UW Student Research Scholarships
UW Bothell Founder’s Fellow Scholarship
The Founder's Fellow Scholarship aids UW Bothell students in their research, scholarship and creative activity. They are made possible by the generous support of the UW Bothell Founder’s Endowed Fellowship, with the purpose of the awards to encourage and recognize undergraduate students in research in all disciplines represented on the UW Bothell campus. Awarded UW Bothell students are enabled to focus more effort on their research, scholarship and creative expression projects. Application period is closed - due annually in December.
UW Seattle Mary Gates Research & Leadership Scholarship
Mary Gates Research and Leadership Scholarships are competitive scholarships open to all University of Washington undergraduate students. These scholarships are intended to enhance the educational experiences of undergraduate students at the University of Washington while they are engaged in faculty guided research. The goal of these scholarships is to allow students to focus more attention and time on their research, deepening their inquiry into a discipline or project, while reducing financial burden.
More information on the Mary Gates Scholarship
University of Washington Library Award
The UW Libraries Research Award for Undergraduates recognizes undergraduate students who have authored superb research projects demonstrating a creative use of scholarly material. This competition is open to all University of Washington undergraduate students.
More information on the UW Library Award
Jane E. Decker Endowed Libraries Student Support Fund
This new fund was established to support Library student employees – recipients may include those involved in research.
“Jane believed in access to education for everyone, and was especially drawn to returning and first generation students. She was committed to the notion that education can transform peoples’ lives, in part by expanding their horizons. For example, she promoted global awareness by offering short study abroad experiences that could accommodate the schedules of returning students who worked full time.”
More information coming soon.