022

Legacy award 2022

Mary Hammons and Conrad Brown are the 2022 recipients of UW Bothell’s Legacy Award. The couple honor the legacy of their daughter through an endowed scholarship for nursing students.

July 22, 2022

Libraries, lakes and learning

Through a Libraries Love Lakes project, students in Dr. Avery Cook Shinneman’s Limnology class and the Woodinville Library created kits filled with fun, educational activities to help children in the Bothell area foster an appreciation for lakes.

July 22, 2022

A life that leaves a legacy

UW Husky 100 recipient Saron Almaw proves that a person makes a living by what they get but makes a life by what they give.

July 22, 2022

Marine protected areas are key to actualize conservation vision

New research published in Frontiers in Marine Science indicates that while the size of marine protected areas is important for marine megafauna to thrive, “Placement and design are critical for effectiveness,” says Dr. Sara Maxwell, associate professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences and principal investigator for the study.

July 21, 2022

Two Washington doctors on the fallout of overturning Roe v Wade

Dr. Meghan-Eagen Torkko, UW Bothell associate professor in the School of Nursing & Health Studies, and Dr. Monica McLemore, a new faculty member joining the UW School of Nursing in the fall, were recently interviewed by KUOW about potential health care outcomes.

July 15, 2022

Committed to community

Hana Abdulrahman is a proud Muslim, immigrant and graduate student at the University of Washington Bothell — and is now one of the University’s 2022 Husky 100.

July 7, 2022

Business betters community

Graduate students in Dr. Stephen Jones’ class invest in the community, acting as consultants to local businesses, organizations and nonprofits.

July 7, 2022