Regional & Community Relations

March 31, 2015

UWTV’s Inside Look: Veterans Affairs

In light of the recent report released by the Office of External Affairs, Assessing Veterans Services and Programs, check out this recent segment on UWTV which takes a closer look at the challenges that veterans face when they transition from active duty service to civilian life. The video features several guests including Jason Smith, former Assistant

March 25, 2015

Video now available for the “Find It, Fix It” walk with Mayor Murray

In February, Mayor Murray hosted his first “Find It, Fix It” walk right here in the University District. About 100 people came out to walk around the University District with the Mayor and his aides to talk about safety, homelessness, youth services, partnerships, infrastructure concerns, and other matters specific to the neighborhood. UWTV has compiled a video

March 24, 2015

Report Assessing UW Services and Programs for Veterans Released

The UW Office of External Relations recently released a report which assesses the services and programs available to our veteran and active duty military personnel across all three UW campuses.  The report includes how the UW supports, and could better support, our students who are veterans or active duty. To read or print this report, please click

March 23, 2015

Paws for a Cause 5K on UW Campus

The Husky Running Club will be hosting an on-campus 5K run and walk for UW students and community members coming up on April 11.  Proceeds from the event will benefit UW Relay for Life which raises money to fight cancer and provide support programs for cancer patients and survivors. To register or find out more about

March 20, 2015

Upcoming City of Seattle Community Emergency Hub meetings

The City if Seattle’s Emergency Management Department created Community Emergency Hubs to help neighbors prepare for potential major emergencies or natural disasters.  These groups of people work together to prepare to share information and resources in the event of a wide-spread emergency situation.  There are over 50 Hubs organized across the city, and to learn more

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