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Anna Bui scholarships have impact

Samantha Bohn is one of the students who had a study abroad experience thanks to a scholarship fund created in the memory of Anna Bui.

February 12, 2019

Donors double private scholarship funding

Thanks to generous donors, in 2018-19 the University of Washington Bothell anticipates awarding the largest number of privately funded scholarships to date. UW Bothell is on track to double the $202,000 from 31 funds awarded to 85 students last year.

July 20, 2018

Legacy Award honors Ralph and Doreen Boy

Longtime supporters of the School of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics, Ralph and Doreen Boy received the 2018 UW Bothell Legacy Award, in recognition of their service, philanthropy and inspiration.

May 10, 2018

Library showcases Native American artwork

The Native American paintings, prints, masks and carvings displayed throughout the University of Washington Bothell / Cascadia College Campus Library are part of an interactive collection. Almost every display has a digital link so visitors can see more about materials used in the artworks and tribal affiliations.

January 31, 2018

130 WSOS scholars at UW Bothell, most ever

Pavel Krivopustov is on track to graduate in June with a degree in computer science and software engineering, and says it would not have been possible without the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship.

October 27, 2017

Second cohort of Coca-Cola scholars

The University of Washington Bothell received a $115,000 scholarship grant from The Coca-Cola Foundation to help increase the number of students who succeed at becoming the first in their families to graduate on time from a four-year college.

September 28, 2017

Successful fundraiser for Anna Bui endowment

About 200 people attended a fundraiser in Mukilteo, Washington, that brought in nearly $41,000 for the Anna Bui World of Hope Scholarship at the University of Washington Bothell. With previous donations, the endowment fund now has nearly $59,000 to support study abroad experiences for other students in memory of 19-year-old Bui who was killed last summer shortly after traveling in Europe for three weeks.

August 7, 2017

Need financial help? It’s OK to ask

Since graduating from the University of Washington Bothell, Chris Molitor (business administration, marketing ’07), has run a website template business. Now he’s working on a “passion project,” a crowdfunding website for students called Fullride.me.

May 10, 2017

Donors give back to unique seminar

One of the longest running courses at the University of Washington Bothell – the annual weeklong human rights seminar in Washington, D.C. – is even better thanks to alumni who experienced the trip and now support its impact.

November 3, 2016

Self-driving bikes could move the world

With help from Amazon Catalyst, UW Bothell faculty member Tyler Folsom is leading a group of students working to develop self-driving bicycles. Costing far less than a self-driving car, autonomous bikes could improve traffic safety, speed up urban transportation and save energy, reducing climate change.

October 11, 2016

Putting the fun in fundraising

On Saturday, Sept. 24, the UW Bothell Alumni Council will host its signature Husky football viewing party. Proceeds from the viewing party, which is hosted in partnership with Technology Access Foundation (TAF) and the School of Educational Studies, will support teacher equity in Washington state. All are welcome at this fun, spirited event! Register online at: https://events.uw.edu/viewingparty.

September 8, 2016