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Students present Internet of Things ideas

The two winning teams from the University of Washington Bothell and Microsoft sponsored Internet of Things challenge are concluding their projects with a presentation today, April 14, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Makerspace, Discovery Hall Room 464.

April 14, 2016

Student codebreakers recognized

Two teams of University of Washington Bothell students were recognized in an international codebreaking contest, also known as cryptanalysis of ciphers or secret writing.

April 14, 2016

Chancellor: Think about the unthinkables

“Sometimes the unthinkables do happen,” Chancellor Wolf Yeigh told students, alumni and faculty who attended a University of Washington Bothell business leadership talk.

April 13, 2016

Hundreds learn at Diversity & Inclusion Conference

The University of Washington Bothell's second annual Diversity and Inclusion Conference drew hundreds of attendees from across campus and the broader community. Tamara Moore from the Birmingham, Ala., call center was one of the T-Mobile leaders representing the company that presented the conference in partnership with the University.

April 11, 2016

Students developing vision testing for children

CSS faculty joined forces with advocates and elected officials to make Washington the fourth state in the nation to require near-vision screening for school children. Now, CSS students are developing potential near-vision screening tools and therapies to improve affected children’s chances to read, learn and succeed in life.

April 7, 2016

UW Bothell may host national consortium

The University of Washington Bothell has submitted a proposal to host Imagining America, a national consortium that promotes community engagement, especially in the arts and humanities.

April 5, 2016

UW Bothell role in new vision screening for children

Routine vision screening for school children will be changing as a result of a new law supported by the community engagement of University of Washington Bothell. It’s not just the “big E” eye chart anymore. Children will be screened for near-vision problems that experts say affect their ability to read, learn and succeed in life.

April 5, 2016

Yeigh to give BOLD talk

Chancellor Wolf Yeigh will give the Leadership Lesson for the Business and Organization Leadership Development (BOLD) program in the School of Business. Attendees will have an opportunity to hear the veteran naval officer draw on his military experience and leadership in higher education during his interactive presentation on crisis leadership and current events.

April 5, 2016

Debate-speech team competes nationally

A team of students from University of Washington Bothell was the only team from the state to compete in a recent speech and debate national competition.

April 1, 2016