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The mysterious snerka of Lake Washington

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Kokanee that once filled Lake Washington streams may not be entirely gone. Ichthyologist Jeff Jensen is studying kokanee-like fish known as snerka.

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Monitoring and protecting wildlife

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Six faculty and staff members whose research includes monitoring local plants and wildlife or who work for sustainability share their knowledge with the public in a Campus Research Connection Oct. 18 in Discovery Hall.

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Conservatory a base for learning and landscaping

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The many uses of the Sarah Simonds Green Conservatory over the past six years — courses, research, campus landscaping, wetlands restoration — show just how valuable it is as a campus resource.

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ABET accredits UW Bothell engineering programs

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All three engineering programs at the University of Washington Bothell — Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering — have been accredited for the next six years.

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A chatbot that cares about caregivers

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One of this year’s projects under the UW Population Health Initiative is a chatbot being developed to help caregivers in families with children who have chronic health conditions. It’s called CocoBot.

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The power of mentoring

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Mentors help students overcome obstacles on their academic journey. Mentoring is part of the culture at the University of Washington Bothell. See how professors build those relationships that help students move ahead.

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Preparing for wildfire smoke indoors

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UW Bothell students are helping evaluate enhanced air filtering at Seattle community centers that offer residents fresh air when wildfire smoke falls over the city.

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Rover Gamers play in cybersecurity sandbox

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One of the most complex capstone programs for Mechanical Engineering seniors, the Rover Games involve robotic rovers, puzzle boxes and hacking. Along the way students gain expertise in operational cybersecurity.

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Listening to the noise that whales hear

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Assistant Professor Shima Abadi has received a three-year $850,000 grant from the Navy to analyze underwater noise in the Pacific to better understand the impact of human activities on marine life.

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