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  • Task Force on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response | Office of the President
    Force on Sexual Assault Prevention Charge Letter PDF The University of Washington is committed to showing national leadership in tackling the problem of sexual assault on college campuses A UW Task Force on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response has compiled 18 prioritized recommendations to address the issue and funding has been approved for the first set of steps There will be increased visibility for these efforts throughout the year This will be the year we collectively resolve to end the chronic and abhorrent problem of sexual assault on college campuses starting with the UW University of Washington President Michael K Young said Let us now join together to tackle the problem of sexual assault and show national leadership Task Force members Ellen Taylor Chair Assistant Vice President for Student Life and Director of Counseling Center Elizabeth Coveney Associate Vice President HR Administration and Information Systems Kelly Cue Davis Research Associate Professor School of Social Work David Eaton Vice Provost and Dean Graduate School Cedric Howard Vice Chancellor Student Services UW Tacoma Shelley Kostrinsky Assistant Vice Provost for Academic Personnel Amanda Paye Title IX Coordinator Office of Risk Management Stephanie Rempe Senior Associate Athletic Director Kimberly Schertz GPSS representative Pam Schreiber Director Housing and Food Services Cynthia Stappenbeck Assistant Professor Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Ed Taylor Vice Provost and Dean Undergraduate Academic Affairs George Theo Director of Student and Residential Life UW Bothell John Vinson Chief UW Police Department Rachel Weisbeck ASUW representative We thank the following members for their service on the Task Force in its first year Brian Fabien Robin Sacks and Naomi Sugar Contacts Ellen Taylor ebtaylor uw edu 206 543 1240 Chair Task Force on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Assistant Vice President for Student Life and Director of Counseling Center Susan Freccia sfreccia uw edu 206 616 8504 Project Manager Task Force on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Comments are closed President Biography of Michael K Young Invite the President President s Blog President Young on Facebook President s Office org chart Task Force on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response UW Accreditation UW Leadership Board of Regents Provost Vice Presidents Vice Provosts Deans and Chancellors Washington Futures President s Blog The UW s impact in Spokane 4 days ago Expanding health care in the Yakima Valley 5 days ago On the road with the 2014 Faculty Field Tour 7 days ago More Explore the UW Admissions Undergraduates Graduates UW Online Paying for college Husky Promise Financial aid estimator Continuing Education Summer quarter Academics Academic calendar Colleges Schools Departments Undergraduate learning Graduate School Course catalog Undergraduate majors Evening degree program English language programs Study abroad Graduation requirements Libraries Campus Life Husky Card Dining Student housing Student groups The HUB Husky sports IMA Diversity Hall Health Counseling Center University Book Store Computing support UW Police Holidays Leadership Board of Regents President s office Provost s office Vice presidents Vice provosts Deans and chancellors Futures Committee Government Relations Faculty Senate ASUW GPSS RHSA Portals Business Industry Diversity

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/president/task-force-on-sexual-assault-prevention-and-response/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Accreditation | Office of the President
    upcoming full scale comprehensive evaluation Special meetings The 10 member accreditation evaluation team chaired by UCLA Chancellor Gene Block has scheduled three sessions to hear from UW faculty staff and students Faculty Oct 7 3 30 4 30 p m HUB 337 Staff Oct 8 Noon 1 p m HUB 340 Students Oct 8 12 30 1 30 HUB 337 Report UW year seven self evaluation PDF By the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities NWCCU Regional accreditation is a process of recognizing educational institutions for performance integrity and quality that entitles them to the confidence of the educational community and the public In the United States this recognition is extended largely through non governmental voluntary membership associations that establish accreditation criteria evaluate institutions against those criteria and approve institutions that meet the criteria The dates of the on site comprehensive evaluation are Oct 7 9 2013 Comments from the public are invited to be sent to the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities NWCCU in regard to the accreditation of the University of Washington Comments are accepted only when they are signed with an original signature and are submitted in writing to the President of the Commission Comments will be forwarded as received to the institution evaluation committee and the Commission Comments to the Commission must be received no later than Sept 16 2013 Instructions to obtain a copy of Commission Public Notification and Third Party Comments Regarding Year Seven Evaluations can be found via links on the Commission s website www nwccu org or by contacting the Commission office at 425 558 4224 Comments regarding the University of Washington s accreditation should be sent directly to Dr Sandra Elman President Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities 8060 165th Avenue N E Suite 100 Redmond WA 98052 Comments are closed President Biography of Michael K Young Invite the President President s Blog President Young on Facebook President s Office org chart Task Force on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response UW Accreditation UW Leadership Board of Regents Provost Vice Presidents Vice Provosts Deans and Chancellors Washington Futures President s Blog The UW s impact in Spokane 4 days ago Expanding health care in the Yakima Valley 5 days ago On the road with the 2014 Faculty Field Tour 7 days ago More Explore the UW Admissions Undergraduates Graduates UW Online Paying for college Husky Promise Financial aid estimator Continuing Education Summer quarter Academics Academic calendar Colleges Schools Departments Undergraduate learning Graduate School Course catalog Undergraduate majors Evening degree program English language programs Study abroad Graduation requirements Libraries Campus Life Husky Card Dining Student housing Student groups The HUB Husky sports IMA Diversity Hall Health Counseling Center University Book Store Computing support UW Police Holidays Leadership Board of Regents President s office Provost s office Vice presidents Vice provosts Deans and chancellors Futures Committee Government Relations Faculty Senate ASUW GPSS RHSA Portals Business Industry Diversity Educational Excellence Global Affairs Research UW Foundation Visit the UW Planning a visit Things to do

