Insight: Autumn 2007

Autumn 2007

Chancellor's Recognition Reception 2007

A Night of Thanks!

Autumn Allen Autumn Allen shares how scholarship support made a difference for her.

Alumni and donors, local philanthropic organizations and government leaders, members of the business sector and campus community packed the Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery in April for the inaugural Chancellor's Club Reception and annual Golden Husky Awards ceremony honoring UW Bothell's most ardent friends and supporters.

Guests were treated to an evening of wine and hors d'oeuvres and many outstanding supporters were recognized for their extraordinary commitment to the mission of the institution with the "Golden Husky," a marble-based statue of UW's canine mascot.

Opening remarks were led by Master of Ceremonies, Lee Cheatham, Executive Director of the Washington Technology Center followed by a warm welcome from UW Provost Phyllis Wise.

Nursing student Sarah Bates and IAS alum Autumn Allen addressed the positive impact and huge difference private financial support has made in their lives through educational opportunities offered at UW Bothell.

For more information about the event or how to make a gift, visit www.uwb.edu/chancellor/development/.
Sarah Bates Sarah Bates addresses the positive impact of her UW Bothell educational experience.
Jim Pinkelman Jim Pinkelman holds the Golden Husky awarded to Microsoft.
Gerald Grinter Gerald Grinter shows off the Golden Husky award presented to the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of King County.