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Robots, artificial intelligence and a rating system for every interaction are some of the issues from the award-winning science fiction TV series “Black Mirror” that make it an interesting topic for class discussions.
Two of University of Washington Bothell’s faculty in the School of Nursing & Health Studies have co-led a grassroots effort in Washington state to address the issue of sexual harassment in agriculture.
The UW Bothell (un)GALA dinner and auction raised more than $100,000 that is going directly to business students through scholarships and programs.
The Trickfire Robotics club is competing in NASA’s Lunabotics competition, building a robot that could dig for ice crystals on the moon.
Kokanee that once filled Lake Washington streams may not be entirely gone. Ichthyologist Jeff Jensen is studying kokanee-like fish known as snerka.
Six faculty and staff members whose research includes monitoring local plants and wildlife or who work for sustainability share their knowledge with the public in a Campus Research Connection Oct. 18 in Discovery Hall.
One of this year’s projects under the UW Population Health Initiative is a chatbot being developed to help caregivers in families with children who have chronic health conditions. It’s called CocoBot.
Nurses in community health courses surveyed Bothell residents to help the city identify who would be most vulnerable in a disaster and how to communicate with them.
With quarterly Mentor Chats, alumni from the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences return to tell current students how the skills they have learned are valued in the professional world and lead to rewarding careers.
Students in a University of Washington Bothell film studies course are exploring movies and documentaries this summer with the help of the Northwest Film Forum (NWFF) in Seattle, one of the university’s core partners in community-based learning.