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/president/accreditation/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Offices of the Vice Presidents | Leadership
    Kornberg mindyk uw edu 206 685 4730 Minority Affairs and Diversity Sheila Edwards Lange sredward uw edu 206 543 2441 Student Life Denzil Suite djsuite uw edu 206 543 4972 University Advancement Connie Kravas ckravas uw edu 206 543 8222 UW Information Technology Kelli Trosvig kelli uw edu 206 616 1172 UW Medicine Paul G Ramsey CEO UW Medicine Executive UW Vice President for Medical Affairs Dean of the School of Medicine pramsey uw edu 206 543 7718 Johnese Spisso Chief Health Systems Officer UW Medicine UW Vice President for Medical Affairs jmspisso uw edu 206 685 5020 Ruth Mahan Chief Business Officer UW Medicine UW Vice President for Medical Affairs rmahan uw edu 206 221 4747 Lori Mitchell CFO UW Medicine UW Vice President for Medical Affairs ljmitch uw edu 206 616 9886 Comments are closed Leadership Board of Regents Office of the President Office of the Provost Offices of the Vice Presidents Offices of the Vice Provosts Deans and Chancellors History of the UW Over the past 150 years the University of Washington and the people of Washington state have worked together to create one of the most livable innovative and vibrant areas of the nation Interactive Timeline Share Your Memories Explore the UW Admissions Undergraduates Graduates UW Online Paying for college Husky Promise Financial aid estimator Continuing Education Summer quarter Academics Academic calendar Colleges Schools Departments Undergraduate learning Graduate School Course catalog Undergraduate majors Evening degree program English language programs Study abroad Graduation requirements Libraries Campus Life Husky Card Dining Student housing Student groups The HUB Husky sports IMA Diversity Hall Health Counseling Center University Book Store Computing support UW Police Holidays Leadership Board of Regents President s office Provost s office Vice presidents Vice provosts Deans and chancellors Futures Committee Government Relations Faculty Senate ASUW GPSS

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/leadership/vice-presidents/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Offices of the Vice Provosts | Leadership
    206 543 1839 Assistant Carolyn Larson calarson uw edu 206 616 1427 Graduate School David L Eaton deaton uw edu 206 543 7468 Assistant Jerry Pangilinan jlpang uw edu 206 543 7468 Minority Affairs and Diversity Sheila Edwards Lange sredward uw edu 206 543 2441 Assistant Linda Jardine ljardine uw edu 206 543 6599 Planning and Budgeting Paul E Jenny pjenny uw edu 206 543 6277 Assistant Linda Eskenazi lindare uw edu 206 543 8840 Research Mary E Lidstrom lidstrom uw edu 206 685 7641 Assistant Jenny Le hient2 uw edu 206 897 1630 Strategic Initiatives Thomas A Baillie tbaillie uw edu 206 616 9254 Assistant interim Sarah Millar snmillar uw edu 206 543 5050 Undergraduate Academic Affairs Ed Taylor edtaylor uw edu 206 616 7175 Assistant Kathleen Laughman kml32 uw edu 206 616 1446 UW Center for Commercialization Linden Rhoads lrhoads uw edu 206 543 0905 Scheduler Elaine Tobin elainet9 uw edu 206 543 3970 206 543 0905 Digital Initiatives Lizabeth Betsy A Wilson betsyw uw edu 206 543 1763 Assistant Linda Ambre lambre uw edu 206 543 1763 Comments are closed Leadership Board of Regents Office of the President Office of the Provost Offices of the Vice Presidents Offices of the Vice Provosts Deans and Chancellors History of the UW Over the past 150 years the University of Washington and the people of Washington state have worked together to create one of the most livable innovative and vibrant areas of the nation Interactive Timeline Share Your Memories Explore the UW Admissions Undergraduates Graduates UW Online Paying for college Husky Promise Financial aid estimator Continuing Education Summer quarter Academics Academic calendar Colleges Schools Departments Undergraduate learning Graduate School Course catalog Undergraduate majors Evening degree program English language programs Study abroad Graduation requirements Libraries Campus Life Husky Card Dining Student

