December


Cross-sector organization calls for district-charter cooperation in Detroit

educationdive.com, Dec. 12, 2017
Competition has been heating up between traditional schools and charters in recent years, particularly in New York City, where data shows charters receive less funding than district schools even when in-kind support is considered. Collaboration between district and charter schools is, however, possible. The Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington is tracking the progress of more than 20 districts that have signed district-charter collaboration contracts.

Snow, EdTalks, and innovation make PACRAO 2017 sparkle

aacrao.org, Dec. 12, 2017
The members of Pacific Association of Collegiate Registrars (PACRAO) gathered on November 5-8 in Spokane, Washington, for their Annual Meeting. By James Miller, director of admissions, University of Washington Bothell and PACRAO Past President.

WHAT IS THE MEANING OF ‘CAW’? RESEARCHERS AIM TO DECIPHER THE SECRET LANGUAGE OF CROWS

bullfax.com, Dec. 11, 2017
Love them or hate them, crows seem to be just about everywhere. Now, a group of researchers at the University of Washington Bothell, north of Seattle, have decided to eavesdrop on the nearly 16 thousand crows that reside at the university, in an attempt to understand their secret communication.

Time to end four-day school weeks in Oklahoma

newsok.com, Dec. 11, 2017
OKLAHOMA'S experiment with four-day school weeks has been ongoing for several years. Writing recently for The Brookings Institution, Paul T. Hill and Georgia Heyward, both affiliated with The Center on Reinventing Public Education, discussed their research on four-day school weeks in Idaho. They found “savings have been elusive because so many costs. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

Deciphering the 'caw-caw-caw' of crows: biologists study bird talk

cbc.ca, Dec. 10, 2017
The caw-caw-caw of crows is a familiar fall sound around British Columbia and, until now, their cacophony has been indecipherable. Researchers at University of Washington Bothell, north of Seattle, want to change that and determine what all the noise is about.

Civil Rights Spat Takes Center Stage in Education

usnews.com, Dec. 8, 2017
Two major Obama-era civil rights regulations that the Trump administration is considering eliminating were front and center Friday as the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights held a hearing on federal laws designed to protect students of color with disabilities from discriminatory disciplinary actions. Other research from the Center on Reinventing Public Education delves into how Washington, D.C., and New Orleans have more successfully tackled the discipline issue. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

Murder of crows’ cacophony decoded as researchers eavesdrop on conversation

eandt.theiet.org, Dec. 8, 2017
What do crows talk about (caw-k about?) all day? Scientists at the University of Washington Bothell are hoping to find out, eavesdropping on rooftop conversations with hidden microphones.

Youth Court in action Monday

Heraldnet.com, Dec. 7, 2017
Bothell Youth Court is a community-based partnership between the University of Washington Bothell, the Northshore School District and Bothell Municipal Court.

BARBARA BERMAN’S 2017 HOLIDAY POETRY SHOUT-OUT

therumpus.net, Dec. 7, 2017
In keeping with Rumpus tradition, Barbara Berman reviews collections of poetry and books on poetics that would be perfect for any reader on your holiday shopping list—or for yourself. The University of Washington Bothell hosted a lecture last year by Aaron Shurin, author of “Flowers & Sky.”

A ‘portfolio’ of schools? How a nationwide effort to disrupt urban school districts is gaining traction

chalkbeat.org, Dec. 6, 2017
Several years ago, Indianapolis Public Schools looked like a lot of urban school districts. Those ideas came originally from the academic world, specifically the University of Washington, where a professor named Paul Hill founded the Center on Reinventing Public Education in 1993. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

Eavesdropping on crows? Researchers fill rooftops with wiretaps to listen

ibtimes.sg, Dec. 5, 2017
Usually crows congregate on every dark winter's night, before and after sleep and they make noise that sounds like ruckus but researchers from the University of Washington, Bothell are determined to decipher it.

UW BOTHELL FULFILLS EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF STUDENTS, REGION

nwnews.com, Dec. 5, 2017
BOTHELL, Washington — Student enrollment figures released for the 2017-18 academic year demonstrate the commitment of the University of Washington Bothell to provide access to an excellent UW education and, in particular, to serve a diverse and often underserved population from across the region.

Rooftop wiretap aims to learn what crows gossip about at dusk

eurekalert.org, Dec. 5, 2017
What are crows saying when their loud cawing fills a dark winter's evening? Curious about these raucous exchanges, researchers at the University of Washington Bothell are listening in.

Rooftop Wiretap Aims to Learn What Crows Gossip About at Dusk

aau.edu, Dec. 5, 2017
What are crows saying when their loud cawing fills a dark winter’s evening? Curious about these raucous exchanges, researchers at the University of Washington Bothell are listening in.

What draws so many Snohomish County students to UW Bothell?

bothell-reporter.com, Dec. 4, 2017
More than one in four students at University of Washington Bothell this fall comes from Snohomish County, and Henry M. Jackson High in Mill Creek remains its top feeder school, according to enrollment records.

Lake: In a Deeply Flawed ‘Analysis,’ the Associated Press Blames Public Charter Schools for America’s Segregated Cities

the74million.org, Dec. 4, 2017

History repeats itself. Unfortunately, so does irresponsible analysis. By Robin Lake, director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education as well as affiliate faculty at the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington Bothell.

Councilmember Mosqueda's Staff

seattle.gov, Dec. 4, 2017
The staff for newly elected Seattle City Council member Teresa Mosqueda includes Legislative Assistant / Office Manager Farlde Cueva, who attended University of Washington Bothell, and Legislative Assistant / Community Outreach Aretha Basu, a UW Bothell graduate.

What draws so many Snohomish County students to UW Bothell?

heraldnet.com, Dec. 3, 2017
Lynnwood, Everett and Mill Creek students account for much of the school’s growing enrollment.

Betsy DeVos Allies See New Obstacle to School Choice Efforts: Trump

nytimes.com, Dec. 2, 2017
NASHVILLE — Education Secretary Betsy DeVos often rattles off the list of detractors standing in the way of expanding school choices for the nation’s children: the unions, the Democrats, the protesters and the bureaucrats. Robin Lake, the director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education, said Ms. DeVos’s strong messaging could sometimes be off-putting, especially at a time when personal attacks are a common retort of the administration. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.


November


Opinion: Seattle area must prepare for cyberattacks like we do for earthquakes

bizjournals.com, Nov. 30, 2017
More than one in three people are affected by cyberattacks. By University of Washington Bothell Chancellor Wolf Yeigh.

UW Bothell fulfills educational needs of students, region

bothell-reporter.com, Nov. 30, 2017
Student enrollment figures released for the 2017-18 academic year demonstrate the University of Washington Bothell’s to provide access to education and, in particular, to serve a diverse and often underserved population from across the region.

Ralliers flood in support during bond hearing for UW student detained by immigration authorities

dailyuw.com, Nov. 29, 2017
Cars and a bus full of protesters flocked to the Northwest Detention Center (NWDC) in Tacoma for a rally and teach-in to show solidarity regarding the detention of UW student Bangally Fatty, on the morning of his bond hearing Nov. 28. UW Bothell comparative ethnic studies assistant professor Dan Berger discussed how Fatty’s case related to larger issues such as mass incarceration and criminalization.

University of Washington fall 2017 entering class sets record

kxly.com, Nov. 29, 2017
SEATTLE, Wash - The University of Washington announced Wednesday, November 29, that according to finalized census numbers, it welcomed the most diverse class of new students across all three campuses, and the largest number of Washington residents in UW history. Total enrollment increased across all three campuses from 56,656 to 57,866 (46,686 in Seattle, 5,995 at UW Bothell and 5,185 at UW Tacoma), continuing a progressive increase over the past decade.

If we spend more, will we get better schools?

getschooled.blog.myajc.com, Nov. 29, 2017
In the last 20 years, I’ve attended so many seminars and read so many reports on school financing I could have earned a college minor by now. Considered a leading national school financing expert, Marguerite Roza joked she’s devoted her lifework looking for an answer that didn’t exist. Roza is a senior researcher with the Center on Reinventing Public Education, which is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

Lubchuk graduates from University of Washington Bothell

southwhidbeyrecord.com, Nov. 29, 2017
Shelby Lubchuk, the daughter of Dennis and Luana Lubchuk of Clinton, recently graduated from the University of Washington Bothell (UWB).

School Choice Creates Challenges for Parents. What Are Cities Doing to Help?

edweek.org, Nov. 28, 2017
School choice has created unique challenges for cities—especially when it comes to making sure parents can navigate all the school options before them. Those are among the findings in a study from the Center on Reinventing Public Education, one of two reports out this month that look at how parents react to having more school choices. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

Deleting the Deletionists

mediacommons.futureofthebook.org, Nov. 27, 2017
On January 20, 2017, the White House website changed. By Amaranth Borsuk — University of Washington, Bothell — School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences.

Transportation Remains a Barrier to Choice, Charter School Access

busdays.com, Nov. 27, 2017
As a result, only one-third of the 18 cities studied – which ranged from New York City to New Orleans, Los Angeles to Houston, Washington, D.C. to Chicago, and Boston to Kansas City – showed “statistically significant gains” in math and reading proficiency, though a majority of the cities showed “some improvement” in graduation rates. The Center for Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell released its report analyzing how the urban cities are responding to increasing school choice options for students, provided by both school districts and charter schools.

Confused By Your Public School Choices? Hire A Coach

npr.org, Nov. 27, 2017
Erin Roth faced a tough choice in 2015. She needed to select a school for one of her two daughters. Christine Campbell, a researcher at the Center on Reinventing Public Education, agrees that school choice — and the poor systems in place to help parents make informed decisions — can create or deepen inequality. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

UW Bothell Pub Talk looks at Greenhouse Gas Mystery

heraldnet.com, Nov. 22, 2017
The Greenhouse Gas Mystery is the topic for the next UW Bothell Pub Night Talk at McMenamins.

TRANSPORTATION REMAINS A BARRIER TO CHOICE, CHARTER SCHOOL ACCESS

stnonline.com, Nov. 22, 2017
The latest research on school choice and charters indicates that two-thirds of the nation’s largest cities still lack free public transportation to programs. The Center for Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell released its report analyzing how the urban cities are responding to increasing school choice options for students, provided by both school districts and charter schools.

His Eye Makeup Is Way Better Than Yours

nytimes.com, Nov. 22, 2017
Would you be inclined to buy makeup because a 10-year-old boy is showing you how to create a look on Instagram? Yet for a male influencer like Kevin Ninh, 21, known as Flawless Kevin on Instagram and YouTube, simply putting on makeup and taking photos should be only part of the message. Mr. Ninh is now at the University of Washington Bothell, where he is double-majoring in media communications and gender, women and sexuality studies.

Holiday spirits walk in Downtown Bothell

bothell-reporter.com, Nov. 21, 2017
Downtown Bothell will host a holiday wine, beer and spirits walk on Dec. 9 to celebrate the holidays with the community. The event is sponsored by the University of Washington Bothell and tickets cost $25 in advance or $30 at the door.

UW professor speaks on greenhouse gases at McMenamins Anderson School

bothell-reporter.com, Nov. 20, 2017
A University of Bothell professor will speak on greenhouse gases and carbon footprints at the McMenamins Anderson School on Nov. 28.

Mostly White NCAA Champions Visit White House

diversityinc.com, Nov. 20, 2017
The group of athletes from 18 NCAA championship teams visiting the White House last week was very similar to President Donald Trump’s administration: they were nearly all white and not representative of the nation at large. The University of Washington’s women’s rowing team, which appears to be entirely white, also went to the White House. NCAA female rowing athletes are just under three-quarters white. But on all three of the University of Washington’s campuses — Seattle, Tacoma and Bothell — the undergraduate student population is no more than 45 percent white.

UW Bothell Pub Night Talk at McMenamins: “The Greenhouse Gas Mystery”

shorelineareanews.com, Nov. 18, 2017
Surya Pathak, associate professor in the School of Business at UW Bothell will speak on “The Greenhouse Gas Mystery: Reducing the Global Carbon Footprint” 7 pm Tuesday, November 28, 2017, at Haynes’ Hall, McMenamins Anderson School, 18607 Bothell Way NE, Bothell.

