Stories

Community engagement activities come to life through the stories we tell

Saving salmon, one mural at a time

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Restoring salmon in local creeks requires educating the community on their whereabouts. In this story [seattletimes.com], The Seattle Times reports on high school senior Austin Picinich’s mural project that was informed by the work of Dr. Jeff Jensen, teaching professor in the School of STEM.

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New digital skills put to good use

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Sophomore Minh Than participated in the new Digital Scholars Program at UW Bothell where she honed her computer skills while helping fellow immigrants in need. 

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Mental health matters

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Suicide is the second-highest leading cause of death for people ages 10 to 24. This KING 5 story reports on the program developed by the School of Nursing & Health Studies and Verdant Health Commission to train students and teens to provide mental health support for their peers.

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Expanding regional research opportunities

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A grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation allows UW Bothell faculty to help students overcome geographic, economic and academic barriers to pursuing graduate studies in STEM. 

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Democratizing business leadership education

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UW Bothell and the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce came together to launch the Eastside Mini-MBA — a pioneering executive certificate program aimed at developing the next generation of inspirational business leaders in the Eastside community. 

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Legacy award 2022

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Mary Hammons and Conrad Brown are the 2022 recipients of UW Bothell’s Legacy Award. The couple honor the legacy of their daughter through an endowed scholarship for nursing students.

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Libraries, lakes and learning

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Through a Libraries Love Lakes project, students in Dr. Avery Cook Shinneman’s Limnology class and the Woodinville Library created kits filled with fun, educational activities to help children in the Bothell area foster an appreciation for lakes.

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Objects as mirrors of culture

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Southeast Asian Pasts and Futures is a new program at UW Bothell in which students of Asian descent spend quarters studying together to understand their past, address their present and reimagine their future. 

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UW Bothell and Bellevue College partner for business student success

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College students pursuing business careers will have more access to a four-year degree through a collaboration between UW Bothell and Bellevue College.

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Learning comes to life

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Students in Gavin Doyle’s Discovery Core class, The Art of the Myth, go on a quest in search of clues hidden on campus grounds. 

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