UW Graduate School
Taking place in the Intellectual House on October 25, the UW Graduate School Fair is a forum for graduate programs to recruit UW students and for students to make fruitful connections. (Click the photo for more information.)
Jennifer Smith, ’16, was a high school dropout. Now, with the help of scholarships, she's combining her interests in history and horses with a passion for research.
Within a month of starting grad school, Reed Garber-Pearson realized that everyone was making friends. But Reed? Not so much. Then, the puppet maker discovered Core Programs. And things started to change.
Julieta Gruszko, by virtue of being a doctoral student in physics, regularly interacts with world-class faculty and scientists. And soon, she’ll be mingling with Nobel laureates.
UW Graduate School in the News
UW grad students involved in Amazon Catalyst projects
Jumana Karwa, a graduate student at the University of Washington Tacoma’s Computer Science & Engineering program, is the developer of one of 12 projects that have won grants from the Amazon Catalyst program. These awards aren’t for conducting further research, but instead “fund solutions to problems.” Read more >
UW grad student from Uganda gets $100,000 Bullitt Environmental Prize
Carol Bogezi is focusing her University of Washington doctoral work on human-animal conflicts in the Pacific Northwest, such as wolves repopulating the Cascades and Kettle Range. Read more >
Sandra Silberstein wins the 2016 Landolt Distinguished Mentor Award
Sandy is a well-regarded professor of English and director of the master’s in teaching English to speakers of other languages (MATESOL) program for two decades. Read more >