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/leadership/vice-provosts/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Deans and Chancellors | Leadership
    Dean Web graumlic uw edu 206 221 0908 Evans School of Public Affairs Sandra Archibald Dean Web sarch uw edu 206 616 1648 Foster School of Business James Jiambalvo Dean Web jjiambal uw edu 206 221 5749 Graduate School Dave Eaton Vice Provost and Dean deaton uw edu 206 543 7468 Information School Harry Bruce Dean Web harryb uw edu 206 616 1154 School of Law Kellye Testy Dean Web lawdean uw edu 206 543 2586 Libraries Lizabeth Wilson Dean Web betsyw uw edu 206 543 1760 School of Medicine Paul G Ramsey Dean Web pramsey uw edu 206 543 7718 School of Nursing Azita Emami Dean Web emamia uw edu 206 543 8736 School of Pharmacy Thomas Baillie Vice Provost and Dean Web tbaillie uw edu 206 543 5050 School of Public Health Howard Frumkin Dean Web frumkin uw edu 206 543 1144 School of Social Work Edwina Uehara Dean Web eddi uw edu 206 685 1660 Undergraduate Academic Affairs Ed Taylor Vice Provost and Dean Web edtaylor uw edu 206 616 7175 UW Bothell Bjong Wolf Yeigh Chancellor Web Yeigh uw edu 425 352 5221 UW Tacoma Chancellor 253 692 5645 Comments are closed Leadership Board of Regents Office of the President Office of the Provost Offices of the Vice Presidents Offices of the Vice Provosts Deans and Chancellors History of the UW Over the past 150 years the University of Washington and the people of Washington state have worked together to create one of the most livable innovative and vibrant areas of the nation Interactive Timeline Share Your Memories Explore the UW Admissions Undergraduates Graduates UW Online Paying for college Husky Promise Financial aid estimator Continuing Education Summer quarter Academics Academic calendar Colleges Schools Departments Undergraduate learning Graduate School Course catalog Undergraduate majors Evening degree program English

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/leadership/deans-and-chancellors/ (2014-06-24)
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  • UW a leader in sustainability | Office of the Provost
    million saved through utility conservation efforts With your help the UW has reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 8 from our 2005 levels despite an increase in campus size and population The 2013 2014 academic year has seen the finalization of the Mercer Court Apartments with the addition of another acre of growing space for the UW Farm the launch of 128 rooftop solar panels by UW Solar that will produce an estimated 34 470 kilowatt hours per year the College of the Environment winning the UW s first Green Laboratories Competition the inception of the Green Seed Fund which supplied grants to five innovative research proposals and contributes to the goal of reducing campus carbon emissions and the recognition of the UW Tower Data Center as one of 27 data centers in the country to receive a U S E P A ENERGY STAR Certification As we reflect on these and other milestones we are also looking forward to the challenges and creative solutions that await It is with gratitude that we thank Sandra Archibald Dean of the Evans School for her leadership in chairing the Environmental Stewardship Committee for the past eight years and welcome Lisa Graumlich Dean of the College of the Environment into her new role as chair Sustainability runs deep take a look at why 2013 2014 was also an outstanding year for sustainability at UW Bothell and UW Tacoma UW Bothell http www uwb edu sustainability Discovery Hall UW Bothell s newest building will house the STEM program and sets the bar high with a targeted LEED Gold certification A 550 000 grant from the Department of Commerce will be used to install nearly 500 rooftop solar panels The energy generated will provide free charging to electric vehicle drivers who pay for parking and reduce utility bills for campus garages Participation in the Shred it secure recycling program has helped to divert over 14 tons of paper from the landfill saving over 240 trees from destruction UW Tacoma http www tacoma uw edu about uw tacoma sustainability The first of the three UW campuses to offer a Sustainability Minor UW Tacoma students can engage in the interdisciplinary application of sustainability considering economic societal and environmental perspectives Student leadership and sustainable urban agriculture that gives back to the community are the name of the game at the Giving Garden that donated 318 lbs of food to Tacoma food banks The Prairie Line Trail UWT Station is set to be completed in September of 2014 and will combine smart stormwater management with inviting open spaces to bring together community on the restored Prairie Line Railroad Your continued support ensures a sustainable future for the University of Washington and challenges how we imagine business as usual on campus Learn about sustainability events Climate Action Plan goals and more at http green uw edu Ana Mari Cauce Provost and Executive Vice President Professor Psychology and American Ethnic Studies V Ella Warren Senior Vice President If you have any questions

