Bonus benefits from community computing class


Computer science students in a community-based learning course teach programming to middle school students while building their own skills for a career — and for mentoring.

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Consulting class helps neighborhood restaurant


A team of business students from a project management course gave a local restaurant some marketing ideas it’s using to help survive the pandemic. Try the “take and bake” pasta kit.

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A look back at 2020: Moments to remember

As the University of Washington Bothell marks the end of its 30th anniversary — a year shaped by a pandemic, social justice protests, smothering wildfires and an election season like no other — we share these 30 images that capture, just in part, the unwavering dedication and hard work of our campus community.

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For many, it really is the year of the midwife


The coronavirus pandemic created more demand for midwives to assist at home births, said Sunita Iyer, a licensed midwife who teaches in the School of Nursing & Health Studies.

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Walking and thinking go hand in hand


The Discovery Core course the Art and Politics of  Walking discusses walking as a vehicle to explore other topics — paying attention, mindfulness, politics,  protests and environmental design.

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