Civil rights activist and former presidential candidate Rev. Jesse Jackson visited the University of Washington to speak about the importance of diversity in the technology industry during a special event at Kane Hall, Dec. 2.
Richard Larkins’ roots are in Seattle, Washington. His career path as a tax lawyer, however, has taken him to the “other” Washington – D.C. to be exact. Larkins recently took time to reflect on his Husky Experience, his professional journey and what inspires him to give back.
OMA&D’s Campus Walker and resident photographer Emile Pitre recently retired from the UW after over three decades of service. He will continue to contribute to this photo gallery series, but to honor his retirement we feature some of his most memorable shots since the series began in 2011.
When the 2014 UW Homecoming Court was announced on W Day, Oct. 24, OMA&D saw some familiar faces.
The director of OMA&D’s Upward Bound program was recently featured in the Northwest Asian Weekly and will be honored by the newspaper as a top contributor to the Asian community at a special event, Dec. 5.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson, civil rights activist and former presidential candidate, will visit the University of Washington to discuss the importance of diversity in the technology industry at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 2, in Kane Hall (Room 130).
Former users of the OMA&D Instructional Center (IC), as well as current and former staff members, came together to reminisce during a special alumni reunion mixer held at the Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center, Oct. 23. The reunion was the first of its kind for alumni and friends that have either been associated with… Read More
Sophomore Gizelle Gando, junior Awet Alazar, senior Yuriana Garcia Tellez and sophomore Ying Dang comprise the UW team that will code and present a live demonstration of a mobile application for Windows Mobile.
The UW Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity (OMA&D) mourns the loss of GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness & Readiness for Undergraduate Programs) Assistant Director Andy Pascua, who passed away on Wed., Nov. 5.
The Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center (ECC) hosts a series of annual community luncheons to welcome incoming freshmen and transfer students to the UW and celebrate their acceptance into the university.