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Private Support Makes Amazing Things Possible

At the College of Engineering our extraordinary students reach for the stars, thanks to scholarship support.

Gifts of any size can give students the opportunity to do life-changing research and have the best educational experience at a top-ranked university.

Two UW engineering students discuss their research experiences and the impact donors make on their education.


Learn more about some of our incredible scholars

Button to play video with image of Suzie Pun, Robert J Rushmer Associate Professor of Bioengineering. Pun Develops new materials for biomedical applications. Private support makes her work possible.

Why I Give

The College of Engineering community isn’t just made of students and faculty. It’s also made of friends of the College who want to support innovation happening in our classrooms and labs. It’s alumni who believe the education they received made a difference in their lives. It’s family who want to remember the legacy of a parent or mentor.

Learn more about the alumni and friends that have made a difference with support to the College of Engineering.

  • Matt Shobe (MS TC ’96) – Shobe Prize
  • Hira Fotedar (MS MSE ’68, PhD MSE ’71) – Tom Stoebe Endowed Fellowship Fund