Posted September 13, 2018 09:12:14UW is a leader in education.
From our world-class classrooms to our vibrant community, UW students enjoy a variety of programs that will help them succeed.
We provide leadership opportunities and access to top-quality research and instruction.
And UW students benefit from the University’s vibrant campus and a dedicated workforce that provides a stable living environment and quality education.
In 2018, we established the UW Education Center to provide the University with critical support for our students, faculty, staff, and administrators.
The UW Education Program (UWEP) helps our students learn and thrive in the world today.
Our goal is to help students to succeed and achieve their educational goals, while providing an environment that promotes academic excellence.
UWEP’s mission is to provide support to students, staff and administrators to meet their academic, career and personal goals through a program of research and training.
UWE offers students, students, and faculty the opportunity to work toward their goals through an interdisciplinary and collaborative learning environment.
In 2019, the UWEP awarded more than $1.5 million in grants to students and employees in the UW System to support a variety-focused research program.
The research program includes: UWE’s Accelerator for Accelerating Student Success, a three-year pilot project to support UWEP programs, research, and research training.
The Accelerator will expand the UWE core research programs and strengthen the UWET core research curriculum.
UWET also launched an online tool to help UWE faculty, students and staff create a roadmap for success through UWE.
In addition to the Accelerator, UWET launched a new initiative, the Accelerated Research Program (ARP), that will allow UWE students to complete a four-year degree program and apply for employment through UWET.
UW EOE students who successfully complete ARP will have access to a UW EEO degree.
The new UWE Accelerated Training Program (ATP) will provide UWE and UWET students with the opportunity for accelerated careers.
We are also expanding our Accelerated Career Services program.
Students will have the opportunity, once they are successfully completed, to receive a free- and reduced-cost-price credit card and a student-friendly employment information resource.
In 2020, UWE awarded more $1 million in funding to its Accelerated Education Program.
This program will provide more support for UW EHE students to learn about opportunities in higher education, including job opportunities, graduate education, career support, and financial aid.
In 2021, UW EIE awarded $700,000 in funding.
This funding supports UWE EHE student-centered research and development and our efforts to strengthen the University community.
This is the third year we have awarded grants to support the UW EME program.
UWES students will also have access for their work to benefit from our research and career development resources.
The 2018 UW ECE grants, as well as UWE grants to date, include $150,000 for UWET and $300,000 to UW EPE.
This year, UWHE received $300.00 in funding for UWE, with $200,000 going to UWET to support research on UWE employees, as part of the UWHE Strategic Plan.
For more information, visit www.uweweb.org.
UWA is a research and education leader in the United States and around the world.
We offer programs and resources that will make the world a better place for all.
Learn more about the UWA Education Center at www.washington.edu/uweducation.