October 1, 2015
Dr. Gabriel Gallardo was appointed as the interim leader of OMA&D following Dr. Sheila Edwards Lange’s departure this summer. Get to know a little more about him and his priorities for the coming academic year.
September 25, 2015
The Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity (OMA&D) introduced new students and their families to the UW at its annual orientation event, Welcome Daze, on Sept. 25, at the Husky Union Building.
September 23, 2015
The staff at small, remote Wahkiakum High School in southwest Washington is transforming its college-going culture and sharing its best practices thanks to the GEAR UP Educator Development Initiative.
University of Washington senior Taylor Boyd joined a prestigious group when she received a United Negro College Fund/Merck Undergraduate Science Research Scholarship for the 2015-16 academic year.
The Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity encourages all students and staff who walk through its doors to follow their passions and pursue their dreams.
September 20, 2015
Retired OMA&D Associate Vice President Emile Pitre, also known as the “Campus Walker,” has been photographing beautiful images of campus throughout the last several years. His latest gallery highlights one of his favorite subjects: hummingbirds.
September 9, 2015
As the 2015 fall quarter commences, OMA&D is pleased to recognize the latest group of faculty engaged in diversity-related research, teaching or service who are new to the UW.
September 2, 2015
Patricia Loera, a University of Washington alumna and longtime advocate for educational opportunity, will join the UW Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity as associate vice president for college access, effective Sept. 8.
August 20, 2015
Chadwick Allen, a specialist in Native American and global Indigenous studies, joined the University of Washington as associate vice provost for faculty advancement on Aug. 17.
August 5, 2015
On August 3, the Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity bid farewell to its longtime leader, Dr. Sheila Edwards Lange, ’00,’06, who after a nine-year tenure as vice president and vice provost, moved on to serve as interim president at Seattle Central College.
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