Whether you graduated five years ago or 50, the UW School of Medicine 2013 Reunion Weekend is a great way to catch up with friends, reconnect with classmates, relive medical-student memories and learn about UW Medicine today.
Take a minute to take a look at what we have planned, to tell us how you’re doing or to join a reunion committee. And check out our new Seattle City Guide for suggestions on how to spend your free time.
What your classmates have said about past reunions…
“It was great seeing so many classmates!”
“The reunion weekend was wonderfully done. All of it!”
“It was a really enjoyable day and a good opportunity to socialize with not only my classmates, but also with others I know throughout UW Medicine.”
Educational leader. For 19 consecutive years, the UW School of Medicine has been ranked as the No. 1 primary-care medical school in the country. (U.S. News & World Report)
Your reach. The 7,375 M.D. alumni from the classes of 1950 to 2012 live in every one of the 50 states and in 13 countries.
Research powerhouse. Three living Nobel Prize-winners are among UW Medicine’s faculty, and UW Medicine received more than $635 million in research funds from the National Institutes of Health in the 2012 federal fiscal year.
Your generosity. Since the entrance of the School’s first class in 1946, UW School of Medicine alumni have contributed more than $23 million to UW Medicine and the future of healthcare. Thank you!