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Grappling with impacts to student grades

Reporters look into long-lasting effects the pandemic has on learning and grades across several Puget Sound school districts. And while student engagement is improving, “there is a ways to go.” Wayne Au, professor and interim dean in the School of Educational Studies, is quoted.

September 4, 2022

Transforming community through counseling

Yasmin Yaquelin Carmona put her classroom learning to work throughout her four years at UW Bothell, first to fulfill a course requirement and then to serve as a paraeducator at a local high school.

August 22, 2022

Fight the Power: Meet social justice activist Wayne Au

Wayne Au’s commitment to social justice has become an integral part of his identity. A professor of Education and interim dean of the School of Educational Studies at UW Bothell , Au is recognized nationally as a scholar of educational equity and as an outspoken advocate for actively anti-racist teaching.

August 22, 2022

2022 graduates poised to make a difference

“Magnificent, amazing and inspiring” graduates moved their commencement tassels from right to left and closed an extraordinary chapter in their academic pursuits. Next up: making a difference in their community, the region and in our world.

June 17, 2022

Inspired by challenges

Noor Abdulhameed, Djelli Berisha and Ash Saucedo are recipients of the Chancellor’s Medal, presented each year to students whose commitment to learning and overcoming obstacles is a source of inspiration.

June 9, 2022

Support drives success

Teacher certification students connect with local school district hiring managers at a Job Search Clinic to do mock-interviews and resume reviews.

April 21, 2022

To mentor is to touch a life forever

Educational Studies major Desirae Vega empowers high school students to dream big while providing them with the knowledge and support to help make their dreams come true.

January 20, 2022

Preparing students to meet demands of modern classrooms

UW Bothell’s dual-certification undergraduate program for K-8 general education and K-12 special education helps fill a 30-year hole in the teacher labor market. Students in the program learn that it is their job to empower all learners by removing systemic barriers that create and perpetuate inequitable learning opportunities.

January 6, 2022

Swipe for science

A new online game about whales allows students and average citizens to participate in tracking and sorting data about local populations of these marine mammals. No previous scientific research experience required.

November 19, 2021

A showcase of research & creativity

As a window into the world of new ideas, the campus library showcases recent publications by the faculty at the University of Washington Bothell and at Cascadia College.

November 19, 2021