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STEM women see options on career trek

About 20 women students from the School of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics took part in the latest Women in Engineering Trek. Visiting locally based companies helped students see there are career opportunities with engineering and computing companies that want to employ more women.

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Alumna Waters serving Woodinville community

UW Bothell alumna Paula Waters (liberal studies ’98) says the University taught her the value of learning and the ability to be open minded, which have helped her as a member of the Woodinville City Council. 

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Creating a better thoroughbred horse racetrack

John Bridge, associate professor of mechanical engineering, is an international expert in synthetic materials used in horse racetracks. His research, with student help, makes racetracks safer for jockeys and horses.

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Gates scholarship affirms spider man’s research

Receiving a Mary Gates scholarship gave Camilo Acosta-Garcia a confidence boost in pursuing science as a career. Guided by two faculty members, he researches beetles in the campus wetlands with entomologist Michele Price and collects spiders and insects at Mount St. Helens with plant ecologist Cynthia Chang.

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Walsh researches racial politics in taxation

A tax scholar, Camille Walsh believes taxation is a system that stabilizes society by providing a safety net for the vulnerable. There’s nobility in paying taxes and being part of the system that includes everyone, says Walsh, an assistant professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences.

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