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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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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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Lights inspire colorful computer graphic art

Red is the dominant color of 10 computer graphic prints exhibited at UW Bothell by Korean artist Kipil Kim. Some were inspired by things Kim saw while visiting the United States for the first time: red taillights of traffic, red Christmas lights and the red tinge of mountains in the morning light.

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Looking under the health care safety net

Two UW Bothell faculty members who have been attracting widespread news coverage for their survey of GoFundMe medical campaigns are now taking a closer look at who falls through the health care safety net and turns to the internet for help with medical bills.

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Fellowships promote community-based learning

Now in its 12th year, the community-based learning and research (CBLR) fellowship program is part of UW Bothell's commitment to connected learning and community engagement. This academic year, eight faculty members received support.

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