NSF grant to research Artificial Intelligence-Enhanced Cybersecurity

The intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and cybersecurity is emerging as an important field. With $300,000 National Science Foundation grant funding, Associate Professor Dr. Brent Lagesse in collaboration with Associate Professor Dr. Colleen Lewis from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign will research industry needs, barriers to learning, and determine the best ways to prepare the workforce to apply AI to problems in cybersecurity.

November 22, 2021

A showcase of research & creativity

As a window into the world of new ideas, the campus library showcases recent publications by the faculty at the University of Washington Bothell and at Cascadia College. Four STEM faculty are included in the UW Bothell news list of publications on showcase.

November 22, 2021

My Story: A tale of two Huskies & two heroes

Christian Dunham, STEM graduate student, Green Beret, veteran and volunteer with Task Force Pineapple, works to get Afghan refugees safely out of Afghanistan and to the states. In so doing, he is paying forward a great sacrifice made by one of his heroes. Read the UW Bothell news story.

November 2, 2021

Viral Epidemics prepares students for college life

Virtual Epidemics is a Discovery Core course that prepares students for university-level learning and provides context for the state of the world during the second year of the coronavirus pandemic. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

October 27, 2021

Building a rich culture for graduate students

Graduate students go through comprehensive orientation sessions, have one-to-one appointments with their advisers and meet their cohorts — all before walking into the classroom. Read the UW Bothell story to learn how the graduate programs run onboarding, including how the School of STEM encourages connections, combats common issues, and prepares graduate students to be successful.

October 6, 2021

Solving problems with software

Keziah May, a recent graduate from the University of Washington Bothell, uses her skills as a software engineer to solve real-world problems — virtually. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

October 6, 2021

New year, new faculty

UW Bothell welcomes new faculty on Sept. 16. From the School of STEM, join us in welcoming Assistant Teaching Professor Bill Anderson (Division of Engineering & Mathematics), Alanna Pawlak (Division of Physical Sciences), and Annuska Zolyomi (Division of Computing & Software Systems).

September 8, 2021

STEM4 one step closer to meeting region’s needs

UW Bothell and Cascadia College will increase the number of STEM students when a new building opens on campus. A ceremonial groundbreaking last month brought together representatives from both institutions along with elected officials, industry leaders, project team members and community advocates who have long championed the shared building. Read the story in UW Bothell news.

August 10, 2021

4 quick tips for job seekers in STEM

Job searching is always a stressful and exciting time! STEM Graduate Career Counselor Yasemin Bolstad shares four tips from working with STEM graduate students and alumni at the University of Washington Bothell in response to a virtual ACT-W conference discussion post topic: "What advice would you give to someone seeking a job"?

July 15, 2021