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Biotechnology is revolutionizing health care, and University of Washington Bothell researchers are advancing what we know. Five of them share their work at Campus Research Connections.
Pietro Paparella, an assistant professor of mathematics, studies theoretical aspects of non-negative matrices, which found one profitable application when Google started ranking websites.
Eric Chen (Computing & Software Systems ’05) works as a software engineer lead at Microsoft and contributes to the UW Bothell scholarship fund because he knows financial aid helps students focus on their education.
Former Chancellor Kenyon Chan and his wife Shirley Hune pledged $100,000 over 10 years to help pay for supplies used by 3D printers, laser cutters and other equipment in the Makerspace.
College Confidential ranks the University of Washington Bothell among the top three universities in the nation for the highest median earnings for engineering graduates in their first year after college.
Seattle-based Avanade, a global provider of business solutions on the Microsoft ecosystem, established a scholarship fund for women in the School of STEM to build a more diverse digital workforce.
An Everett girl who was born with a misshapen left hand now has a prosthetic she can use to lift a glass or hold her dog, thanks to UW Bothell mechanical engineering students.
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.