Office of Global Affairs
Jobs, internships, and study abroad have given Human Centered Design & Engineering major Amy Wang "professional practice, global perspective, and a better sense of universal design."
President Cauce invites the UW community and our partners to join in developing a 25-year vision to advance human health and well-being.
For the second year in a row, the University of Washington produced the most Peace Corps volunteers with 72 Huskies currently serving around the world.
Eric Stowe, '01 and '03, and his non-profit, Splash, are bringing clean water used by restaurants and hotels to schools and orphanages. They provide safe water to hundreds of thousands of children living in urban poverty in Asia and Africa.
July 21, 2016
40 UW students engaged in a case simulation this summer, working to defuse the developing crisis in the South China Sea. Thanks to a partnership between the Jackson School of International Studies Master of Arts in Applied International Studies (MAAIS) and the U.S. Army War College, students from the Jackson School, Foster School of Business, School…
July 20, 2016
Growing up in Gambia with childhood injuries and persistent medical problems, Ismail Jatta cultivated patience that has served him well as a caregiver. Having recently completed physician assistant training at MEDEX Northwest, he reflects on his unique path. Read more from MEDEX Magazine...
July 18, 2016
This fall, 10 Pell Grant-eligible UW undergraduates will study abroad with the support of the Gilman Scholarship program. Many more students with financial need will receive support from Global Opportunities scholarships and other UW awards.
July 11, 2016
In light of recent devastating acts of violence in the U.S. and around the world, UW President Ana Mari Cauce and UW Provost Jerry Baldasty write, "The essence of our mission as a public university is to educate, shape and prepare generations of students not simply to exist in our world, but to create change for…
July 8, 2016
The University of Washington is expanding its portfolio of startup incubation spaces and inviting in companies even if they don’t yet have an explicit connection to the university. The new strategy is part of a broader rethinking of how the UW, consistently ranked in the upper echelons of research universities around the world, attempts to transfer…