October 26, 2012

28th Legislative District

By University of Washington

Fast Facts

  • 752: UW students from the district, Fall Quarter 2012
  • 3,742: UW alumni living in the district
  • 251: UW employees living in the district
  • 205: Husky Promise students in 2012-2013
  • $522,628: UW district business contracts
  • 430: U-Pass commuters


Rep. Steve O'Ban, R-28

State Senator Steve O’Ban (R)

Rep. Dick Muri, R-28

Rep. Position 1 Dick Muri (R)

Rep. Position 2 Tami Green (D)

Rep. Position 2 Tami Green (D)

Young Executives of Color Program

Students of color from Puget Sound-area high schools come to the UW the first Saturday of every month for business exploration workshops.

  • Clover Park High School

Mathematics Education Project (MEP)

This program partners with local schools to transform mathematics teaching and learning so all students develop a robust understanding of mathematical concepts.

  • Bethel School District

Math Academy

The academy, an intensive, four-week summer program at the UW in Seattle, is for high-achieving high school juniors from across the state who are interested in pursuing engineering and computer science-related disciplines.

  • Clover Park High School

Emerging Leaders in Engineering

This program recruits talented high school students and enhances the university experience of engineering majors, with scholarships and leadership-building and educational opportunities.

  • Charles Wright Academy
  • Curtis Senior High School
  • Lakes High School

Puget Sound Writing Project for Teachers

The program, part of the UW English Department, welcomes K-16 teachers who want to deepen their knowledge about the teaching of writing. Teachers in the program have the opportunity to practice their own writing, investigate an educational topic of their choice related to writing, share their teaching strategies and learn efficient strategies from other teachers.

  • Bethel School District
  • Clover Park School District
  • Tacoma School District

Pacific Northwest Seismic Network

The Pacific Northwest Seismic Network operates seismograph stations and locates earthquakes in Washington and Oregon and is centered at the UW’s Department of Earth and Space Sciences.