Undergraduate Academic Affairs

Undergraduate Academic Affairs

The undergraduate difference

Check out UAA's spring e-newsletter featuring undergraduates making a difference every day.

Undergrad sees change in the palm of her hand

Levinson Scholar Krittika D’Silva combines computer science with bioengineering in a series of transformative research experiences.

A passion for East Asian diplomacy

Through research or a future career in diplomacy, Benjamin Lee hopes to play a part in finding peace in East Asia.

Congratulations, Varsha Govindaraju!

Say "hello" to UW's newest Luce Scholar — and this year's youngest!


  • Snapshot from Beyond the Selfie

    May 20, 2015

    Audrey Lawrence

    The Husky Union Building (HUB) during the 2015 Beyond the Selfie: Spring Celebration of Service and Leadership was full of energized students and a breadth of interpretations of service and leadership. The annual event showcases nearly 200 UW undergraduates in poster sessions and oral breakout sessions who develop their leadership skills while committing their time, skills and hard work in service to…


  • Message from Vice Provost and Dean Ed Taylor

    May 13, 2015

    Ed Taylor

    UW undergraduates are driven to discover ways to make our big, complex world a better place. As they prepare to graduate, this rite of passage for them inspires hope in us.


  • Undergrad sees change in the palm of her hand

    May 13, 2015

    Audrey Lawrence

    Fueled by a series of transformative research experiences, Levinson Scholar Krittika D’Silva combines computer science with bioengineering to explore questions that will benefit low-resource settings in health care.

Programs & Initiatives


In the Headlines

UW-led network seeks to reframe poverty locally and globally
UW Today | 5/20/15

Colleges strive to meet demand for a more hands-on education
The Chronicle of Higher Education | 5/15/15

'Telling Our Stories' in Neah Bay
The Daily | 3/11/15

The best bang for your tuition buck? University of Washington
Puget Sound Business Journal | 3/5/15