Student Experience


Undergraduate students Natalie Gonzales (left in photo) and Kira Lemke. Natalie has shoulder-length curly brown hair, glasses, a red floral shirt on and Kira is photograpghed outside by a pink flowering bush wearing a green tank top. She has shoulder-length brown hair.Revelations through research, Mary Gates Research Scholars

Undergraduate students Natalie Gonzales (left in photo) and Kira Lemke received Mary Gates Research Scholarships during winter quarter 2021. Natalie is a junior sponsored by CSS Professor Dr. Michael Stiber. Natalie will be investigating how spike timing dependent plasticity, which is a mechanism thought to underly learning in nervous systems, changes the behaviors of networks during development. Reach about the inspiration behind their research and the impact their discoveries could make in the UW Bothell news story.

Keziah May in the full graduation cap and gown, holding a UW diploma in from of a UW branded purple back dropHusky 100 awardee Keziah May is solving problems with software

Keziah May, a recent bachelor's in Computer Science and Software Engineering graduate from the University of Washington Bothell, uses her skills as a software engineer to solve real-world problems — virtually. Read the story on Keziah in UW Bothell news.