April 2018

Obituary: Jake Tiefel, machining instructor

Jake Tiefel

Jake Edward Tiefel, a University of Washington Bothell lecturer who ran the machining class in the mechanical engineering program, died suddenly April 26. Tiefel is remembered in the School of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics for giving students fundamental knowledge and skills.

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Bringing Syrian voices to the West

Malak Shalabi

For her undergraduate research, UW Bothell senior Malak Shalabi interviewed Syrian refugees in Jordan about torture they suffered. The law, economics and public policy major is headed to the UW Law School to study international law, with the goal of promoting justice in the Muslim world.

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Can movies teach public health lessons?

Dustin Hoffman in

Movies such as “Contagion” and “Outbreak” can be useful in public health classes for discussions about science, global politics and social impacts. Research led by Associate Professor Chris Wade found health-related movies influence students’ career decisions.

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New veterans center coming to UW Bothell

UW military flags

University of Washington Bothell Chancellor Wolf Yeigh announced a new veterans resource center will be open in fall 2018 in Founders Hall, UW1-011. There are about 200 veterans on campus and about 70 others who are spouses or children of veterans, eligible for benefits.

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UW Bothell team wins Distinguished Staff Award

Campus Master Plan team

The team that completed work on the new UW Bothell Cascadia College Campus Master Plan has won a 2018 University of Washington Distinguished Staff Award, the highest staff honor at the University. It’s the first time in 15 years one of the awards has gone to UW Bothell staff. 

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