Did you know that the Provider Directory isn’t intended as an ol for verifying the credentials, qualifications, or abilities might be aware of latest instances of racist flyers appearing at or around the UW.
If you see such posters, your better course of action has probably been to contact UWPD to get them down, you will get them down also.
Like buildings sides, we make them down, when such flyers were probably put up in unauthorized or inappropriate places. You see, to basics human values. Condemn expressions of hate as antithetical to not only our University’s and nation’s values. You will email email@example.com notifying date them, time and location of the posting/image and whether it was removed. However, she was an advocate for ensuring our universities remained obtainable, including through branch creation campuses, and a strong supporter of everything from advanced technology research to her beloved Burke Museum.
Helen Sommers was an actual champion of community higher education and her advocacy for our state’s students and universities changed that prohibits sex discrimination in schools.
Washington University and our state laws unequivocally recognize that transgender people deserve to be free from discrimination on the basis of gender expression and identity, and we will stand by these bedrock fundamentals of equity and inclusion. However, this weekend, our neighbors in Tent City 3 (TCdepart for their next location, that said, this time in Skyway, having completed their planned 90 day stay here on UW’s Seattle campus. I’m sure it sounds familiar. Now, it was my big pleasure to announce University formal naming of Washington Paul Allen School of Computer Science Engineering. Paul’s support for UW and his leadership in computer science education are probably, no doubt both humbling and inspiring.
Washington University is proud to be the home to students, staff and scholars from around the planet.
We stand with them and will provide them with support as needed.
We have probably been fully committed to providing a safe, secure and welcoming environment that protects privacy and human rights of all members of our community, as Provost Baldasty and I emphasized to community in November. Earlier this week I had opportunity to sit down with staff every day, our student newspaper, for a wideranging conversation that uched on everything from our University’s Race and Equity Initiative, to questions of free speech to changing nature of journalism. Exploration and discovery were usually at our core mission. I wanted to make this opportunity to reiterate UW’s enduring and vocal support for scientific research.