A place where plants and people can flourish


Students from the University of Washington Bothell helped to create a native forest with more than 400 different plants at Songaia, an intentional community committed to living a sustainable lifestyle.

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The intersection of social justice and physical science


The EPA has awarded Melanie Malone more than $1.2 million to build capacity for tribal community and agency research on contaminants in urban watersheds. Her research and teaching are interdisciplinary to ensure her students have both STEM and social science skill sets.

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Supporting the oral histories of Seattle’s Central District


Two faculty members in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences are collaborating with partners at Wa Na Wari and other organizations to train community members in oral history practices that preserve the Black cultural heritage of the area.

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Changing the face of education


A LEADER initiative aims to elevate community-driven efforts that increase and sustain diversity in Washington’s education workforce.

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The need to reframe action on climate change


Associate Professor Eric Salathé was among the first generation of graduate students who focused on human-caused climate change. More than 25 years later, he continues this work by helping policymakers create more sustainable solutions that will increase their communities’ resilience to climate change.

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