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  • Educational Talent Search | Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
    took ETS students on field trips to different post secondary institutions across Washington Students had the opportunity to attend admissions presentations tour campus dine in dorm cafeterias and question current university students to learn more about college life and experience View Event Galleries Meet the ETS Team The ETS staff assists in providing mainstream educational opportunities to students in participating schools from income eligible backgrounds and or potential first generation students to complete secondary education and enroll in post secondary institutions ETS Staff Contact Us Share this Facebook Twitter Reddit Email Print Comments are closed Educational Talent Search Mission About Us Services eNewsletters Pre College Resources Event Gallery Student Features Staff Contact Features Contact Information UW Campus Location 1410 NE Campus Pkwy Box 355845 Seattle WA 98195 Phone 206 616 1948 Fax 206 543 2746 Email talent uw edu Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent check your email addresses Email check failed please try again Sorry your blog cannot share posts by email Explore OMA D Office of Minority Affairs Diversity About About Contact Leadership 2013 14 Fact Sheet Assessment Statistics and Policies Pre College Students Educational Talent Search GEAR UP Educator Development Initiative Ida B Wells High School Math Science Upward Bound Recruitment Outreach RISE UP GEAR UP Upward Bound Washington MESA Washington State Early Outreach Partnership Current Students College Assistance Migrant Program Early Identification Program Health Sciences Center Minority Students Program Initiative for Maximizing Student Development Instructional Center Samuel E Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation McNair Program Academic Counseling Services High School Tutor Mentor Program OMA D UWAA Mentor Program OMA D Study Abroad Student Advisory Board TRiO Student Support Services Campus Diversity Diversity Portal Center for Curriculum Transformation Diversity Council Diversity Research Institute Faculty

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/omad/educational-talent-search/ (2014-06-24)
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  • GEAR UP Educator Development Initiative | Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
    throughout Washington state Educator and Student Programs GEAR UP EDI workshops are designed to encourage dialogue and collaboration among middle high school and post secondary faculty and staff Share this Facebook Twitter Reddit Email Print Comments are closed GEAR UP Educator Development Initiative About Us Our Mission Our Partners Who We Serve Educator and Student Programs GEAR UP Program Highlights Staff List Contact GEAR UP EDI GEAR UP EDI office Main phone 206 221 6495 Fax 206 543 0863 gearupinfo uw edu Campus location Schmitz Hall University of Washington Seattle WA 98195 5845 Postal address UW GEAR UP Educator Development Initiative Program Box 355845 University of Washington Seattle WA 98195 5845 Staff Enrique Morales Principal Investigator 392 Schmitz Hall partida uw edu 206 543 5715 Roseann London Director 386 Schmitz Hall rmlondon uw edu 206 221 5306 Petra Erwin Program Operations Specialist 384 Schmitz Hall petra uw edu Looking for RISE UP GEAR UP Another GEAR UP program at the UW specifically serves the Yakima and Skagit valleys Administered by the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity their website is uwgearup org Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent check your email addresses Email check failed please try again Sorry your blog cannot share posts by email Explore OMA D Office of Minority Affairs Diversity About About Contact Leadership 2013 14 Fact Sheet Assessment Statistics and Policies Pre College Students Educational Talent Search GEAR UP Educator Development Initiative Ida B Wells High School Math Science Upward Bound Recruitment Outreach RISE UP GEAR UP Upward Bound Washington MESA Washington State Early Outreach Partnership Current Students College Assistance Migrant Program Early Identification Program Health Sciences Center Minority Students Program Initiative for Maximizing Student Development Instructional Center Samuel E Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center Louis Stokes Alliance

