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About this collection

Community Voices is a collection of oral histories and interviews conducted by - and with - University of Washington Bothell students, staff, faculty, and community members. Represented in the collection are histories of international students, students with disabilities, founders of UWave Radio, staff who maintain campus facilities, staff who work with students, and Bothell  community members who experienced the downtown Bothell fire of 2016. These histories expand the breadth and depth of the recorded history of the University of Washington Bothell and the surrounding community. 

 

Downtown Bothell Fire Interviews, 2016-2017

In July of 2016, a fire destroyed much of the downtown Bothell business district. Karen Bowman's students in BNURS424: Population-Based Health in Community Practice, conducted interviews with people affected by the fire, including first responders, business owners, city employees, and community members.   

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Contributors

Karen Bowman, Lecturer, School of Nursing
Julie Planchon-Wolf, Research and Instruction Librarian
Denise Hattwig, Curator

 

Oral Histories at the University of Washington Bothell, 2013-2015

 

The oral histories in this collection were recorded by UW Bothell students and faculty. Jill Freidberg, through her Digital Oral History course BISMCS343, taught students to conduct thoughtful and well-researched digital oral histories, and conceptualized the Community Voices Collection.  

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Student Experiences

Students with Disabilities

Veterans

International Students

Undocumented Students

UWave Radio

UW Bothell Staff & Faculty

Community Members

Families

Contributors

Jill Freidberg, Lecturer, School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences 
Nia Lam, Research and Instruction Librarian
Denise Hattwig, Curator

 
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