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/provost/2014/06/05/uw-a-leader-in-sustainability/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Off to a good start in 2013 | Office of the Provost
    education Discovery remains at the heart of our university it s in our research labs and art studios in our exploration of new models for teaching and learning and in the transformative experiences of our students It was upon this foundation that President Young used our iconic columns as guideposts or themes to inform our work a commitment to be a university that values access and is experimental enterprising and global In talking about access President Young reinforced our commitment to creating and supporting a diverse student body in service to our students and their dreams to our state and its progress and to our world as we work with this next generation of innovators and scholars to shape the future Our commitment resides in Husky Promise our ground breaking program that allows low income students to attend the UW without worrying about tuition and also in our support of middle class students hit by both the fiscal crisis and tuition increases And it s about expanding access to students who are place or time bound via online courses and degree options Diversity remains a core value but in these changing times we need to broaden its scope and quicken our pace So too with experimentation and enterprise which reinforce the innovations and collaborations that have long been our hallmarks Our commitment to solving the world s most pressing and difficult problems remains as strong as ever it s why we re partnering with researchers all over the world to understand the changes in global patterns of disease it s why we re educating our students in the methodologies needed to undertake critical policy analysis it s what happens in our life science labs and our health care centers and it s why we founded a College of the Environment But today more than ever we bring an entrepreneurial spirit to our work to ensure our discoveries have impact in and on the world We bring together our life scientists with engineers to create medical devices to assist those with disabilities and we teach our artists computer science and our computer scientists design And we ensure that our business majors can learn about the cultures and languages of the countries they ll trade with The drive to solve the most difficult problems of our times educational social political scientific and artistic remains unchanged It s is in our DNA But we are doing it in new enterprises that drive us to partner across disciplines with our communities with our local businesses and with educators scientists governmental and non governmental entities throughout the world The melody is the same but we never stop trying new keys and tempos always with upbeat rhythms That s the call from President Young As he told our new students at convocation all of us must learn to cooperate and compete in a global world ALL UW students are international and the range and scope of our research scholarship teaching and partnerships span the globe I

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/provost/2013/11/07/off-to-a-good-start-in-2013/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Learning with Technology and Learning for Life | Office of the Provost
    projects including teaching with mobile devices developing a remotely accessible electrical engineering laboratory and exploring credentialed learning in systems such as MOOCs We also offered intensive hybrid and online course development institutes on all three campuses for faculty UW Tacoma iTech Fellows developed courses for a hybrid EdD and an online Criminal Justice degree among others Faculty who participated in the 2013 UW Bothell Hybrid Course Development Institute experienced learning in a hybrid environment as they developed their own hybrid and online courses Thanks to a generous private donation a new Technology Teaching Fellows Institute in Seattle provided support to more than 30 faculty during Summer 2013 and will be offered again in Summer 2014 Faculty response was overwhelmingly positive The institute was great I couldn t have redesigned my course without this said Betsy Evans Assistant Professor of Linguistics at UW Seattle Snapshot Teaching with Technology Fellows Explore New Ways to Present Class Content Rawi Nankul UW IT Graduate Student Assistant center works with UW Seattle faculty members Louisa Mackenzie Associate Professor of French and Italian Studies right and Ben Marwick Assistant Professor of Anthropology left during the 2013 TTF Institute held in the new active learning classrooms in Odegaard Undergraduate Library In developing these reports and increasing efforts to support faculty we were pleased but not surprised to find so many innovative educators and creative ideas and gratified by the opportunity to raise awareness of their efforts It is our sincere hope that highlighting this topic providing ideas and support for those beginning to experiment and connecting educators to peers and resources will help advance this work at the UW and further develop a community in which innovative ideas don t stay with one person but spark collegial sharing and experimentation Our commitment to this conversation and to community driven effort continues as we enter this next academic year The CTL and UW IT are continuing to develop events and resources for faculty These include the development of a Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education for graduate students groundwork to support implementation of the Diversity Requirement efforts to encourage creative use of the new active learning classrooms in Odegaard Undergraduate Library and in partnership with the Graduate School a tri campus FPLC on active learning and flipping courses We are excited to see where our faculty staff and students will take us What s next A UW education is a major and more This year we are inspired to tackle a broader topic in response to national debates centering on the value of a campus based college education issues such as whether college prepares graduates for the real world the value of the liberal arts concerns over a crisis of democratic and civic society and uncertainty around our nation s and region s continued economic and intellectual competitiveness Many in the UW community are asking how the UW can educate the whole student and prepare graduates even better to contribute meaningfully to a changing world in their professional

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/provost/2013/10/01/learning-with-technology-and-learning-for-life/ (2014-06-24)
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