Family Engagement Key to School Choice Efforts Succeeding; New Report Finds Promising Signs in 18 Cities

the74million.org, Nov. 14, 2017
Family engagement is key to getting education reform and school choice right, panelists said Tuesday at an event in Washington. “There is so much goodwill around the [education reform] strategies that are being deployed,” but leaders are often charging forward and missing opportunities to engage families and community leaders, said Robin Lake, director of the Center for Reinventing Public Education, an education research center at the University of Washington Bothell.

National Alliance Statement on CRPE Report

publiccharters.org, Nov. 14, 2017
Today the Center for Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) released a new report examining 18 cities that are pursuing an improvement strategy that gives families choice among public school options, both district and charter. CRPE is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

Where is the #MeToo for sexual harassment against immigrant workers?

seattletimes.com, Nov. 13, 2017
Current popular and social media attention on sexual harassment and violence toward women is both devastating and hopeful. One of the authors of the op-ed is Victoria Breckwich Vasquez of UW Bothell.

Meu sonho se torna realidade (My Dream Comes True)

washington.edu, Nov. 13, 2017
Brazil has always been a dream of mine: the soccer, the beautiful beaches, and the uplifting samba music. Fortunately, this summer I was able to live my dream and go study abroad in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil where my program focused on Afro-Brazilian culture. By Yesenia Valasquez, Foster Undergraduate who participated in the UW Bothell Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences Brazil: Afro-Cultures of Brazil Exploration Seminar during Early Fall Start 2017.

Geeks Give Back: Help us raise more than $1 million for STEM education

geekwire.com, Nov. 13, 2017
We’re in the midst of our largest philanthropic fundraising effort of the year. Those are people like Lyn Boyd, a WSOS scholar who received a B.S. in biology from the University of Washington-Bothell and now is the youngest member of Seattle Children’s therapeutic cell production corps.

Take your earbuds out and greet the veterans among us

heraldnet.com, Nov. 12, 2017
There are 230 of them at UW Bothell, where they and other students planted hundreds of U.S. flags. The act was repeated many times earlier this week at the University of Washington Bothell where specks of red, white and blue dappled the lawn along a well-travelled campus walkway.

Still silenced: Sexual harassment of farm workers rarely makes headlines

yakimaherald.com, Nov. 11, 2017
YAKIMA, Wash. – At the Yakima fruit-packing warehouse where she works, Gabriela is sexually harassed almost daily. Supervisors’ singular priority to be as productive as possible for the company also leads to cutting corners and workplace violations, said Victoria Breckwich with the University of Washington’s Pacific Northwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center (PNASH). Victoria Breckwich Vasquez is an assistant professor at the University of Washington Bothell School of Nursing & Health Studies.

Rotary honors Students of the Month

heraldnet.com, Nov. 11, 2017
The South Everett-Mukilteo Rotary Club recently recognized its Students of the Month for September and October. Camryn Chapman, Cascade High School, is involved in school leadership and cheer. She hopes to study psychology at the University of Washington Bothell.

When Military Service Is Complete

425business.com, Nov. 9, 2017
When a service member leaves military service, the transition from a stiffly regimented environment to an easygoing civilian life can be jarring, to say the least. However, many schools, such as the University of Washington Bothell, have social organizations under the auspices of Student Veterans of America, which meet regularly and provide veterans a sense of comradery that is otherwise missing from their classrooms.

Inside the $1 Million Fight to Hold South Carolina’s For-Profit Virtual Charter Schools Accountable

the74million.org, Nov. 7, 2017
When South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster stepped onto the stage at Charter Schools USA’s annual summit in August, it was to thunderous applause. Robin Lake, director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education, was one of the researchers behind the report. She says one striking element is how little time virtual students spend with their teachers. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

International alum finds her path to Microsoft through Shoreline

shoreline.edu, Nov. 7, 2017
When Evelyn Mahasin came to Shoreline from Jakarta, Indonesia in the fall of 2014, she wasn’t sure what she wanted to study. Now, thanks to some supportive faculty and her on-campus experiences, she’s finishing up a degree in Computer Science and Software Engineering at University of Washington Bothell and already has a job at Microsoft waiting for her after graduation.

Invasive species: free UW Bothell research presentation

shorelineareanews.com, Nov. 6, 2017
David Stokes, professor, UW Bothell School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, will be joined by other UW Bothell faculty to present information on invasive species.

Lets Travel, UW Style!

thetacomaledger.com, Nov. 6, 2017
Whether it’s France, Italy or even Rome — the choices you have courtesy of UW are endless, and the experience you get is priceless. You are more than welcome to participate in a UW Seattle or UW Bothell program regardless if you are a UWT student.

Researcher to Talk About Improving Teacher Preparation

news.uark.edu, Nov. 6, 2017
Dan Goldhaber, vice president of the American Institutes for Research in Washington, D.C., will give a lecture at noon Friday, Nov. 10 on the University of Arkansas campus as part of the Department of Education Reform lecture series. He is also a professor at the University of Washington Bothell, directs the Center for Education Data & Research and co-edits Education Finance and Policy.

Windfall to hold benefit concert for UW Bothell Student Veteran Association

bothell-reporter.com, Nov. 4, 2017
To cap off Veterans Day, the musicians of Windfall will hold a benefit concert to support the Student Veteran Association at the University of Bothell.

Detroit rebellion focus of symposium at Wayne Law

legalnews.com, Nov. 3, 2017
The Journal of Law in Society at Wayne State University Law School will present its 2017 symposium “Why Detroit Rebelled: The Intersection of Racism and Social Control in the City,” on Friday, Nov. 17. Delivering the keynote address at 9:30 a.m. will be Dr. Scott Kurashige of the University of Washington Bothell School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences.

Poll: Charters less popular, but vouchers less contentious

southcoasttoday.com, Nov. 3, 2017
WASHINGTON — Support for opening more charter schools has dropped significantly among Americans, but there’s less opposition to expanding private school voucher programs, as the Trump administration continues its push for school choice, according to a recent survey. Robin Lake, director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education, a non-partisan research and policy organization, said the Trump administration’s rhetoric has only deepened partisan tensions around charter schools. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell

Flowers & Sky by Aaron Shurin; Entre Rios Books, $12

ebar.com, Nov. 2, 2017
San Francisco poet Aaron Shurin gave two lectures in 2016, each establishing a "governing image" that channeled him "back into my own work in a kind of recursive voyage of discovery." The second lecture, delivered while participating on a panel called "What is poetics?" as part of the University of Washington/Bothell's Fall Convergence in Poetry, meditates on the reasons why, as pointed out by a curious reader, the word and imagery of the "sky" appear so often throughout Shurin's poetry.

Keeping the Lights On: solar manufacturers and installers face an uncertain market

oregonbusiness.com, Nov. 1, 2017
On a sunny afternoon in a Beaverton suburb, longhaired solar installers from Portland-based Elemental Energy heft panels from a crate stamped “Made in Korea.” Itek has completed commercial-scale projects for the Bainbridge Island City Hall, King County Aquatic Center and the University of Washington Bothell Library.


October


Lt. Governor Continues Statewide Economic Development Tour, Visits Tri-Cities, Snohomish, and Kitsap County

ltgov.wa.gov, Oct. 30, 2017
The Lt. Governor Habib has continued his statewide outreach focused on economic developments, traveling to the Tri-City region, Snohomish County, and Kitsap County over the past three weeks to engage with local stakeholders on issues of job growth, workforce development, and creating international opportunities for communities across the state. The Everett University Center uses a 2+2 model, where students complete two years at a community college and then transfer into a bachelors program through any of the universities at the consortium, which includes Washington State University, Western Washington University, Hope International University, University of Washington Bothell, and Eastern Washington University.

The Russian Spies Who Fooled Seattle

seattlemet.com, Oct. 30, 2017
You had to get the passphrase just right. In the early 2000s Ince was an assistant professor of finance at UW Bothell and has fond memories of the couple who sat at the back of his investments classroom in 2006.

“Vaccine Controversy” topic of talk at McMenamins in Bothell

heraldnet.com, Oct. 30, 2017
Dan Bustillos, assistant professor in the UW Bothell School of Nursing & Health Studies, will discuss The Vaccine Controversy: Uncovering the Human Stories to Foster Healthier Conversations. The presentation is from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Haynes’ Hall, McMenamins Anderson School, 18607 Bothell Way NE, Bothell. This free discussion is open to all ages.

THE REBELLIONS THAT CHANGED U.S. HISTORY

jagadees.wordpress.com, Oct. 30, 2017
Newark and Detroit rebellions of 1967. Co-author is Scott Kurashige of the University of Washington Bothell.

The World’s 10 Most Innovative Universities in 2017

trueviralnews.com, Oct. 26, 2017
So what the world’s most innovative universities we hear you ask? Well, luckily for you Reuters released a report on just that subject last month. 7. University of Washington, United States of America. Established in 1861, the University of Washington is actually a public research university spread over three campuses in Seattle, Tacoma, and Bothell.

Cantwell To Trump Administration: Reverse Harmful Cuts To Cybersecurity Budget

energy.senate.gov, Oct. 26, 2017
Cantwell announces first of its kind energy cybersecurity event at University of Washington, Bothell.

My Future NC will set a statewide education plan for K-12 and higher education

dailytarheel.com, Oct. 26, 2017
Leaders in education, business, philanthropy and government across North Carolina have come together to form My Future NC — a statewide commission focused on setting comprehensive attainment goals for the state’s education system. Jordan Posamentier, deputy policy director at the Center on Reinventing Public Education, said it is important for the commission to consider that the policies they recommend will be the responsibility of local community members to carry out. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

Young immigrants reflect on the end of DACA

seattleglobalist.com, Oct. 25, 2017
Ray Corona arrived in the United States in 2001. “So I graduated and started to work at the admission office at the UW-Bothell Campus,” Corona said.

Design Eats the World: ‘Privacy by Design’ is not just for companies

dailyuw.com, Oct. 25, 2017
We live in the age of massive data breaches. “I could argue that there is no app that has no vulnerabilities,” said Barbara Endicott-Popovsky, executive director at the Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity and lead instructor for the Certificate in Information Security & Risk Management at the UW. CIAC is based at University of Washington Bothell.

A Pragmatic Approach to Systems Reform

educationnext.org, Oct. 25, 2017
The 25th anniversary of chartering is an opportunity to take stock of this policy innovation’s greatest contribution: changing our understanding of what constitutes a public-education system. To be sure, a number of writers (including Robin Lake, Ashley Jochim, and others at the Center for Reinventing Public Education; Chester Finn, Bruno Manno, and Brandon Wright; Neerav Kingsland; Joe Siedlecki; and more) have also produced valuable work on the systemic elements of this innovation. CRPE is affiliated with UW Bothell.

How to make the most of your child’s IEP meeting

watertowndailytimes.com, Oct. 25, 2017
When Lacey met her daughter’s new teacher, she came prepared — with cake. “The IEP team and its members should always be a parent’s first line of defense, especially since there [is] always a special educator, general educator and school administrator on the team,” says Sivan Tuchman, a professor at the University of Washington’s Center on Reinventing Public Education.

The Homemaker Who Helped Solve One of Geometry's Oldest Puzzles

msn.com, Oct. 24, 2017
The next time you find yourself staring at your bathroom floor tiles, thank Marjorie Rice. In 2015, mathematicians Jennifer McLoud-Mann, Casey Mann, and David von Derau at the University of Washington, Bothell, found the 15th class of tessellating pentagon using a supercomputer.

Kids Count: Immigrants and Their Children Face Challenges on Path to Opportunity

Edweek.org, Oct. 24, 2017
Children of immigrants are more likely to struggle in school and more likely to live in poverty, a new Annie E. Casey Foundation report concludes. A 2016 report from the Center on Reinventing Public Education, a research and policy analysis group at the University of Washington Bothell, found that new student populations often tax districts' funding sources, highlight the need for a more diverse teaching corps, and reveal divisive community sentiment about immigrants.

ROTARACT AT UW BOTHELL

nwnews.com, Oct. 24, 2017
The Rotaract Club at the University of Washington Bothell had a fantastic turnout at their First General Membership Meeting on October 12th.

The Story of Our Water - Campus Research Connections

ci.bothell.wa.us, Oct. 24, 2017
Professor Robert Turner, Ph.D. from UW Bothell, Eric Adman from the Sno-King Watershed Council, and Andy Loch from the City of Bothell come together to share research and concerns over the health of the waters in our local streams. This discussion is presented by the UW Bothell Office of Research.

