Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice
Find Research at UW Bothell on Database
If you are looking for ways to enhance your education, pad your resume, or just be a part of amazing projects then visit the UW Bothell Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice Opportunities Database. This database will help you connect with faculty who are actively looking for student researchers.
The Power of Mentoring
The impact faculty mentors can make during college is a powerful — as three students from the University of Washington Bothell experienced firsthand. Now alumni, they encourage other students to connect with faculty outside class.
Guided Explorations -Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice at UW Bothell
Three students encourage others to find independent studies and research to enhance their educational programs at UW Bothell. Their stories share motivation, curiosity, and a close relationship with a researcher that made the difference in their learning and personal development.
Undergraduate Journals - Get Published!
The CROW accepts a variety of submission types including research editorials, research papers, abstracts, works in progress, and literature reviews.* More information on the submission types can be found below. Submissions can be a culmination of any research conducted during a student’s time at the University of Washington Bothell. The primary focus should be on research. We accept papers from both undergraduate and graduate students from all schools and programs at UW Bothell.
Clamor is a venue for public expression and creative practice, as our name implies. In light of current events, we decided to showcase works that reflect opinions and identities representing the concerns of our community. While not everyone will agree with the ideas presented in these works, we chose pieces that resonated with us. As a student-led publication, our decisions were not made solely based on the content of these works, but on their engagement with their materials.
A student-run undergraduate journal in the College of the Environment at the University of Washington, Seattle. they are focused on highlighting undergraduate research performed in the College and raising awareness of environmental issues in the Puget Sound. This journal is produced quarterly with each issue focusing on a different aspect of the environment.
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Student Research Benefits
- Students discover their passion and talents and continue on to successful careers!
- Research projects can lead to scholarships and/or awards; projects look good on a resume and graduate school application.
- Research experience allows undergraduate students to better understand published works, learn to balance collaborative and individual work, determine an area of interest, and jump start their careers as researchers.