E&M autumn newlsetter, The Juncture, from Interim Chair Dr. Linda Simonsen

An autumn 2021 news update from the Division of Engineering & Mathematics Interim Chair and Professor Dr. Linda Simonsen. Read the message and access the autumn 2021 newsletter, The Juncture, to see the latest news about welcoming new staff and faculty, various faculty awards and grants, a new online game to identify whale calls, an Avanade STEM scholar turned employee, a pilot project to create STEM pathways for underrepresented students of the Yakima Valley, and more!

December 8, 2021

Q&A with CSS Clubs

The UW Bothell Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) chapter and Google Developer Club share what they are planning for the coming year, recent accomplishments and ways to connect!

November 29, 2021

NSF grant to research Artificial Intelligence-Enhanced Cybersecurity

The intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and cybersecurity is emerging as an important field. With $300,000 National Science Foundation grant funding, Associate Professor Dr. Brent Lagesse in collaboration with Associate Professor Dr. Colleen Lewis from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign will research industry needs, barriers to learning, and determine the best ways to prepare the workforce to apply AI to problems in cybersecurity.

November 22, 2021

Meet Keiara Windom, Avanade STEM scholar turned employee

Mathematics major and Avanade Scholar Keiara Windom shares her story with Avanade about how the scholarship supported her as a women in STEM and why she excited to be joining Avanade as business analyst. Read the story on Avanade's blog.

November 22, 2021

Swipe for science

A new online game about whales allows students and average citizens to participate in tracking and sorting data about local populations of these marine mammals. No previous scientific research experience required. Read the UW Bothell news story.

November 22, 2021

A showcase of research & creativity

As a window into the world of new ideas, the campus library showcases recent publications by the faculty at the University of Washington Bothell and at Cascadia College. Four STEM faculty are included in the UW Bothell news list of publications on showcase.

November 22, 2021

When opposites attract

The Earth System Science degree program is only two years old, and yet it already has made a difference in students’ lives, giving one former business major, for example, “permission” to pursue her passion. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

November 22, 2021

My Story: A tale of two Huskies & two heroes

Christian Dunham, STEM graduate student, Green Beret, veteran and volunteer with Task Force Pineapple, works to get Afghan refugees safely out of Afghanistan and to the states. In so doing, he is paying forward a great sacrifice made by one of his heroes. Read the UW Bothell news story.

November 2, 2021

My story: Shining like the sun

Djelli Berisha is the first-ever UW Bothell student to serve on the University of Washington board of regents. A senior in STEM majoring in biology, he writes about his Albanian heritage, moving from fear to determination and the transformative power of higher education. Read the UW Bothell news story.

October 27, 2021