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/omad/gear-up/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Ida B. Wells High School | Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
    Articles Archive E newsletters Campus Walker Photo Galleries Event Photo Galleries Student Blog Video Gallery Viewpoint Magazine Ida B Wells High School Alternative high school instruction on the UW campus for up to 40 students Diverse multicultural curriculum uses a coordinated studies approach to learning Contact 206 685 3476 Share this Facebook Twitter Reddit Email Print Comments are closed Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent check your email addresses Email check failed please try again Sorry your blog cannot share posts by email Explore OMA D Office of Minority Affairs Diversity About About Contact Leadership 2013 14 Fact Sheet Assessment Statistics and Policies Pre College Students Educational Talent Search GEAR UP Educator Development Initiative Ida B Wells High School Math Science Upward Bound Recruitment Outreach RISE UP GEAR UP Upward Bound Washington MESA Washington State Early Outreach Partnership Current Students College Assistance Migrant Program Early Identification Program Health Sciences Center Minority Students Program Initiative for Maximizing Student Development Instructional Center Samuel E Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation McNair Program Academic Counseling Services High School Tutor Mentor Program OMA D UWAA Mentor Program OMA D Study Abroad Student Advisory Board TRiO Student Support Services Campus Diversity Diversity Portal Center for Curriculum Transformation Diversity Council Diversity Research Institute Faculty Diversity Faculty Staff Affinity Groups Greater Washington State Higher Education Recruitment Consortium Staff Diversity Alumni Community Alumni and Community Resources OMA D Alumni Profiles OMA D Alumni Connect Form Friends of the Educational Opportunity Program Minority Community Advisory Committee UWAA Multicultural Alumni Partnership BlackPast org News Articles Archive E newsletters Campus Walker Photo Galleries Event Photo Galleries Student Blog Video Gallery Viewpoint Magazine Seattle Washington Contact Us Jobs Campus Safety My UW Rules Docket Privacy Terms 2014 University of Washington

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/omad/ida-b-wells-high-school/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Upward Bound | Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
    year round program serving qualified students at Cleveland and Franklin High School There is both an Academic Year and a Summer Component New students are admitted the semester before the Summer Program Once admitted students must attend all summers until graduation as well as participate in classes during the academic year The Upward Bound Program is 100 federally funded by the U S Department of Education at 410 987 annually All new Students are on probation Probation begins in the summer and ends during the first part of the Academic Year If students do not pass probation they cannot continue with the Upward Bound Program U S Department of Education Web Site Resource http studentaid ed gov Comments are closed Upward Bound Academic Year Summer Schools Served Staff Alumni Apply Gallery Links Resources Related Links Web Magazine Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent check your email addresses Email check failed please try again Sorry your blog cannot share posts by email Explore OMA D Office of Minority Affairs Diversity About About Contact Leadership 2013 14 Fact Sheet Assessment Statistics and Policies Pre College Students Educational Talent Search GEAR UP Educator Development Initiative Ida B Wells High School Math Science Upward Bound Recruitment Outreach RISE UP GEAR UP Upward Bound Washington MESA Washington State Early Outreach Partnership Current Students College Assistance Migrant Program Early Identification Program Health Sciences Center Minority Students Program Initiative for Maximizing Student Development Instructional Center Samuel E Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation McNair Program Academic Counseling Services High School Tutor Mentor Program OMA D UWAA Mentor Program OMA D Study Abroad Student Advisory Board TRiO Student Support Services Campus Diversity Diversity Portal Center for Curriculum Transformation Diversity Council Diversity Research Institute Faculty Diversity Faculty

