Ana Mari Cauce is the 33rd president of the University of Washington. A member of the UW faculty since 1986, she rose through the ranks while increasing her responsibilities through a number of leadership positions.
University Faculty Lecture: Sustaining food from the seas
Since 1976, the University Faculty Lecture has honored faculty whose research, scholarship or art have left a lasting mark on their profession and beyond. Professor Ray Hilborn joins a roster of Nobel laureates, historians, artists, scientists and authors who have given this lecture over its long history. This lecture is free and open to the public. A reception will follow in the Walker-Ames room in Kane Hall.
- When: April 11, 7–8 p.m.
- Where: Kane Hall, room 130
Annual President’s Address
President Cauce discussed the UW’s progress and opportunities as we work together to advance Washington and the world.
Watch the video of her address and the Q&A session:
Improving health around the world
President Ana Mari Cauce outlines the development of a 25-year vision to advance the health and well-being of people around the world.
Race and Equity Initiative
In April 2015, then-Interim President Ana Mari Cauce held a dialogue with students about equity, racism and difference.
- Watch the video of her speech
- Read the transcript of her remarks
- Learn more about the Race & Equity Initiative
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Executive assistant to the president
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