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A 2005 graduate of the School of STEM, Michelle Gamboa made the largest gift from any alumni to UW Bothell on the inaugural Husky Giving Day, a $100,000 faculty endowment named in honor of her father.
Matthew Scholz (Computing & Software Systems ’03) expected a career as a coder, but a pitch night for a business class launched a career as a biotech entrepreneur.
Associate Professor Eric Salathé is creating a climate model for an area of southeast China that forecasts decades into the future. The simulation will help urban planners anticipate sudden, heavy rain storms and design a “sponge city” to prevent flooding.
A Biology major and president of the UW Bothell Biology Club, Kiana Imani received a Mary Gates scholarship to support her research with Assistant Professor Thelma Madzima who praises her attention to detail.
Interactive Media Design major Andrew McDonald helped produce mosquito/NET, a citizen science game app that educates, collects data and fights mosquito-borne diseases.
Scott Shirley, the secretary of Student Veterans of America, represented UW Bothell at a national SVA conference and learned leadership skills to help promote the visibility and benefits of having veterans on campus.
Research led by Cynthia Chang sends students into the blast zone of Mount Saint Helens to track plant succession in an area that looked like a moonscape after the volcano’s big 1980 eruption.
Kokanee that once filled Lake Washington streams may not be entirely gone. Ichthyologist Jeff Jensen is studying kokanee-like fish known as snerka.
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.
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.