MEET DEVON GRIGGS, a graduate from the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering ('18). As a full-time Boeing employee and someone who wanted to continue their electrical engineering education, Devon found the program to be designed for working professionals and convenient for his commute. Now a full-time electrical engineering PhD student in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the University of Washington, Devon mentions that it is “unlikely that I would have been admitted if I did not have the opportunity to earn a strong MSEE degree through UW Bothell”. We invite you to read Devon’s Q&A interview.
MEET MALIA STEWARD, a graduate from the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering ('18). Reflecting on her path at UW Bothell first as an undergraduate and then a master’s degree student, Malia credits the quality of courses, opportunities to participate in research and working closely with faculty for her success. In her final year of the program, Malia was awarded the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship that made her Ph.D. dreams a reality. She is now a doctoral student in mechanical engineering at the University of Washington. We invite you to read Malia’s Q&A interview.
MEET TARANNUM FERDOUS, a graduate from the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering ('16). We had the opportunity to ask Tarannum why she chose the master’s in electrical engineering and what she thought about her experiences as a student in the program. Now an Associate Engineering at T-Mobile, Tarannum reflects on how the faculty, academic advisors and STEM graduate career counselor were the highlight of the student experience. We invite you to read Tarannum’s Q&A interview.