Stories

Community engagement activities come to life through the stories we tell

Promoting health in community

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The fourth annual Wellness Fest on May 18 is a campus-wide event brings together students, campus and community partners to promote mental health and student wellbeing at UW Bothell and Cascadia College. 

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Good friends, good food and great fundraising

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Each year, alumni from UW Bothell gather to reconnect, have some fun — and raise money for a good cause during Alumni Weekend. Members of the local community are also invited to join the weekend’s events. 

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Shedding stigma and sharing support

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Dr. Jody Early, professor in the School of Nursing & Health Studies, and Sandra Huber, community engagement manager at Verdant Health, developed Mental Health Matters of Washington — a new community-driven mental health promotion program that offers education, community engagement, resource navigation and social support. 

 

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MFA community members perform with national dance company

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Students in the Master of Fine Arts program were community performers in the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company’s production titled, What Problem?, which explored the tension between belonging to a community and feelings of isolation. 

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Community mural commemorates a lifelong passion

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The 112-foot mural painted on SPUD Fish & Chips highlights the work of Dr. Jeff Jensen and the Salmon Watchers program he leads. 

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Celebrating the power of community giving on Husky Giving Day 2022

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Financial support that can help increase equity, inclusion and a sense of belonging at the University of Washington Bothell are at the heart of this year’s Husky Giving Day on April 7. During the 24-hour giving campaign, donors to the UW can choose from a range of ways to support people, programs and projects all across the University. 

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New book centers Indigenous worldviews

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Audubon reviews “Fresh Banana Leaves: Healing Indigenous Landscapes Through Indigenous Science,” a new book by Dr. Jessica Hernandez in which she shares her personal history as a Maya Ch’orti’ and Binnizá woman and her lived experience as a lifelong learner and scholar of Indigenous science.

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Collaboratory grand opening

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The University of Washington Bothell this week held a grand opening for the Collaboratory — a creative space that fosters teamwork and has the equipment needed to transform ideas into tangible products. 

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Passion meets policy

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Alumna Megan Dunn ’15 got her master’s in Policy Studies from the University of Washington Bothell and is now using her to degree as the chair of the Snohomish County Council.

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Recipe for a haircut

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In an opinion piece for the South Seattle Emerald, MFA alumnus Troy Landrum Jr. writes in detail about this precious bonding experience between a father and son. The time-honored tradition is one he shared with his father and a ritual he continues to this day.

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