Internship launches cyber career at T-Mobile
An internship with T-Mobile while Tanya Kumar was a University of Washington Bothell student launched her cybersecurity career as an information security analyst with the company in Washington, D.C. Read the UW Bothell cybersecurity article.
Intern innovates at UPS
Sonia Saravanan, a dual major in Computer Science and Finance, applied what she’s learned at the University of Washington Bothell — plus her entrepreneurial spirit —at an IT internship with United Parcel Service in Singapore. Read the UW Bothell UPS intern article.
Cybersecurity draws Rep. DelBene to campus
The threat to the election system is real, Rep. Suzan DelBene told attendees at a cybersecurity event Thursday, Oct. 11, at the University of Washington Bothell. Read the UW Bothell DelBene cybersecurity article.
Capstones turn tech into stroke therapy
The University of Washington Bothell has leveraged several student engineering and computer science capstone projects to advance innovative therapies for stroke patients. The latest group of students, under the direction of Professor Pierre D. Mourad, designed a high-tech glove that patients could wear as they retrain their injured brain to make hand and arm movements. Read the UW Bothell capstone article.
UW Bothell advances self-driving trike
The self-driving tricycle project at the University of Washington Bothell is rolling forward, giving students the opportunity to develop engineering and computing skills in the field of autonomous vehicles. Read the UW Bothell trike article.
Faculty write about community engagement at Pen to Paper Retreat
Two faculty from the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences and CSS Lecturer Arkady Retik from the University of Washington Bothell participated in the 2018 Pen to Paper Retreat in August. The two-and-a-half-day writing retreat brought scholars -- faculty, professional staff, graduate students, and community partners -- together for time focused on writing with, for, and about community engagement.
Retik’s project focused on the current UW Bothell CSS 295 K-12 Computing Education course which aims to prepare students to teach programming to a K-12 audience. It also involves community partners enabling students to deliver classes in local communities. Due to time and space constraints, this course is only available to a dozen of students. Through a Community Based Learning Research fellowship, Retik aims to expand participation, improve access, and enrich the course experience and benefits to both our students and community partners. Read the UW Bothell article focused on the IAS faculty.