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Out of Africa: UW Bothell prof authors 'Selling the Serengeti'

New book by UW Bothell's Benjamin Gardner

In his new book, “Selling the Serengeti,” University of Washington Bothell Associate Professor Benjamin Gardner studies the influence of safari tourism – ecotourism or big-game hunting -- on land rights, market forces and the Maasai culture in Tanzania.

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UW Bothell leaders win engineering awards

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Two University of Washington Bothell leaders have been honored by the Puget Sound Engineering Council as top talents in the region. Elaine Scott, dean of the School of STEM, and Wendy Lawrence, a UW Bothell advisory board member, received their awards at a banquet at the Museum of Flight in Seattle on February 13. Scott was named 2016 Academic Engineer of the Year and veteran astronaut Lawrence was recognized for her many contributions to education.
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Student finds UW Bothell a place to start again

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Amanda Morgan was a high-school dropout who fled an abusive marriage. But has re-invented herself, thanks to her own initiative and the help of UW Bothell professors. Morgan expects to graduate in 2017 with a bachelor's degree in biology. She hopes to eventually earn a Ph.D. with the goal of understanding and treating neurobiological brain disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease.

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CSPAN crew records UW Bothell African-American history class

A CSPAN crew records Dan Berger talking to his African-American Studies class.

A CSPAN crew was on the University of Washington Bothell campus Thursday to film Dan Berger's Introduction to African-American Studies class.

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Support for first-gen students

Support for first-gen students

The University of Washington Bothell is home to a diverse body of students and for many, they are the first in their families to attend college. A first generation college student is a student whose parent(s)/legal guardians have not completed a bachelor’s degree at a four-year college or university and are the first in their immediate family to attend a college or university.

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