News from School of Nursing & Health Studies
Through education programs with the United Nations and the American Chemical Society, Dr. Grace Lasker is promoting sustainable chemistry, embedded with values of social and environmental justice.
February 19, 2021
Join two UW Bothell faculty members in recognizing the vital role nurses and midwives have in providing health services.
December 18, 2020
Jason Daniel Ulloa, assistant teaching professor with SNHS, was interviewed for the campus news article on "How Hispanics Can Counter the Popular Narrative."
October 5, 2020
"Without a gender transformative approach, male engagement interventions risk reinforcing existing gender inequalities," writes Dean Shari L. Dworkin and colleagues.
August 21, 2020
Congratulations to Part-Time Lecturer Justin Gill! Gill was awarded the 2020 AANP Washington State Advocate Award after being nominated for his work on a legislative advocacy strategy for ARNP (advanced registered nurse practitioner) reimbursement parity with ARNPs United of Washington State!
April 7, 2020
We are proud to announce that Drs. Jody Early and Victoria Breckwich Vasquez were featured on Crosscut for their hard work in creating "Basta!" which is an anti-sexual harassment training toolkit within the agriculture industry. After six years of dedication, research, community engagement and more, their toolkit has been released.
April 6, 2020
Join teams with one of SNHS' Global Community Health Partners, Guatemala Village Health, on a two week service experience. This service-learning course is designed to provide students with hands-on primary care/public health experience in low-resource areas of Guatemala.
January 7, 2020
SNHS faculty, Drs. Jody Early and Victoria Breckwich Vasquez, co-led a grassroots effort in Washington state to address the issue of sexual harassment in agriculture.
November 19, 2019
Samantha Capoeman, UW Bothell School of Nursing & Health Studies alumna, is a member of the Quinault Indian Nation and a nurse who is working in tribal clinics. While she was still a student, she participated in the annual Tribal Canoe Journey, where she celebrated indigenous Coast Salish traditions. For the full article, please visit the campus news blog.
October 22, 2019
We’re proud to announce that our senior lecturer and Director of Health Studies, Dr. Grace Lasker, was featured in an article by Chemical & Engineering News. Dr. Lasker co-created a symposium at the 22nd annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference (GC&E). The symposium focused on how the chemicals used to create common products impact the environment and the connection between those consequences and environmental justice. After the conference, Dr. Lasker was interviewed by Chemical & Engineering News.
October 19, 2018