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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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Physical Sciences in national diversity discussion

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The University of Washington Bothell is one of about only 100 institutions nationally accepted into the Inclusion, Diversity and Equity Alliance (IDEA) of the American Physical Society, an initiative to transform the culture of physics.

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Reduce latrine odors, improve global sanitation

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Research largely conducted by University of Washington Bothell undergraduates has determined that a disinfectant produced by a Woodinville company can neutralize latrine odors, a development that has the potential to improve sanitation for millions of people in developing parts of the world.

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Local stream watchers add to salmon science

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Jeff Jensen, a teaching professor in biology, revived a local salmon watchers program and found enthusiastic support from community members reporting fish returning to their spawning streams.

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Innovation for the community, for the world

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A Computer Science & Software Engineering major, Garima Maheshwari believes technology is a tool for innovation to help the community and impact the world.

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Cybersecurity for when 911 is the emergency

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Researchers at the University of Washington Bothell have received a grant from the National Security Agency to model how a next-generation 911 system would operate in an emergency and react to a cybersecurity attack. 

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STEM Dean Leslie Cornick believes in UW Bothell

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The new dean of the School of STEM, Leslie Cornick, says what attracted her to the University of Washington Bothell was its emphasis on undergraduate education and serving a diverse population of students who might not otherwise see themselves as Huskies.

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Undergraduate researchers marvel at birds

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A Seed grant helped Assistant Professor Doug Wacker launch a study of the birds of Lake Forest Park and gave undergraduate researchers a chance to see how habitat and urbanization impact avian life.

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How to make your own home air purifier

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Professor of Environmental Chemistry Dan Jaffe, who studies smoke and other air pollution, recently demonstrated to UW News how to make your own home air purifier.

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How Arctic fish survive in North Cascades lake

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Working through the pandemic summer of 2020, researchers led by University of Washington Bothell Teaching Professor Jeff Jensen found how Arctic grayling are surviving in one lake in the North Cascades.

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