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‘Ready-to-resume’ plan manages interruptions

Sophie Leroy

When you’re interrupted at one task, taking a minute to make a “ready-to-resume” plan will help you return and prevent “attention residue” in the meantime. Sophie Leroy, an assistant professor in the UW Bothell School of Business, talks about her research in this UW News story.

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Core of discovery in half-marathon course

Christian Clausen

The Half-Marathon: What It Takes To Run 13.1 Miles, which includes lessons in business, health and goal-setting, is an example of UW Bothell’s Discovery Core seminars that help first year and pre-major students transition to the University.

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Online software certificate addresses cyber need

Claire Jennings

To increase access to the graduate certificate program in software design and development, UW Bothell will also offer it online, starting fall quarter 2018. The goal is to help move more interested people into the cybersecurity workforce.

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Students share their priorities with lawmakers

Chancellor Yeigh welcomes three lawmakers to forum.

UW Bothell students would like the Legislature to advance plans for a new academic building on campus. Student leaders shared their priorities with three local lawmakers at a Jan. 3 legislative send-off.

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‘Amazing’ help for Marine mom’s nonprofit

David Finlayson, Laurie Finlayson, Richard Geasey

All the marketing advice and connections provided by a UW Bothell faculty member were “amazing,” says the founder of the Lion Heart Foundation, which encourages the military to detect heart problems like the one that took the life of her Marine son.

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