When saving the rural schoolhouse means a different kind of school

csmonitor.com, Oct. 23, 2017
In August, River Grove, a K-6 charter school established and run by members of the local community in Marine on St. Croix, Minn. (pop. 694), welcomed its inaugural student body, drawing 166 students from the town and the surrounding area. "In rural areas ... some communities are seeing chartering as a resource rather than a threat," says Paul T. Hill, founder of the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell.

UW Bothell Pub Night Talk takes on vaccine controversy

shorelineareanews.com, Oct. 20, 2017
The vaccine controversy will be the topic of UW Bothell Pub Night Talk at McMenamins on Halloween, 7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017.

Attallah College to host third Roundtable on Excellent Schools

blogs.chapman.edu, Oct. 19, 2017
Chapman University’s Donna Ford Attallah College of Educational Studies is launching an ePrize, or “education Prize,” to foster collaboration among local districts and charter schools around innovations that improve educational outcomes for underserved students in Orange County. Roundtable panel includes Sarah Yatsko,s a Senior Research Analyst at the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) at the University of Washington Bothell.

Homecoming at Waterville

empire-press.com, Oct. 18, 2017
Homecoming is an exciting time for the entire community but it was especially so at Waterville School the week of Oct. 9-14. Returning from the University of Washington in Bothell to crown the king and queen was last year’s queen, Evelyn Negrete.

5 ways to make the most of your child’s IEP meeting

washingtonpost.com, Oct. 18, 2017
When Lacey met her daughter’s new teacher, she came prepared — with cake. “The IEP team and its members should always be a parent’s first line of defense, especially since there [is] always a special educator, general educator and school administrator on the team,” says Sivan Tuchman, a professor at the University of Washington’s Center on Reinventing Public Education. The center is affiliated with University of Washington Bothell.

Desegregated, Differently

http://prospect.org, Oct. 18, 2017
Hartford, Connecticut, is struggling. Teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, the state’s tiny capital wrestles with many of the same economic challenges as other predominantly poor post-industrial cities along the East Coast. Since 2006, Hartford’s then-superintendent, Steve Adamowski, had pushed a plan to transform Hartford Public Schools into an all-choice “portfolio” district, a national strategy backed by the Seattle-based Center on Reinventing Public Education. The center is affiliated with University of Washington Bothell.

A flexible "third way" option: Partnership schools on the rise

edexcellence.net, Oct. 17, 2017
Across the country, in Atlanta, Camden, Indianapolis and at least ten other cities, more schools are operating under a kind of partnership school model: a “third way” governance strategy that breaks through district-charter divides. Author Christine Campbell is a senior research analyst and policy director at the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell.

Bothell City Council Meeting 3 of 3

youtube.com, Oct. 17, 2017
Public Hearing regarding 2017 UW Bothell/Cascadia College Campus Master Plan/Code Amendments/Development Agreement.

Researchers Detect Gravitational Waves from Colliding Neutron Stars

spaceref.com, Oct. 16, 2017
About 130 million years ago in the distant galaxy, two neutron stars spiraled toward each other and merged. That will mean more data to analyze for Assistant Professor Joey Key and her group at UW Bothell, which includes researcher Matt DePies and students Andrew Clark, Holly Gummelt, Paul Marsh, Jomardee Perkins and Katherine Reyes.

Snohomish and King counties court Amazon for second home

scnews.com, Oct. 16, 2017
Snohomish County wants Amazon to consider north county for its second headquarters. “Exciting things are happening in Snohomish County, including light rail, commercial service at Paine Field, UW Bothell, WSU Everett, and lots of growth,” said Executive Dave Somers.

Documents Reveal How San Diego Unified Urges Struggling Students to Find New Schools

voiceofsandiego.org, Oct. 16, 2017
Genesees Romero knew she was struggling at Patrick Henry High, even before the guidance counselor called her into the office. The fact that different schools in the same city and school district have different graduation requirements creates an incentive for schools to simply push lower-performing students into the programs from which it’s easier to graduate, said Robin Lake, director of the Center for Reinventing Public Education, which researches education policy. The center is affiliated with University of Washington Bothell.

Spend a fifth year in college? Fewer Washington students stick around that long

seattletimes.com, Oct. 15, 2017
The University of Washington is the state’s flagship institution and a powerhouse of scientific research, but a decade ago, it was no standout when it came to how many students graduated in four years. At UW Bothell, table shows 41 percent of first-time, full-time freshmen graduated within four years in 2015, 63 percent in five years and 70 percent in six years.

Why I’ve Started to Fear My Fellow Social Justice Activists

yesmagazine.org, Oct. 13, 2017
Callout culture. The quest for purity. Privilege theory taken to extremes. I’ve observed some of these questionable patterns in my activist communities over the past several years. By Frances Lee, a student at UW Bothell.

UW Bothell Autonomous Tricycle

gadgetify.com, Oct. 13, 2017
We have covered a bunch of cool autonomous cars and motorcycles here in the past. As it turns out, an autonomous tricycle has been developed at the University of Washington Bothell.

A Standoff in the Education Wars

usnews.com, Oct. 13, 2017
On the surface, it appears that a winner has emerged in the battle between charter and traditional public schools – charter opponents, from teachers unions to superintendents to wealthy progressive parents who conclude that anything President Trump favors must be evil. Recently, the Center for Reinventing Public Education sketched out examples of "partnership" schools, where traditional districts bow to parental demand for better schools by allowing charters inside their district to take over troubled schools. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

Out of options, rural communities turn to charters to keep schooling local

csmonitor.com, Oct. 12, 2017
Like many towns its size, Marine on St. Croix, Minn. – population 694 – is all too familiar with the challenge of keeping a small rural school alive. "In rural areas ... some communities are seeing chartering as a resource rather than a threat," says Paul T. Hill, founder of the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell.

SCHOLARS FOR PUERTO RICO RELIEF

repeatingislands.com, Oct. 11, 2017
Two weeks after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, conditions are still dire and in some regions actually worsening. Scholars include Jade Power-Sotomayor of the University of Washington Bothell.

How This Seattle Organization Helps Adults With Special Needs

parentmap.com, Oct. 10, 2017
The day Yon van Marle turned 21, his family celebrated with mini-golf, laser tag and go karts. Seeing a need for peer mentors, ABC partnered with students from the University of Washington, Bothell, to create a mentoring program.

District Schools? Charters? In Indianapolis, Partnership Schools Offer a Third Way

the74million.org, Oct. 8, 2017
In 1997, Paul Hill published his book Reinventing Public Education: How Contracting Can Transform America’s Schools (the center where I work at the University of Washington was founded on the ideas presented). Sean Gill is a research analyst at the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell.

The Nobel Prize: South Whidbey grad’s research contributed to coveted physics award

southwhidbeyrecord.com, Oct. 7, 2017
A South Whidbey grad who played a role in observing and studying ripples in the fabric of space-time found out Tuesday that her efforts have led to a Nobel Prize in Physics. The mother of two is currently an assistant professor of physics at the University of Washington Bothell.

5 Snohomish County cities and the tribes join an Amazon bid

heraldnet.com, Oct. 6, 2017
EVERETT — Regional leaders are teaming up to persuade Amazon that there’s more to the Puget Sound area than Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood, where most of the internet behemoth’s nerve centers are now clustered.

King, Snohomish join forces to draw Amazon HQ

http://komonews.com, Oct. 5, 2017
SEATTLE -- King and Snohomish counties are working together to attract Amazon's second headquarters. Exciting things are happening in Snohomish County, including light rail, commercial service at Paine Field, UW Bothell, WSU Everett, and lots of growth.

Cascadia College offers career track degrees in biology, homeland security emergency management

bothell-reporter.com, Oct. 5, 2017
Cascadia College is offering two new associate degrees for students this fall. “We need to build tomorrow’s emergency managers today,” said Darren Branum, Emergency Preparedness Manager for Cascadia College and the UW Bothell campus, in a press release.

Increased competition can lead to improved traditional public schools in Minnesota

startribune.com, Oct. 4, 2107
Alternatives to traditional public schools — namely open enrollment and charter programs — have taken hold in Minnesota in a big way. If they’re unable to reverse declining enrollment, districts should slow down or stop creating additional legacy costs “such as new buildings or maintaining unsustainable concessions when collective bargaining agreements are renegotiated,” the Center on Reinventing Public Education, a University of Washington Bothell research group, concluded in a report released last month.

Detroit 1967: There's Still A Debate Over What To Call It

wmot.org, Oct. 4, 2017
It was after 3 a.m. on a Sunday: July 23, 1967. "There was an undeniable sense that the police were there to protect some, and to contain and intimidate others," says Scott Kurashige, who teaches American and ethnic studies at the University of Washington Bothell.

They’re sick. They can’t pay their bills. So they turn to the Internet for help

macon.com, Oct. 4, 2017
Maurice Tanner has some good days but many more bad ones. A study by the University of Washington/Bothell says in the marketplace of digital health care fundraising, there is no level playing field.

No-surprise Nobel: LIGO physicists win prize for gravitational wave discoveries

geekwire.com, Oct. 3, 2017
This year’s Nobel Prize for physics is going, unsurprisingly, to three people who represent the hundreds of researchers behind the first direct detection of gravitational waves at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory, or LIGO. Joey Shapiro Key, a fellow physicist and LIGO collaborator at UW-Bothell, agreed that it’s “an exciting day for LIGO and for gravitational wave astronomy.”

UW Bothell prepares students to meet the demand in cybersecurity

bothell-reporter.com, Oct. 3, 2017
There were one million cyber-security job openings in the United States in 2016. Endicott-Popovsky, Ph.D., is the executive director of the University of Washington Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity, which is headquartered at UW Bothell.

Who Is the ‘Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act’ Protecting?

rewire.news, Oct. 2, 2017
Just hours after Senate Republicans’ latest effort to gut the Affordable Care Act (ACA) died before a vote, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) announced a Tuesday vote on House Resolution 36(HR 36), a bill criminalizing abortion care at the arbitrary 20-week cutoff point. Co-author is Meghan Eagen-Torkko of the University of Washington Bothell.

TENNESSEE EDUCATION REPORT

tnedreport.com, Oct. 2, 2017
Nashville School Board members Amy Frogge and Will Pinkston took to the blog Seattle Education to issue a warning about the Center for Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) housed at the University of Washington Bothell.

UW Bothell ‘Think Tank’ CRPE Aims to Dismantle Public Education

seattleducation.com, Oct. 1, 2017
Many Washingtonians may not realize it, but the University of Washington Bothell is harboring an organization that’s intent on dismantling public education in America.


September


EMERALD VOICES: ALEJANDRA PÉREZ

southseattleemerald.com, Sept. 29, 2017
ALEJANDRA PÉREZ, 23 years old, is energetic, passionate, often fiery. She attended the University of Washington Bothell, earned her Bachelor’s degree in 2016, and will be starting her Master’s in Education program there next week.

National Alliance for Public Charter Schools: Congratulates recipients of 2017 U.S. Department of Education charter schools program grants

wispolitics.com, Sept. 29, 2017
Today the U.S. Department of Education announced the recipients of $253M in annual Charter Schools Program (CSP) Grants, the first such awards under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Separate studies by the Center on Reinventing Public Education and Mathematica Policy Research have found that charter school students are more likely to graduate from high school, go on to college, stay in college and have higher earnings in early adulthood. CRPE is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

4 Ways to Navigate Your Child’s Special Education

parentmap.com, Sept. 29, 2017
One way to tackle this is by separating challenges into categories and learning who is responsible for solving each type of problem. Sivan Tuchman, Ph.D., a faculty member at the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington, Bothell, emphasizes that kids with special needs face two very different types of challenges: practical and policy. Every week, I get another email from a stranger. These strangers are friends of friends, parents of kids with special needs.

