Native students needed in business education


In honor of Indigenous Peoples Day, Dr. Deanna Kennedy shares her efforts to encourage more Native students to pursue business education.

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Digital skills to fight ‘real world’ inequities


Two students from UW Bothell spent the summer working with Snohomish County Legal Services, creating digital communications to help guide people in poverty out of crisis. 


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Expanding regional research opportunities


A grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation allows UW Bothell faculty to help students overcome geographic, economic and academic barriers to pursuing graduate studies in STEM. 

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Marine protected areas are key to actualize conservation vision


New research published in Frontiers in Marine Science indicates that while the size of marine protected areas is important for marine megafauna to thrive, “Placement and design are critical for effectiveness,” says Dr. Sara Maxwell, associate professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences and principal investigator for the study.

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Two Washington doctors on the fallout of overturning Roe v Wade


Dr. Meghan-Eagen Torkko, UW Bothell associate professor in the School of Nursing & Health Studies, and Dr. Monica McLemore, a new faculty member joining the UW School of Nursing in the fall, were recently interviewed by KUOW about potential health care outcomes.

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