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Sharing music during a pandemic

During the coronavirus pandemic, Jonathan Cluts, who has deep ties to UW Bothell, and his wife Nancy Cluts have been an example of the ways people can give back to the community.

July 1, 2020

Affordable flight instruction by remote control

Engineering and physics students have launched a five-year capstone project to build a remote-control air system to give student pilots in the Husky Aviation Club a less-expensive way to practice.

June 25, 2020

Luncheon love: $750,000 for student scholarships

Neither snow nor pandemic could halt University of Washington Bothell supporters from donating to the I Heart UW Bothell Scholarship Luncheon. In its three years the event raised $750,000 to help students continue their education.

June 12, 2020

Running a virtual Husky 5K

The University of Washington Bothell’s Husky 5K turned into a virtual event because of the pandemic and became an unexpected success. A total of 830 remote runners raised $14,800 for the COVID-19 Emergency Student Fund.

June 3, 2020

Giving to the COVID-19 Emergency Student Fund

University of Washington Bothell supporters are giving to the COVID-19 Emergency Student Fund to help keep students’ education on track by covering parts of tuition, books, technology, housing, child care or medical costs.

May 28, 2020

STEM alum influences future engineers

Eric Chen (Computing & Software Systems ’05) works as a software engineer lead at Microsoft and contributes to the UW Bothell scholarship fund because he knows financial aid helps students focus on their education.

January 8, 2020

UW Bothell students study around the world

The Global Scholars program helps find financial assistance to study abroad for students who otherwise wouldn’t have the opportunity. A dozen students in the first cohort in 2019 traveled to a half-dozen countries.

December 31, 2019

Donation makes the Makerspace

Former Chancellor Kenyon Chan and his wife Shirley Hune pledged $100,000 over 10 years to help pay for supplies used by 3D printers, laser cutters and other equipment in the Makerspace.

December 31, 2019

Avanade scholarships promote women in STEM

Seattle-based Avanade, a global provider of business solutions on the Microsoft ecosystem, established a scholarship fund for women in the School of STEM to build a more diverse digital workforce.

December 12, 2019

Conservatory a base for learning and landscaping

The many uses of the Sarah Simonds Green Conservatory over the past six years — courses, research, campus landscaping, wetlands restoration — show just how valuable it is as a campus resource.

October 3, 2019