Several UW biology students are showing their appreciation of receiving tutorial services by becoming tutors themselves.
The Samuel E. Kelly Scholars Center is following the reputation of the man it is named after. Named in honor of the UW’s first vice president for minority affairs who is considered by many to be a legend and a powerful leader in Seattle’s African American community, the center has paid the SAT registration fees for 15 students and driven students to test centers on two occasions.
A pilot project headed by the University of Washington is attempting to increase the population of Native American students in higher education by exposing them to a possible career alternative, the legal profession.
A new, provocative documentary that deals with race relations on contemporary college campuses will be shown at the University of Washington on Thursday, Oct. 10.