Libraries, lakes and learning


Through a Libraries Love Lakes project, students in Dr. Avery Cook Shinneman’s Limnology class and the Woodinville Library created kits filled with fun, educational activities to help children in the Bothell area foster an appreciation for lakes.

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Committed to community


Hana Abdulrahman is a proud Muslim, immigrant and graduate student at the University of Washington Bothell — and is now one of the University’s 2022 Husky 100. 

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Learning comes to life


Students in Gavin Doyle’s Discovery Core class, The Art of the Myth, go on a quest in search of clues hidden on campus grounds. 

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Spreading love and acceptance


Junior Leah Curtis is a volunteer with The Trevor Project, a national organization whose mission is “to end suicide among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning young people. In this personal essay she contributed to the organization’s Stories of Pride series, Curtis, who is majoring in Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies, writes, “I want to show our beautiful young people that they are and should be loved, accepted and celebrated exactly as they are.”

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A showcase of students determined to make change


The 25th annual research symposium showcased more than just impressive findings. It also showcased students’ goals to make the world a more equitable, inclusive place.  

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