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  • Class of 2005 endowed Textbook Scholarship | UW Foundation
    help future students with that expense with the creation of the Class of 2005 Textbook Scholarship This endowed scholarship provides small grants to several students each year who need assistance affording textbooks Give to this fund Application information The Class of 2005 Textbook Scholarship Fund is a collective gift from the graduating class of 2005 The scholarships are awarded to deserving members of the current senior class Amount of award 200 Number of awards TBD Deadline The UW Foundation must receive applications no later than 5 00 p m Friday August 1st 2014 Purpose The purpose of this endowment is to provide assistance to undergraduate students in their final year at the University of Washington The Class of 2005 Endowed Textbook Scholarship is established as part of the Class of 2005 Senior Class Gift The Senior Class Gift Council of 2005 created this award to help ease the financial burdens of additional textbook costs of future UW Seniors as they finish their education Over 900 members of the Class of 2005 made gifts in order to make this endowment possible Criteria Students must be University of Washington Seniors graduating no later than summer 2015 have a 3 3 minimum grade point average and be able to demonstrate involvement in and relevance of extra curricular activities to their academic career and or professional goals Activities can be research internships service leaderships or other experiential activities Contact more information Monica McDonald Project Manager for Special Markets UW Foundation Box 359504 Seattle WA 98195 Email mcdonmon uw edu Phone 206 616 0490 Comments are closed Make a gift Browse Funds Featured Current Needs Senior Class Gift 2014 Senior Class Gift Homepage UW Bothell Alumni Scholarship Fund Huskies Fight Hunger Fund Friedman Memorial Endowed Scholarship Senior Class Gift Archive Class of 2013 Mental Wellness

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/giving/class-of-2005-endowed-textbook-scholarship/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Class of 2004 Scholarship | UW Foundation
    University of Washington values both education and providing opportunities to access that education With private support the Class of 2004 aims to bridge the gap between tuition and the actual cost of attending the UW The Class of 2004 created an endowment to touch the lives of graduating seniors year after year Every dollar raised from the fund goes towards our need based scholarship for graduating seniors at UW Please join us in our efforts to continue to make the Class of 2004 Scholarship available to students by giving a gift today Contact More Information Monica McDonald Project Manager for Special Markets UW Foundation Box 359504 Seattle WA 98195 Email mcdonmon uw edu Phone 206 616 0490 Comments are closed Make a gift Browse Funds Featured Current Needs Senior Class Gift 2014 Senior Class Gift Homepage UW Bothell Alumni Scholarship Fund Huskies Fight Hunger Fund Friedman Memorial Endowed Scholarship Senior Class Gift Archive Class of 2013 Mental Wellness Endowment Class of 2012 Purple and Gold Forever Fund Class of 2011 Endowment for a Husky Promise Class of 2010 River of Lights Class of 2009 Endowment for Odegaard Library Class of 2008 Endowment for Sustainability and Environmental Stewardship Class of 2007

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/giving/class-of-2004-scholarship/ (2014-06-24)
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  • 4th Annual Philanthropy Day | UW Foundation
    in Red Square for a fun filled celebration Come learn about how UW supporters are contributing to your overall educational experience and take some swag home with you Also be on the lookout for large purple bows all around campus these signify gifts made possible by private support Event highlights Frozen Fruit Bars provided by Whole Foods An appearance by Dubs Free Real Dawgs Give Back t shirts while supplies last Chance to win an iPod when you tag your posts with SPEPatUW Photo booth with complimentary print outs Music provided by the UW Hip Hop Student Association Take a survey for a chance to win our grand prize a GoPro HD Hero3 After celebration Shultzy s on the Ave 3 5pm food provided Questions Want to get involved Contact Monica McDonald at mcdonmon uw edu Comments are closed Make a gift Browse Funds Featured Current Needs Foundation About FAQs For Foundation Board members For professional advisers Chairs Corner archive Report to Contributors Update your contact information How to give Ways of giving overview Alumni and friends Corporations and foundations Faculty staff retirees Parents Students Annual support Endowments Gifts in kind Planned Giving Real estate gifts Securities Special programs Gates

