Health Studies Alumni in Senegal

Health Studies alumni Aimee Desrochers and Alex Winters, both class of 2014, found out global health can be a small world when they unexpectedly bumped into each other in Senegal.

December 5, 2016

Award Winning Artist/Activist: Vicente Rodriguez Fernandez

The School of Nursing & Health Studies, the Social Justice Organizers, and the Comparative History of Ideas Program (@ UW Seattle) are co-hosting guest speaker Vicente Rodriquez Fernandez on Tuesday, 11/8, 3:30 - 4:30 in Discovery 061. Join us in welcoming human rights activist, cartoonist, and screenwriter, Vicente Rodriguez Fernandez, Spanish Romani Activist.

November 3, 2016

Study Abroad in Sardinia: Community Engagement on a Global Level

Associate Professor, Jody Early, co-lead a group of students as they travelled to Sardinia, Italy. The 25 students, from a variety of disciplines, worked with individuals migrating to Sardinia seeking asylum. For the full story, please visit the UWB news page.

October 18, 2016

News Article Spotlights UWB Nursing Students and Faculty

Our Partners in Community Health students work with a variety of organizations in our community. The Herald, an Everett based newspaper, published an article exploring the impact our students have in the community and how that partnership benefits our students. The article, "UW Bothell Grows Partnerships Beyond Classroom," details how our connected learning opportunities

September 9, 2016

Honoring LETI’s Contributions to Community Based Learning

Community-Based Learning, or CBLR, allows collaboration between the University and our community. These partnerships prepare students to address critical societal issues. Our School has honored LETI (Latino Educational Training Institute) for enhancing our students' educational experiences through CBLR.

August 31, 2016

Team Guatemala Video Available

Dr. Mabel Ezeonwu, Associate Professor in the School of Nursing & Health Studies, led 18 UW Bothell students on a two week trip to Guatemala. The students held one day clinics and learned about the challenges of providing health care in resource-poor settings.

August 30, 2016

Inaugural Swedish MN Cohort Begins Autumn 2016

Our Masters of Nursing program will launch a new off-site cohort this autumn featuring hybrid course delivery. The Swedish cohort will focus on executive leadership for experienced nurse managers. The program coursework was created collaboratively and includes elements from the School of Business and Computing & Software.

August 3, 2016

Team Guatemala

Global Health Promotion in Guatemala: Health Services Delivery in Resource-poor Settings was a two week study abroad program this summer. Students, led by Dr. Mabel Ezeonwu, experienced first-hand the difficulties of delivering care with few resources available. (Photo Credit: Briana Hermes)

August 3, 2016

Community Partnerships: LETI Expo, 8/13

This summer our BNURS 409: Partnerships in Community Health students collaborated with community partner Latino Education and Training Institute to plan and promote the LETI Expo. The Expo is a free event taking place on 8/13 on the Edmonds Community College campus.

August 2, 2016