The Office of Research

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Our mission

The Mission of the University of Washington Bothell Office of Research is to promote, support, and build research capacity and expertise at UW Bothell. We believe this leads to enriched learning and continual intellectual revitalization of the campus environment for students, faculty, and staff.


 

 


 

Campus Research Connections

Nursing and Public Health: Speed Networking Event

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Thursday, May 17, 2018
7:30-9PM | Edmonds Center for the Arts
7PM early check-in
  • CONNECT with people during 5-minute speed meetings. Quickly reveal current or future research endeavors which may otherwise take months of conversations to uncover.
  • NETWORK AND ALIGN with faculty, alumni, and community organizations on specific interests within Nursing and Public Health. Foster collaborative partnerships, inspire community-based research projects, expand your network, and more.
  • DISCOVER skills, research projects , or other assets that exist at UW Bothell and in the surrounding community that you can tap into.
  • BRING YOUR BUSINESS CARDS, have fun, and make meaningful connections!

Learn more about the event and register.

 

 

""UW Bothell Herbarium

The UW Bothell Herbarium provides a critical authoritative record of plants occurring in the campus wetland and the greater North Creek Basin. As the vegetation changes through time in the wetland it will form a reliable record to help us and future researchers understand biological and habitat change in one of our regions’ preeminent floodplain restoration projects.
 
In 2016, the Office of Research began supporting the herbarium efforts. By teaming up with the Burke Herbarium (UW Seattle), the collection will be accessible online in late 2017. Please contact Sarah Verlinde (severlin@uw.edu) if you’re interested in donating, volunteering, studying, or taking a tour.

 

 

UW Bothell Clean Room""

The University of Washington Bothell is one of the only universities in the area offering the unique feature of a clean room. A clean room has low levels of environmental pollutants such as dust, airborne microbes, aerosol particles, and chemical vapors - making it vital to manufacturing. At UW Bothell, you'll find many of our electrical engineering undergraduates, graduates, and certificate students in the clean room, learning with hands-on training in a real-world work setting. Sound interesting? Check out our electrical engineering programs here!

Read UW Bothell News article on the clean room.

 

 


 

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