September 2017

Chemistry researchers advance local company

Lori Robins and Jeff Williams

UW Bothell research chemists continue to help a small Woodinville company that expects to change the world of sanitizing and disinfecting. Chemistry students led by Associate Professor Lori Robins showed that Briotech's prion-destroying solution is stable over time.

 

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New dean at School of Nursing & Health Studies

Shari Dworkin

The new dean of the School of Nursing & Health Studies, Shari Dworkin, is enthusiastic about its nimble spirit, the opportunities to expand community collaborations and the possibilities for more offerings for health studies students. 

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UW Bothell welcomes diverse businesses

Judi Tsuchida and Eddie Smith

UW Bothell held its first Business Diversity Program Small Business Fair on Sept. 5. The University encourages local businesses — especially those owned by women, minorities and veterans — to serve as vendors for its office supplies, catering, awards, flowers, photography and other goods and services.

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Internship impact: Experiential learning

Neil Wang

The School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences internship course BIS 495 Worlds of Work allows students to apply their skills in a professional environment where they can look at a possible career. Meet some of the students in the summer class.

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Cruz Garibay wins Fulbright award

Cruz Garibay

UW Bothell graduate Cruz Garibay, who grew up in an immigrant family in Yakima and was the 2015 UW Homecoming King, won a 2018 Fulbright grant to Brazil. The fifth UW Bothell recipient of a U.S. student Fulbright award, Garibay will work as an English teaching assistant at a university.

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