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Computing club offers professional development

The UW Bothell chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery is one of the largest student clubs on campus. ACM holds workshops and events that advance careers, develop leaders and promote technical awareness.

January 31, 2019

Developing fun new science camps for kids

Grade school students have a new Pacific Science Center summer camp at the University of Washington Bothell. Crows: Caws and Effect is the latest camp developed with faculty and taught by UW Bothell students.

January 31, 2019

UW Bothell grad is youngest state lawmaker

New Washington state Rep. Jared Mead, 27,was introduced to Olympia politics as a legislative intern when he was a student at UW Bothell (Global Studies ’14).

January 25, 2019

Bruce Kochis honored by city of Bothell

Bruce Kochis, a retiring UW Bothell faculty member known for leadership on human rights, was celebrated at his Encore! lecture, including an unexpected proclamation from the city of Bothell.

January 18, 2019

Learning through community journalism

When University of Washington Bothell students learn journalism through community newspapers, they also learn about the ethnic and geographic communities served by the papers.

January 17, 2019

At the forefront of science, industry

As a UW Bothell student in the 1990s, Neil Azous valued its entrepreneurial spirit at the forefront of science and industry. Now as a member of the UW Bothell Advisory Board, it's what Azous wants for students today.

January 17, 2019

Students learn TB issues still relevant

UW Bothell students who toured the former Firland Sanatorium in Shoreline learned that tuberculosis, a disease usually controlled by antibiotics, is not so far removed in time or distance.

January 17, 2019

Christy Long new chief information officer

The new chief information officer for the University of Washington Bothell, Christy Long, says she “hit the ground listening” to learn how information technology can support the university’s mission.

January 11, 2019

Capstone projects merge into tech careers

Many of the Computer Science and Software Engineering majors who presented capstone projects for fall quarter had internships or similar experience that positioned them to move into high-demand jobs in technology.

January 4, 2019

Students making Bellevue a little more livable

City of Bellevue information technology, parks and planning officials welcome the ideas from UW Bothell students undertaking website and business projects as part of the UW’s Livable City Year program.

January 4, 2019

Changing the world through bikes

A downhill mountain bike racer, Kat Sweet received a degree in Society, Ethics and Human Behavior and then started a mountain bike coaching business with an interactive, interdisciplinary approach she took from UW Bothell.

January 4, 2019