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What are UW Bothell crows crowing about?

Crows on roof of UW Bothell building

Researchers are listening in on the thousands of crows that gather in the evening at the University of Washington Bothell. The computerized eavesdropping studies the relationship between calls and the birds' behavior.

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Multiple benefits of lawmakers on campus

Rep. Roger Goodman

UW Bothell invites a number of lawmakers each year to speak to classes. For state legislators such as Rep. Roger Goodman, speaking is a two-way street. They share their insights, and they learn something from students in return.

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Performing around campus for arts finals

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Students in some fall quarter arts classes are performing their finals with public dance, drama or oral presentations around the UW Bothell campus.

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UW Bothell fulfills educational needs of students

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A total of 5,995 students have enrolled at UW Bothell for the 2017-18 academic year. Of about 1,600 incoming first-year students and transfers, nearly half would be the first in their families to earn a four-year degree.

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Developing a cybersecurity knowledge network

Sen. Maria Cantwell at podium

The severity of cybersecurity threats, the range of targets and the need for skilled professionals was clear at a symposium on energy workforce cybersecurity attended by Sen. Maria Cantwell Nov. 17 at the University of Washington Bothell.

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