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UW Bothell grows reputation in biotechnology

Daniel Schossow

Two electrical engineering students, Daniel Schossow and Manuja Sharma, were honored at a recent meeting of the Microwave Theory and Techniques Society. Both are students of Assistant Professor Hung Cao whose research group is building an international reputation in the field of wireless power transfer.

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Native Girls Code, helping diversify STEM

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After completing her community psychology degree with a human rights minor at the University of Washington Bothell, Shawn Peterson created a way to combine her education with her passion. She helped start Native Girls Code with the goal of introducing indigenous teen girls to opportunities in the field of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

 

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Excitement, fun at Inspire STEM Festival

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Hundreds of middle school students engaged in science workshops, checked out technology exhibits, heard two astronauts extol engineering, and enhanced their appreciation for mathematics at the University of Washington Bothell’s third Inspire STEM Festival.

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New faces of physics

Joey Shapiro Key

“Astronomy is great because people who might think they don’t like science might still like astronomy. Space is cool,” says Joey Key, assistant professor in the School of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics.

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UW Bothell leaders win engineering awards

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Two University of Washington Bothell leaders have been honored by the Puget Sound Engineering Council as top talents in the region. Elaine Scott, dean of the School of STEM, and Wendy Lawrence, a UW Bothell advisory board member, received their awards at a banquet at the Museum of Flight in Seattle on February 13. Scott was named 2016 Academic Engineer of the Year and veteran astronaut Lawrence was recognized for her many contributions to education.
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