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 Leadership Gifts from Paul G. Allen, Bill & Melinda Gates, and Microsoft Corporation
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The Paul G. Allen Center for Computer Science & Engineering

Leadership gifts to the Campaign for CSE were made by Microsoft Corporation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Microsoft co-founder Paul G. Allen. In each case, the commitment was driven by a deep appreciation of the role of UW Computer Science & Engineering in the past, present, and future of our region.

More than one hundred friends and alumni have joined them, working together to ensure that UW Computer Science & Engineering has the tools to remain competitive and continue to serve as an engine of innovation and opportunity for years to come.

You can join this partnership! Gifts at all levels are essential to a successful campaign! Interested in further information? Email Ed Lazowska (lazowska at cs.washington.edu) or Anne Fitzmaurice Adams (anne at engr.washington.edu). The current status of the Campaign for CSE may be found here.

Bill Gates and Paul Allen at UW President Dick McCormick's home, February 19, 2002

Paul Allen and Bill Gates "got a big part of our start in computer science through the University of Washington" in the late 1960s and early 1970s, when they were students at Seattle's Lakeside School.

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