August 2017

Microbial version of Tolstoy principle

colorful microbes

Research led by Jesse Zaneveld, an assistant professor of biological sciences at UW Bothell, found that the bacterial communities that live inside each of our guts react very differently from person to person under stress.  The researchers published a perspective piece in Nature Microbiology outlining the microbial version of the  Anna Karenina principle.

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Butch de Castro moving to Seattle campus

Butch de Castro

Butch de Castro, associate professor in the UW Bothell School of Nursing and Health Studies, is moving to the UW School of Nursing in Seattle as the school’s associate dean for diversity, equity and inclusion. 

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Amazing skills in virtual reality summer camp

Noah Brown

Some of the same concepts in virtual reality (VR) that took a UW Bothell team to the national finals of Microsoft’s Imagine Cup were introduced to middle school students at Pacific Science Center summer camps taught by computer science and education majors.

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MAPS attracts, builds strong cohort network

Nate Blanchard and Caitlin Moore

Many of the students entering the UW Bothell Master of Arts in policy studies (MAPS) program already share a network of friendships and experiences in congressional offices that make them stand out. They expect the MAPS degree will help move them into careers where they can have an even greater impact.

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Staff Appreciation Breakfast

Christine Straight holding her award during the event.

Chancellor Wolf Yeigh thanked staff for their dedication to students and to the campus. He cited several large-scale campus accomplishments from the past year, including Commencement at Safeco Field, the transition to Workday and opening of the diversity center. 

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