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My Story: A tale of two Huskies & two heroes

Christian Dunham, STEM graduate student, Green Beret, veteran and volunteer with Task Force Pineapple, works to get Afghan refugees safely out of Afghanistan and to the states. In so doing, he is paying forward a great sacrifice made by one of his heroes.

October 29, 2021

A delightful delivery

By writing thank you notes to health care workers, students at UW Bothell started a ripple of joy that reached nurses and aides at EvergreenHealth, giving them a reason to smile even in the midst of the latest wave of the pandemic.

October 29, 2021

Class brings dreams to life

University of Washington Bothell prepares students to enter the workforce. In a course taught by Rafael Delgado, alumna Mari McMenamin was more than just prepared to start a career; the class was the reason she was hired for her dream job.

October 29, 2021

A strong return to in-person learning at UW Bothell

The University of Washington Bothell welcomed its second-largest class of incoming students last month. Chancellor Kristin Esterberg said the strong return to in-person learning demonstrates the strength of UW Bothell’s programs and the importance of higher education for our students and for our community.

October 21, 2021

My story: Shining like the sun

Djelli Berisha is the first-ever UW Bothell student to serve on the University of Washington board of regents. A senior in STEM, he writes about his Albanian heritage, moving from fear to determination and the transformative power of higher education.

October 21, 2021

DOJ grant to support a violence-free campus

A collaboration between the University of Washington Bothell and Cascadia College has received significant funding from the Office on Violence Against Women, a division of the U.S. Department of Justice. “This award will be transformational.”

October 21, 2021

Q&A: Pauline Tolentino

Pauline Tolentino, Student Engagement & Activities program manager, answers questions about how her work has changed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

October 21, 2021

Viral Epidemics prepares students for college life

Virtual Epidemics is a Discovery Core course that prepares students for university-level learning and provides context for the state of the world during the second year of the coronavirus pandemic.

October 14, 2021

IAS Dean Brinda Sarathy cares for our community

Dr. Brinda Sarathy, the new dean of the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, is passionate about advocating for justice, encouraging students and highlighting accomplishments of the faculty.

October 14, 2021

Kenneth Hines: special agent, educator, CEO

Alumnus Kenneth Hines has held many distinguished positions throughout his career in accounting. Currently, he is an executive-in-residence at UW Bothell’s School of Business and the CEO of accounting firm Integritas³.

October 14, 2021

Disability is not inability

Christopher Hays, a recent graduate from the University of Washington Bothell, has shown his community that it is not his disability that defines him, but rather how he has dealt with the challenges his disability presents.

October 8, 2021