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Research continues despite coronavirus

The campus may be under restricted operations during the coronavirus pandemic, but the sea anemones in Professor Marc Servetnick’s research project still need to be fed. Caring for them is permitted during the restrictions.

April 29, 2020

Ezeonwu receives Distinguished Teaching Award

Associate Professor Mabel Ezeonwu of the School of Nursing & Health Studies is the recipient of the 2020 Distinguished Teaching Award in recognition of her mentorship and individual attention to students.

April 29, 2020

Pandemic shortens Fulbright research in Namibia

Making the most of her time, Mariah Crystal (Master of Arts in Policy Studies ’10) was able to conduct much of her Fulbright research in Namibia before she was told to return home because of the coronavirus pandemic.

April 29, 2020

UW Bothell influences Monroe School District

Two principals and five assistant principals in the Monroe School District are graduates of the University of Washington Bothell’s Leadership Development for Educators program, which alumna Fredrika Smith helped to found.

April 29, 2020

Q&A: Stephanie Lê, pre-major adviser

How has the job of a pre-major academic adviser changed at the University of Washington Bothell since the coronavirus pandemic forced remote operations? Stephanie Lê answers a few questions from N.L. Sweeney.

April 24, 2020

Admitted students welcomed at a distance

After the Admissions Office had to scrap four scheduled Admitted Student Days on campus, the office launched Dawgs at a Distance, a two-week long campaign of online events and chat sessions for prospective students and their parents.

April 22, 2020

Supporting urban community gardening

Melanie Malone researches contaminants in urban community gardens, which is an important consideration as more people turn to gardening for vegetables during the coronavirus pandemic.

April 22, 2020

UW Bothell welcomes Leslie Cornick as dean of the School of STEM

Leslie Cornick, the new dean of the School of STEM, is a marine mammal ecologist who has been an associate dean at Eastern Washington University. She is known for efforts to increase diversity in science, technology, engineering and math, and for building industry and community partnerships.

April 16, 2020