Fully accredited engineering programs
The computer engineering and mechanical engineering programs at University of Washington Bothell have received their first full accreditation from ABET, the accrediting agency for programs in natural science, computing and engineering. Read the full accreditation article here.
PACCAR Panel Discussion
January 8, 2018
Engineers from PACCAR were on campus for an open discussion on Engineering in the automotive industry. PACCAR is the parent organization of Kenworth and Peterbilt trucks.
Hosted by Society of Manufacturing Engineers at UW Bothell
September 5, 2017
Please join the school of STEM in congratulating Seungkeun Choi (PI) and his co-investigators, Hung Cao, Cassandra Wright, and Kristina Hillesland in their NSF MRI award, MRI: Acquisition of a Scanning Electron Microscope to Enhance Undergraduate Research Training in the Engineering and Science, received on 09/06/2017. The NSF MRI program provides funds for major equipment purchases. This will provide our UG students a wonderful opportunity to work on a SEM in their UG research experiences and aid our faculty in their research efforts. Learn about the NSF award details.
September 5, 2017
Professor Yoon and his team have been selected to receive an Amazon Catalyst grant in support of their project titled “Modular kit development for the safe and easy use of public restrooms for wheelchair Patients.” This grant is made possible through a collaboration between the University of Washington and Amazon. The team will develop a smart, multifunctional wheelchair system based on a modular do-it-yourself kit, allowing wheelchair-bound patients the safe and easy use of public restrooms with $35,000 for a grant period of 12 months.
September 1, 2017
Congrats to ME professor Steve Collins for being elected as the President-elect of the Washington Society of Professional Engineers (WSPE)! Also, he was appointed as International Affiliated Fellow at Japan’s National Institute of Science and Technology Policy for the period 4/17 - 3/18. Professor Collins will travel to Japan 9/4 - 9/15 to initiate research collaboration on the status of science and technology resources and policy assessment. Many things to celebrate!resources and policy assessment. Many things to celebrate!
June 28, 2017
Farmer Frog, a nonprofit educational farm in Woodinville, has added a biodigester to its teaching tools thanks to a capstone project by two University of Washington Bothell mechanical engineering students. Read More...
May 1, 2017
Trickfire Robotics, a college robotics team under the School of STEM, is working hard to get their robot robot to the NASA Robotic Mining Competition (RMC) at the Kenney Space Center in Florida in May. Read More...
April 28, 2017
The first in a planned series of University of Washington Bothell community hackathons aims to make improvements at the garden sprouting on campus . Read More...
April 1, 2017
The Husky 100 recognizes 100 UW undergraduate and gradaute students from three campuses in all areas of study who are making the most of their time at the UW. Two mechanical engineering students, Matt Dunaway and Randa Mustafa, were selected as part of the Husky 100 Class of 2017. Read More about Matt. Read More about Randa.
January 27, 2017
Hackathons at the UW Bothell Makerspace are expanding beyond problem-solving binges into experiences that direct diverse disciplines to solve community needs. Read More...
December 5, 2016
We, the officers of the UW Bothell chapter of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), believe networking to be the top priority of our club. In consideration of this, we have invited local industry representatives to participate in a panel on our campus. The topic of discussion will be internships, the needs of the panelists, advice that can aid students pursuing internships, and advice on how our students can take full advantage of an internship.
Please come prepared with a reviewed Resume / CV. There will be an opportunity after the panel to meet with company representatives for one on one questions and resume review. I would also suggest having your elevator pitch ready to go. Please contact the UWB Career Center for assistance getting prepared for Internship Season.
Our club officers have donated their membership refunds in order to provide refreshments for attendees. All attendees will be asked to consider joining our professional society so we can continue to provide these opportunities.
Time: Monday, December 5, 2016 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (PST)
Location: Maker Space
A "Mix-giving" celebration of fall and ocean technology designed to get students and professional in the region talking about all things marine technology related!! Read More...
Nov 14, 2016
Have you wondered why CSS161 is a degree requirement for mechanical engineering? Have you been told knowing how to code will enhance your career but don't know where to start? Read More...
September 19, 2016
Three students in a marine engineering course last spring designed a platform in a community-based learning and research project with Teledyne BlueView, a Bothell sonar products company owned by Teledyne Technologies, a global industrial company. Read More...
June 12, 2016
Congratulations on you graduation!! On June 12, we held our 25th Commencement Ceremony of the University of Washington Bothell and our first 28 Mechanical Engineering graduates, The Class of 2016, received their BSME diplomas. Read More...
Mar 28, 2016
No experience nessecary, but feel free to stop by the space to learn some how to use some of the machines before-hand. It will be a fun day of rapid design, teamwork and making. Space is limited, so sign up now!
Mar 5, 2016
Zebrick plans to share his experience gained from a wide variety of companies and fields of engineering. As many of our students begin the search for our first engineering job, Zebrick will discuss advantages and disadvantages associated with choosing a specific field or company. Read More...
Jan 18, 2016
The University of Washington Bothell’s new Mechanical Engineering program is rapidly developing into an exemplary engineering education . The small class sizes, the drive to encourage students to fully consider the impacts of their engineering choices and the unwavering commitment to technical and creative excellence sets the experience apart from many other campuses. Read More...