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Online courses make international connections

Transnational Education and Community Health Collaboratory (TEACH) CoLab is a Collaborative Online International Learning or COIL course partnering the School of Nursing & Health Studies with two institutions in Ireland.

November 10, 2020

Physical Sciences in national diversity discussion

The University of Washington Bothell is one of about only 100 institutions nationally accepted into the Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Alliance (IDEA) of the American Physical Society, an initiative to transform the culture of physics.

November 10, 2020

Taking contamination out of community gardens

Melanie Malone, an assistant professor who researches contaminants in urban gardens, teamed up with community partners to test and remediate soil in Seattle’s South Park neighborhood, where residents could use some healthy produce.

November 10, 2020

Q&A: First-generation students

In honor of National First-Generation College Celebration Day on Nov. 8, a few of UW Bothell’s first-gen students answer questions from Director of Communications Maria Lamarca Anderson.

November 5, 2020

Understanding the architecture of power

EJ Juarez, a 2013 Master of Arts in Cultural Studies graduate who now is the public policy manager for Group Health Foundation, on Nov. 12 will lead a UW Bothell What If…? Conversation.

November 5, 2020

¡Basta! program wins national health award

A farmworker sexual harassment prevention program co-developed by School of Nursing & Health Studies faculty won an award from the American Public Health Association.

October 28, 2020

Lasting memories from late-night study sessions

By asking professors and staff questions, discussing goals in late-night study sessions and taking advantage of opportunities at UW Bothell Van Nguyen advanced toward his next goal, medical school.

October 27, 2020

Reduce latrine odors, improve global sanitation

Research largely conducted by University of Washington Bothell undergraduates has determined that a disinfectant produced by a Woodinville company can neutralize latrine odors, a development that has the potential to improve sanitation for millions of people in developing parts of the world.

October 27, 2020

Helping local K-12 schools focus on equity

The School of Educational Studies designed a program in collaboration with the Bothell-based Northshore School District to help teachers focus on equity and social justice by challenging ideas of white supremacy.

October 8, 2020

How Hispanics can counter the popular narrative

It’s particularly important now, when there’s fear-mongering around immigration, to think about National Hispanic Heritage Month and what Latinos have brought to the United States, said Jason Daniel-Ulloa, assistant teaching professor in the School of Nursing & Health Studies.

October 2, 2020

A major milestone for GWSS major

The discipline now known as Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies is celebrating its 50th anniversary worldwide this year. At the University of Washington Bothell, Oct. 26, 2020, will mark the four-year anniversary of the Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies major and minor.

October 2, 2020

A virtual home away from home

Miguel Macias, the director of the Student Diversity Center, and his team have been preparing the center as a virtual home where students can connect as they deal with social and political issues and begin the academic year.

September 24, 2020