Alumni till fertile soil


Environmental Studies alumni David Jackson ’17 and Sara Rocero ’17 are using their degrees for the greater good of the environment while working at the Snohomish Conservation District. 

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New book centers Indigenous worldviews


Audubon reviews “Fresh Banana Leaves: Healing Indigenous Landscapes Through Indigenous Science,” a new book by Dr. Jessica Hernandez in which she shares her personal history as a Maya Ch’orti’ and Binnizá woman and her lived experience as a lifelong learner and scholar of Indigenous science.

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Critical thinking for lifelong learning


Dr. Martha Groom and Dr. David Stokes, professors in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, participated in a national study on critical thinking — and their students from the University of Washington Bothell had the highest gains.

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Conflicts over education in 2022


In this article in The Conversation, assistant professor Joseph Ferrare examines long-standing ideological debates about education. Affirmative action, virtual education, teachers unions and gifted programs are among the topics that will be front-and-center in 2022.

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Our home in the forest


UW Bothell’s commitment to environmental education and research is exemplified by its expert faculty, eager students — and the new center at St. Edwards State Park the University runs with community partners. 

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