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CSSE students receive Mary Gates scholarships

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Ali Jahangirnezhad, left, and Joshua Stuart Sterner are fourth-year students majoring in Computer Science and Software Engineering — and were just named 2020 recipients of Mary Gates Research Scholarships.

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CSSE major helps with vaccine-finding website

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Computer Science & Software Engineering senior Ryan Russell is helping take some of the frustration out of finding a COVID-19 vaccination site as one of the volunteers running the free CovidWA.com.

 

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Meta-Major Pathways show way to degrees

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Students entering the University of Washington Bothell use the new Meta-Major Pathways advising tool to find a major that fits their interests, to stay on track and to connect to a relevant career.

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Warren Buck, inspiring Black scientist

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Chancellor Emeritus Warren Buck, a physics professor who arrived at UW Bothell in 1999 as its founding leader, is one of seven UW scientists included in Cell Mentor’s list of 1,000 inspiring Black scientists, UW News reports.

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Researching the human factors in cybersecurity

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As someone who teaches and researches cybersecurity, Dr. Marc Dupuis said the coronavirus pandemic has been, in some ways, like a cyberattack. Unexpected, yes, but it could have been foreseen.

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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.

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Bonus benefits from community computing class

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Computer science students in a community-based learning course teach programming to middle school students while building their own skills for a career — and for mentoring.

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In-person learning necessary at physics lab

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While most courses at the University of Washington Bothell are being held remotely during the pandemic, the physics lab must be an in-person experience.

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From STEM to Microsoft software engineer

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Prathyusha Pillari chose to attend UW Bothell “because it's a great STEM school.” She graduated with a degree in Computer Science & Software Engineering and now works at Microsoft. But, that's not all.

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Lasting memories from late-night study sessions

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By asking professors and staff questions, discussing goals in late-night study sessions and taking advantage of opportunities at UW Bothell Van Nguyen advanced toward his next goal, medical school.

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