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Luce Foundation grant funds new environmental management project

UW Bothell Associate Professor Kevin Laverty is the principal investigator for a three-year $600,000 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to develop community partnerships to address the region’s most important environmental management problems and opportunities.

Local quake could cause $33 billion in damage, report says

A University of Washington, Bothell business professor has published research on the disastrous effects the regional economy will suffer in the event of a magnitude 6.

UW Bothell helps 5th and 6th graders design a Mission to Mars

The University of Washington, Bothell (UW Bothell)’s very own student organization, Community Science Connection, is making a difference in the community!


Community Science Connection helped twenty-six 5th and 6th graders of Bothell to enter the “Design a Lunar-Based Mission to Mars” contest.

UW Bothell presents biotechnology and regional economic development forum

The Master of Arts in Policy Studies at University of Washington, Bothell is hosting a Policy Forum on February 16, 2005 from 3:30 – 5:30 PM.

UW Bothell releases growth plan

Today Chancellor Warren W.

UW Bothell Professor and Snohomish County Red Cross present panel on Humanity in War

A panel discussion entitled “Humanity in the Midst of War” will be presented at 7 pm  Thursday, Oct.

UW Bothell selects Student Ambassadors

Three new University of Washington, Bothell Student Ambassadors have been selected for the 2004-05 academic year.

UW Bothell continues year-long series on community/ university partnerships

Jace Weaver, Founding Director of the Institute of Native American Studies at the University of Georgia and a prominent Native American studies scholar in religion, law, environment and culture, will discuss Native American ethics of place and architecture, part of a larger conversation being developed at UW Bothell with local scholars, artists and community workers on Native story, land and community.

Tri-campus UW program on restoration ecology earns international recognition

A University of Washington program that brings together students from all three campuses to restore damaged landscapes has just received the Society for Ecological Restoration’s highest service award.

UW Bothell Professor shows world wide air quality links

Smoke from giant Siberian forest fires pushed one measure of Seattle’s air quality past federal environmental limits on at least one day in 2003, new research shows.

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