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  • University Faculty Councils :: UW Faculty Council Pages
    Commercialization Multicultural Affairs Research Student Affairs Teaching and Learning Tri Campus Policy University Facilities and Services University Libraries Women in Academia Women in Academia shall be responsible for all matters of policy relating to the interests of women Faculty Code Sec 42 47 Members Issues Minutes Reports Meeting Dates Council Chair Vacant President s Designee Luis Fraga Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement Voting Faculty Yoshimi Anzai Radiology Cheryl Cooke

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/faculty/committees/fcwa/index.html (2014-06-24)
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  • University Faculty Councils :: UW Faculty Council Pages
    Code UW Policy Directory UW Faculty Council Pages Choose a Faculty Council Academic Standards Benefits and Retirement Faculty Affairs Intellectual Property Commercialization Multicultural Affairs Research Student Affairs Teaching and Learning Tri Campus Policy University Facilities and Services University Libraries Women in Academia Women in Academia Members Issues Minutes Reports Meeting Dates Faculty Diversity UW Faculty Senate Demographics Link to the Faculty Senate Issues webpage Includes data statistics reports presentations resolutions

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/faculty/committees/fcwa/issues.html (2014-06-24)
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  • University Faculty Councils :: UW Faculty Council Pages
    13 2012 January 23 2012 December 12 2011 November 14 2011 October 17 2011 Reports Non Ladder Faculty Survey Executive Summary Report Data Appendix Survey Appendix Academic Year 2010 2011 June 6 2011 May 9 2011 April 11 2011 March 14 2011 February 14 2011 January 10 2011 November 29 2010 November 8 2010 October 11 2010 Academic Year 2009 2010 May 10 2010 April 12 2010 March 1 2010 February 22 2010 January 25 2010 December 14 2009 November 9 2009 October 19 2009 Reports FCWA Survey of UW Faculty Careers and Workload 2009 Report on Women Academic Year 2008 2009 June 8 2009 May 18 2009 April 13 2009 March 16 2009 February 19 2009 January 26 2009 December 11 2008 November 13 2008 October 2 2008 Reports FCWA Career Cycle of Female Faculty Project Academic Year 2007 2008 Annual Report of the Council 2007 2008 June 5 2008 May 8 2008 April 10 2008 March 18 2008 February 26 2008 January 23 2008 December 12 2007 November 14 2007 October 10 2007 Reports 2007 Report on Women Academic Year 2006 2007 Annual Report of the Council 2006 2007 June 7 2007 April 16 2007 March 5 2007

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/faculty/committees/fcwa/reports.html (2014-06-24)
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  • University Faculty Councils :: UW Faculty Council Pages
    University Facilities and Services University Libraries Women in Academia Women in Academia Members Issues Minutes Reports Meeting Dates UPDATE January 31 2014 At this time all FCWA meetings are being held jointly with the Faculty Council on Multicultural Affairs FCMA Below is the schedule of the FCMA FCWA joint meetings Fall Quarter 2013 October 14 12 30 p m 36 Gerberding November 18 12 30 p m CANCELLED December 9

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/faculty/committees/fcwa/meetings.html (2014-06-24)
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  • HuskyConnect - Meet - UW Alumni Association
    keeping in touch with the UW online LinkedIn More than 10 000 UW alums have joined the UW Alumni Group Sign up today and connect with the largest group of UW alumni on the Web Husky Career Network This online network features more than 5 000 UW alumni and friends who have volunteered to assist their fellow Huskies with career exploration Facebook Become a fan of the UWAA and stay up to speed on all of the great things happening with our University UW E mail Services We ve partnered with Microsoft and Google to offer two free e mail services for alumni Keep your uw edu address and enjoy lots of storage and features like purple and gold themes We apologize for any inconvenience and hope you continue to enjoy the UW s growing online community Please let us know if you have any questions or comments Meet Groups UW in Your Community Academic Special Interests Alumnae Board Student Scholarships Get Involved Our History Make a Gift E Newsletter Center Husky Marching Band Multicultural Alumni Partnership Purple Gold Society People Husky Career Network Alumni Directory Alumni Authors Columns Magazine Alumni Vote Viewpoint Magazine UWAA on Facebook UWAA on Flickr

