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After the Admissions Office had to scrap four scheduled Admitted Student Days on campus, the office launched Dawgs at a Distance, a two-week long campaign of online events and chat sessions for prospective students and their parents.
How has the job of a pre-major academic adviser changed at the University of Washington Bothell since the coronavirus pandemic forced remote operations? Stephanie Lê answers a few questions from N.L. Sweeney.
Assistant Professor Neil Simpkins explores how disabled students experience college writing and the rhetorical tactics they use to navigate higher education.
Melanie Malone researches contaminants in urban community gardens, which is an important consideration as more people turn to gardening for vegetables during the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has distanced academic advising, but UW Bothell advisers are still available, still a resource that students can access.
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