UW Graduate School

For Faculty and Staff

Departmental Diversity Committee Meetings

Once a quarter we bring together leaders of departmental committee (DDCs) across our graduate programs to provide an important interdisciplinary space to learn about new resources, hear about best practices and lessons learned, and engage in dialogue on effective ways to advance diversity and inclusion goals.

Get involved with a DDC

D-Team Discussion/Workshop Series

The Graduate School diversity team, or D-Team, consists of Graduate School staff who facilitate dialogue and coordinate activities regarding diversity for staff engagement. This year, the group has continued its discussion events and workshops. These events provide opportunities for staff to engage in discussions regarding equity, inclusion, and diversity. Discussion topics have included the native experience at UW, implicit bias, being black in Seattle, and gender and sexuality.

More about D-Team Events

Public Lecture Series

The Graduate School administers three endowments that fund the public lecture series:

  • Walker-Ames Fund
  • Jessie and John Danz Fund
  • Mary Ann and John D. Mangels Fund
  • Signature Speaker Series

These lectures bring outstanding and renowned scholars and individuals whose lives have significantly impacted society. The Graduate School and the UW Alumni Association are proud to present the 2017-2018 Public Lecture Series titled Equity and Difference: Rights. It features thought leaders from UW and around the world who are working to address the consequences of prejudice, racism, and exclusion and seeking solutions for change.

Explore the Public Lecture Series

Holistic Admissions

The Graduate School has an ongoing commitment to supporting programs in the process of holistic admissions. Past events have included workshops on Holistic Review & Holistic Support with Dr. Posselt, and Holistic Support for Student Excellence & Wellness with Dr. Mahoney & Dr. Aisenberg. Future workshops and trainings TBA.

For Faculty and Staff

Our world-class faculty and dedicated staff are at the core of what we accomplish at the University of Washington. The Graduate School is dedicated to partnering with those faculty and staff to provide resources, guidance, and recognition and to help maintain the outstanding level of quality our students and community expect and deserve.

Some of our responsibilities include:

Additionally, the Graduate School provides the following resources:

Landolt Award

The Marsha L. Landolt Distinguished Graduate Mentor Award allows the UW Graduate School to honor those members of the faculty who exemplify excellence in graduate education and mentorship.