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/alumni/huskyconnect/index.html (2014-06-24)
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  • The Weekend | Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
    South parking lot is closed for Sound Transit light rail link construction For transportation options please visit http www gohuskies com transportation Refunds There will be no refunds on purchased tickets Seating OMA D has reserved seats in the West End Zone section 12 To view a seating map for Husky Football Stadium click here Special Accommodations To request disability accommodation contact the Disability Services Office at 206 543 6450 voice 206 543 6452 TTY 206 685 7264 fax or via email at dso u washington edu The University of Washington makes every effort to honor disability accommodation requests Requests can be responded to most effectively if received as far in advance of the event as possible preferably at least 10 days Ticket Policy Event tickets are available until capacity is filled Tickets for the tailgate and football game MUST be purchased in advance Tickets may not be purchased on the day of the event Tickets can be purchased based on availability Football tickets MUST be picked up at the OMA D tailgate tent located in The Zone directly behind East End Bleachers of Husky Football Stadium Tickets must be picked up NO LATER THAN 30 minutes prior to kickoff The OMA D Tailgate Tent will close at that time If you already purchased tickets for the game in another section of Husky Stadium you are still welcome to join us for the tailgate 10 admission For more Husky football ticket information please visit http www gohuskies com tickets customer service home html The Zone The Zone is an exciting tailgate experience that features entertainment food beverages and fun for Husky football fans The Zone is located on the East Practice Field of Husky Stadium between the Waterfront Activities Center and Husky Softball Field Main entrances exits are located on the SE corner of The Zone and along the East wall of the Zone The Zone opens three hours prior to kick off Continuous free shuttle service from the E 1 parking lot is provided by Gray Line of Seattle Entertainment in The Zone includes the Husky football team s walk into the stadium as well as performances by the Husky Band and Cheer Squad There is an interactive Kid Zone with fun football activities The Zone is also the broadcast home for KJR AM 950 on game days OMA D will have its own tailgate tent in The Zone The tent number and location will be posted on the The Weekend web site when available The admission price to enter OMA D s tent includes food Beverages will be available for purchase Registration Has Closed Event is Sold Out Choose from either or both of the following events Please note some details will be forthcoming or subject to change Saturday October 29 2011 Multicultural Alumni Partnership MAP Bridging the Gap Breakfast Benefiting the MAP Endowed Scholarship for economically disadvantaged students Ticket Price 55 Sponsor Table of 9 495 Time 8 a m 10 a m Doors open at 7

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/omad/the-weekend/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Native American Advisory Board | Diversity at the University of Washington
    Purpose The Native American Advisory Board advises the University of Washington s Vice President for Minority Affairs Diversity on outreach and retention strategies for Native students faculty and staff Vision The land and environment where the University of Washington is located is housed on the indigenous lands of tribes of the area In respect of this rich history the Native American Advisory Board is established to further promote the sovereignty of Indian tribes and the diverse Native populations being served Learn more about us Learn more about our initiative Comments are closed Diversity at the UW Chief Diversity Officer Business Diversity Program Disability Services Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Equity Diversity UW Tacoma Faculty Diversity Faculty Advancement Faculty Recruitment Toolkit Resources Academic Personnel Data Graduate School GO MAP Minority Affairs Diversity Native Life Tribal Relations Native Life Tribal Relations Tribal Leadership Summit Intellectual House Directory Resource Links Q Center Statistics Policies UW Schools Colleges College of Arts Sciences School of Business College of Education College of Engineering College of the Environment Graduate School Information School School of Law School of Medicine School of Nursing School of Public Health School of Social Work Women s Center Native American Advisory Board Home About Board Members Initiatives Resource Links Make a Gift Your support for diversity related scholarships and programs at the UW is invaluable Find more information on donations or make a gift 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

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/diversity/tribal-relations/omad-naab/ (2014-06-24)
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  • Message from the Vice President and Vice Provost – Spring 2014 eNews | Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
    to believe that this year marks our 44th annual Celebration Fête and Honors Since 1971 OMA D and the Friends of the Educational Opportunity Program EOP have hosted this event to honor the academic success of EOP students recognize the Charles E Odegaard Award recipient and raise funds for scholarships For many of the underrepresented minority first generation and low income students we serve their goal of earning a UW education would not be possible without the support of our generous donors and friends More information about how you can get involved is available on the Celebration web site This year s Odegaard Award recipient is Denny Hurtado former chair of the Skokomish Tribe and retired director of Indian Education for the Washington State Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction Denny s passion dedication and pioneering efforts have left a legacy that has transformed education not only for Native American students but for every student in the state We are thrilled to honor him for his groundbreaking work in the K 12 educational system and honor him for his outstanding leadership Sadly we recently lost three great friends of OMA D in recent months UW professor Stephanie Camp and local community leaders Vera Ing 74 and Herman McKinney 69 Stephanie who passed away on April 2 at the age of 46 was an associate professor in the Department of History and the Donald W Logan Family Endowed Chair in American History She was a historian of African Americans slavery the American South and women and gender and her important work undoubtedly came to an end too soon Vera who passed away on Jan 18 at the age of 73 was a loyal supporter of diversity efforts at the UW and a strong community activist for Seattle s Chinatown International District She and her husband Joey received the UW Multicultural Alumni Partnership Distinguished Alumni Award in 2011 Herman passed away on April 11 at the age of 75 As a former assistant dean at the UW Graduate School and the first director for GO MAP Herman was a pioneer for diversity in graduate education here on campus He was also a tireless advocate for equal opportunity through his work as the director of the Urban Enterprise Center and a mentor to countless young African American professionals in our community We were honored to recognize him as a recipient of the Odegaard Award in 2003 Stephanie Vera and Herman will be greatly missed and we continue to hold their families in our thoughts during this time We also continue to be grateful for the generosity of you our alumni and friends who make it possible for OMA D to provide educational opportunity and access for students We always enjoy hearing from you so be sure to fill out the OMA D Alumni Connect Form to share what is happening in your world Sincerely Sheila Edwards Lange Vice President for Minority Affairs Vice Provost for Diversity Share this Facebook Twitter Reddit Email

    Original URL path: http://www.washington.edu/omad/2014/04/15/message-from-the-vice-president-and-vice-provost-spring-2014-enews/ (2014-06-24)
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