Research & Internships
The University of Washington places a strong emphasis on experiential learning, which is the process of learning by doing and reflecting on your experiences. High impact experiences such as research, internships, volunteering, engaging in student groups, and studying abroad can give you the perfect opportunity to connect theoretical science with real-world applications, build a strong résumé, network with potential future colleagues and employers, and permanently enrich your worldview and sense of self.
To explore possible research opportunities on the UW Bothell campus and elsewhere, please visit the following pages:
- Visit our biology faculty page for contact information and to read about each instructor's areas of interest. Once you have met with an instructor and agreed to work together, you can visit the Biology Student Forms & Resources page to complete a BBIO 498/499 registration request.
- Visit our physical sciences page to find biology-related work in chemistry and physics. Once you have met with an instructor and agreed to work together, you can visit the Physical Sciences Student Forms & Resources page to complete a BCHEM/BPHYS 498/499 registration request.
- Visit the UW Bothell research database to search for biology-related work in other Schools at UW Bothell. Talk to your mentor about how to register for research credit.
- Visit the UW Seattle research database to search for biology-related work at other UW campuses. Scroll to the bottom of the page for the database link. Talk to your mentor about how to register for research credit.
Visit our Career Services page for strategies and resources to find an internship at an organization in the Puget Sound region and beyond!