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Answering the call to public service

Alumna Kelly Park knew she wanted a career in public service since she was a child. And her education at UW Bothell has shaped how she approaches her new position as chief of police for the city of Shoreline.

November 18, 2022

My Story: My best self

Despite barriers such as cultural expectations and the cost of living, student Zumrad Makhkamova has always done better than expected, whether in school in Uzbekistan, as a member of the honor guard in the U.S. Navy, and now as president of the UW Bothell chapter of Beta Alpha Psi.

November 18, 2022

A new program’s promising start

Earlier this year, the UW Bothell School of Business launched a new program with the Bellevue Chamber to provide easier access to skills gained in an MBA program. In this 425Business story, writer Blake Peterson reports on the success of the Mini-MBA’s first cohort.

November 10, 2022

Campus Library is about more than books

Students at UW Bothell have access to more than just books at the Campus Library. They can also work with librarians who are subject matter experts, borrow course texts and media collections, and take advantage of equipment and space for private and group work.

November 10, 2022

Car buying and the supply chain

In this KIRO 7 News story , Dr. Surya Pathak talks with reporter Deedee Sun about the microchip shortage and how it is affecting the car buying process.

November 4, 2022

Creating a better tomorrow

Alumna Marjan Didra came to the United States in search of a better life. Now, she helps veterans find the same.

November 4, 2022

Being first can be exciting and scary

The University of Washington Bothell, along with the UW in Seattle and in Tacoma, honors first-generation students on Nov. 8. Join students, staff and faculty at the Plaza from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for treats and fun activities.

November 4, 2022