UW Bothell offers grants supporting international course collaborations

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UW Bothell is spearheading a UW-wide effort to deepen global engagement of students in the classroom by supporting online collaborations with international partners. These collaborations support the development of leading-edge, globally-focused student experiences without requiring students to travel abroad. The new COIL International Fellows program is designed to support UW faculty and staff from all UW campuses to develop… Read More


In fall classes, students question the answer to global problems

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This autumn quarter, UW students are engaging with global issues through courses in a wide variety of fields. One course, Information Assurance and Cyber Security, is a tri-campus, multi-disciplinary effort involving UW Bothell’s Computing and Software Systems Program, the Information School and UW Tacoma’s Institute of Technology. The Criminalization of Immigration course at UW Tacoma digs into global… Read More


New UW course explores history, politics of global health intervention

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A new Department of History course challenges students to explore the complicated history of health intervention. Through critical examination of case studies from the Middle Ages to the present day, Associate Professor Adam Warren hopes to empower and inspire students to take leadership and learn from history. Read more from A&S Perspectives…