Research News

Walsh researches racial politics in taxation

Camille Walsh

A tax scholar, Camille Walsh believes taxation is a system that stabilizes society by providing a safety net for the vulnerable. There’s nobility in paying taxes and being part of the system that includes everyone, says Walsh, an assistant professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences.

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‘Ready-to-resume’ plan manages interruptions

Sophie Leroy

When you’re interrupted at one task, taking a minute to make a “ready-to-resume” plan will help you return and prevent “attention residue” in the meantime. Sophie Leroy, an assistant professor in the UW Bothell School of Business, talks about her research in this UW News story.

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Looking under the health care safety net

medical cost graphic

Two UW Bothell faculty members who have been attracting widespread news coverage for their survey of GoFundMe medical campaigns are now taking a closer look at who falls through the health care safety net and turns to the internet for help with medical bills.

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Putting nursing knowledge into practice

Four nurses present research on preventing teen suicide.

Working nurses in the RN to BSN program at the UW Bothell School of Nursing & Health Studies showed how research could be translated into practice during a presentation for Providence Regional Medical Center Everett.

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What are UW Bothell crows crowing about?

Crows on roof of UW Bothell building

Researchers are listening in on the thousands of crows that gather in the evening at the University of Washington Bothell. The computerized eavesdropping studies the relationship between calls and the birds' behavior.

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Developing a cybersecurity knowledge network

Sen. Maria Cantwell at podium

The severity of cybersecurity threats, the range of targets and the need for skilled professionals was clear at a symposium on energy workforce cybersecurity attended by Sen. Maria Cantwell Nov. 17 at the University of Washington Bothell.

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Fellowships promote community-based learning

CBLR word banner

Now in its 12th year, the community-based learning and research (CBLR) fellowship program is part of UW Bothell's commitment to connected learning and community engagement. This academic year, eight faculty members received support.

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Salmon in society: biology, history, law

Snow Creek salmon

Through field trips in western Washington and projects in the UW Bothell wetlands, the Salmon and Society course explores salmon from biological, cultural and legal perspectives. Students meet state and tribal resource managers, politicians and riverfront homeowners. 

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Cantwell at energy cybersecurity symposium

Sen. Maria Cantwell

Sen. Maria Cantwell is participating in a symposium on cybersecurity Nov. 17 at the University of Washington Bothell in Discovery Hall. The symposium brings together experts from the government, private sector, utilities, military and academia to discuss defense against cyber-attacks.

 

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Library archives support research, teaching

John McCoy, Dan Berger

The University of Washington Bothell/Cascadia Campus Library creates digital archives to support faculty research and teaching. Archives include prison history, feminist organizations, campus wetlands and Bothell community voices.

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Other Research News

Joey Key's research in Gravitational Wave Astronomy contributed to winners' Nobel Prize.
October 7, 2017. Read South Widbey Record Article.

 

"why we drop out"
September 19, 2017
A new book, co-authored by UW Bothell's Antony Smith, uncovers surprising answers to why students drop out.

Five reasons to leave your science bubble.
August 24, 2017
An article about the benefits of cross-disciplinary research.

2017 Chancellor's Distinguished Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice Menotr Awards announced
May 12, 2017

The moral failure of crowdfunding health care
April 3, 2017
Features Nora Kenworthy and Lauren Berliner.

Searching for the little red fish in local streams
December 2, 2016
Features Dr. Jeff Jensen

Thousands of crows darken Bothell’s sky, attracting scholars
April 29, 2016
Features Doug Wacker and John Marzluff.
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