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President’s medalist on way to Johns Hopkins

Paul Hage

While earning one of the highest grade point averages in electrical engineering, Paul Hage, the recipient of the 2018 University of Washington Bothell President’s Medal, also contributed to research projects for stroke patient therapy and anemia screening.

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A Seattle floating bridge noise study — for fish

close-up of buoy in Lake Washington

Traffic noise from the Interstate 90 and Highway 520 floating bridges rumbles directly into Lake Washington. UW Bothell student researchers led by Assistant Professor Shima Abadi made a buoy to measure the noise.

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Legacy Award honors Ralph and Doreen Boy

Ralph and Doreen Boy

Longtime supporters of the School of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics, Ralph and Doreen Boy received the 2018 UW Bothell Legacy Award, in recognition of their service, philanthropy and inspiration.

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Students selected for ocean volcano research

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Two University of Washington Bothell students have been selected to participate in research this summer aboard a ship exploring the underwater volcano known as the Axial Seamount, about 300 miles off the Northwest coast. 

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Bringing Syrian voices to the West

Malak Shalabi

For her undergraduate research, UW Bothell senior Malak Shalabi interviewed Syrian refugees in Jordan about torture they suffered. The law, economics and public policy major is headed to the UW Law School to study international law, with the goal of promoting justice in the Muslim world.

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