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A complete list of stories featured in News from UW Bothell, filterable by date.

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Saving salmon, one mural at a time

Restoring salmon in local creeks requires educating the community on their whereabouts. In this story [], The Seattle Times reports on high school senior Austin Picinich’s mural project that was informed by the work of Dr. Jeff Jensen, teaching professor in the School of STEM.

September 30, 2022

Old traditions usher in new beginnings

Months of preparation culminated last week when UW Bothell faculty and staff welcomed new and returning students to campus. Follow along throughout the new academic year as we share stories about their experiences and achievements.

September 30, 2022

Turning passion into a profession

Andy Townsend ’16 and Skylar Lewis Randall ’19, both alumni from UW Bothell’s School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, used their experiences in college to turn their passion for sports into a profession. They both now work at ROOT SPORTS.

September 23, 2022

New faculty at UW Bothell

Three new professors will join the University of Washington Bothell this academic year. Please join us in giving them a warm welcome to our community.

September 23, 2022

Economic poisoning by agriculture

In “Economic Poisoning,” Dr. Adam Romero provides an intriguing reconceptualization of pesticides by connecting farming ecosystems to technology and the economy.

September 23, 2022

Two gold STARS for UW Bothell 

UW Bothell has earned a gold rating in recognition of its sustainability achievements in Grounds and in Water from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.

September 15, 2022

My Story: A note to self

In honor of Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, graduate student James Vaughan III shares his experience living with bipolar disorder.

September 14, 2022

New digital skills put to good use

Sophomore Minh Than participated in the new Digital Scholars Program at UW Bothell where she honed her computer skills while helping fellow immigrants in need.

September 14, 2022

Q&A: Valerie Fetzer

Valerie Fetzer, career coach, answers a few questions from Maria Lamarca Anderson, director of communications.

September 8, 2022

Grappling with impacts to student grades

Reporters look into long-lasting effects the pandemic has on learning and grades across several Puget Sound school districts. And while student engagement is improving, “there is a ways to go.” Wayne Au, professor and interim dean in the School of Educational Studies, is quoted.

September 4, 2022

Wildfire smoke is here to stay

August and September in the Pacific Northwest now come with a reliable risk of wildfire smoke cause our our health — physical and mental — to suffer. But local governments are still working out how to protect people from this polluted air. Dan Jaffe, professor and chair in the School of STEM, is quoted.

September 4, 2022