Fortune: Cybersecurity Engineering master’s degree to advance your career

Cybersecurity is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world with rewarding salary opportunities for trained professionals. Fortune interviewed Professor Mike Stiber and highlights the Master of Science in Cybersecurity Engineering at the University of Washington Bothell as one of the nation's few cybersecurity programs specific to engineering that may help advance your career.

October 13, 2023

Symposium showcases undergraduate research, recognizes outstanding mentors

More than 30 students from the University of Washington Bothell presented at the 26th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium held at UW’s Mary Gates Hall in Seattle on Friday, May 19. This year’s symposium hosted presentations by undergraduates from across the three UW campuses. The UW Bothell students presented 20 different research projects and topics, ranging...

June 9, 2023

Recruiting, retaining, and advancing women in cybersecurity — WiCyS 2023

As our lives become increasingly digitalized, cybersecurity has never been more important. The predicted cost of cybercrime is estimated to hit $8 trillion this year and $10.5 trillion by 2025, according to Cybersecurity Ventures.   It is vital to have skilled cybersecurity professionals to help keep data and information safe from hackers and other external threats. Demand...

April 27, 2023

Funding for the Center for Biotech Innovation and Training

The University of Washington Bothell School of STEM is thrilled to announce that the upcoming Center for Biotech Innovation and Training (CBIT) has been awarded additional funding from the FY 2022 Omnibus Appropriations Bill.

March 15, 2022

From Prison to Purpose

Michael Cho, STEM student at UW Bothell, was awarded a Mary Gates Research Scholarship to explore topics in artificial intelligence that could have lasting effects on fair and equitable technology. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

January 31, 2022

CSS autumn newsletter, Nibbles, from Chair Dr. Bill Erdly

Check out the autumn 2021 edition of the Division of Computing & Software Systems newsletter, Nibbles, from Chair and Associate Professor Dr. Bill Erdly. Read the message from the chair and access the newsletter to see news about huskies making an impact in the world, faculty promotions and multiple awards, welcoming new staff and faculty, sponsoring the Grace Hopper Conference, an NSF grant to research AI-enhanced cybersecurity, funding for 911 emergency communications, and more!

December 22, 2021