Students make a big splash researching water quality


Dr. Rob Turner and Dr. Keya Sen assist students in getting their feet wet in water-quality research. 

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Critical thinking for lifelong learning


Dr. Martha Groom and Dr. David Stokes, professors in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, participated in a national study on critical thinking — and their students from the University of Washington Bothell had the highest gains.

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Crowdfunding deepens inequities


For the uninsured, crowdfunding provides little help in paying for health care. New research indicates that where people need the most help paying for health care, crowdfunding provides the least help.

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Autism and accessibility


As a working professional, Annuska Zolyomi, now assistant teaching professor at UW Bothell, noticed a lack of knowledge about how technology can assist people with autism. It motivated her to get her Ph.D. and generate the findings herself. 

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From prison to purpose


Michael Cho, STEM student at UW Bothell, was awarded a Mary Gates Research Scholarship to explore topics in artificial intelligence that could have lasting effects on fair and equitable technology. 

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