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Invention-minded students, faculty and staff at the University of Washington Bothell are invited to apply for $100,000 Amazon Catalyst grants to help get the innovation started. The money comes from Seattle’s online retailer Amazon in partnership with CoMotion, the UW innovation hub. Applications are taken quarterly and the next deadline is March 26.
Sridarsh Vinnakota had five interviews last summer for finance internships. All the companies backed out when the interviewers learned he’s an international student from India. Vinnakota is helping others in his position with a job fair for international students.
The University of Washington Bothell is in a select position to accelerate students into high-demand careers in cybersecurity. The University is leveraging course offerings with government and industry partnerships through the Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity.
The Everett Herald reports on how the University of Washington Bothell is helping the regional biotech industry.
Ten University of Washington Bothell students have a head start in cybersecurity careers as capstone interns in a new partnership with T-Mobile, learning how to protect information from hackers, viruses and loss.
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