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/giving/4th-annual-philanthropy-day/ (2014-06-24)
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  • SPEP General Council Application | UW Foundation
    Name Last Name Address City State AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY Zip Phone Email Student ID UW Major Expected Graduation Year 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 During which hours are you available for meeting and volunteering check all that apply Weekday Mornings Weekday Afternoons Weekday Evenings Weekend Mornings Weekend Afternoons Weekend Evenings In which areas are you interested in volunteering check all that apply Marketing Events Finance Administration Fundraising Outreach Digital Social Media Volunteer Coordinating In 2 3 paragraphs summarize why you would like to be part of the Student Philanthropy Education Program and what experience you have with fundraising event planning and or marketing I hereby certify that the information provided on this application is complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge I authorize University Advancement to make further inquiries if needed I understand that by initialing this I am committing to a full academic year s worth of service should I be offered a position on the Council Initials If you have any questions please contact either Monica McDonald or Rutger Ceballos Comments are closed Make a gift Browse Funds Featured Current Needs Foundation About FAQs For Foundation Board members For professional advisers Chairs Corner archive Report to Contributors Update your contact information How to give Ways of giving overview Alumni and friends Corporations and foundations Faculty staff retirees Parents Students Annual support Endowments Gifts in kind Planned Giving Real estate gifts Securities Special programs Gates Volunteer Service Award Husky license plates Husky Promise Senior Class Gift Student

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/giving/spep-application/ (2014-06-24)
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  • College of Arts & Sciences: American Sign Language | UW Foundation
    UWAA Volunteer Events Service My UW Giving Donate to the UW College of Arts Sciences American Sign Language A President s Club story of impact While the University of Washington has long been a leader in language instruction typically teaching more than 50 languages a year American Sign Language ASL was absent from course listings Many students regularly requested that the UW teach ASL thinking it would be helpful in their respective fields such as nursing and education After more than 18 years of attempts the Provost and the College of Arts Sciences created a pilot program in Autumn 2007 and hired the UW s first lecturer in ASL The program was an immediate success with all courses fully enrolled often with waiting lists of over 400 students The demand for the program outpaced the available funding Fortunately a group of President s Club level donors stepped in and pledged enough funds over three years to hire another instructor With such generous support the ASL program now offers more classes including a second year curriculum and content based courses like Deaf History and the impact of the program is stretching far beyond the classroom walls Back to the President s Club homepage Comments are closed Make a gift Browse Funds Featured Current Needs Foundation About FAQs For Foundation Board members For professional advisers Chairs Corner archive Report to Contributors Update your contact information How to give Ways of giving overview Alumni and friends Corporations and foundations Faculty staff retirees Parents Students Annual support Endowments Gifts in kind Planned Giving Real estate gifts Securities Special programs Gates Volunteer Service Award Husky license plates Husky Promise Senior Class Gift Student Calling Program Student Philanthropy Education Program SPEP Giving levels Benefactors Henry Suzzallo Society Laureates President s Club Explore the Foundation Ways of

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/giving/sign-language/ (2014-06-24)
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  • College of Built Environments: Green Wall | UW Foundation
    UW Giving Donate to the UW College of Built Environments Green Wall A President s Club story of impact The south side of Gould Hall is a little greener thanks to the generous support of an alumnus and recent graduate of the Landscape Architecture department This initial gift provided the seed money for Prof Nancy Rottle and the College of Built Environments Green Futures Lab to design and implement the Biodiversity Green Wall Edible Green Screen and Water Harvesting Demonstration Project The student led design team of eight students from four different disciplines worked with local green wall manufacturer SolTerra Systems and more than 50 supporting faculty and staff to transform a blank concrete wall into a showcase that explores the use of vertical surfaces for local food production rainwater harvesting and the testing of green systems to improve building energy efficiency The two 10 by 10 panels are fitted with an innovative movable pulley system to bring the walls to the balconies for student gardeners to care for the plants and collect research data Beyond its impact in improving sustainability the Green Wall installation serves as a sustainability billboard of sorts providing inspiration for the next generation of design professionals Back to the President s Club homepage Comments are closed Make a gift Browse Funds Featured Current Needs Foundation About FAQs For Foundation Board members For professional advisers Chairs Corner archive Report to Contributors Update your contact information How to give Ways of giving overview Alumni and friends Corporations and foundations Faculty staff retirees Parents Students Annual support Endowments Gifts in kind Planned Giving Real estate gifts Securities Special programs Gates Volunteer Service Award Husky license plates Husky Promise Senior Class Gift Student Calling Program Student Philanthropy Education Program SPEP Giving levels Benefactors Henry Suzzallo Society Laureates President s

