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Skip the internship, full-time ahead

Interning is a typical step for a graduating student to start a career. But what if you interview for an internship and the company says, “We want you for a full-time position instead.” That happened to two University of Washington Bothell students graduating this spring with degrees in interactive media design. 

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GOP dying, Zogby tells UW Bothell audience

Pollster John Zogby says the percentages are against the Republican Party – not just in the next presidential election but for good. As a political party the GOP is “hopelessly on its way to extinction,” Zogby told an audience April 27 at University of Washington Bothell. “Demographics are against the GOP.”

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Socha paper wins prize at software engineering conference

A paper written by University of Washington Bothell’s David Socha, assistant professor in the School of STEM’s Computing and Software Systems Division, and collaborators has been awarded first prize at a software engineering conference.

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5 from UW Bothell in inaugural Husky 100

Five University of Washington Bothell students are being recognized in the inaugural class of the Husky 100. It's a big win for the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences with all five majoring in society, ethics and human behavior (SEB), notes Natalia Dyba, a member of the Husky 100 tri-campus planning committee.

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UW Bothell's crows in the news

At dusk the sky darkens over the University of Washington Bothell as up to 15,000 pitch-black crows descend on the campus. Swooping and cawing, they come from all directions to roost for the night.  It's turned into more than a must-see murder, The Herald of Everett reports.

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