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The heat islands of Snohomish County

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A UW Bothell Master of Arts in policy studies student mapped the “heat islands” of Snohomish County. Temperatures in areas where nearly all the land is developed or paved can be 10 to 15 degrees warmer at night. The Snohomish Health District is using the research.

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History of race and politics from 1967 Detroit

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University of Washington Bothell Professor of American and ethnic studies Scott Kurashige has a timely new book, “The Fifty-Year Rebellion: How the U.S. Political Crisis Began in Detroit.”

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Students see impact with data visualization class

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Students in Katy Cook’s data visualization course see a genuine impact with community partner WithinReach, a Seattle-based health services navigator for residents across Washington.

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Nursing students chronicle stories of Bothell fire

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At Saturday’s block party marking one year since a devastating Bothell fire, UW Bothell nursing lecturer Karen Bowman, right, and city emergency management coordinator Jennifer Warmke shared interviews by community health students on the psychosocial impacts of the fire. 

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Internship impact: Putting skills to work

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BIS 495 Worlds of Work, the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences internship course, is an opportunity for students to apply their critical thinking, collaboration and problem-solving skills to a professional environment. At the same time, it gives students a look at possible jobs or career paths.

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