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/giving/green-wall/ (2014-06-24)
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  • UW Tacoma: Veterans Incubator for Better Entrepreneurship (VIBE) | UW Foundation
    at UW Tacoma Veterans Incubator for Better Entrepreneurship VIBE identifies military veterans with entrepreneurial talents and engages them in an early stage business development process while they earn a bachelor s or master s degree Thanks to the generosity of a family that s supported UW Tacoma and its students since the campus was founded VIBE will add an annual business plan competition to help veterans get one step closer to creating their own businesses The Dimmer family John 51 Marilyn 52 daughter Carolyn son John and his wife Diane as well as their family foundation have supported the UW Tacoma campus since it was founded This year the Dimmer Family Foundation has made a gift to establish an annual VIBE business plan competition VIBE will be one of the only veteran business incubators with such a competition helping students hone their plans and attract early stage funders The generosity of the Dimmers will help veterans make the transition into civilian life and will help cement UW Tacoma s role as a hot bed of entrepreneurialism in the South Sound region It s very unusual almost unheard of for a new incubator to be able to hit the ground running with a funded competition We re very fortunate that our community recognizes and supports what we re trying to do said VIBE director Phil Potter Back to the President s Club homepage Comments are closed Make a gift Browse Funds Featured Current Needs Foundation About FAQs For Foundation Board members For professional advisers Chairs Corner archive Report to Contributors Update your contact information How to give Ways of giving overview Alumni and friends Corporations and foundations Faculty staff retirees Parents Students Annual support Endowments Gifts in kind Planned Giving Real estate gifts Securities Special programs Gates Volunteer Service Award Husky

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/giving/vibe/ (2014-06-24)
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  • UW Bothell Founder’s Endowed Fellowship | UW Foundation
    UW Bothell Founder s Endowed Fellowship A President s Club story of impact Jeb Pavleas UW Bothell Founder s Endowed Fellowship recipient Twenty years ago Dick and Virginia Chappelle Maryel Duzan Max Gellert Rod Proctor and Lynn Ries came together with fellow community members and civic leaders to open the University of Washington Bothell Continuing their tradition of ground breaking support the group came together again to create the UW Bothell Founder s Endowed Fellowship This fellowship provides undergraduate students the opportunity to engage in independent research across disciplines allowing students to focus more attention and time to research In the two years since the program has been in place 13 students have benefited from the award Jeb Pavleas and Jack Chang were two students who received the Founder s Fellowship Jeb and Jack created a tool for interactive math education utilizing the Microsoft Kinect to teach students abstract math concepts using visualization and movement This technology is now being used in K 12 classrooms across Washington Delaware California Texas Colorado Florida and Washington DC The team and their program are receiving national and international recognition the duo took 4th place overall in the software design category in the Imagine Cup an international competition hosted by Microsoft Back to the President s Club homepage Comments are closed Make a gift Browse Funds Featured Current Needs Foundation About FAQs For Foundation Board members For professional advisers Chairs Corner archive Report to Contributors Update your contact information How to give Ways of giving overview Alumni and friends Corporations and foundations Faculty staff retirees Parents Students Annual support Endowments Gifts in kind Planned Giving Real estate gifts Securities Special programs Gates Volunteer Service Award Husky license plates Husky Promise Senior Class Gift Student Calling Program Student Philanthropy Education Program SPEP Giving levels Benefactors

    Original URL path: https://www.washington.edu/giving/bothell-founder/ (2014-06-24)
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