4 quick tips for job seekers in STEM

Job searching is always a stressful and exciting time! STEM Graduate Career Counselor Yasemin Bolstad shares four tips from working with STEM graduate students and alumni at the University of Washington Bothell in response to a virtual ACT-W conference discussion post topic: "What advice would you give to someone seeking a job"?

July 15, 2021

A DARPA Sarcasm Detector Is Good

What if an AI system existed that could accurately detect sarcasm? Gizmodo article, A DARPA Sarcasm Detector is Good, calls out the potential value to the autism community. CSS Teaching Professor Annuska Zolyomi's recent research on autism-related discourse on Twitter is quoted. Read the article on Gizmodo!

July 12, 2021

Research, rockets and recognition

Students from the University of Washington Bothell didn’t let a global pandemic stop them from conducting research. Despite COVID-19, students were able to present their work at this year’s virtual Undergraduate Research Symposium. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

June 29, 2021

Revelations through research

Kira Lemke and Natalie Gonzales received Mary Gates Research Scholarships during winter quarter 2021. Learn about what these students are studying, the inspiration behind their research and the impact their discoveries could make in the UW Bothell news story.

May 18, 2021

CSS spring newsletter, Nibbles, from Chair Dr. Bill Erdly

Division of Computing & Software Systems Chair and Associate Professor Dr. Bill Erdly shares spring 2021 updates in the latest edition of divisional newsletter, Nibbles. Read his message and access the newsletter to read news about research groups, Distinguished Teaching Awards, a student helping with a vaccine-finding website, Dr. Marc Dupuis human factors in cybersecurity research, the CSS Technology Advisory Board and more!

May 6, 2021

Makerspace prints 3D hearts for biology lab

School of STEM science lab managers collaborated with the Makerspace to print 3D anatomically correct human hearts for Dr. Salwa Al-Noori’s Biology lab students to study at home during the pandemic. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

April 26, 2021

From STEM to Microsoft software engineer

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. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

April 9, 2021

Bonus benefits from community computing class

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. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

April 9, 2021

Researching the human factors in cybersecurity

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. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

April 9, 2021

Meta-Major Pathways show way to degrees

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. Biology major Djelli Bersha said the tool would have helped him when he started at UW Bothell, making the degree path he found to get to medical school easier. Read the story in the UW Bothell news.

April 9, 2021