Space for undergraduate researchers is limited based on available graduate mentors as well as the individual student’s skills and fit for the proposed project. Undergraduate students at the University of Washington who are interested in conducting research for credit in the BioRobotics Lab must attend a meeting for prospective undergraduate researchers prior to being considered. These meetings occur at the end of every quarter and are mandatory for consideration for research the following quarter (for example, undergraduate students who want to be considered for research during the winter quarter must attend the prospective students meeting at the end of the fall quarter). The meeting will discuss potential research projects and expectations for undergraduate researchers as well as answer questions that prospective students may have. At the end of the meeting, information will be given on how to apply for research. Please note that undergraduate students who join as researchers are required to take one quarter of EE490 before taking EE499.
The next meeting for undergraduate researchers will be during the fall quarter. Join us at EEB303 on October 5, 2017 at 12 noon to learn about the research carried out in the BioRobotics Lab and how to get involved with our projects.