November 14, 2014
Congratulations on making it through your first quarter! This coming winter quarter, there are a number of interesting Collegium Seminars for you to choose. Class topics range from drugs, social relationships, art and mathematics, environmental law, robots, and more. You could even take a class about leadership with University of Washington Provost Ana Mari Cauce!…
November 4, 2014
Undergraduate Academic Affairs is seeking a graduate student assistant communications specialist who is a great writer and storyteller, savvy communicator and deadline-driven professional to be a communications specialist and help tell the story of the undergraduate academic experience. The communications specialist will work to elevate the profile of the undergraduate academic experience, increase awareness about…
November 4, 2014
Undergraduate Academic Affairs is looking for a UW undergraduate student to be our digital media producer and help tell some stories of the amazing things that undergraduate students are doing. Are you a digital storyteller? Do you want to share stories of the undergraduate academic experience? Then we hope you take a look at the…
Programs & Initiatives
In the Headlines
Grad digs her Dawg Daze gig at the UW
Everett Herald | 9/24/14
Busy midsummer week for UW undergraduate researchers
UW Today | 8/21/14
Recent grad seeks for serve needs of Tri-Cities
Tri-City Herald | 6/26/14
Undergraduate Academic Affairs
Undergraduate Academic Affairs orients University of Washington undergraduates, engages them deeply in the University, creates a rich and multi-layered learning environment, and connects students to campus, our community, and our world.
Events & Announcements
Husky Leadership Initiative series of storytelling and conversation with inspiring leaders.
11/12/14 | 3:30 p.m.
HUB Fireplace Lounge
The Dream Project hosts its annual event to help high school students with their college applications.
11/15-16/14 | 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Mary Gates Hall
Produced by The Seattle Times in partnership with the Dream Project, this event features current college students and recent graduates talking about the obstacles they overcame to get into college.
11/15/14 | 6 p.m.
Mary Gates Hall 389
Free, advance registration required