Office of Global Affairs
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Tested and incubated at the UW, this simple invention can do a world of good by allowing people off the electrical grid to charge their cell phones
The 2016 Open Doors Report names the UW a leader in global student engagement
A transformative gift from the Gates Foundation will advance UW efforts to improve human health worldwide
Eric Stowe, '01 and '03, and his non-profit, Splash, are bringing clean water used by restaurants and hotels to schools and orphanages. They provide safe water to hundreds of thousands of children living in urban poverty in Asia and Africa.
January 12, 2017
Alaska Airlines began the first regular commercial service from the West Coast to Cuba last weekend. President Ana Mari Cauce was part of the delegation that flew to Havana, her birthplace. Read her reflections from the trip...
January 3, 2017
Smithsonian Magazine profiled the work of passionate UW researcher and conservation advocate Samuel Wasser. He is using wild animal dung to trace and end poaching around the world. Read the full article...
December 20, 2016
As 2016 comes to a close, Bill Gates is honoring gifted leaders - including UW President Ana Mari Cauce - who work tirelessly to change the world. Read more...
December 14, 2016
The American Indian studies department has created a new study abroad program titled “Tribal Canoe Journey Field Study”, which will give students the opportunity to observe and participate in the annual canoe journeys undertaken by upwards of 6,000 various indigenous peoples of the Salish Sea (Puget Sound) and beyond each year. Read more from The…
December 5, 2016
The Global Innovation Exchange will offer students an education - and a chance to start a company. That's why IP options offered by GIX will include open, shared, or student ownership. Read more from Xconomy...