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Creating value from fifth-year opportunity

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Nathan June, a fifth-year student majoring in Physics and planning an astronomy-related career, is a member of the Husky 100, students who make the most of their UW experience.

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Affordable flight instruction by remote control

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Engineering and physics students have launched a five-year capstone project to build a remote-control air system to give student pilots in the Husky Aviation Club a less-expensive way to practice.

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Interactive Media Design students present works

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Perhaps more than other students, Interactive Media Design majors, who are skilled in using technology to create digital forms, were prepared to present their “All Possible Futures” capstone projects via teleconference.  

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President’s medalist: Casey Cummins

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Casey Cummins says it makes his head spin to think he’s the 2020 University of Washington Bothell recipient of the President’s Medal, which recognizes the graduating senior with the most distinguished academic record. He barely graduated from high school.

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Undergraduate researchers present remotely

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University of Washington Bothell Mary Gates scholars and two dozen other students presented their work at the 23rd UW Undergraduate Research Symposium, held by teleconference this spring due to the pandemic.

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UW Bothell engineers respond to COVID-19

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Mechanical engineering graduates from the University of Washington Bothell are helping Ventec Life Systems meet the challenge of vastly multiplying production of ventilators, which support life for people in advanced respiratory distress from COVID-19.

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Research continues despite coronavirus

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The campus may be under restricted operations during the coronavirus pandemic, but the sea anemones in Professor Marc Servetnick’s research project still need to be fed. Caring for them is permitted during the restrictions.

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UW Bothell welcomes Leslie Cornick as dean of the School of STEM

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Leslie Cornick, the new dean of the School of STEM, is a marine mammal ecologist who has been an associate dean at Eastern Washington University. She is known for efforts to increase diversity in science, technology, engineering and math, and for building industry and community partnerships.  

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Makerspace 3D printers making face shields

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The University of Washington Bothell Makerspace is turning out parts for face shields to help protect doctors and nurses in the UW Medicine system from exposure to the COVID-19 coronavirus.

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Student biology capstone projects zoom online

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Adapting to remote operations at the University of Washington Bothell, biology students presented their winter quarter capstone research projects through a video conference, and faculty were pleased with what they saw on their screens.

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