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Students in Jason Lambacher’s American Government & Politics course learned about voter demographics and offered suggestions to the Snohomish County Elections Department through community-based learning projects.
When University of Washington Bothell students learn journalism through community newspapers, they also learn about the ethnic and geographic communities served by the papers.
University of Washington Bothell business students helped Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County win a three-year, $288,000 grant the agency needed to open another office to support victims of domestic abuse.
New artworks on the walls of Ronald Commons are especially meaningful to residents of the 60-unit housing development, many of whom were once homeless. They created the art themselves with University of Washington Bothell students.
An electrified fence at the Farmer Frog educational farm prevents bears from helping themselves to strawberries. Mechanical engineering students added a camera with bear-recognition software.
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