Why public school advocates worry about tax reform

politico.com, Sept. 28, 2017
The long-awaited tax plan rolled out by President Donald Trump and Republican leadership puts public school advocates on edge — and not because it seeks to expand school choice, as Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and some allies wanted. A new report from the Center on Reinventing Public Education recommends that urban school districts and charter school leaders “collaborate to solve the problems associated with declining enrollment so that all students can have access to a high-quality education.” CRPE is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

The recovery of Jasiel Favors

sbnation.com, Sept. 28, 2017
Jasiel Favors was motionless on the ground for 20 minutes. A University of Washington Bothell study found that personal medical campaigns were more likely to come from states that chose not to expand Medicaid under the ACA, Texas especially.

Best Online Schools in Washington State Ranked by Online College Plan

prnewswire.com, Sept. 27, 2017
TACOMA, Wash., Sept. 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ – Washington state is appealing for many reasons, being home to not only the space needle but also the restaurant that sits on top of it! 5. University of Washington--Bothell Campus (Bothell, Washington)

BC nursing program adapts to needs of transfer students

thewatchdogonline.com, Sept. 26, 2017
Recently, the Bellevue College nursing program has begun implementing a new pathway to a bachelor’s degree in nursing by making the transition easier between BC level courses and other universities in Washington. Including universities such as University of Washington Bothell campus, University of Washington Tacoma campus and Washington State University.

Somers releases $252 million proposed budget for Snohomish County

scnews.com, Sept. 26, 2017
On Thursday, Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers delivered his 2018 budget recommendations to Snohomish County Council. “With commercial air service and light rail coming, UW Bothell and the new WSU campus both growing, a redeveloping Port of Everett, there are a lot of exciting things happening in Snohomish County.”

Seattle NECA Convention Features Amy Purdy, Jim Donald and Ben Saunders

http://bizwireexpress.com, Sept. 26, 2017
BETHESDA, Md. (PRWEB) September 26, 2017 Three inspiring mavericks will address the 2017 National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) Annual Convention & Trade Show, Oct. 7-10 in Seattle. Donald is an executive-in-residence for the business program at the University of Washington Bothell.

Science scholar

Peninsuladailynews.com, Sept. 25, 2017
Former Clallam Bay High School graduate Kathleen Gonzales received a $1,000 scholarship from the inaugural Orca Bowl competition. Gonzales is a freshman attending the University of Washington, Bothell, campus and majoring in oceanography.

UW Bothell Fall Convergence Reading

Cityartsmagazine.com, Sept. 25
Sunday, Oct. 1, UW Bothell Fall Convergence Reading: It’s UW Bothell’s annual multi-Bothell-writer “Convergence Reading,” this year, on the theme of speculation—specifically, speculative literary forms in a uniquely speculative moment in history.

UW Bothell Pub Night Talk: Extreme teamwork

shorelineareanews.com, Sept. 25, 2017
Deanna Kennedy, associate professor in the School of Business at UW Bothell, will speak on “Teamwork in Extreme Environments: From Surgical Units to NASA Missions” at the UW Bothell Pub Night Talk at McMenamins, 7pm, Tuesday, September 26, 2017.

Why Graham-Cassidy is a Disaster for Reproductive Health and an Assault on Reproductive Justice

Huffingtonpost.com, Sept. 24, 2017
In Congress’ latest attempt to dismantle the health insurance system relied upon by more than 20 million Americans, a Senate bill proposes allowing health plans to deny coverage for existing basic health benefits, including pregnancy and newborn care and prescription drug access. Co-author is Meghan Eagen-Torkko, certified nurse midwife and assistant professor at the University of Washington Bothell.

Microsoft: New Approaches to Philanthropy

4-traders.com, Sept. 23, 2017
For philanthropists hoping to change the world, giving a grant is great, but many are also looking at new approaches toward addressing poverty, climate change or human rights abuses, says Akhtar Badshah, a lecturer with the University of Washington Bothell's School of Business and former head of corporate philanthropy for Microsoft.

How the Fourth Industrial Revolution can help us prepare for the next natural disaster

weforum.org, Sept. 21, 2017
In the wake of recent devastating hurricanes, floods, wildfires and earthquakes in North America, the Caribbean, Latin America and South Asia, preparing for natural disasters has never been more urgent. Author Scott L. David is policy director at the UW’s Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity, which is based at University of Washington Bothell.

How the Fourth Industrial Revolution can help us prepare for the next natural disaster

weforum.org, Sept. 21, 2017
In the wake of recent devastating hurricanes, floods, wildfires and earthquakes in North America, the Caribbean, Latin America and South Asia, preparing for natural disasters has never been more urgent. Author Scott L. David is policy director at the UW’s Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity, which is based at University of Washington Bothell.

The Charter Movement’s ‘Tipping Point’ Strategy Isn’t Working. What Now?

educationnext.org, Sept. 21, 2017
For those in the charter movement who have viewed chartering as a systemic reform strategy (not just an escape hatch for some kids), the prevalent theory of action for the last ten to fifteen years has been a “tipping point” strategy. The Center on Reinventing Public Education has a new report out this week that makes clear that the financial challenges facing such districts arise from irresponsible labor contracts, failure to reduce semi-fixed costs in response to enrollment loss, and rigid and unsustainable pension and health care commitments. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

National Alliance Statement on CRPE Declining Enrollment in Traditional Public Schools Paper

publiccharters.org, Sept. 20, 2017
Washington, D.C.—Earlier this year, the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) held a convening of public education leaders from around the country, including the National Alliance’s Vice President of Research Susan Pendergrass to tackle the topic of declining enrollment in traditional public schools and the role of public charter schools. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

New book uncovers surprising answers to why students drop out

seattletimes.com, Sept. 19, 2017
The problem of high-school dropouts has inspired a pile of tomes seeking to dissect the causes and keep students in school. Co-author Anthony Smith is an associate professor at the University of Washington Bothell School of Educational Studies.

Rising exodus of students puts more pressure on Minnesota schools

startribune.com, Sept. 17, 2017
Holly Heaser always considered herself an advocate for St. Paul’s public schools, but the East Side mother of three faced a dilemma a few years ago when her son approached middle-school age. Asked what she would advise, Robin Lake, director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education, said: “I would encourage them to be less focused on the number of students they serve, or where they are being served, and more focused on serving the kids they do have very well ... Maybe they get smaller and more effective? That’s just fine.” CRPE is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

‘Best of Both Worlds’: Denver Evolves Portfolio Strategy With New Innovation School Model

the74million.org, Sept. 17, 2017
McAuliffe International Middle School will have at least three new staff members this year: another counselor, a full-time psychologist, and a therapy dog. The origins of portfolio districts can be traced back to a report Paul Hill wrote for the RAND Corporation in 1990 studying the characteristics that made certain New York City high schools excellent, said Jordan Posamentier, deputy policy director at the Center for Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell.

Recognizing Emotional Labor in Academe

insidehighered.com, Sept. 15, 2017
I ended last academic year on a high induced by the pride from watching my students graduate and the appreciation communicated via hugs, selfies, gifts and cards. By Julie Shayne, the faculty coordinator of gender, women’s and sexuality studies and a senior lecturer in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington Bothell.

Local student receives $1,000 college scholarship from National Ocean Sciences Bowl

forksforum.com, Sept. 14, 2017
Who knew an ocean sciences competition could help pay for college? She is attending the University of Washington, Bothell campus and majoring in oceanography.

The numbers behind Denver’s “portfolio” of schools: More than half are charter and innovation schools

chalkbeat.org, Sept. 14, 2017
Nationally known for its embrace of school autonomy, Denver Public Schools now has more charter and innovation schools than traditional district-run schools. Another recent report by the Washington state-based Center for Reinventing Public Education examined whether the school choices in Denver and two other “portfolio” cities had become too monolithic. CRPE is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

Academics Against The Privilege Of Academia

imaginingamerica.org, Sept. 13, 2017
As a Cultural Studies scholar, one of my primary concerns is having my scholarship be legible to broader communities. By Frances Lee, a masters student in cultural studies at the University of Washington at Bothell.

Pacific Science Center look for interns from the Lake Washington area

bothell-reporter.com, Sept. 13, 2017
Pacific Science Center’s Lake Washington Internship Program is now accepting applications for the 2017-18 school year. The internship will take place on the University of Washington Bothell campus (18115 Campus Way NE, Bothell, 98011) and will begin on Sept. 28.

‘We’re human beings’ UW Bothell student speaks out to uplift undocumented voices

Bothell-reporter.com, Sept. 12, 2017
Students from the University of Washington Bothell attended the Labor Day with a Dreamer dinner with Rep. Pramila Jayapal.

Hey Amazon, Bothell is the place for your 2nd headquarters

Heraldnet.com, Sept. 12, 2017
EVERETT — Amazon’s search for a home to put a second headquarters could end in Boston, Chicago, Austin or Bothell. Washington State University in Everett, the University of Washington Bothell, and the community colleges can provide a pipeline of skilled workers, Pierce and Palumbo said.

In U.S. News rankings, Washington colleges stay steady, but critics raise more questions about list’s criteria

seattletimes.com, Sept. 11, 2017
Washington’s public and private colleges and universities were rated about the same this year as last in the nation’s most-watched set of college rankings. Other schools that scored high on the “best bang for the buck” measure: The Evergreen State College, 18th; UW Bothell, 18th; and WSU, 20th.

For overwhelmed single mom: Here’s a road map to get your kids to college

Seattletimes.com, Sept. 11, 2017
Many students learn far too late that the requirements for graduating from high school with a diploma do not necessarily match those for getting into college. Alejandra Perez, 23, graduated last June from the University of Washington, Bothell, with a major in American ethnic studies.

McAuliffe inducted to the Northshore School District Wall of Honor

bothell-reporter.com, Sept. 8, 2017
Rosemary McAuliffe was inducted to the Northshore School District Wall of Honor last month in recognition of her lifelong dedication to K-12 and advanced education in Washington. According to a press release, her commitment to higher education brought Cascadia College and the University of Washington Bothell campus to town in 1990s and helped transform the Lake Washington Institute of Technology from a technical college to an institute of technology.

2017-18 PAGE Fellows Selected, Blog Salon Announced

imaginingamerica.org, Sept. 8, 2017
Imagining America (IA) welcomes a new cohort of ten graduate students with a demonstrated commitment to publicly engaged scholarship and the cultural disciplines to the Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) fellows program. Page Fellows: Frances Lee, M.A. student in cultural studies – interdisciplinary arts and sciences at University of Washington – Bothell.

Can Designers Help Colleges Survive in the Age of Rising Tuitions?

metropolismag.com, Sept. 7, 2017
We’re in Portland to discuss the role of the designer in higher education when tuitions are rising and colleges are competing for students. This classroom at UW Bothell pairs collaborative tables with a tiered-classroom layout.

Washington AG Bob Ferguson vows to fight for DACA; announces lawsuit

Kiro7.com, Sept. 6, 2017
Attorney General Bob Ferguson today joined 14 other states and the District of Columbia in a lawsuit against President Donald Trump for ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival program or DACA. DACA grantee Faride Cuevas, was brought here from Mexico at the age of 9. And because of DACA was able to earn her college degree at the University of Washington-Bothell. She’s now a policy aide for King County Councilmember Jeanne Kohl-Welles.

State delegation, Ferguson, Inslee, UW vow to join Dreamers fight

seattletimes.com, Sept. 5, 2017
President Trump’s announcement that he would end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program on Tuesday riled many of Washington’s political, business and education leaders. The University of Washington estimates that as least 120 students, and as many as 400 students, studying on its three campuses — in Seattle, Bothell and Tacoma — were brought here illegally as children.

MALWARE BEWARE: CYBER SECURITY IS ON THE RISE AT UW BOTHELL

nwnews.com, Sept. 5, 2017
“A lot of times people have this idea that cyber security is just sitting behind a computer typing madly and stopping hackers, but it’s really not like that at all,” said Marc Dupuis, an assistant professor at University of Washington Bothell who teaches in the school’s up-and-coming Master of Science in Cyber Security Engineering program.

It’s hot but it’s hazy too. Should I run the fan tonight?

thenewstribune.com, Sept. 5, 2017
The drift of forest-fire ash across Puget Sound skies has a bit of a bright side: though uncomfortable, it isn’t nearly as bad for you as what fell after the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens. University of Washington professor Dan Jaffe, chairman of the physical sciences division at UW-Bothell, rode his bicycle to the office Tuesday morning while the ash flakes accumulated like early snow on buildings and cars.

