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UW Bothell welcomes diverse businesses

Judi Tsuchida and Eddie Smith

UW Bothell held its first Business Diversity Program Small Business Fair on Sept. 5. The University encourages local businesses — especially those owned by women, minorities and veterans — to serve as vendors for its office supplies, catering, awards, flowers, photography and other goods and services.

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Internship impact: Experiential learning

Neil Wang

The School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences internship course BIS 495 Worlds of Work allows students to apply their skills in a professional environment where they can look at a possible career. Meet some of the students in the summer class.

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Cruz Garibay wins Fulbright award

Cruz Garibay

UW Bothell graduate Cruz Garibay, who grew up in an immigrant family in Yakima and was the 2015 UW Homecoming King, won a 2018 Fulbright grant to Brazil. The fifth UW Bothell recipient of a U.S. student Fulbright award, Garibay will work as an English teaching assistant at a university.

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Microbial version of Tolstoy principle

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Research led by Jesse Zaneveld, an assistant professor of biological sciences at UW Bothell, found that the bacterial communities that live inside each of our guts react very differently from person to person under stress.  The researchers published a perspective piece in Nature Microbiology outlining the microbial version of the  Anna Karenina principle.

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Butch de Castro moving to Seattle campus

Butch de Castro

Butch de Castro, associate professor in the UW Bothell School of Nursing and Health Studies, is moving to the UW School of Nursing in Seattle as the school’s associate dean for diversity, equity and inclusion. 

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