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The nurse at your doctor’s office. The social worker who helped find your mother long-term care. The architect who designed your home. Your child’s ninth-grade teacher. From engineers creating a new generation of robots to scientists helping land rovers on Mars to the people who create life-saving treatments, graduate education impacts each of our lives, every day.
A graduate education gives people the tools and connections they need to make a difference in our communities, from the neighborhoods of Seattle to the towns of Washington and throughout the Pacific Northwest. Graduate students are an integral part of the University of Washington. They teach classes, make discoveries in labs and further their fields of study.
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By making a donation to the UW Graduate School’s Fellowship Fund, you can make a real difference. Your gift will help a student pay for tuition and books so he or she can focus on studying, teaching, learning and discovering.
Investing in a graduate student is an investment in the future, our future. Graduate students are tomorrow’s leaders and innovators — the people who can help make our communities even better places to live.
As a unit of the University of Washington’s Graduate School for over 40 years, the Graduate Opportunities and Minority Achievement Program (GO-MAP) is committed to serving the needs of underrepresented graduate students of color to enhance equity and graduate student success.
GO-MAP promotes and supports:
- Outreach, Recruitment and Graduate Student Success
- Professional Development and Community Building
- Graduate Funding Opportunities
- Scholarship and Research
- Advocacy, Consulting and Advising
From the beginning the Press has reflected the University’s major academic strengths. Building on those strengths, combined with a vigorous creativity in developing regional partners, the University of Washington Press has achieved recognition as the leading publisher of scholarly books and distinguished works of regional nonfiction in the Pacific Northwest.
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