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Longtime partners in community-based learning, the Latino Educational Training Institute and the University of Washington Bothell have teamed up again to produce a series of workplace health and safety videos for the state.
The University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia College are hosting events throughout the month of April for Earth Week, both online and in-person, following COVID-19 guidelines.
Dr. Carrie Tzou, left, professor in the School of Educational Studies and director of the Goodlad Institute, helped develop curriculum for elementary teachers such as Amanda Thornton to teach COVID-19 science lessons.
University of Washington Bothell partners with Puget Soundkeeper Alliance and Viva Farms for Alternative Spring Break, providing students with fun and impactful volunteer opportunities.
School of STEM Dean Leslie Cornick is working to strengthen connections with regional industry to generate new opportunities for students and to enhance the workforce pipeline in science, technology, engineering and math.
Students from Dr. Robin Fleming and Dr. Jody Early’s courses partnered with the Snohomish Health District to create social media messages about COVID-19 that encourage young adults to wear masks.
The University of Washington Bothell co-hosted its first exclusive Service Organization Job Fair to connect nonprofits such as City Year with students interested in serving others.
Dr. Gülru Özkan-Seely, left, and Maria Lamarca Anderson are recipients of the University of Washington Bothell 2021 Community Engagement awards for scholarship and service.
For winter quarter, Gary Carpenter’s course, Creative Activism: Inspiring Social Change through the Arts, collaborated with a partner in India in discussing social issues and producing an online arts festival.
A team including Dr. Grace Lasker, a UW Bothell teaching professor, created a food truck cleaning information toolkit promoting chemicals that are healthier for people and safer for the environment.