The UW Bothell Office of Sponsored Research provides resources and support
for research administration to advance investigators' agendas.
COVID-19 Resources and Information
Our team at the Office of Sponsored Research wants you to know we are all working full-time and remote to support research applications and funding. We can be contacted by email - view contact page. There are so many research opportunities available, so let us know how we can help! Here are a few important links to check out:
Return to Work/Research Resources
Congratulations to the following faculty who have recieved funding! The UW Bothell SRCP Seed Grant Program is intended to competitively support UW Bothell faculty in all disciplines who are starting new projects or relaunching current projects in new directions that have the potential for internal UW and/or external funding. We hope to continue building the research capacity and extramural support for faculty across all Schools.
A total of $284,000 was awarded to faculty and some funding was given specifically to support undergraduate researchers assisting with their mentor's research. View faculty and projects funded.
Read more about grant and apply for 2021.
Faculty and Staff Researchers: Post your research online so students can find you any time of the year. Students can search by keywords to find your unique opportunity they are looking for. Log in with your staff or faculty netID and fill out one form.
Students: find a research opportunity here: https://depts.washington.edu/uwbur
Student Undergraduate Research Pages: uwb.edu/research/undergraduate-research.
UW Bothell Centers
There are two research centers at and/or supported by UW Bothell:
- Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE)
- The Goodlad Institute for Education Renewal
UW Bothell Research Facilities
The Power of Mentoring
Mentors are some of the most important individuals in our lives. Learn how professors at the University of Washington Bothell have helped students overcome challenges, exceed their goals, and be successful in the classroom.
View faculty and staff mentor resources.
The AANAPISI program, one of eight federally designated Minority Serving Institution (MSI) programs, was established by Congress in 2007 as part of the College Cost Reduction and Access Act. It was expanded in 2008 under the Higher Education Opportunity Act.
The AANAPISI program provides grants and related assistance to AANAPISIs to enable such institutions to improve and expand their capacity to serve Asian Americans and Native American Pacific Islanders and low-income individuals.
The University of Washington Bothell has a Predominantly Undergraduate Institutional Membership with the Society of Research Administrators International.
With this membership, every staff member has access to a community of peers as well as experts in the field, and discounts on educational programming, career resources and conferences. Contact Sarah Verlinde for the code and instructions to sign up, email@example.com.