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Viewpoint is now available in an interactive digital magazine—you can view, print, share and more! Start browsing or read how it works.
Viewpoint is a publication in partnership with the diversity community of the University of Washington and the UW Alumni Association.
Published twice a year, Viewpoint tells stories and profiles UW students, faculty and alumni who are making a difference.
Spring 2013Lead Dawgs
Thanks to their UW education, Huskies from underrepresented backgrounds are making their mark as leaders in a variety of fields--and blazing trails for alumni of color.
Fall 2012Science Project
Getting students of color to blossom in STEM fields.
Spring 2012We Mean Business
Alumni of color like Kingfish Cafe owners Lauren and Leslie Coaston are making their mark in the business world, thanks to their UW education.
Fall 2011A World of Learning
Studying abroad gives students a chance to broaden their horizons and become the creative thinkers our world needs. The UW is working to give students of color the chance to see how travel can enrich their lives.
Spring 2011Caring in Action
Inspired by Roberto Maestas, Tsuguo Ikeda and others, alumni of color like Gregory Alex created and run social service agencies taht serve Seattle's less fortunate.
Also in this issue: Jay Maebori, Diankha Linear and a historic day for UW and Northwest Tribes.
Fall 2010Celebrating GO-MAP's 40th Anniverary
Over the past four decades, the UW's graduate opportunities and minority achievement program helped pave the way to success for thousands of graduate students like Tracy Hilliard.
Also in this issue: Shaquita Bell, Ray Acevedo and a spotlight on Kim Hunter's big anniversary.
Spring 2010New Faces, New Ideas, New Success
The UW's commitment to bring in—and retaining—young faculty of color is paying dividends.
Also in this issue: Phyllis Byrdwell, Herb Tsuchiya and a spotlight on Native American knowledge.
Fall 2009Famliar Faces Transform a Familiar Space
Former ECC students lead the project to rebuild the Ethnic Cultural Center.
Also in this issue: Bob Charlo, Donna Lou and a spotlight on The Tavon Center.
Spring 200940 to Watch
Honoring 40 emerging leaders who are making a difference.
Also in this issue: The Martinez Foundation and the Shrine of Remembrance.
Fall 2008Focus On: Native American Issues
UW's house of knowledge to becomea a reality.
Also in this issue: Chief Leschi School's revival and bioenergy's big picture.
Spring 2008Focus On: Celebrating 40 Years of Diversity
1968 protestes spur UW to become a leader in diversity.
Also in this issue: Erasmo Gamboa's path to success and the UW mentor program.
Fall 2007Focus On: Eastern Washington
GEAR UP: Giving students a way up.
Also in this issue: Minority youth in dentistry and an alternative spring break.
Spring 2007Focus On: Sexual Orientation
The light of hope: the story of Leoulie Goshu.
Also in this issue: The Q Center and music in schools.
.PDF Issue Archive
View or download .pdf version of each issue of Viewpoints. This is also the best way to read Viewpoints on a mobile device. Please note—file size is large for each issue, it may take a few minutes to load on slower connections.
Questions or comments?
You can contact the Viewpoints editorial team by writing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information About Viewpoints Online
The UW Alumni Association is proud to announce that Viewpoints is now available as an interactive digital magazine. It's prsented using the Issuu viewer so you can browse through it just as you would the printed version. You can zoom in, print pages or share articles by e-mail.
Viewing the issue
When you click on an issue of Viewpoints, a new browser window will open and you'll see the magazine cover. As you scroll over, arrows on the left and right side of the magazine allow you to turn the pages. At the top of the screen is the toolbar:
The "index" button will show all pages so you can jump to a particular page. When you click on "Fullscreen" the magazine will expand to fill your monitor. This is the best way to read the magazine. When you're done, click on the "X" or press Escape on your keyboard to exit. You can also use the toolbar to "share" with a friend, "search" for a word or phrase or "print" one or more pages.
Zooming and reading pages
By default, when you click on any page the viewer will zoom in. Click again and it will zoom back out. Once you're zoomed in, you should see the page viewer toolbar at the top of the screen:
The slider on the left allows you to zoom in and out farther. Clicking on the circular "view" icon in the center allows you to toggle between "read" (which zooms in and out) and "drag" (which moves around the page).
Downloading and printing the entire issue
The interactive version of Viewpoints allows you to print one or two pages at a time (look for the print button at the top). At this time, you can't print an entire issue. If you'd like to download or print the entire issue, see the .pdf versions of each issue. You'll need a .pdf viewer such as Adobe Acrobat to view and print.
Viewing on iPhone/iPad
Viewpoints online uses Flash technology, which isn't compatible with Apple's mobile products at this time. As an alternative you can view .pdf versions of each issue.
If you have questions about UWAA's interactive publications or other feedback, please contact us.