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Perfect day for alumni 5K, block party

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Nearly 650 people ran or walked in the 11th annual 5K, and more than 1,000 took part in the second annual block party and brewfest. Spring weather was perfect May 7, and together the alumni weekend events raised about $12,000 for student scholarships.

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Math-art display taking shape in herbs, spices

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Sculptor Stephen Watson started creating a unique work of art and math Wednesday as he sprinkled herbs and spices on pentagon-shaped pieces of Plexiglas and arranged them in the pattern discovered by University of Washington Bothell mathematicians.

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Borsuk, Carlisle named 2016 Worthington scholars

Amaranth Borsuk and Shauna Carlisle are the winners of the 2016 Worthington Distinguished Scholar awards. Both are assistant professors in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences.The funding will support Borsuk’s research on the history of the book as a technology, medium of communication and cultural ideal. Carlisle will advance her health study of black immigrant women in Washington and why racially related stress matters in health disparities.

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Artist gets down to UW Bothell business

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Artist Stephen Watson used the laser cutter at University of Washington Bothell's Makerspace to prepare an installation based on a layout of pentagon tiles. With the laser cutting 200 or 300 hand-size pentagons from the sheets of plastic glass, Watson said he could expand the art he creates using herbs and spices. The math art goes on public display at the fourth floor vista of Discovery Hall 3 p.m. - 5 p.m. Thursday. 

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UW Bothell lecturer Keya Sen awarded Fulbright grant for public health research in India, China, Bangladesh

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University of Washington Bothell lecturer Keya Sen has received a Fulbright Global Scholar Award to conduct public health research in India, China and Bangladesh. Her project is based on research she began in 2014 at UW Bothell on the pathogen campylobacter carried by crows that roost in the campus wetlands. The bacteria can cause illness. A microbiologist, Sen explores the crow's role at the genetic level.

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