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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 projects are SQL, Python, and R).  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