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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.
City of Bellevue information technology, parks and planning officials welcome the ideas from UW Bothell students undertaking website and business projects as part of the UW’s Livable City Year program.
A downhill mountain bike racer, Kat Sweet received a degree in Society, Ethics and Human Behavior and then started a mountain bike coaching business with an interactive, interdisciplinary approach she took from UW Bothell.
Recently launched as part of the campus library’s digital archives, the Washington Prison History Project contains hundreds of documents and photos by and about incarcerated people in state prisons since the 1960s.
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