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The UW Bothell (un)GALA dinner and auction raised more than $100,000 that is going directly to business students through scholarships and programs.
As a UW Bothell student in the 1990s, Neil Azous valued its entrepreneurial spirit at the forefront of science and industry. Now as a member of the UW Bothell Advisory Board, it's what Azous wants for students today.
University of Washington Bothell business students helped Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County win a three-year, $288,000 grant the agency needed to open another office to support victims of domestic abuse.
Nadia Mabrouk and Warisha Soomro, two UW Bothell student leaders who attended the Forbes Under 30 Summit in Boston, returned even more confident to pursue their entrepreneurial ideas.
Erik Anderson, a stay-at-home dad with some college experience, went back to school to relaunch his business career. At the University of Washington Bothell he found a rigorous curriculum and energizing students.
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