Research and Creative Projects for Undergrads
The Research & Creative Projects Office helps undergraduate students find opportunities to apply what they learn in classrooms to dive deeper into a field of their interest. Doing research or having hands-on experience in creative projects boosts students’ chances for employment or enhances their placement into a robust program in a professional or graduate school. All students are encouraged to participate in this high-impact practice.
UW Bothell has been nationally recognized for its exceptional commitment to community engagement and research. Explore the creative, systematic process of asking new questions and the generating new knowledge.
Research in your field
Across all career paths, people rely on research to make smarter decisions and develop innovative products, policies, techniques, and much more. Explore frequently asked questions about research.Explore frequently asked questions about research
5 steps to get started
Find research opportunities, classes, and programs aligned with your interests. Learn how to identify and reach out to prospective mentors. Receive support with applying to programs and funding your research experience.Start your research
Share your work
Publish your research or creative project in journals, library databases, and more. Present at local conferences. Learn how to discuss your work in job materials, interviews, and more.Share your work
Connect with us
Schedule an advising appointment. Request a customized workshop or presentation for your class, club, or program. Subscribe to our newsletter.Expand your network
Find Research on the Connected Huskies Database
Find high-impact and experiential learning opportunities curated for UW Bothell students. This directory is growing and includes opportunities for research, merit awards and scholarships, creative projects, study abroad, and more. Use the filters in the sidebar to narrow down your search.
Connected Huskies Student Newsletter
Stay up-to-date with upcoming events, deadlines, and opportunities by signing up for Connected Learning’s monthly newsletter. This email includes student events, student success stories, upcoming program deadlines, and more. When you sign up, you can also select optional specific interests you may have like research. Subscribe to student newsletter
Husky Cache: Student Research Repository
The Husky Cache opened in February 2023!
A hub where research and creative works enhancing the student journey can be collected and shared. Our goal is to foster a community of student researchers and promote the dissemination of knowledge. On the Husky Cache, you can find past projects from the UW Bothell student community. We invite you to share your own research projects and inspire others.