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Biology students, faculty speed networking

Biology students who need a research project and faculty members looking for research help may connect in a speed networking event. Chatting for five minutes at a table may lead to a mutually beneficial research relationship.

February 28, 2019

Social knowledge builds Boeing career

Working for Boeing, dealing with global managers and aerospace engineers, Natalia “Natty” Valdez says her 2011 degree in Society, Ethics and Human Behavior has proven to be surprisingly helpful.

February 28, 2019

A scholar’s look at love poetry and culture

Poet, professor and founding faculty member, Jeanne Heuving shares her research into love poetry and culture at a Campus Research Connections talk at Hugo House, an independent community space for creative writers in Seattle.

February 22, 2019

New environmental degrees

The University of Washington Bothell has reorganized environmental programs to create two new Bachelor of Science Degrees: Earth System Science, and Conservation and Restoration Science. In addition, it has updated curriculum for the Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies.

February 22, 2019

Anna Bui scholarships have impact

Samantha Bohn is one of the students who had a study abroad experience thanks to a scholarship fund created in the memory of Anna Bui.

February 12, 2019

New environmental center at Saint Edward park

University of Washington Bothell faculty and staff are helping plan an environmental learning center that would utilize Saint Edward State Park as an outdoor classroom and living laboratory.

February 12, 2019

Fresh insights into workplace interruptions

You can manage interruptions that force you to switch from one task to another, says School of Business Associate Pofessor Sophie Leroy, who says they also can be opportunities for leadership and creativity.

February 12, 2019

Early receives national mentorship award

Jody Early, associate professor in the School of Nursing & Health Studies, has received a national mentor award from the Society for Public Health Education.

February 7, 2019

Rethinking the food system

Adam Romero researches the origins of agrochemicals as a way to rethink the political and economic influences on food production. Take arsenic, for example.

February 7, 2019

Engaging indigenous studies

The University of Washington Bothell is engaging indigenous studies as a way to advance scholarship, build relationships with indigenous communities, and better recruit and retain Native American students.

February 7, 2019