When you receive a scholarship, it says somebody believes in you and wants to invest in you. In one part it’s about validation, but it’s also about opportunities you may not have otherwise.
HELPING THE BODY
Heal, Feel and Move Again
From the Ability & Innovation Lab to the Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering, the College of Engineering is innovating novel devices to help people of all abilities live out their dreams.
Be a world of good
Bioengineers without Borders seeks to provide affordable, portable anesthesia delivery devices to developing countries.
Engineering Lecture Series
City Smarts: Engineering Resilient Communities
Three lectures examine new research and emerging technologies
Supporting the Student Experience
Your wait time for an Uber ride in Seattle is shorter if you are in a lower income neighborhood.
IV drip technology developed by Shift Labs, founded by Beth Kolko, won a 2016 “Best of What’s New” Award.
A panel on your living room wall could remotely charge any device within its line of sight.
Computer Science & Engineering assistant professor Thomas Rothvoss has been award the prestigious Packard Foundation...
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