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Education bachelor’s not just for teachers

Becoming a school teacher is a great outcome for graduates with the new bachelor’s degree in educational studies. The interdisciplinary degree also is an appealing option for students who might use it in the business world or with nonprofits.

March 24, 2017

UW Bothell inspiring change across the world

A Fulbright research scholar from South Korea is returning home after a year at the University of Washington Bothell with insights that could change the way educational leaders are trained in her country.

January 20, 2017

UW Bothell magic inspires charter school founder

Jacob Allen (society, ethics and human behavior ’12) credits University of Washington Bothell professors for the inspiration behind a school program in Chicago that earned him recognition on the Forbes “30 Under 30 Who Are Changing the World in Education.”

January 12, 2017

Engineering in a summer backpack

Robotics workshops are being held this summer at the Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center and Seattle Public Libraries using the Backpacks for Science Learning project in which University of Washington Bothell is the lead.

July 29, 2016

New dean appointed to School of Educational Studies

BOTHELL, Washington -- Ed Buendia has been appointed dean of the School of Educational Studies at University of Washington Bothell. Buendia takes over Aug. 1, after current dean Bradley Portin goes on sabbatical. Buendia has been at the University of Utah at Salt Lake City since 1997, most recently as chair of the Department of Education.

July 14, 2016

Leadership degree accelerates career move

A principal who earned her master’s degree in leadership at University of Washington Bothell was recently honored as one of 18 to receive the Washington State Regional Distinguished Principal award from the Association of Washington School Principals. Bonnie McKerney is principal at Maltby Elementary.

May 5, 2016

Marine wins Fulbright teaching award

Brad Lakey, who is finishing his master’s in education, has won a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship Award and will teach the next school year in Peru. A Marine Corps veteran, Lakey is University of Washington Bothell’s 10th Fulbright awardee.

April 14, 2016

Research in Progress: Immigration and Education

School of Educational Studies Professor Cherry Banks presents “Creating the world we want to live in: Lessons from the intergroup education movement” as the latest event in the Winter 2016 Research in Progress series. Her presentation is Tuesday, Feb. 23, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in LB1-205.

February 23, 2016

Missed field goal is a win for students

A missed field goal creates a teachable moment for UW Bothell alumna Julie Anderson Offerdahl. She attracted national attention after asking her first graders to write letters of encouragement to Minnesota Vikings kicker Blair Walsh after a pivotal missed field goal.

January 22, 2016

Education faculty awarded Boeing grant

University of Washington Bothell School of Educational Studies faculty members Allison Hintz and Antony Smith are part of a team that has been awarded an Early Learning Grant from the Boeing Corporation.

December 15, 2015