Office of the President

September 28, 2015

Welcome back, Huskies!

Ana Mari Cauce

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff, Whether you’re a newcomer to the UW or, like me, a long-time member of the community, I hope you feel the excitement of the start of school. It is a great time for our city and our region! Annual President’s Address Join us to hear about topics of interest to…

June 30, 2015

Statement concerning the approved two-year state budget

Ana Mari Cauce

On behalf of University of Washington students, faculty, staff and alumni, I want to express my thanks and appreciation to our elected officials for making investments in higher education a true state budget priority during the 2015 legislative session. While the previous budget began to reverse the long-term trend of shifting the burden of paying…

June 12, 2015

Congratulations to this year’s graduates!

Ana Mari Cauce

This year, close to 16,000 degrees will be awarded to graduates from the University of Washington in Seattle, UW Bothell and UW Tacoma. And this week, thousands will turn their tassels and change the world for the better. Earning a college degree is an outstanding achievement for every student, and, in particular, for those who…

May 18, 2015

Forging the UW’s future in Spokane

Ana Mari Cauce

The University of Washington’s vision to expand medical education in Spokane has been buoyed this month by stellar hires, resolute community support, a promising partnership with Gonzaga University and construction on the new UW Spokane Center in the heart of the city. New faculty and a new curriculum Preparing our UW Spokane faculty for our…

May 8, 2015

Honoring our longstanding partnership with Boeing

Ana Mari Cauce

On Monday we had the privilege, along with our supporters and collaborators from The Boeing Company, to celebrate UW student recipients of Boeing scholarships, and to express our immense gratitude for The Boeing Company and its generous, longstanding support of our students, faculty and programs. For nearly 100 years, our collaboration with Boeing has had…

May 5, 2015

Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act

Ana Mari Cauce

Twenty-five years ago, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law, establishing a legal mandate to end discrimination against people with disabilities. The ADA has been instrumental in advancing civil and human rights across the nation. The University of Washington is committed to doing all we can to increase access and opportunity for…

April 28, 2015

Compassion and action for Nepal

Ana Mari Cauce

The devastating earthquake in Nepal on Saturday and its unyielding aftershocks are tragic and catastrophic. Our hearts go out to the millions of people affected, including the UW’s Nepalese Student Association and our community members who have family and friends in the region. Over the years, countless UW faculty, students and alumni have studied Nepal’s cultural and…

April 17, 2015

We the People: Diversity, Equity and Difference at the UW

Office of the President

Interim President Ana Mari Cauce announced a wide-ranging initiative to combat racism and inequity during a campus dialogue with students. Cauce spoke from the heart about racism and what she thinks all of us, herself included, can do to combat it. Read the transcript of her remarks

April 9, 2015

Medical Education in Washington: Do No Harm

Office of the President

Congratulations to Washington State University on the official signing of legislation to seek accreditation for an independent medical school. As they begin the process of seeking accreditation, we at the University of Washington offer our appreciation for more than 40 years of medical education partnership with our colleagues in Pullman and Spokane. With the passage…

April 7, 2015

National Institutions Coming Out Day

Office of the President

The University of Washington is driven by our public promise — a promise to our state and the next generation to do all that we can to make the world a better place. At the core of that promise is our deep commitment to access, equal opportunity and social justice. We are proud to be…

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