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Roberts collaborates with Macklemore

School of IAS faculty member Georgia Roberts is a community collaborator on the new song from Macklemore and Ryan Lewis called “White Privilege II.” The song has sparked conversation and criticism in the music industry and right here on our campus.

February 5, 2016

Good health starts in your mind

Healthy living is all the rage these days. But good health begins with mental health, according to experts from UW Bothell's Counseling Center. The center provides numerous services to meet the needs of students, parents, faculty, and staff.

February 5, 2016

Undergraduate research: The competitive edge

UW Bothell's undergraduate research programs give students a competitive edge when they search for the ideal job to launch their career or compete for spots in highly sought-after graduate programs.

January 29, 2016

Women in leadership forum

The University of Washington Bothell is hosting a free one-day forum with a national non-partisan organization that encourages women to move into the political arena. “research has shown that women typically don’t run for office until they are prompted by a particular issue,” says Annette Anderson, director of curriculum, academic affairs. She organized Friday’s event at the Activities and Recreation Center with the Center for American Women & Politics.

January 28, 2016

Founder’s Fellow scholarships announced

The University of Washington Bothell has announced the winners of the 2016 Founder’s Fellow Research Scholarships. Ten students will receive funds to support their academic and research pursuits.

January 28, 2016

UW Bothell hosts South African student leaders

UW Bothell welcomed students from the University of the Free State (UFS) in Bloemfontein, South Africa this month. They were part of Leadership for Change, a global partnership that teaches the value of diversity and builds leadership skills.

January 22, 2016

State Supreme Court goes to class

The Washington Supreme Court conducts a traveling court two to three times per year, and UW Bothell was chosen as its first site for 2016. Faculty and students took advantage of a rare learning opportunity both inside and outside the classroom.

January 22, 2016

Missed field goal is a win for students

A missed field goal creates a teachable moment for UW Bothell alumna Julie Anderson Offerdahl. She attracted national attention after asking her first graders to write letters of encouragement to Minnesota Vikings kicker Blair Walsh after a pivotal missed field goal.

January 22, 2016

School of Business marks consulting milestone

When companies and organizations throughout the Puget Sound region have a business problem, they partner with students and faculty in UW Bothell’s School of Business to find a solution. The school’s most recent consulting work contributed to Starbucks’ launch of the Green Apron delivery project.

January 13, 2016

Additional Parking Coming in 2016

A new parking lot will provide 146 additional spaces on the UW Bothell campus. The lot is expected to be ready by spring 2016.

December 30, 2015

Top news stories of 2015

The University of Washington Bothell marked its 25th year with national acclaim, scientific discoveries and record growth. Here’s a look back at our top stories of 2015.

December 29, 2015

Hunting human mutations to learn biology

Learning from the pitfalls of previous institutions and guided by the strengths of the University of Washington Bothell in areas of collaboration, cross-disciplinary inquiry, and community engagement, Bryan White, a Senior Lecturer in the Division of Biological Sciences, designed an exciting investigative biology class on “Personalized Medicine-Hunting Mutations and Targeting Disease.”

December 18, 2015