STEM Symposium Awards — 2024

On June 7, 2024, the School of STEM hosted the spring undergraduate STEM Symposium for students to showcase their research and work from the quarter across all four STEM divisions: Biological Sciences, Computing & Software Systems (CSS), Engineering & Mathematics (E&M), and Physical Sciences (PSD). The School of STEM hosted its inaugural award recognition ceremony and recognized students and faculty for their outstanding achievements, academic excellence, resiliency, engagement, leadership and service during the academic year.

July 8, 2024

Investing in diverse futures: Bothell students and faculty find community at the 2024 Women in Cybersecurity conference 

As a leader in cybersecurity research and education, the University of Washington Bothell School of STEM Division of Computing & Software Systems (CSS) sponsored three students and one faculty member to attend the 2024 Women in Cybersecurity conference in Nashville, Tennessee.  

June 27, 2024

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

Boeing partners with School of STEM to create capstone project

The School of STEM at the University of Washington Bothell has shared several successful collaborations with industry through its engineering capstone program. This year was special however, as for the first time, the School of STEM was honored to have Boeing as one of our industry partners. This year Boeing engineers collaborated with students from...

July 31, 2023

Astrophysicists report solid evidence for a background hum of gravitational waves

Astrophysicists have found the best evidence yet for a low-frequency “hum” of gravitational waves rippling through the cosmos, based on 15 years’ worth of ultra-precise measurements checking the timing of radio pulses from distant stars. The evidence, newly published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters, comes from several teams of researchers, including several from the University...

June 30, 2023

Astronomy Day: Learning through teaching 

During Astronomy Day in the University of Washington Bothell’s Commons Hall in May, students from Dr. Paola Rodríguez Hidalgo’s Intro to Astronomy course presented on topics ranging from black holes and the Big Bang Theory to moon phases and the solar system. Every year, Rodríguez Hidalgo’s students organize the event as an opportunity to teach...

June 22, 2023

A humble and accomplished student leader

Hithem Ghadamsi wasn’t the type of student who would brag about his accomplishments. According to his professors at the University of Washington Bothell, he was a disciplined student and a leader among his peers — but not the kind of leader who took credit for his work or boasted about his achievements. His work, however,...

June 22, 2023