HUB Administration is one of several units within the HUB department.
The HUB is the student union for the University of Washington campus and is an access point to the UW for those who are enrolled, employed, or enjoying a visit. The HUB provides space, services, and programs making it an environment rich in interactions and community engagement. The HUB is a departmental unit within the Division of Student Life under the leadership of Vice President for Student Life, Dr. Denzil J. Suite.
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Justin Camputaro recently began as the new Director of the Husky Union Building (HUB). In addition to the HUB, he is responsible for Student Legal Services and the D Center. Prior to joining UW, he served at Virginia Tech, University of North Florida, Jacksonville University, and Florida State University. He received his undergraduate degree (Biology) from Roger Williams University and his graduate degree (Higher Education) from the University of Connecticut (which now makes him Husky²). He is currently finishing his PhD (Higher Education) at Virginia Tech, in which his research focus is on the role of the college union in building students’ sense of community.
Justin is active regionally and nationally with the Association of College Union International (ACUI), where he co-created the Essentials of Facilities Management Training Seminar (2015), served on the International Education Council (2011-2014), and as the Region 6 Educational Coordinator (2010-2012) and College Bowl Team Leader (2009). Before moving to Seattle, Justin has spent his entire life on the east coast, originally from New York. He enjoys spending any free time he has with his family, cooking, and watching/playing sports.
HUB Associate Director
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Paul Zuchowski has worked in the Husky Union Building since August of 1984. During his time in the HUB he has acted as a steward of the building working, with the operations and retail staff, to provide the infrastructure and support for the many programs, services, and amenities offered. He was fortunate to participate in the first major remodel of the HUB since 1975 and to help realize the goals of the HUB Building Committee.
Prior to his move to Seattle Paul worked in the Memorial Union at his alma mater, the University of Wisconsin-Madison. While working on his undergraduate degree (Secondary Education: Communication Arts) he was elected President of the student government (1974-75) and later President of the Wisconsin Union Directorate and Council (1976-77). He holds a graduate degree in Educational Policy Studies.