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Assessment and Research at Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity

Assessment and Research

Assessment and Research at the Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity (AROMAD)  provides data/assessment services in relation to federal(NIH, NSF, US Dept. Ed…) , state, private,  grant and gift proposals, annual performance reports within OMAD and select campus units. We also process and produce organized information to help staff/faculty with better decision making in day-to-day operations, planning, and future policy formation and practice (Our primary programming languages utilized for all of our data projects are SQL, Python, and R programming language.  As of recent, we are slowly adopting Julia programming language for better memory management).  All operations are aimed at maintaining and enhancing performance and opportunities for underrepresented, low-income, first-generation and other underserved students.

Data Requests: Data Requests are reserved for full time Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity personnel only   To request data, please email: or

Physical Location:

Box 352803
Mary Gates Hall 171C
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-2803
Phone: 206-221-2944

Team Members


Gene Kim, Ph.D./김 진
Director of Assessment and Research at OMAD
Guest Faculty of Data Science (University of Washington Information School: When available) 
Postdoctoral Research Fellow 1999-2001, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Ph.D. Education 1999, University of Wisconsin-Madison
MS Counseling 1995, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Arlyn Arquiza
Senior Computer Specialist (Senior OMAD Data Analyst)

Candy Y. Kamekona
Data Analyst