Sen. McAuliffe at UW Bothell’s groundbreaking
It’s time to celebrate when dreams become realities, when leaders in education, the community and the State of Washington work together on behalf of our students.
As a result of the tireless effort of faculty, staff, students, administrators, the City of Bothell, my fellow seatmates and I, this session $62.8 million was designate to the University of Washington Bothell’s shovel ready science building.
This amazing new facility will serve as an academic hub for science, technology, engineering and math programs. STEM programs 'open the window of how the world works’ for students and prepares them for careers of today and tomorrow.
STEM programs inspire creativity and innovation, enabling students to contribute to our economic and social future.
We should all be so proud of what has been accomplished on the UWB and Cascadia Community College campus. UWB started with 85 students in 1991. Today, they serve over 3,000 students from the greater Puget Sound region and King and Snohomish Counties.
This new science building will enhance STEM class access for students now and into the future.