KIRO 7 Story Features Dr. Iyer

In this article focusing on the mental health crisis in Washington, KIRO 7 consults Dr. Sunita Iyer who reminds of the danger of conflating mental health and criminal activity.

February 15, 2023

Bothell Alumni Featured in “The Huddle”

Three UW Bothell Master of Nursing alumni were featured in a recent issue of The Huddle. In “From Classroom to Clinic: UW Medicine Nurses Share Their UW School of Nursing Journeys,” alumni shared how their education impacted their careers. Read the article: https://huddle.uwmedicine.org/national-nurses-week-2024/

May 10, 2024

Disability Justice

In the course, “Disability Representation in Society,” taught by Mo West, students use art and community engagement as a tool for learning about disability justice. Read the full article: /news/2024/05/03/the-art-and-practice-of-disability-justice

May 10, 2024

HS Alumnae Making a Difference in Our Community

Kashpa Khan and Isabella Humphries, two alumnae from UW Bothell’s Health Studies program are working as part of the Patient Engagement and Navigation team at HealthPoint — a nonprofit community health center based in the Greater Seattle area. Khan and Humphries connect patients with the resources they need. Read more about how these Health Studies...

March 19, 2024

Eaton & White: Mitigating Test Anxiety

SNHS Assistant Professor Linda Eaton and STEM Teaching Professor Bryan White have been studying test anxiety and how to address it. “It’s been really great to have collaboration across schools and leverage our different expertise,” Eaton said. “We look forward to conducting this next study, and hopefully we will have more data and insight to...

December 11, 2023

Get to Know Anisa Madey, HS Student

Tell us about yourself and what led you to UWB: My name is Anisa Madey, a senior at UWB, and I am a double major in Health Studies and Science, technology, and society. I was drawn toUWB because of the small community that is very welcoming to everyone which has helped meforge deep relationships with...

October 12, 2023

Meet Vivian Lubwama, HS ’23

My name is Vivian Lubwama, and my pronouns are she/her. I graduated in the class of 2023from the Health Studies program.I love that UW Bothell is a small community that embraces everyone and makes you feelwelcome. I appreciate the small classrooms where the teachers are always there to help andsupport you. I especially enjoyed the...

October 12, 2023

SNHS Announces New Program: Master of Science in Community Health & Social Justice

The School of Nursing & Health Studies is proud to announce the launch of the new Master of Science in Community Health & Social Justice! Students will explore the root causes of health inequities, promote and implement anti-racist policies and social justice through community health programming, and develop the leadership skills to serve and uplift historically marginalized communities. Classwork will be in social justice, history and ethics, research theory, advocacy, social epidemiology, inclusive health care management and related topics.

December 9, 2022