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Student Research Benefits
Students discover their passion and talents and continue on to successful careers!
Research projects can lead to scholarships and/or awards; projects look good on a resume and graduate school application.
Research experience allows undergraduate students to better understand published works, learn to balance collaborative and individual work, determine an area of interest, and jump start their careers as researchers.
Line Up Your Fall Research!
Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice Fair
Come to the Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice Fair to find a faculty mentored research or creative practice project that interests you! Over sixty research opportunities presented.
October 12, 2017 | 10:30AM-5PM | ARC
Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice Mini Fairs
10 – 11AM | UW1 – 103
The Office of Research and Student Success Center encourage you to stop by the fairs and connect with faculty to find out how YOU can get involved in research currently underway in the following areas of focus and many more!
Monday, October 2: Vaccinations, Aging, Women’s Health, Medical Devices, Healthcare Applications
Tuesday, October 3: Educating Young Eyes, Research in the Classroom, Student Attitudes & Engagement
Wednesday, October 4: Embryonic Development, Coevolution, Epigenetics
Thursday, October 18: Cybersecurity, Neural Simulation, Internet of Things (IoT), Data Provenance
Tuesday, October 24: Self-Driving Tricycle, Endangered Language Documentation, 3D Printed Polymer Scaffolds
Tuesday, October 31: Smart Electrical Grid, Probing the Ocean with Sound, Gravitational Wave Astronomy
Wednesday, November 1: Teams Adapting to Disruptions, Effects of Geography on Professional Expertise, Partnering in Business
Tuesday, November 7: Anti-Racism Movements, Role of Stereotypes, Homelessness, Religious Identity & Politics
Tuesday, November 14: Crow Behavior & Communication, Environmental Forensics, Plant Ecology, Environmental Chemistry
Tuesday, November 28: To be determined
Faculty from all UW campuses post research opportunities for undergraduate students to the UW Research database.
Find research opportunities at Bothell, within the UW system, and summer opportunities.
UW Bothell Office of Research has scholarships for students participating in undergraduate research. These awards allow students to focus more attention and time on their research.
UREACH Ambassadors provide outreach and guidance to UW Bothell students interested in getting involved in research and creative practice.
How to Contact Faculty
Not sure what to say when you write to a faculty member about research? Copy and paste this template below and customize it for a streamlined appearance.
Dear Professor X,
My name is Student Y, and I am a Z year student at UW Bothell. I was intrigued by your poster, “Project Title” at the Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice Fair. Would it be possible to meet with you to further discuss my possible involvement in your research? I am available Days and Times. I look forward to hearing from you.