STEM News

Ambassadors from the land of STEM

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A new cohort of student ambassadors from the University of Washington Bothell will be reaching out to community college students underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and math to let them know they’re welcome in the land of STEM. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

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Grant to empower underrepresented students in STEM

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Professor Linda Simonsen and Assistant Professor Joey Key were awarded an internal University of Washington grant focusing on helping to empower underrepresented students in STEM. They are working with the UW Center for Evaluation & Research for STEM Equity to study the experiences of the UW Bothell STEM Public Outreach Team student ambassadors.

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Why Arnold Berger wrote his latest book

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Over the last five years Associate Professor Arnold (Arnie) Berger collected ideas for his newest book "Debugging Embedded and Real-Time Systems". He found that "if problems crop up, as they invariably do, students lack the diagnostic skills to analyze the problems and, in a systematic way, zero in on the possible causes, and then find and fix the bugs"—this is where his book comes in. Read the book preface and more about the author.

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Robin Angotti's path to faculty senate chair

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The chair of the faculty senate serves as the voice of the faculty for the tri-campus University of Washington system. Dr. Robin Angotti is the first UW Bothell faculty member to serve as faculty senate chair. Read about Dr. Angotti's story on her path through hire eduction to becoming faculty senate chair.

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