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Monday morning finals postponed to Wednesday

A weekend windstorm caused a speed bump for some students driving toward spring break. Monday morning tests had to be postponed because of a power outage. The finals will be rescheduled for Wednesday. Students should check with professors for times.

March 14, 2016

Cauce: UW Bothell represents the best

University of Washington President Ana Mari Cauce says the growing UW Bothell campus represents the best of what the University is accomplishing

March 11, 2016

Digital Future Lab: Sandbox for neurodiversity

UW Bothell’s Digital Future Lab stresses neurodiversity by not only bringing more women and people of color into computing but also by welcoming musicians, artists and others who think differently.

March 11, 2016

Commencement: The best day ever

Administrators at UW Bothell are asking graduates to plan ahead this year, as larger graduating classes mean less space for spectators at commencement. At this time, registered graduates will receive four guest tickets. The ceremony will be live-streamed on UWTV.

March 10, 2016

Artists win $10,000 prize with moon ‘Wave Signs’

Two University of Washington Bothell faculty members have won a $10,000 prize in a competition with more than 50 entries in which they were asked to imagine what an artist would create on the moon. (Photo credit Axel Roesler)

March 9, 2016

UW Bothell wins inclusion award

University of Washington Bothell’s Office of Student Engagement and Activities won a national award for its work to support diversity and inclusion. The American College Personnel Association-College Student Educators International awarded the office the Voice of Inclusion team medallion for the IDEA project.

March 9, 2016

Alum’s business destroyed in blast

The Mr. Gyros shop owned by University of Washington Bothell alum Sammy Arsheed – also the operator of a popular food truck on campus -- was one of the businesses destroyed in an early-morning natural gas explosion Wednesday in Seattle’s Greenwood neighborhood. Seattle neighbors and friends from UW Bothell are offering support, including pages set up at

March 9, 2016

Computer prof’s coding grads are in demand

When University of Washington Bothell Professor Kelvin Sung recommends one of his programming graduates for a job at a tech company he’s not surprised if the hiring manager later calls and asks, “Do you have any more like that one?”

March 4, 2016

T-Mobile partners for $5,000 diversity grant

High school and college students in Washington could win a grant of up to $5,000 and mentoring from T-Mobile to complete a project aimed at solving a diversity issue. Students may apply by March 21 by posting a 3-to-5 minute video on the UW Bothell Facebook page. T-Mobile is partnering with the University of Washington Bothell’s Diversity and Inclusion Conference.

March 4, 2016

Staff spotlight

Meet the unsung heroes of UW Bothell who make our campus run. This post features Sargeant Cham Kao, UW Bothell's director of campus safety.

March 3, 2016

Students compete in analyst competition

A team of three University of Washington Bothell business students finished high in the annual competition organized by the Chartered Financial Analysts Society of Seattle. The competition with five other schools came down to three finalists. The University of Washington Bothell team finished second, continuing a tradition of strong showings.

March 1, 2016