Office of the President
Jean Enersen’s hourlong Northwest Newsmakers program on King 5 TV this Wednesday, Dec. 14, will feature an interview with President Michael Young. The special airs at 8 p.m. If you miss the show, it will be replayed later. In addition, video of Enersen’s interviews will be posted on King5.com.
We invite you to enjoy our year-end video, which celebrates 150 years of innovation and creativity and demonstrates our spirit of hope for the future.
Members of the University Community: I am pleased to announce my decision to appoint Ana Mari Cauce, dean of our College of Arts & Sciences, to be the next provost of the University of Washington, effective January 2. As I described in my message a few weeks ago, Dean Cauce is an accomplished scholar, a
Dear Members of the University Community: Today, the governor released her 2012 supplemental budget proposal to address an additional $2 billion shortfall for the current state biennial budget. As we expected, the proposed budget represents difficult choices for our state and real impacts to Washington’s citizens. The budget proposal includes an additional 17% budget reduction
Dear Faculty, Staff, and Students: It is with great pleasure that I write to you today to identify Dr. Ana Mari Cauce as my preferred candidate for University Provost. As a long-time member of the UW faculty and as Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, Ana Mari is, of course, well known to
Elected leaders in King County on Monday recognized the UW’s 150th anniversary and presented a special proclamation to UW President Michael Young. County Council Chairman Larry Gossett noted that he and six of his council colleagues are graduates of the University of Washington, which is recognized as one of the top research and training institutions
Statement from UW President Michael K. Young regarding the governor’s proposed supplemental budget reductions
As anticipated, the budget cuts released by the governor today have grave implications for the state of Washington and its citizens. The “Great Recession” continues to erode state revenues, and the consequences are being felt in every corner of the state. At a time when the need for a more educated citizenry is the best
The following statement is from University of Washington President Michael K. Young: “We are all in shock at the news of Scott’s death. It is just devastating. Our hearts and deep sympathies go out to Alison and their children. Scott was a bright light in Olympia, a skilled legislator and dedicated public servant who always« Previous Page Next Page »