September 11, 2016
I must admit that I have not been keeping up with blogging lately because although life in Seattle is fast, life in Australia has been incredibly jam packed in the best way possible!
August 31, 2016
Charles Z. Smith, ’55, the first person of color to serve as a justice on the Washington State Supreme Court and a former professor and associate dean at the UW School of Law, passed away on Aug. 28, at the age of 89.
August 29, 2016
Robert “Bob” Santos, a longtime local civil rights activist and friend of OMA&D, passed away on Aug. 27, at the age of 82.
August 28, 2016
UW student Kevin Soukiazian is currently in Brisbane, Australia with an OMA&D-affiliated exploration seminar. During the group’s time “down under,” Kevin will be sharing regular blog updates starting with his first entry.
August 26, 2016
UW student Viviana Castillo is currently in Brisbane, Australia with the OMA&D-affiliated exploration seminar studying how autonomous robotic systems can be used for biological monitoring purposes.
UW student Natasha Aurora Van Damme is currently in Brisbane, Australia with the OMA&D-affiliated exploration seminar studying how autonomous robotic systems can be used for biological monitoring purposes.
August 1, 2016
I look forward to working with all of you – students, faculty, staff, senior leaders, alumni and external communities – to build on the strong foundation that is already in place.
After being appointed to the position by President Ana Mari Cauce and Provost Jerry Baldasty in May, Rickey Hall begins his tenure as the eighth vice president for the UW Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity (OMA&D) today.
July 28, 2016
OMA&D staff and other campus colleagues gathered at the UW Club on July 26 to thank Dr. Gabriel Gallardo for his service as the interim vice president for minority affairs and vice provost for diversity since last August.
July 12, 2016
UW President Ana Mari Cauce and Provost Jerry Baldasty shared their thoughts on recent tragic events and urged the UW community to “stand together for justice.”
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