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Mabel Ezeonwu, an associate professor in the School of Nursing & Health Studies and recipient of UW Bothell’s 2020 Distinguished Teaching Award, tells UW Bothell Magazine how she transitioned fieldwork courses to remote learning when the pandemic hit.
Despite the pandemic, students were still able to have rich learning experiences in the annual Washington, D.C., Human Rights Seminar through a series of online dialogues with experts and mentors who include five alumni of the program.
How has work in student housing changed since remote operations began at UW Bothell? Karan Sandhu, a resident director, answers a few questions from Director of Communications Maria Lamarca Anderson.
Everyone on campus had to pivot when the coronavirus forced the University of Washington Bothell into remote operations, but one of the biggest twists may have been how a planned study abroad trip to India turned into a virtual internship program.
When UW Bothell students collaborated on a writing project with a group at the Latino Educational Training Institute, it wasn’t long before they were sharing recipes. The result was a remote potluck that nonetheless had the feel of an intimate family dinner.
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