News from School of Nursing & Health Studies
In this article focusing on the mental health crisis in Washington, KIRO 7 consults Dr. Sunita Iyer who reminds of the danger of conflating mental health and criminal activity.
February 15, 2023
Tell us about yourself and what led you to UWB: My name is Anisa Madey, a senior at UWB, and I am a double major in Health Studies and Science, technology, and society. I was drawn toUWB because of the small community that is very welcoming to everyone which has helped meforge deep relationships with...
October 12, 2023
My name is Vivian Lubwama, and my pronouns are she/her. I graduated in the class of 2023from the Health Studies program.I love that UW Bothell is a small community that embraces everyone and makes you feelwelcome. I appreciate the small classrooms where the teachers are always there to help andsupport you. I especially enjoyed the...
October 12, 2023
The School of Nursing & Health Studies is proud to announce the launch of the new Master of Science in Community Health & Social Justice! Students will explore the root causes of health inequities, promote and implement anti-racist policies and social justice through community health programming, and develop the leadership skills to serve and uplift historically marginalized communities. Classwork will be in social justice, history and ethics, research theory, advocacy, social epidemiology, inclusive health care management and related topics.
December 9, 2022
The School of Nursing & Health Studies is proud to announce the appointment of Linda Watts as our Interim Dean.
September 6, 2022
The School of Nursing & Health Studies received $750,000 as part of the $1.5 trillion FY 2022 omnibus spending bill.
March 21, 2022
Welcome to SNHS Audrey! Meet our new Retention Specialist, Audrey Cox.
February 23, 2022
SNHS lecturer Amanda Morse was interviewed for the KIRO 7 article, "CDC advisers recommend who should get COVID-19 vaccine first."
December 2, 2020
Join us on Monday, 5/18, beginning at 1:00 p.m. for live zoom sessions on mental health! Topics include practices for depression and anxiety, coping with mental illness, mindfulness, and more! Visit the Wellness Fest site for more information on Behavioral Health Day.
May 15, 2020
A special thank you to our nursing alumni, health studies alumni, and community partners caring for our communities. Watch the video: https://uw.thankview.com/video/5eb9d62ad290e/julie-klein
May 13, 2020
Several of SNHS' faculty participate in the Learning Community responsible for the Behavioral Health Awareness Day activities.
May 12, 2020