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UW Bothell students share in physics discovery

Joey Key, Jomardee Perkins, Paul Marsh

Two University of Washington Bothell students shared the excitement of making major astronomical discoveries this summer using the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO), which recently won a Nobel Prize for its three founders.

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Using the smart in smart phones: Amazon selfies

Ursula Valdez and Brianna Wrightson

Most instructors tell students to put away their smartphones. Ursula Valdez tells students to use them, especially in the field for a biology or environmental science class. Go ahead, take a selfie, but include something meaningful in the picture. Caption it with context.

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Research opportunities for undergraduates

Keenan Cain

The University of Washington Bothell takes pride in providing opportunities for undergraduates to work alongside professors on research. That was evident Thursday at the Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice Fair where students eyed posters on 50 different projects, inviting them to get started.

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Senior Kickoff starts career development

The first Senior Kickoff

The class of 2018 had a chance to sharpen their focus on career development at the Senior Kickoff. The two-day event in early October at the Activities and Recreation Center was the first ever held by University of Washington Bothell Career Services. More than 100 seniors attended.

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Assistant Professor Key cheers Nobel prize

Joey Shapiro Key

Assistant Professor Joey Shapiro Key tells the South Whidbey Record she loves the small part she plays in the Laser Interferometer Gravitation-wave Observatory (LIGO). The three architects of the observatory and the scientific collaboration of which Key is a part were awarded the Nobel Prize in physics. 

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