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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.
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.
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.
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.
For their capstone project, four Mechanical Engineering students built a soda can solar heater to demonstrate how recycled aluminum cans could help heat a tiny house for the homeless.
Cybersecurity researchers at the University of Washington Bothell have come up with a way to detect spycams — tiny, wireless digital cameras so small they can be easily hidden.
A one-night pop-up exhibition of apps, games, videos and interactive experiences in the Activities & Recreation Center demonstrated how Interactive Media Design students delve into the human-centered design process.
Marc Servetnick, one of the leaders in the University of Washington Bothell’s School of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics, has been named its interim dean, effective Sept. 1.
A scientific compendium of dried plants housed at the Sarah Simonds Green Conservatory is now listed on the world’s largest index of such collections, known as herbaria.
An international student from China who learned English less than four years ago, Kaheerman Saibire was selected for the President’s Medal, which honors a student with a top GPA.