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Husky 5K supports student scholarships

Cruz Garibay

Runners in the University of Washington Bothell 5k Run/Walk are not only enjoying a brisk outing with friends they’re also supporting students with much-appreciated scholarships. The event has raised more than $150,000 since its inception and it’s now a part of the UW’s Dawg Dash series.

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Leadership degree accelerates career move

Bonnie McKerney

A principal who earned her master’s degree in leadership at University of Washington Bothell was recently honored as one of 18 to receive the Washington State Regional Distinguished Principal award from the Association of Washington School Principals. Bonnie McKerney is principal at Maltby Elementary.

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Skip the internship, full-time ahead

IMD grads

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

John Zogby

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

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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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