WASITRAC and UW host visit from business delegation from India

nwasianweekly.com, Sept. 4, 2017
The Washington State India Trade Relations Action Committee (WASITRAC) and the University of Washington Bothell School of Business hosted a community reception on Aug. 25, in honor of a visiting business delegation from India.

Cliff Mass Weather and Climate Blog

Cliffmass.blogspot.com, Sept. 4, 2017
For many Northwest residents, it is there version of weather hell, but unfortunately we are about to do it again... very warm temperatures (90s) and lots of smoke. Yesterday, I was hiking to Burroughs Mt on the north side of Mt. Rainier (with Professor Dan Jaffe of the UW Bothell, one of our region's leading experts in atmospheric chemistry).

LA Unified pursuing path from ​conflict to district-charter collaboration in how it shares space

dailynews.com, Sept. 2, 2017
Grappling with long-standing tensions related to charter school expansion, Los Angeles Unified Superintendent Michelle King is implementing changes designed to help district-managed schools and charter schools share school buildings and best educational practices — measures designed to promote collaboration and reduce conflicts over access to classrooms. The Center for Reinventing Public Education, a University of Washington Bothell research institute, studies collaboration between charter and district-managed schools nationwide.

Northshore School District hires new director of communications

Heraldnet.com, Sept. 1, 2017
Woodinville resident Lisa Youngblood Hall has been hired as the director of communications for the Northshore School District. Her children attended Northshore District schools and she has been a past volunteer with the district. Previously, Youngblood Hall was the director of media relations and communications for the University of Washington Bothell and a producer at KING-TV.

W&M commemorates 50 years of black students with events, performances

wm.edu, Sept. 1, 2017
The 2017-2018 school year marks the 50th anniversary of the first African-American residential students admitted to William & Mary. Internationally known for his work in physics and physics education, Warren Buck is a professor and chancellor emeritus of the University of Washington, Bothell.

UT Honors Program Fall Symposia Series Kicks Off with Guest Speaker Dan Berger

Ut.edu, Sept. 1, 2017
The University of Tampa’s Fall 2017 Honors Program symposia series will kick off Monday, Sept. 14, with a presentation by Dan Berger, who teaches comparative ethnic studies and U.S. history at the University of Washington Bothell.

Snoqualmie Valley School District announces leadership transitions for the 2017-18 school year

valleyrecord.com, Sept. 1, 2017
In preparation for the beginning of the new school year, the Snoqualmie Valley School District has announced some changes that have been made to leadership at the various schools around the district. Boysen has a bachelor’s degree in speech communications from the University of Washington, and recently completed her master’s degree in educational leadership and her Principal Certification at UW Bothell.

Sign up for Medical Device Summit near UW Bothell

Heraldnet.com, Sept. 1, 2017
The 10th Annual Washington State Medical Device Summit is from 1 to 7 p.m. on Sept. 12 in Mobius Hall at Cascadia Community College at UW Bothell.

HOW ONE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SPARKED A CITYWIDE MOVEMENT TO MAKE BLACK STUDENTS' LIVES MATTER

rethinkingschools.org, fall 2017
It was the morning of September 16, 2016, and a conscious party of resistance, courage, and community uplift was happening on the sidewalk in front of John Muir Elementary in Seattle. Co-auther is Wayne Au, associate professor in the UW Bothell School of Educational Studies.

Keeping a lid on personnel costs: districts find savings through technology, community cooperation and grade reconfiguration.

thefreelibrary.com, Sept. 1, 2017
Districts devote nearly 80 percent of their budgets to personnel costs--leaving little wiggle room for administrators tasked with maintaining fiscal responsibility and boosting the quality of education in a time of nearly stagnant funding. Districts' hands are tied, for instance, by union contracts and government policies, says Paul Hill, founder of the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell.


August


How Medical Crowdfunding Widens Disparities In Access To Care

Forbes.com, Aug. 31, 2017
This summer, I’ve received emails with the following subject lines, all promoting GoFundMe campaigns to cover medical expenses: “Terminal illness leaves tourist stranded in Alaska.” I turned to Nora Kenworthy and Lauren Berliner for some insight. They are assistant professors at the University of Washington Bothell, Kenworthy in the School of Nursing and Health Studies and Berliner in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences.

UW Bothell accounting class could help send someone to jail

Heraldnet.com, Aug. 31, 2017
One of the first rules detectives, prosecutors and journalists learn is “follow the money.” Now students in the University of Washington Bothell’s forensic accounting class are learning that following that money trail can lead to interesting discoveries.

New Illinois Education Law Provides Equitable Funding for Public Charter School Students

publiccharters.org, Aug. 31, 2017
Washington, D.C.—The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools applauds the Illinois General Assembly and Governor Bruce Rauner for passing and signing into law historic legislation that provides a fair funding system for public school students across the state—regardless of their zip code or type of public school they attend. Separate studies by the Center on Reinventing Public Education and Mathematica Policy Research have found that charter school students are more likely to graduate from high school, go on to college, stay in college and have higher earnings in early adulthood. CRPE is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

R is for resistance: The history of anti-racism movements

Kuow.org, Aug. 30, 2017
To mark the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Detroit rebellion, Seattle Public Library hosted a discussion of the factors that create inequality, repression and resistance. Scott Kurashige is a professor of American and Ethnic Studies at the University of Washington, Bothell.

Apply today for a share of new $50k tourism grant | Guest editorial

bothell-reporter.com, Aug. 29, 2017
The City of Bothell has announced a new, $50,000 grant program aimed at bringing new, original events and activities to Bothell. Many groups — from the Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce, to UW Bothell and the city itself — already host successful events, ranging from various beer fests, block parties, wine walks, the Fourth of July parade and more.

Classes Underway At WSU In Everett

myeverettnews.com, Aug. 22
It is the second day of the semester for students at all of the WSU campus locations including here in Everett. There are more classrooms on the third floor and here you’ll find more than 200 students from several other universities in the State under the Everett University Center banner. Western Washington University, University of Washington Bothell, Central Washington University, Hope International University, Eastern Washington University and The Evergreen State College make up the University Center.

UW Bothell professor leads off science pub talks at McMenamins

Heraldnet.com, Aug. 22
If you like dirty talk and drinking beer, then head to the bar on Aug. 29. Dan Jaffe is the featured speaker at the free monthly Pub Night Talks presented by University of Washington at Bothell and McMenamins Anderson School.

Survey: Fewer Americans Like Charter Schools

learningenglish.voanews.com, Aug. 23
American's support for charter schools has dropped significantly in the past year. Robin Lake heads the Center on Reinventing Public education, a research and policy organization. She said the Trump administration's statements have deepened partisan tensions around charter schools. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

Parkland signs on with new cyber school provider

mcall.com, Aug. 28
SOUTH WHITEHALL TOWNSHIP — After seven years with one cyber school provider, Parkland School District has chosen to switch to the one it has been using for summer school. The study was released jointly by the National Study of Online Charter Schools, the Center for Research on Education Outcomes at Stanford University, the Center on Reinventing Public Education and Mathematica Policy Research. CRPE is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

Myths and Realities of Political Violence

mahablog.com, Aug. 20
Every now and then I run into right-wing rants about the prevalence of left-wing violence, in which the author genuinely believes that all Leftists (and minorities, who are presumed Leftists) are extremely violent people. an Berger, an associate professor of comparative ethnic studies at the University of Washington / Bothell, writes: Klansmen, neo-Nazis and other assorted white nationalists described their descent on Charlottesville as a gathering to “Unite the Right.”

Both hotbeds of resistance, what Seattle can learn from Detroit

crosscut.com, Aug. 15
Three years ago, I arrived in Seattle after spending the past fourteen years living in and around Detroit. By Scott Kurashige, professor of American and ethnic studies at the University of Washington Bothell.

Planes, Trains and Mountain Tops

mukilteobeacon.villagesoup.com
Professor Dan Jaffe will present “The Adventures of One Scientist and His Students Studying the Impacts of Humans on Planet Earth” as the second installment of the Pub Talks series sponsored by UW Bothell, at 7 p.m. Aug. 29 at McMenamins.

What Abolitionists Do

jacobinmag.com, Aug. 24
Abolition has always been a bold project. Co-author is Associate Professor Dan Berger of University of Washington Bothell.

When white supremacists strike, police don’t always strike back

Washingtonpost.com, Aug. 18, 2017
The long history of law enforcement's complicity in the affairs of right-wing insurgents. By Dan Berger, associate professor of comparative ethnic studies at the University of Washington Bothell and the author of "Captive Nation: Black Prison Organizing in the Civil Rights Era," among other titles.

State’s lowest performing schools and districts taking hard look at this year’s test data

chalkbeat.org, Aug. 17, 2017
Testing data for Colorado’s longest-struggling schools and districts show mixed trends. “States have increasingly recognized that the work of school improvement is hard,” said Ashley Jochim, a researcher at the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell.

BEST COLLEGES IN WASHINGTON FOR 2017

collegechoice.net, Aug. 16, 2017
EUGENE, Ore., Aug. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ – College Choice, a leading authority in college and university rankings and resources, has published a ranking of the "Best Colleges in Washington for 2017." No. 3, University of Washington Bothell. The University of Washington -Bothell Campus was founded in 1996 in response to the growing populations in North King and Snohomish Counties.

Poll: Charters less popular, but vouchers less contentious

Seattlepi.com, Aug. 15, 2017
WASHINGTON (AP) — Support for opening more charter schools has dropped significantly among Americans, but there's less opposition to expanding private school voucher programs, as the Trump administration continues its push for school choice, according to a survey released Tuesday. Robin Lake, director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education, a non-partisan research and policy organization, said the Trump administration's rhetoric has only deepened partisan tensions around charter schools. The center is affiliated with University of Washington Bothell.

DeVos Still Divisive Six Months Into Job

theintelligencer.net, Aug. 14, 2017
WASHINGTON (AP) — Among the paintings and photographs that decorate Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ office is the framed roll call from her Senate confirmation. “I have feared that in trying to rush in with a simplified notion of choice — that she will love charters to death,” said Robin Lake, director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education, a pro-charter group. The center is affiliated with University of Washington Bothell.

New building adds permanence to WSU’s presence in Everett

Heraldnet.com, Aug. 13, 2017
EVERETT — A ribbon will be cut, speeches delivered, tours given and a time capsule buried Tuesday when Washington State University formally opens the doors to the first building of its newest campus. Bothell beat out Everett for a branch campus of the University of Washington.

Huge Scientific Gain Seen from Solar Eclipse

spaceref.com, Aug. 11, 2017
“This summer’s total solar eclipse is a bonanza for finding out more about how the Sun shines,” says Williams College astronomer Jay Pasachoff. Williams College alumni with Ph.D. degrees who will participate include Joey Shapiro Key of the University of Washington at Bothell.

10 Most Affordable Masters in Curriculum and Instruction Degrees for 2017

topmastersineducation.com, Aug. 2017
The beginning of a journey is always a crucial step: our first day on a new job, a terrifying first date or the infamous “First Day at School” all set up our initial expectations and understandings of what life is going to be like in a new place or starting a new pursuit. No. 3 The University of Washington is Washington’s largest public university, with 46,000 students and campuses in Seattle, Tacoma and Bothell.

Data Sharing, Data Dumping & Claims of ‘Academic Fraud’ in Tweetstorm Over Story About Louisiana Vouchers

the74million.org, Aug. 9, 2017
Could any education issue, circa 2017, be hotter than the debate about school vouchers? Researchers may be able to get data, but only if they can convince some combination of education officials and politicians that their study is worthwhile. Sometimes that turns on an individual researcher’s relationship with key policymakers, noted Dan Goldhaber, a professor at the University of Washington Bothell and director of the Center for Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Education Research.

As Eclipse Nears, Williams College Crew Prepares

iberkshires.com, Aug. 9, 2017
WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Williams College astronomer Jay Pasachoff. is heading one of the largest organized scientific expeditions to study the sun, and the sun's effects on Earth, at the eclipse. Williams College alumni with Ph.D. degrees who will participate include Joey Shapiro Key of the University of Washington at Bothell.

Science Says You're More Distracted Than You Think. These 4 Things Will Help You Produce Better Work

inc.com, Aug. 8, 2017
Whether or not you realized it, this article probably distracted you from something else, perhaps an email, a slide deck, or a conversation. According to one University of Washington Bothell study, when we are distracted from a cognitively challenging task, even briefly, our performance drops-and drops for a while- when we come back to the task.

