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Senior schools seniors in Bitcoin, blockchain

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The president and co-founder of the UW Blockchain Society student club, senior Zack Nelson, had no trouble instructing a group of seniors over the age of 50 at the extended learning course Blockchain and Bitcoin 101. 

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Making a class with a contemporary cult classic

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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.

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Preventing sexual harassment in agriculture

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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.

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More than $100k raised for School of Business

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The UW Bothell (un)GALA dinner and auction raised more than $100,000 that is going directly to business students through scholarships and programs.

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Robotics club taking a moonshot with NASA

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The Trickfire Robotics club is competing in NASA’s Lunabotics competition, building a robot that could dig for ice crystals on the moon.

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The mysterious snerka of Lake Washington

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Kokanee that once filled Lake Washington streams may not be entirely gone. Ichthyologist Jeff Jensen is studying kokanee-like fish known as snerka.

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Monitoring and protecting wildlife

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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.

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A chatbot that cares about caregivers

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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.

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Nursing students prep Bothell for disaster

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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.

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Where do IAS grads work? Ask an alum

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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.

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