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 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 >
How to Pinpoint the Right Graduate Program for You
It’s a big commitment — financially, professionally and personally. How do you make the right choice? The Seattle Times’ Advance Course, an advertising special, talks to the experts. Read more >