2017 WAS A RECORD SETTING YEAR FOR SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED BY THE FOUNDATION.

nwnews.com, Aug. 7, 2017
The Foundation honored scholarship recipients and their families and supporters at a celebratory breakfast event. 77 individual grants were awarded to graduating seniors of the Northshore High Schools and to students at Cascadia College and UW Bothell.

Lake & Tuchman: Disability Rights Advocates Are Fighting the Wrong Fight on School Choice

the74million.org, Aug. 6, 2017
Many respected national groups have recently set their sights on school choice as the new battlefront for disability rights. By Robin Lake, director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education as well as affiliate faculty at the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington Bothell.

1967 Detroit Rebellion, 'Resistance' Then and Now

panafricannews.blogspot.com, Aug. 5, 2017
A half-century ago America changed forever. For better or worse, Detroit has been at the centre of the nation's change for twice that time. By Scott Kurashige, a professor at the University of Washington Bothell.

Announcement: Free training on immigration issues for social service providers

iexaminer.org, Aug. 5, 2017
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project will be hosting a free training on immigration issues on Monday, August 14 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at UW Bothell’s Activities and Recreation Center (ARC).

Cleveland Education Compact an innovative example of school choice: Stephanie Klupinski and John Zitzner (Opinion)

Cleveland.com, Aug. 4, 2017
CLEVELAND – Policymakers and other education stakeholders tend to talk about district schools or charter schools, casting them as exclusive options with irreconcilable, competing interests. In recognition of Cleveland's leadership in the cross-sector movement, the Center for Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) chose the city as the site of its first nationwide conference on district-charter collaboration. CRPE is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

Calendar

Lmtribune.com, Aug. 3-4
AUG. 8 "A Road Runs Through It: Tourism, Culture, and the Politics of Conservation" by Ben Gardner of Seattle, Wine & Wisdom series, 6:30 p.m., Basalt Cellars Winery, 906 Port Drive, Clarkston. Gardner is associate professor of Global Studies, Environmental Studies and Cultural Studies in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington in Bothell.

Thermal Thursday: Hazardous wildfire smoke, high near 100

Heraldnet.com, Aug. 3, 2017
MARYSVILLE — The heat and wildfire smoke have rolled into Snohomish County. A graduate student from the University of Washington Bothell mapped what are called “heat islands” throughout the county.

New Graduate Chairs in MA Critical Studies and Low-Residency MFA Visual Studies

artandeducation.net, Aug. 3, 2017
Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) welcomes two new graduate chairs to the Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies at PNCA. Aeron Bergman joins the college as Chair of the Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies. Bergman was most recently faculty in Interdisciplinary Arts and the low-residency MFA at the University of Washington, Bothell.

Who Gets Access to School Data? A Case Study in How Privacy, Politics & Budget Pressures Can Affect Education Research

The74million.org, Aug. 2, 2017
In the early days of 2016, a study by MIT and Duke University researchers showing the first year of Louisiana’s school voucher program led to marked decreases in student achievement landed in the press and policy worlds with a degree of attention that went beyond the usual wonky provinces of education research. Dan Goldhaber, a professor at the University of Washington Bothell and director of the Center for Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Education Research, said getting data can sometimes come down to persuasion and pre-existing relationships.

Event to boost Anna Bui scholarship endowment fund

mukilteobeacon.villagesoup.com, Aug. 2, 2017
David Bui doesn’t want his little sister’s tragic, untimely death to define her legacy. That’s why he and the rest of his family are working so hard to raise money for an endowment in her name – The Anna Bui World of Hope Fund – at the University of Washington Bothell, where Anna Bui had been student.

SHARI L. DWORKIN NAMED DEAN OF UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON BOTHELL SCHOOL OF NURSING & HEALTH STUDIES

Nwnews.com, Aug. 2, 2017
BOTHELL, Washington – Shari L. Dworkin has been named dean of the School of Nursing & Health Studies at the University of Washington Bothell.

MEET THE AUTONATION DRIVE STAFF

autonationdrive.com, Aug. 2, 2017
AutoNation Drive writers come from many walks of the automotive life- but we’re all proud to serve AutoNation with premium auto content on a daily basis. Taryn Ziegler is a digital content specialist supplying automotive content, editing, and administrative support to AutoNation Drive. She graduated from the University of Washington Bothell.


July


New dean named at UW Bothell’s School of Nursing & Health Studies

bothell-reporter.com, July 31, 2017
Shari L. Dworkin has been named dean of the School of Nursing & Health Studies at the University of Washington Bothell.

Fundraiser to honor Bui, benefit study abroad

mukilteobeacon.villagesoup.com
Aug. 3, 5-9 p.m. at the Rosehill Community Center (304 Lincoln Ave. in Mukilteo). People are invited to come together to carry on Anna’s passion for travel by helping University of Washington Bothell students embark on their own transformational study abroad experiences.

Gathering marks one year after shooting killed 3, injured 1

Heraldnet.com, July 30, 2017
MUKILTEO — Their names were written with purple sidewalk chalk. Anna Bui’s family is hosting a fundraiser Thursday benefiting a scholarship in her name. The funds will help students at the University of Washington Bothell study abroad.

Family of Mukilteo party shooting victim, Anna Bui, creates scholarship

Kiro7.com, July 28, 2017
This Sunday marks one year since a gunman opened fire at a Mukilteo house party, killing three young people. The family has found healing through setting up the “Anna Bui World of Hope” Scholarship fund with UW Bothell.

Fundraiser planned for scholarship in honor of shooting victim Anna Bui

King5.com, July 28, 2017
Sunday marks one year since a shooting at a home in Mukilteo took three young lives and devastated that tight-knit community. They chose to focus on two of the things that enriched her life the most: the nursing degree she'd been pursuing at UW Bothell and the trip to Europe during which Anna discovered a love of travel.

Detroit 1967: There's Still A Debate Over What To Call It

Npr.org, July 28, 2017
It was after 3 a.m. on a Sunday: July 23, 1967. "There was an undeniable sense that the police were there to protect some, and to contain and intimidate others," says Scott Kurashige, who teaches American and ethnic studies at the University of Washington Bothell.

New dean named at UW Bothell’s School of Nursing & Health Studies

Heraldnet.com, July 27, 2017
Shari L. Dworkin has been named dean of the School of Nursing & Health Studies at the University of Washington Bothell.

New beer festival at McMenamins Anderson School in Bothell

Heraldnet.com, July 27, 2017
After five years, the Everett Craft Beer Festival was effectively shut down earlier this year, meaning that Snohomish County lost its largest beerfest. Along with the brewfest, McMenamins, which stresses local history throughout its properties, will be hosting a speaker series of faculty from the University of Washington-Bothell called Pub Night Talks.

Scholarship event to honor young Mukilteo shooting victim

Heraldnet.com, July 27, 2017
MUKILTEO — Anna Bui traveled Europe for three weeks last year. After her death, Anna’s family established a scholarship at the University of Washington Bothell to help students study abroad.

The Rebellions that Changed U.S. History: Looking Back at the 1967 Newark & Detroit Uprisings

Democracynow.org, July 25, 2017
Fifty years ago this month, rebellions broke out in the cities of Newark and Detroit. We speak with Scott Kurashige, UW Bothell professor and author of the new book, "The Fifty-Year Rebellion: How the U.S. Political Crisis Began in Detroit."

What Has Happened in Detroit Comprises a National Emergency

Historynewsnetwork.org, July 25, 2017
The records indicate that a civil disorder began in Detroit on July 23, 1967 and ended July 27. By Scott Kurashige, author of The Fifty-Year Rebellion: How the U.S. Political Crisis Began in Detroit (University of California Press, 2017), and a professor at the University of Washington Bothell.

The Rebellions That Changed US History: Looking Back at the 1967 Newark and Detroit Uprisings

Threesonorans.com, July 24, 2017
Fifty years ago this month, rebellions broke out in the cities of Newark and Detroit. Democracy Now interview with Scott Kurashige, UW Bothell professor and author of the new book, “The Fifty-Year Rebellion: How the U.S. Political Crisis Began in Detroit.”

1967 Detroit riots, 'resistance' then and now

aljazeera.com, July 23, 2017
A half-century ago America changed forever. For better or worse, Detroit has been at the centre of the nation's change for twice that time. By Scott Kurashige is a professor at the University of Washington Bothell and author of the book The Fifty-Year Rebellion: How the US Political Crisis Began in Detroit (University of California Press, 2017)

Technology is transforming what happens when a child goes to school

Economist.com, July 22, 2017
Reformers are using new software to “personalise” learning. A study last year of early adopters by the Centre on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell, also partly funded by the Gates Foundation, concluded that those schools’ “long-term financial stability is still unclear”.

The Criminalized Majority

moorbey.wordpress.com, July 21, 2017
“Everyone should go to jail, say, once every ten years,” opined novelist and poet Jesse Ball in a recent LA Times article. By Dan Berger and David Stein. Berger is an associate professor of comparative ethnic studies at the University of Washington Bothell.

UW Bothell

Djc.com, July 21, 2017
Shari L. Dworkin was named dean of the University of Washington Bothell School of Nursing & Health Studies.

Azure-Based Smart Monitoring System for Anemia-Like Pallor

mdpi.com, July 20, 2017
Abstract: Increasing costs of diagnostic healthcare have necessitated the development of hardware independent non-invasive Point of Care (POC) systems. Authors include Sohini Roychowdhury, assistant professor UW Bothell School of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics, and student Paul Hage.

Donors contribute record $562.7 million in private support to University of Washington; most donors in a single year

washington.edu, July 19, 2017
Donors contributed a record $562.7 million to the University of Washington in the 2017 fiscal year, breaking the previous record of $542.4 million set last year. The Founders Endowed Fellowship at UW Bothell was established in 2004 to support undergraduate research.

Rebellion or riot: three books examine Detroit 1967

Detroitnews.com, July 19, 2017
The Detroit disturbances of July 1967 continue to fascinate locals and the nation at large, as evidenced by a rash of new books on the subject. “The Fifty-Year Rebellion: How the U.S. Political Crisis Started in Detroit” — Scott Kurashige. Scott Kurashige spent years in Detroit working with the legendary community activist Grace Lee Boggs on issues of social justice and race relations, while also teaching at the University of Michigan. Now a professor of American Studies at the University of Washington Bothell, Kurashige has written an ambitious book that connects the Detroit conflagration of 1967 with much of the dysfunction that’s increasingly plagued the U.S.

A FOUR-DAY SCHEDULE: A TOUGH ‘BANDWAGON’ TO ESCAPE?

Idahoednews.org, July 17, 2017
A national scholar is taking a fresh look at an old misperception about four-day schools: the notion that a shorter school week is a big money-saver. By Paul Hill, a research professor at the University of Washington at Bothell, who used the Newcastle, Okla., school district as a case study to look at four-day school budgets.

UW BOTHELL PROFESSORS SHARE EXPERTISE IN INFORMATIVE, ENTERTAINING PUB TALKS AT MCMENAMINS ANDERSON SCHOOL

nwnews.com, July 17, 2017
The University of Washington Bothell and McMenamins are launching a speaker series in which university faculty and other notables from the community share their expertise through entertaining, informal talks at the Anderson School complex in downtown Bothell.

How Much Does It Cost to Stay in the Hospital?

healthline.com, July 17, 2017
If it weren’t for Medicaid, the parents of a 3-year-old child born with a rare disorder would have owed more than $200,000 for their son’s one-week stay in the hospital. In a 2016 study, published in the journal Social Science & Medicine, University of Washington Bothell (UWB), researchers found similar success rates on GoFundMe. On average, 200 campaigns brought in only 40 percent of their funding goals.

UW Bothell professors to speak in pub talks at McMenamins Anderson School

Bothell-reporter.com, July 14, 2017
The University of Washington (UW) Bothell and McMenamins are launching a speaker series in which university faculty and other notables from the community share their expertise through entertaining, informal talks at the Anderson School complex in downtown Bothell.

Colorado shied from taking aggressive action to fix its lowest performing schools. Will it be enough?

coloradoindependent.com, July 14, 2017
At historic Aurora Central High School, the last few years have been a trial. “States have increasingly recognized that the work of school improvement is hard,” said Ashley Jochim, a researcher at the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell.

