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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.
A record number of University of Washington Bothell students — 61 — presented their work at the 22nd Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium May 17 on the UW campus in Seattle.
University of Washington Bothell students who graduate with the new minor in Actuary Science will be prepared to take the first credential exams they’ll need to become certified actuaries.
A poster on team teaching by two University of Washington Bothell faculty members was judged one of the top three out of about 60 posters presented at UW’s 15th Annual Teaching & Learning Symposium in Seattle.
As one of the few women in Electrical Engineering, Shawnna Cabanday felt self-conscious until a female faculty mentor restored her confidence and helped her become one of the Husky 100.
The recent session of the Washington Legislature made a significant investment in the future of the University of Washington Bothell by sending the governor budgets that will add a new science building to campus and start a behavioral health program.
A new Washington state law that requires college faculty to accommodate students when faith and studies conflict grew out of a biology class at the University of Washington Bothell.
Eleven University of Washington Bothell undergraduates worked through spring break on research they presented at the Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (ISCRM).