Disability Justice

In the course, “Disability Representation in Society,” taught by Mo West, students use art and community engagement as a tool for learning about disability justice. Read the full article: https://www.uwb.edu/news/2024/05/03/the-art-and-practice-of-disability-justice

May 10, 2024

Meet Amy Thai, HS Student

Amy Thai, Health Studies student, took a few minutes from her busy schedule to answer a few questions for SNHS. Tell us about yourself and what led you to UW Bothell: I am a first generation person in my family to attend college. I have applied to other schools in Washington but I wanted a...

November 29, 2023

MS Student Presents at APHA

Hilleary Nguyen, student in the Master of Science in Community Health & Social Justice program and Health Studies alum, presented at the American Public Health Association conference in November. Hilleary took the time to answer a few questions for us. How did you end up presenting at APHA? Please tell me about your presentation.  I...

November 29, 2023

Get to Know Anisa Madey, HS Student

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

Jim Vaughan, MN Student

MN student Jim Vaughan shares his compelling story with the UW Bothell community.

September 20, 2022

Get to know Jenny Phan, HS Student

Health Studies student Jenny Phan tells us about her experiences at UWB and how her coursework helped her find her passion for health administration.

May 26, 2022

Meet Mindy Vu!

Get to know Health Studies student Mindy Vu! Mindy shared some of her experiences at UWB and her plans for the future.

May 26, 2022

Meier Sisters in SNHS: This is Our Calling

The Meier sisters, Hannah, Rachael, and Sophie, are all students in the School of Nursing & Health Studies pursuing degrees that will allow them to have an impact on the health care field.

May 26, 2022

HS Alum Wins Chancellor’s Student Civic Leadership Award

Health Studies graduate Ngoc-Vy Mai has earned the Chancellor's Student Civic Leadership Award. The award honors students who address critical issues on campus and in their communities through service and social entrepreneurship.

May 17, 2022

BSN Students Work to Prevent Social Isolation

Students in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program explore the impacts of social isolation. Social isolation has been proven to be a danger to both mental and physical health.

February 23, 2022