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Adam Romero researches the origins of agrochemicals as a way to rethink the political and economic influences on food production. Take arsenic, for example.
The University of Washington Bothell is engaging indigenous studies as a way to advance scholarship, build relationships with indigenous communities, and better recruit and retain Native American students.
New Washington state Rep. Jared Mead, 27,was introduced to Olympia politics as a legislative intern when he was a student at UW Bothell (Global Studies ’14).
Bruce Kochis, a retiring UW Bothell faculty member known for leadership on human rights, was celebrated at his Encore! lecture, including an unexpected proclamation from the city of Bothell.
When University of Washington Bothell students learn journalism through community newspapers, they also learn about the ethnic and geographic communities served by the papers.
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