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Mission

The Pacific Northwest National Resource Center's mission is to increase the number of scholars, educators and professionals knowledgeable about Canada in the Pacific Northwest and across the nation.

Core Services Offered

The Center offers a major, minor and International Studies Track in Canadian Studies; an Associated Students program for undergraduates; Foreign Language and Area Studies fellowships and a Professional Development Program for graduate students; an Affiliated Faculty program; and a K-12 Teacher Associate program. The Center also offers public programming to increase knowledge and understanding of Canada, the Canada-US relationship and Canada's role in the worldhttp://jsis.washington.edu/canada/courses/

Funding Information:

US Department of Education, Title VI grant 2010-2014.
Government of Canada.
Program Enhancement Grant 2010-2011.

Reporting Structure:

Reşat Kasaba, Director, Jackson School of International Studies

Related UW Entities:

College of Arts & Sciences, Department of American Ethnic Studies, Department of American Indian Studies, Department of Anthropology, School of Art, Department of Art History, Department of Communication, Department of Economics, Department of French and Italian Studies, Department of Geography, Department of History, Jackson School of International Studies, College Of Built Environments, Michael G. Foster School of Business, College of Education, College of Engineering, College of the Environment, Daniel J, Evans School of Public Affairs, School of Public Health, School of Social Work, UW Bothell, UW Tacoma

Center Details

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Director: Hart, Daniel
Location: Thomson Hall, Room 503
Year Started: 1986
Administrator / Program Manager: Fabbi, Nadine
Administering College/School: College of Arts & Sciences 
P.I. Home Department: Jackson School of International Studies, American Indian Studies 
Faculty Involvement: 60-70