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Lagesse, Shayne win faculty mentor awards

Chancellor Wolf Yeigh has presented Distinguished Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice Mentor Awards to faculty members Brent Lagesse and Julie Shayne. Lagesse is an assistant professor in the Computing and Software Systems Division and an expert in cyber security. Shayne is a lecturer in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences and faculty coordinator for gender, women and sexuality studies.

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New ASUWB officers, senators for 2016-2017

Tanya Kumar is the newly elected president of Associated Students of the University of Washington Bothell. She and 10 others were chosen in the spring elections as the ASUWB Executive Council officers and senators for 2016-2017. The officers begin July 1 and the senators Sept. 1.

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Mother, daughter graduating together

The Sandhu family has double the pride in this spring's University of Washington Bothell commencement. Daughter Manveer, 21, is graduating with a bachelor’s in law, economics and public policy. Mother Devi, 44, is graduating with a master’s in education. While both were students they turned their home's dining room table into study "command central."

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Math, art intersect in spicy pentagon layout

A complex math discovery at University of Washington Bothell will become more mind-blowing when it is rendered in herbs and spices for an art installation. Sculptor Stephen Watson will visit the campus in mid-May to create a temporary, site-specific work of art based on the new pentagon, using his recipe of fragrant herbs and spices.

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Bandanas connect students with farmworkers

During her working life, a woman has a 50 percent chance of being sexually harassed on the job, but for women farmworkers the figure is closer to 80 percent, says Victoria Breckwich Vasquez, assistant professor in the School of Nursing and Health Studies at University of Washington Bothell. Women farmworkers are more vulnerable to the unwelcome advances of male supervisors and managers because the women may not speak English and they’re likely dependent on the farm for transportation and housing.

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