News from School of Nursing & Health Studies
Meet Assistant Teaching Professor Jason Daniel-Ulloa! Dr. Daniel-Ulloa is currently working on a photovoice project focused on the experiences of discrimination that students faced at UWB.
January 20, 2023
Get to know Assistant Teaching Professor Stefanie Iverson Cabral! Dr. Iverson Cabral is teaching "Infectious Disease Detectives" this quarter.
January 13, 2023
Read about Daniel Cavanaugh's courses on Ecopsychology and their benefit to students. The field of Ecopsychology centers on the emotional, physical, and even spiritual bonds between human beings and the Earth.
January 9, 2023
Get to know Assistant Professor Miryha Gould Runnerstrom. Dr. Runnerstrom joined SNHS this fall and took the time to answer a few questions for us.
October 14, 2022
A pilot research project titled, College-high school Resilience, Outreach, & Wellbeing (CROW) Connecting Bothell and Bellevue, has been funded by the University of Washington Resilience & Compassion Seed Grant. The seed grants are awarded by the Resilience Lab at UW Seattle to support the beginning stages of projects that cultivate resilience, compassion, and sustainability.
July 29, 2022
SNHS is proud to announce that Dr. Stefanie Iverson Cabral has been awarded the 2022 Distinguished Teaching Award!
May 9, 2022
SNHS Assistant Teaching Professor Dr. Stefanie Iverson Cabral has taught Disease, Human History, Society & Civilization for over ten years. Only now, Iverson Cabral's students aren't limited to imagining the effects of a pandemic.
March 7, 2022
SNHS Associate Teaching Professor Mo West is dedicated to fighting ableism and creating a more inclusive society.
March 7, 2022
Learn more about SNHS Assistant Teaching Professor Sunita Iyer. Dr. Iyer talks about their current projects, what inspires them, and their aspirations.
February 11, 2022
SNHS' Behavioral Health program for health care professionals was launched last autumn. The program's success has prompted program expansion plans. Every participant in the first cohort said they would recommend the course to peers and coworkers. SNHS dean, Shari L. Dworkin, said “I’m thrilled for the students and their patients, and so proud of our team for this program that will change how caregivers and providers care for the most vulnerable.”
November 8, 2021