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UW Bothell researchers hit health care nerve

A study on crowdfunding health care by University of Washington Bothell researchers Nora Kenworthy, left, and Lauren Berliner attracted widespread national and international attention. The two tell the Simpson Center for the Humanities what they learned from the media exposure.

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Proud UW Bothell and Husky Promise student

A student whose parents did not attend college, Yasmin Guzman is proud to have been admitted to UW Bothell and honored to receive the Husky Promise financial aid. Plus, says the health studies major, “it’s a UW degree.”

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Study abroad paves way for Peace Corps job

A UW Bothell study abroad trip to Togo in 2014 helped Alexandra Winters understand the challenges of international work. Many of the lessons — flexibility, intercultural communication and community advocacy — translated into Peace Corps service. 

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Creating social marketing for community partner

UW Bothell students gave Arcora, a dental health foundation, some creative ideas for a social media marketing campaign targeted at improving the health of pregnant women and new mothers.

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Looking under the health care safety net

Two UW Bothell faculty members who have been attracting widespread news coverage for their survey of GoFundMe medical campaigns are now taking a closer look at who falls through the health care safety net and turns to the internet for help with medical bills.

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