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/omad/upward-bound/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Services for UW Students | Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
    participate in campus based and national undergraduate research Offers academic advising workshops mentoring and scholarship opportunities Go OMA D Academic Counseling Services Offers academic support programs to enhance the success of undergraduate students at the UW and increase the number of students who stay in school and graduate Programs include College Assistance Migrant Program Champions Program Diversity Scholars Program Educational Opportunity Program EOP OMA D UWAA Mentor Program Reach Out and Reconnect Re entry Program ROAR Summer Transition Program STP TRiO Student Support Services SSS Washington State TRiO Expansion Program WaTEP Contact 206 543 7132 OMA D High School Tutor Mentor Program Mentorship and tutoring opportunities for UW students at Garfield Franklin Roosevelt Rainier Beach and Ida B Wells high schools Go Ronald E McNair Postbaccaulaureate Achievement Program A U S Department of Education TRIO program Research internship and mentoring opportunities GRE preparation course Annual spring research conference Go Samuel E Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center Theatre Leadership and community building workshops Home to numerous student organizations Student lounge computer lab meeting and conference rooms Go Study Abroad Initiatives Aeronautics Astronautics Australia Program Classics Rome Program Communication Barbados Program Latin American Studies IPE Brazil Program OMA D Tahiti Program Social Work Sankofa Experience in Ghana Go These programs serve students who are from low income families or who have experienced hardships students who will be the first in their family to graduate from a four year college underrepresented minority students and students who were deprived of an adequate education due to poverty or discrimination Additional Links The resources listed below include information on scholarships internships and careers and link to offices and organizations that specialize in enriching college and academic life at the UW Black Student Union Scholarship Links BlackPast org You at the UW Business and Economic Development Center Student Programs Career Center Career Center Diversity Resources Counseling Center Disability Resources for Students Diversity at the UW Diversity Resources Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Office of Health and Wellness Programs Office of the Ombudsman Recreational Sports Programs Registrar Office of the Student Activities and Union Facilities Share this Facebook Twitter Reddit Email Print Comments are closed Latest Student News 2014 Community Graduations to be Held June 4 13 May 13 2014 Undergraduates to Present Research at 22nd Annual Pacific Northwest McNair EIP GO MAP Research Conference May 15 17 May 13 2014 Dreamer Dawgs Witness REAL Hope Act Signing April 15 2014 Rosebaugh Honored at Women of Color Empowered Luncheon February 25 2014 Students Staff and Alumni Participate in 2014 MLK Day of Service January 28 2014 Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent check your email addresses Email check failed please try again Sorry your blog cannot share posts by email Explore OMA D Office of Minority Affairs Diversity About About Contact Leadership 2013 14 Fact Sheet Assessment Statistics and Policies Pre College Students Educational Talent Search GEAR UP Educator Development Initiative Ida B Wells High School Math Science Upward Bound Recruitment

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/omad/services-for-uw-students/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Health Sciences Center Minority Students Program | Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
    Galleries Student Blog Video Gallery Viewpoint Magazine Health Sciences Center Minority Students Program We hope you will take advantage of this website to learn about the HSC MSP and to interact with members within the HSC MSP program S M A R T Challenge Website Share this Facebook Twitter Reddit Email Print Comments are closed Health Sciences Center Minority Students Program About HSCMSP Contact Us Links People Programs Staff Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent check your email addresses Email check failed please try again Sorry your blog cannot share posts by email Explore OMA D Office of Minority Affairs Diversity About About Contact Leadership 2013 14 Fact Sheet Assessment Statistics and Policies Pre College Students Educational Talent Search GEAR UP Educator Development Initiative Ida B Wells High School Math Science Upward Bound Recruitment Outreach RISE UP GEAR UP Upward Bound Washington MESA Washington State Early Outreach Partnership Current Students College Assistance Migrant Program Early Identification Program Health Sciences Center Minority Students Program Initiative for Maximizing Student Development Instructional Center Samuel E Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation McNair Program Academic Counseling Services High School Tutor Mentor Program OMA D UWAA Mentor Program OMA D Study Abroad Student Advisory Board TRiO Student Support Services Campus Diversity Diversity Portal Center for Curriculum Transformation Diversity Council Diversity Research Institute Faculty Diversity Faculty Staff Affinity Groups Greater Washington State Higher Education Recruitment Consortium Staff Diversity Alumni Community Alumni and Community Resources OMA D Alumni Profiles OMA D Alumni Connect Form Friends of the Educational Opportunity Program Minority Community Advisory Committee UWAA Multicultural Alumni Partnership BlackPast org News Articles Archive E newsletters Campus Walker Photo Galleries Event Photo Galleries Student Blog Video Gallery Viewpoint Magazine Seattle Washington Contact Us Jobs Campus Safety

