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Fall Convergence: Memory & Memorial

The 9th annual Fall Convergence begins Thursday, Sept. 30, and runs through Saturday, Oct. 1. This year’s theme is Memory and Memorial.

September 28, 2021

Welcome back, pack

In just a few short days, the UW Bothell campus will once again be filled with Husky pride as students join faculty and staff for in-person instruction after 18 long months apart. That alone is a reason to celebrate. And for six weeks, we’ll do just that.

September 24, 2021

Building a rich culture for graduate students

Graduate students go through comprehensive orientation sessions, have one-to-one appointments with their advisers and meet their cohorts — all before walking into the classroom. Learn how each school customizes its onboarding to meet student needs.

September 24, 2021

Solving problems with software

Keziah May, a recent graduate from the University of Washington Bothell, uses her skills as a software engineer to solve real-world problems — virtually.

September 24, 2021

UW Bothell traditions

Even as a young campus, UW Bothell has traditions that bring meaning and color to the campus community. New students gather on the sports field each fall to take a ceremonial picture. The student activities fair is in fall and the year ends with the lighting of the W in December. Read about the campus traditions.

September 21, 2021

Q & A with Martin Arroyo

Has work in Commuter Services at UW Bothell changed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic? Martin Arroyo, transportation director, answers a few questions from Maria Lamarca Anderson, director of communications.

September 21, 2021

Resilience, recovery & reformation

In pursuit of higher education, graduate student Kristina Jorgensen transformed their life, their family’s life and the lives of those in their community — overcoming some extraordinary obstacles in the process.

September 20, 2021

Students provide health and hope

Nursing students in the course Population-based Health in Community Practice discovered unique ways to apply their learning this past summer. Teaching basic yoga poses, giving presentations on body mechanics, and the ever-important art of listening helped them to better understand the communities they serve as nurses.

September 20, 2021

COVID-19 crowdfunding

When the pandemic struck, Dr. Nora Kenworthy of the School of Nursing & Health Studies decided to revisit her work on crowdfunding. She found that “a very large proportion of campaigns, even larger in the past, were really not raising any money at all.”

September 10, 2021

My Story: I am because they were

In honor of National Hispanic American Heritage Month, Miguel Macias-Armenta, director of the UW Bothell Student Diversity Center, shares his family’s journey to the U.S. and how it shaped his Mexican identity and informs his work today.

September 10, 2021

Courage to create change

Tay Verville is a 2021 graduate and Husky 100 recipient who has a talent for connecting with people, a passion for empowering others and a desire to make a impact on her community. “Any activist trying to make a difference in this world resonates in my heart,” says Verville.

September 10, 2021

Surprised by science 

Health Studies student Ayomikun Akinrinade worked at a UW research facility studying sea urchins. His research has the potential to change the design of medical instruments.

September 10, 2021