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The history of the University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia College campus is alive in the person of Jeff Truly. Now a member of the staff, his family owned a cattle ranch on the land.
How has the job of grounds supervisor changed since the coronavirus pandemic altered the learning landscape at the University of Washington Bothell? Tyson Kemper answers a few questions from Sean Park.
Thanks to a UW Bothell Herbarium project, dozens of plants, bushes and trees on around campus have labels with QR codes that a smartphone can read to open a website with site-specific information.
Every day is Earth Day at the University of Washington Bothell where wetlands cover half the campus and sustainability is ingrained in academics, operations and policies.
If the University of Washington Bothell had an official insect it would be the bee. Bees embody the university’s commitment to environmental sustainability in academics and practice.
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