Graduate Training in Neuroscience
University of Washington
Adelante Con Education (A.C.E)
Is geared toward the recruitment, outreach, and retention of prospective Latino students applying to the UW. ACE promotes higher education, and provides empowerment and leadership skills catered toward Latino(a)/Chicano(a) issues. Their goal is to target students from under-privileged backgrounds and/or first generation college applicants. Students learn about financial aid, the application process, and programs that the UW has to offer.
Black Student Union
The purpose of this organization is to establish a cohesive union of black students, black faculty, other black organizations, and the community to facilitate educational opportunities. BSU exists to enhance cultural awareness, political awareness, social events, and to provide support for the students and the community.
Diversity at the UW
This website includes resources concerning the Equal Opportunity Office, statistics, news, financial resources, the Diversity Council, and other events concerning diversity at the UW.
First Nations at the UW
Leadership, education and cultural information are skills and knowledge taught and experienced by Native and non-Native students from all majors, both undergraduate and graduate students in this community.
GO-MAP provides leadership in recruitment and retention of ethnic minority and underrepresented students. GO-MAP is the place where students learn about and create opportunities for campus and community involvement, explore ideas with students across disciplines and fields, and identify funding opportunities.
Office of Minority Affairs
The Office of Minority Affairs is guided by the core principle of educational equity to ensure a welcoming climate in which all students will realize their full potential. Over 10,000 students have participated in OMA and are now established leaders in their chosen professional fields.