• I am First-Generation: Jason Naranjo

    "You belong here. You belong here. You belong here. You belong here. Show up and work hard. Find community and always be willing to be there for others in the same way people have been there for you." - Jason Naranjo, Associate Teaching Professor for Disabilities Studies

    10/05/2023 | College of Arts & Sciences
  • We are First-Generation: College of Arts & Sciences Faculty and Staff

    In the College of Arts & Sciences, we are proud to celebrate our first-generation community through a collection of stories! We honor our faculty and staff, and their many contributions to our university community and beyond.

    10/05/2023 | College of Arts & Sciences
  • Creating joy through inclusion: How a UW grad brings people together in Thurston County

    Thurston County Inclusion is a startup program founded in 2019 by UW Disability Studies Alum Natalie Stagnone, to provide children and young adults with and without intellectual disabilities year-round opportunities to engage with each other. Read writer Jackson Holtz's feature story about the program. 

    04/16/2022 | UW Current
  • Husky 100

    The 2021 Husky 100, a group of 100 students making the most of their time at the UW, have been announced.

    06/15/2021 | University of Washington
  • Advocating for Access

    As a child of Deaf adults, Christine Lew feels blessed to part of — and advocate for — the Deaf community and others.

    June 2021 Perspectives
  • Inclusive Biology Lessons with a Global Reach

    UW senior Ishira Parikh helped create an award-winning curriculum using what she'd learned through UW courses and volunteer activities. 

    April 2021 Perspectives
  • UW Honors students use art to disrupt the narrative on homelessness

    Students in the Interdisciplinary Honors class “Citizen Acts to Challenge Poverty” collaborated with Real Change to bring the exhibit Portraits for Change.

    UW Undergraduate Academic Affairs