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/omad/health-sciences-center-minority-students-program/ (2014-06-24)
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  • OMA&D Study Abroad | Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
    centuries Students will also focus on the study of Race Identity and social welfare Read more Rupturing the Narrative Re Conceptualizing Communication and Difference in Barbados What happens when a minority passes as a member of the majority What happens when a majority group member finds herself standing out as a minority In this summer study abroad program in the Eastern Caribbean nation of Barbados students will re think or more accurately rupture their narratives of race beauty intelligence culture politics and power Read more Study Abroad in Brazil Study Abroad in Brazil focuses on student reflection on their own identities by examining aspects of Brazil s complexities about ethnicity race and gender In this course students engage with local students doing projects with Brazilians rather than on Brazilians allowing both UW students and Brazilian students opportunities for deeper connections and learning Read more Rome Academic Enrichment Program The culture and government of ancient Rome heavily influenced the evolution of modern western culture Understanding this history provides a greater insight into the present This program examines how antiquity is reflected in current culture with issues of imperialism slavery immigration and trade Read more Tahiti Study Abroad Students in this program examine Tahitian culture and how it has been affected by French colonialism specifically focusing on how that has created a social structure where native and non white peoples are second class citizens in their own country Read more Interdisciplinary STEM in Australia Autonomous Underwater Vehicles Ecological Systems The program will take place at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane Australia and at the Moreton Bay Research Station off the coast of Brisbane The focus of the course is to experience first hand the use of autonomous robotic systems in the exploration and collection of data relevant to the study and monitoring of marine ecosystems such as the Great Barrier Reef Read more Share this Facebook Twitter Reddit Email Print Comments are closed OMA D Study Abroad Australia Barbados Brazil Ghana Rome Tahiti About Welcome to the Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity Student Blog This blog provides an opportunity for current and future students faculty staff alumni and friends to learn more about OMA D through the first hand accounts of our students as they travel the globe with their study abroad programs Thanks for reading Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent check your email addresses Email check failed please try again Sorry your blog cannot share posts by email Explore OMA D Office of Minority Affairs Diversity About About Contact Leadership 2013 14 Fact Sheet Assessment Statistics and Policies Pre College Students Educational Talent Search GEAR UP Educator Development Initiative Ida B Wells High School Math Science Upward Bound Recruitment Outreach RISE UP GEAR UP Upward Bound Washington MESA Washington State Early Outreach Partnership Current Students College Assistance Migrant Program Early Identification Program Health Sciences Center Minority Students Program Initiative for Maximizing Student Development Instructional Center Samuel E Kelly Ethnic Cultural

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/omad/study-abroad/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Student Advisory Board | Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
    students pertaining to diversity Office of Minority Affairs Diversity programs and the University of Washington Increasing the impact of the Student Advisory Board on the University administration s policy formulation and decision making by expanding awareness of student issues and cultural values through education public discussion and all forms of communication Working to foster an environment in which all students and organizations can achieve their full potential as leaders and to enhance sensitivity to diversity on campus through networking and resource development Apply to be a member of the Student Advisory Board Word doc Spotlight Articles April 10 2012 SAB Community Letter Office of Minority Affairs Diversity Dear ECC Community At the March 5th General Meeting some of the participating audience members at the meeting publicly criticized some of the Student Advisory Board SAB Executive Board members To ensure we kept focus on the topic at hand the ECC Room Naming the officers refrained from addressing most of the accusations April 9 2012 SAB Wraps Up Busy Winter Quarter Office of Minority Affairs Diversity The OMA D Student Advisory Board SAB had a busy winter quarter working with a variety of issues on campus SAB played a critical role in bringing a resolution to the room naming issue for the new Samuel E Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center ECC Members conducted surveys during autumn and winter quarters and held a community January 17 2012 SAB To Host First General Meeting with President Young Office of Minority Affairs Diversity UW students faculty and staff are invited to attend this meeting on Mon Jan 30 in Condon Hall November 29 2011 October November 2011 Office of Minority Affairs Diversity Submitted by Tony Vo The Student Advisory Board for the last two months has held two general meetings opened to the campus to voice concerns regarding issues of diversity By opening up the door for students to voice any issues seen on campus SAB helps resolve these concerns through university administrators on campus and represents the Share this Facebook Twitter Reddit Email Print Comments are closed Student Advisory Board Constitution Contact Meeting Minutes Officers Organization Membership Quarterly Schedule Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent check your email addresses Email check failed please try again Sorry your blog cannot share posts by email Explore OMA D Office of Minority Affairs Diversity About About Contact Leadership 2013 14 Fact Sheet Assessment Statistics and Policies Pre College Students Educational Talent Search GEAR UP Educator Development Initiative Ida B Wells High School Math Science Upward Bound Recruitment Outreach RISE UP GEAR UP Upward Bound Washington MESA Washington State Early Outreach Partnership Current Students College Assistance Migrant Program Early Identification Program Health Sciences Center Minority Students Program Initiative for Maximizing Student Development Instructional Center Samuel E Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation McNair Program Academic Counseling Services High School Tutor Mentor Program OMA D UWAA Mentor Program OMA D Study Abroad Student Advisory Board TRiO Student Support

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/omad/student-advisory-board/ (2014-06-24)
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