STEM News

Climate change through a broader lens

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Dr. Jessica Hernandez broadens the understanding of climate change by incorporating Indigenous perspectives into a course historically focused on Western science. “When we come together it makes the knowledge stronger.”

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The heart of a Husky

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Husky 100 honoree and Mechanical Engineering graduate Andrew Truong has shown the community what it truly means to be a Husky: He is always willing to go the extra mile, creates inclusive spaces wherever he goes and, in the process, has paved the way for future students to join the pack. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

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Building a rich culture for graduate students

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Graduate students go through comprehensive orientation sessions, have one-to-one appointments with their advisers and meet their cohorts — all before walking into the classroom. Read the UW Bothell story to learn how the graduate programs run onboarding, including how the School of STEM encourages connections, combats common issues, and prepares graduate students to be successful.

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Solving problems with software

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Keziah May, a recent graduate from the University of Washington Bothell, uses her skills as a software engineer to solve real-world problems — virtually. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

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Surprised by science

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Health Studies student Ayomikun Akinrinade worked at a UW research facility studying sea urchins. His research has the potential to change the design of medical instruments. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

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