The ADVANCE Center for Institutional Change at the University of Washington focuses on academic leadership development, cultural change and policy transformation in order to grow the number of women faculty in STEM fields.
College of Engineering Diversity Programs
DO-IT encourages individuals with disabilities to take on challenging academic programs and careers by promoting the use of technology to increase independence and productivity.
EAC located in Loew Hall, provides space for students to form learning communities, and provides workshops and tutoring to help students build skills in math, physics and chemistry.
Math Academy is a residential summer program that supports rising high school seniors from diverse backgrounds who wish to study engineering by engaging them in coursework that strengthens skills needed to succeed in college-level math.
MSEP is the College of Engineering’s recruitment and retention program open to all students, focused on promoting academic and professional excellence, leadership skill development and community building.
PEERs is a three-credit seminar and community leadership program for students committed to building a more inclusive environment at the College of Engineering.
The SEEEDS program provides a head start for incoming first-year students to experience college courses, connect with support programs across campus and connect with fellow incoming engineering students.
STARS at the University of Washington provides support for Washington state students from economically and educationally disadvantaged backgrounds to succeed in engineering and computer science.
WiSE recruits and supports women in science and engineering, and fosters a healthy academic and social environment for men and women in engineering at all levels of study.