Beware the Four-Day School-Week Trap

Edweek.org, July 14, 2017
As many school districts around the nation grapple with declines in state funding, some district leaders are arriving at a questionable solution: Cut the school week to four days. At the Center on Reinventing Public Education, we have been studying the spread of the four-day week throughout the West and Midwest and often hear how popular it is with teachers and some families who enjoy a day off or the ability to take advantage of the long weekend. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

UW Bothell professors share expertise in informative, entertaining pub talks at McMenamins Anderson School

Shorelineareanews.com, July 13, 2017
The University of Washington Bothell and McMenamins are launching a speaker series in which university faculty and other notables from the community share their expertise through entertaining, informal talks at the Anderson School complex in downtown Bothell.

Colorado shied from taking aggressive action to fix its lowest performing schools. Will it be enough?

Chalkbeat.org, July 13, 2017
At historic Aurora Central High School, the last few years have been a trial. “States have increasingly recognized that the work of school improvement is hard,” said Ashley Jochim, a researcher at the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell.

Snohomish man waits 20 years for internet

King5.com, July 12, 2017
A half-mile is all that keeps Michael Ervick from crossing the digital divide. “You’ll find a cable for every house. It comes up the road to meet the infrastructure that hasn’t come in for 20 years,” said Ervick, an adjunct business professor for UW-Bothell.

Mexico to Seattle Dreamers: Trump make you nervous? Come home

Kuow.org, July 12, 2017
As some Dreamers feel less welcome in the U.S., Mexico is making a play to attract them back. Ruby is in her 30s, a graduate of University of Washington Bothell, and a mother of three U.S. citizens.

The rise of crowdfunding to pay for medical bills

Kuow.org, July 10, 2017
Bill Radke talks to Lauren Berliner, assistant professor of media and communication and culture studies at the University of Washington Bothell, and Nora Kenworthy, assistant professor in the school of nursing and health studies at the University of Washington Bothell, about their study on the rise of the use of crowdfunding sites as a way to pay for medical bills.

Music in the Park

ci.bothell.wa.us, July 10, 2017
University of Washington Bothell sponsors concerts July 28 and Aug. 11.

UW is a great value, magazine analysis shows

Seattletimes.com, July 10, 2017
The University of Washington is ranked 13th among 711 colleges in a new value ranking of public and private U.S. schools by Money magazine. In years past, UW Bothell did well on the Money ranking, scoring even higher than UW Seattle. However, because of a change in the way school campuses are coded in a federal database that provides some of the underlying data, the UW’s branch campuses were not included this year.

One School's Quest for Personalized Public Education

Theatlantic.com, July 10, 2017
SAN DIEGO—To understand just how far Vista High School will go to keep kids interested in school, consider the case of 17-year-old Hernan Hernandez and his skateboard. Vista’s experiment comes at a time when schools across the country are turning to personalized learning as something of a pushback to test-heavy instruction and as a way to prepare students for jobs of the future, said Betheny Gross of the Center on Reinventing Public Education at University of Washington Bothell.

 

Library People News: Hires, Promotions, Retirements, and Obituaries

Libraryjournal.com, July 5, 2017
Joe Shelley, Assistant Vice Chancellor and CIO, Information Technologies, at the University of Washington, Bothell, will become the school’s next VP for Libraries and Information Technology.

Set high standards for Kentucky charter schools | Comment

courier-journal.com, July 5, 2017
This year, the Kentucky General Assembly held a robust legislative debate that resulted in a divide on the topic of public charter schools. The Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO) at Stanford University and The Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) at the University of Washington Bothell have been studying the relationship between traditional district schools and charters for years.

All-boys' high school completes first year; boasts wait list for fall

Usatoday.com, July 5, 2017
WASHINGTON — Like many of the 100 or so freshmen who enrolled last August at Ron Brown College Preparatory High School, Zion Matthews had mixed feelings. Across all city schools between the 2012–2013 and 2014–2015 school years, the suspension rate for African-American students fell from 16% to 13%, according to a 2016 study by the Center for Reinventing Public Education, a Seattle-based think tank at the University of Washington Bothell.

Qiao, Yuan receive medals at UW Bothell commencement

Nwasianweekly.com, July 3, 2017
Lingling Yuan received the President’s Medal and Erica Qiao received the Chancellor’s Medal at the University of Washington Bothell’s June 13 commencement ceremony.

Ramsey, King: collaboration, excellence and equity must drive charter school implementation

nkytribune.com, July 3, 2017
This year, the Kentucky General Assembly held a robust legislative debate that resulted in a divide on the topic of public charter schools. The Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO) at Stanford University and The Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) at the University of Washington Bothell have been studying the relationship between traditional district schools and charters for years.


June


HOW THESE RURAL TOWNS ARE GETTING KIDS INTO COLLEGE

ozy.com, June 30, 2017
It seems the whole town of Chehalis, in western Washington, has turned up for the W.F. West High School graduation. And while there are signs of early success — more than four-fifths of the graduating class is headed to some postsecondary institution — it’s still “a pretty short period of time,” notes Robin Lake, director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell. “There are very few silver bullets in education.”

BEYOND PRISONS — EPISODE 9: CAPTIVE NATION FEAT. DAN BERGER

shadowproof.com, June 29, 2017
Dan Berger joins Brian Sonenstein and Kim Wilson for episode 9 of Beyond Prisons to discuss his book, “Captive Nation: Black Prison Organizing in the Civil Rights Era.” Dan Berger is an associate professor of comparative ethnic studies at the University of Washington Bothell.

University of Washington Bothell

Djc.com, June 29, 2017
A political refugee from Uganda who graduated from the University of Washington Bothell and the UW School of Law won the 2017 UW Bothell Distinguished Alumni Award.

If The Future Of Health Care Is Crowdfunding, We’re All In Trouble

huffingtonpost.com, June 29, 2017
If Senate Republicans follow through and pass their health care bill, which would leave an estimated 22 million more Americans uninsured by 2026, according to the Congressional Budget Office, people with high medical bills and no health insurance could turn to crowdfunding to pay for medical treatment. “Crowdfunding takes our already unfair health system and makes it more unfair by asking people to market themselves –- in essence, to produce a worthy illness ― in order to survive,” Nora Kenworthy, study author and assistant professor of nursing and health studies at University of Washington Bothell, told HuffPost.

STUDY: TRANSIT NOT ENOUGH TO ENSURE ACCESS TO CHOICE SCHOOLS

stnonline.com, June 28, 2017
Even as federal policy makers push for more school choice options, a study released this month claims transportation to these schools remain the biggest obstacle. The Center for Reinventing Public Education published its latest research on the relationship between school choice and transportation, which can be non-existent at worst or patch-worked at best for low-income students. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

How a school that serves mostly homeless kids is matching its district’s graduation rate

Hechingerreport.org, June 28, 2017
Aminata Diop, a senior at Broome Street Charter Academy in Lower Manhattan, slipped out of her anthropology class and headed down the school’s spiral staircase, her North Face backpack slung over her shoulder. Paul T. Hill, founder of the Center on Reinventing Public Education, has toured many such schools, including the now-famous Oyler Community Learning Center in Cincinnati, a school that has confounded educators because student performance has been lackluster, despite an expansive and thoughtful model. CRPE is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

This EdCC graduate’s optimistic journey began in Syria

Heraldnet.com, June 28, 2017
When Naji Ali described his “long, scary, worrisome and hard journey” to become a commencement speaker at Edmonds Community College, he was not referring to his calculus, physics and engineering courses. Ali has applied at the University of Washington in both Seattle and Bothell. He wants to continue his engineering studies.

Overseas cyberattack hits Western Washington

Q13fox.com, June 27, 2017
A European cyberattack had ripples all the way to Western Washington on Tuesday as systems at two prominent international companies crashed and failed. “A cyberattack on one is a cyberattack on all,” said UW-Bothell professor Barbara Endicott-Popovsky.

NOW MOBILE, PARAISO FAMILY BRINGS TASTE OF PHILIPPINES TO SOUTH SEATTLE

southseattleemerald.com, June 26, 2017
After eight years, the Paraiso family shut the doors to Kusina Filipina, Beacon Hill’s beloved Filipino comfort food restaurant. The food is cooked in Manila’s Pride, Avila’s other restaurant in Federal Way. In the morning, Paraiso picks up the food truck, which she rotates between the Starbucks Corporate office and University of Washington’s Bothell campus.

A model for change in South Los Angeles: UCLA steps in to rescue a struggling middle school

laschoolreport.com, June 26, 2017
An imposing South Los Angeles middle school in a dense neighborhood not far from where the LA Riots erupted 25 years ago once bustled with 2,000 students. “(It) can be challenging to figure out the role of the district and maintain real autonomy for the schools, but it offers a nice ‘third way’ to the usual district vs. charter debate,” said Robin Lake, director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell.

South County Politics: Introductory statements from Fire District 1 candidates in primary

lynnwoodtoday.com, June 24, 2017
Fire District 1 board candidates Bret Chiafalo, Brandy Donaghy, Michael Ellis and Brandon Richards recently sent statements introducing themselves to voters. Brandy Donaghy: I’m a US Navy veteran, parent, UW Bothell alumna, local volunteer, and homeowner in here in Snohomish county.

Cybersecurity is hot, and these Washington colleges teach it

columbian.com, June 23, 2017
From The Seattle Times: Washington colleges and universities are ramping up their offerings in cybersecurity, a field that’s in such high demand that many jobs go unfilled. “Right now there are two jobs for every one person employed — the opportunities are really amazing,” said Barbara Endicott-Popovsky, executive director of the Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity at the University of Washington Bothell.

Bothell chamber to host community open house at Cascadia

bothell-reporter.com, June 23, 2017
The Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce will host its 13th annual community open house and birthday bash from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at Mobius Hall on the Cascadia College campus.

Washington Colleges Try to Keep Up with Cybersecurity Degree Demand

centerdigitaled.com, June 22, 2017
From The Seattle Times: Washington colleges and universities are ramping up their offerings in cybersecurity, a field that's in such high demand that many jobs go unfilled. "Right now there are two jobs for every one person employed – the opportunities are really amazing," said Barbara Endicott-Popovsky, executive director of the Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity at the University of Washington Bothell.

Rural charters present administrators with new, unique challenges from those of urban counterparts

educationdive.com, June 22, 2017
Charter schools, though increasingly touted (and criticized) by educators, administrators and lawmakers, remains in some sense predominantly an urban mainstay. The fact that charters started and became popular in urban areas is not surprising, according to Paul T. Hill, the founder of The Center on Reinventing Public Education and a research professor at the University of Washington Bothell.

Cybersecurity is hot, and these Washington colleges teach it

Seattletimes.com, June 22, 2017
Washington colleges and universities are ramping up their offerings in cybersecurity, a field that’s in such high demand that many jobs go unfilled. “Right now there are two jobs for every one person employed — the opportunities are really amazing,” said Barbara Endicott-Popovsky, executive director of the Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity at the University of Washington Bothell.

Stephen Ssemaala Receives UW Bothell’s 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award

Seattlemedium.com, June 21, 2017
A political refugee from Uganda who graduated from the University of Washington Bothell and the UW School of Law is the recipient of the 2017 UW Bothell Distinguished Alumni Award.

Becky Clifford honored as UW Bothell community partner

Everett.k12.wa.us, June 21, 2017
The University of Washington Bothell honored more than 75 of its community partners who attended a recognition luncheon with University faculty and staff June 8, at the North Creek Events Center.

System, Have High-Quality Options in Every Neighborhood

the74million.org, June 21, 2017
In their efforts to expand school choice, city leaders have good intentions and lofty ambitions. By Betheny Gross, a senior research analyst and research director at the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) and affiliate faculty at the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington Bothell.

New Analysis Finds Public Transit in Denver Not Sufficient to Improve Students’ Access to High-Quality Schools

Crpe.org, June 21, 2017
Free public transit passes won’t necessarily help Denver Public School (DPS) students access the city’s highest-performing schools, according to a new analysis by the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) at the University of Washington Bothell.

Healthcare Nightmares Flood Crowdfunding Sites, No End in Sight

Triplepundit.com, June 20, 2017
Crowdfunding first started as way to launch an indie music album or tour, a company or service that had great potential but was shunned by investors, or perhaps fund a documentary with a cutting-edge theme. But as a University of Washington Bothell study concluded, on average such campaigns only generate 40 percent of what they originally sought.

Holland pays $121M for 3 phases of The Village at Beardslee Crossing

Djc.com, June 20, 2017
Three portions of The Village at Beardslee Crossing, located in Bothell at 19121 and 19128 112th Ave. N.E., have sold for a combined $121 million, according to King County records. The Village at Beardslee Crossing has apartments and retail, just west of I-405 and north of the UW Bothell campus.

Even the Insured Often Can't Afford Their Medical Bills

Theatlantic.com, June 18, 2017
A chance trip to Long Island’s Adventureland amusement park just might have saved Cassidy McCarthy’s life. A study published earlier this year by Lauren Berliner and Nora Kenworthy, both on faculty at the University of Washington, found that residents of states that didn’t take advantage of the Affordable Care Act to offer more residents access to Medicaid were over-represented on crowdfunding sites. Both are faculty members at the University of Washington Bothell.

NEWS BRIEFS: Graduate

Peninsuladailynews.com, June 18, 2017
Former Port Angeles High School graduate Christopher W. Sohlberg is expected to graduate from the University of Washington on Sept. 13 at Safeco Field.

How Much Does It Cost to Stay in the Hospital?

healthline.com, July 17, 2017
If it weren’t for Medicaid, the parents of a 3-year-old child born with a rare disorder would have owed more than $200,000 for their son’s one-week stay in the hospital. In a 2016 study, published in the journal Social Science & Medicine, University of Washington Bothell (UWB), researchers found similar success rates on GoFundMe. On average, 200 campaigns brought in only 40 percent of their funding goals.

Local family graduates all four children from UW Bothell

Bothell-reporter, June 16, 2017
All four children in one Bothell family have attended — and now graduated from — the University of Washington campus in their hometown.

UW professors hold after-sunset finals for Muslims fasting during Ramadan

saudigazette.com.sa, June 16, 2017
From The Seattle Times: Finals at University of Washington have occurred during the holy month of Ramadan, when Muslims fast during the day. When University of Washington Bothell biology Professor Bryan White met with one of his Muslim students after final exams last year, he asked her about something that puzzled him.

Ugandan political refugee wins UW Bothell alumni award

heraldnet.com, June 15, 2017
A political refugee from Uganda who graduated from the University of Washington Bothell and the UW School of Law is the recipient of the 2017 UW Bothell Distinguished Alumni Award.

Zero Suspensions And An Unexplained Leap In Excessive Absences In Miami-Dade Schools

wlrn.org, June 15, 2017
In the middle of the school year, Hayden Dallip was at home in Miami Gardens when he got a call from his seventh-grade daughter. “School districts and cities around the country have responded in many different ways,” said Sarah Yatsko, a researcher with the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell.

Bothell police blotter for May 23-29

bothell-reporter.com, June 15, 2017
Friday, May 26 Grand theft auto: At 7 p.m., police responded to a motor vehicle theft report in a parking garage at UW Bothell.

University of Washington Profs Hold Exams After Sunset for Muslims During Ramadan

nalert.blogspot.com, June 15, 2017
Professors at the University of Washington-Bothell have started scheduling alternative after-sunset exams for Muslim students during Ramadan, so that Muslim students’ performance on exams won’t be impacted by their fast during the day.

In a Changing Rural America, What Can Charter Schools Offer?

educationnext.org, June 15, 2017
Rural America is not your grandparents’ heartland. Co-author is Paul Hill, founder of the Center on Reinventing Public Education and Research Professor at the University of Washington Bothell.

The Slow Road to Salary Gains

nea.org, June 15, 2017
Feeling rich? Probably (most definitely) not, but average salaries for full-time faculty are improving. Includes information on University of Washington Bothell.

The week in school choice: Becoming the man

redefinedonline.org, June 14, 2017
Robin Lake of the Center on Reinventing Public Education has a must-read on how her quest to find an appropriate school for her son changed her views on educational choice. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

You Asked: How Can I Use More of My Brain?

Time.com, June 14, 2017
It’s a myth that humans only use 10% of their brains. Other experts agree. Switching between tasks can result in a phenomenon called “attention residue,” according to the work of Sophie Leroy, assistant professor of business at the University of Washington Bothell.

Can Research Help Us Design Better Education Policies?

educationnext.org, June 14, 2017
One of the greatest and longest-lasting education accomplishments of the George W. Bush Administration, in which I was honored to serve, was the creation of the Institute of Education Sciences. On the other hand, they are the exactly the kinds of questions that think tanks like Fordham, the Center on Reinventing Public Education, and many others have been struggling to answer as best we can. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

US professor offers alternate exam time to Muslim students observing Ramazan

tribune.com.pk, June 14, 2017
Finals week can be tough for university students. Bryan White, a professor at the University of Washington at Bothell, decided to make finals week easier for his Muslim students by holding two finals for his Introduction to Physiology class.

United Way summit recognizes people, organizations

Heraldnet.com, June 14, 2017
The following people and organizations were recognized at Monday’s event and last month with United Way of Snohomish County Spirit Awards for the 2016 campaign season: Roger Bouck Award: UW Bothell’s Beta Alpha Psi, Mu Psi chapter and its volunteers for work helping to file 3,712 tax returns at United Way tax preparation sites.

UW Bothell honors community partners

Bothell-reporter.com, June 13, 2017
Just as it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a community to educate a University of Washington Bothell (UW Bothell) student.

Prof offers alternate exam time for Muslim students observing Ramadan

usatoday.com, June 13, 2017
Finals season is rough. One professor at the University of Washington at Bothell made his finals a little bit easier for his students who were fasting for Ramadan.

3 Things You Should Know About Crowdfunding Medical Bills

Consumerist6.blogspot.com, June 13, 2017
With the Affordable Care Act in limbo, and the details of the Republican repeal-and-replace plans still not fully known, a growing number of Americans are turning to crowdfunding platforms like GoFundMe or YouCaring to raise money to cover their medical bills. Another study, from researchers at the University of Washington Bothell found that just 10% of 200 GoFundMe campaigns analyzed failed to reach goal.

The Broader Philosophical Debate Behind DeVos' Warning to Charter Advocates

edweek.org, June 13, 2017
U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos had a warning for the thousands of attendees at the largest annual gathering of charter school advocates and educators in Washington D.C. on Tuesday: Be careful not to become the new education establishment. Finally, there's been some research over the last couple of years from the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell and the Education Research Alliance at Tulane University that casts doubt on whether parents have the tools, know-how, and resources to make good school choices.

Robin Lake, director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education, a research group

Politico.com, June 13, 2017
writes in a recent op-ed for U.S. News & World Report that she represents “a public school supporter who feels strongly that we shouldn't reject vouchers out of hand. CRPE os affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

Multi-model study of mercury dispersion in the atmosphere: vertical and interhemispheric distribution of mercury species

atmos-chem-phys.net, June 13, 2017
Abstract. Atmospheric chemistry and transport of mercury play a key role in the global mercury cycle. Authors include Jesse Ambrose and Daniel Jaffe of the University of Washington Bothell.

The Voucher Fight Isn't Clear-Cut

Usnews.com, June 12, 2017
When my son attended our neighborhood public elementary school, he hid under a desk every day. Opinion by Robin Lake is director of the Center on Reinventing Public Education, a non-partisan research and policy analysis organization developing transformative, evidence-based solutions for K–12 public education, and Affiliate Faculty, School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, University of Washington Bothell.

Now that we’ve elected three new members, what does a school board actually do?

pqmonthly.com, June 12, 2017
Driving around Portland this May, you saw more school board campaign signs perched in front yards than November presidential election yard signs. A Seattle education think tank, the Center for Reinventing Public Education, found that black students in Portland were four times as likely as white students to attend a public school scoring in the city’s bottom 20% in math—only Miami and Seattle showed worse public school racial equity through that particular assessment. The center is affiliated with the University of Washington Bothell.

Artist Jill Beppu goes beyond the surface to celebrate strength

iexaminer.org, June 11, 2017
Artist Jill Beppu has a love for crows and the natural world. My first experience with her came through this connection, as we sped late one afternoon in her car toward the University of Washington, Bothell campus in search of the flock.

UW professors hold after-sunset finals for Muslims fasting during Ramadan

Seattletimes.com, June 10, 2017
When University of Washington biology Professor Bryan White met with one of his Muslim students in Bothell after final exams last year, he asked her about something that puzzled him.

“Professors Give Post-Sunset Exams for Fasting Muslim Students”

Themuslimguy.com, June 10, 2017
From The Seattle Times: Finals at University of Washington have occurred during the holy month of Ramadan, when Muslims fast during the day. Some professors at the Bothell campus are keeping their doors open until midnight to allow students who fast to do their best.

KOMO News town hall to focus on Education in America

Komonews.com, June 9, 2017
KOMO News will be airing a town hall that focuses on the future of education in America on June 22, and is looking for questions or concerns from the public. Panelists include Sarah Yatsko - Center On Reinventing Public Education with the University Of Washington Bothell.

Washington Virtual Academy to Celebrate Class of 2017

broadwayworld.com, June 9, 2017
Washington Virtual Academy (WAVA), an accredited online public school, will hold an in-person graduation ceremony on Sunday, June 11, at 2 p.m. at the Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center. Among the colleges to which graduates say they have been accepted is the University of Washington Bothell.

Lawyer, philanthropist to receive UW Bothell’s 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award

bothell-reporter.com, June 7, 2017
A political refugee from Uganda who graduated from the University of Washington Bothell and the UW School of Law is the recipient of the 2017 UW Bothell Distinguished Alumni Award.

UW Bothell professor offers extra exam to accommodate fasting Muslim students

q13fox.com, June 7, 2017
A local professor is receiving praise for holding an extra finals exam session at night, giving his Muslim students a chance to eat following Ramadan fasting. Dr. Bryan White, a biology professor at the University of Washington Bothell, is holding two exam times, allowing students to take their final exams after sundown so they’ll be well-nourished.

WHEN BLACK HOLES COLLIDE: UW BOTHELL SCIENTIST EXPLAINS NEW DISCOVERY IN GRAVITATIONAL WAVE ASTRONOMY

nwnews.com, June 6, 2017
The announcement that a third collision of black holes has been detected three billion light years away validates the work of hundreds of scientists, including Joey Shapiro Key, assistant professor of physics at the University of Washington Bothell.

UW, UW Bothell scientists explain new discovery in gravitational wave astronomy

Washington.edu, June 2, 2017
The announcement that a third collision of black holes has been detected three billion light years away validates the work of hundreds of scientists, including teams at the University of Washington and UW Bothell.

ParentMap Magazine

Parentmap.com, June 2, 2017
In my family, we’re not hikers or bikers or skiers but we can chow down on local fare alongside the best of the Northwest’s fleece-wearing foodies. Also on our radar this issue: Seattle dad Jama’l Chukueke. Not only did the father of a 2-year-old recently start a new gig at the University of Washington Bothell, he works with Families of Color Seattle (FOCS) while also running a podcast, Diversity Dad.

Mature & Unsure: Chastity Belt Embrace the Paradoxes in Their New Album, I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone

Thestranger.com, June 1, 2017
It was a perfect sunny day, and everyone was eager for summer to start, but a little unprepared for it. At the Bothell Block Party and BrewFest, some people were still sweating in jeans and boots (guilty). Sunburned suburban-dad types and UW Bothell students clutching drink tickets waited in long lines for their beer samples.

5 important stories that were overlooked in last week’s news frenzy

Pbs.org, June 1, 2017
Last week, our attention turned abroad, as President Donald Trump wrapped up a nine-day trip overseas — his first as president. Nearly one-fifth of the state’s 513 school districts have switched to a four-day school week. It’s a strategy other states have also turned to in budget crises, Paul Hill, a professor at the University of Washington Bothell, told the Post.

How L.A. school reformers can turn election wins into change: Guest commentary

dailynews.com, June 1, 2017
Last week’s election of two charter school supporters has tipped the Los Angeles Unified School District board to a reformist majority. By Robin Lake and Paul Hill of the Center on Reinventing Public Education at the University of Washington Bothell.