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New scholarship opportunities are expanding access to careers in gaming, film and media.
Learn how an unexpected post-pandemic economy is accelerating change in the adult-learning marketplace.
The UW Certificate Scholarship is helping students create a more promising professional future.
Explore helpful resources from across campus on creating scholarships for students.
In March, Continuum College Vice Provost Rovy Branon is presenting “Is College Ready for Your 60-Year Career?” at SXSW EDU.
Funding from Seattle environmental organizations makes the UW Certificate in Wetland Science & Management eligible for the UW Certificate Scholarship program.
Discover the important distinctions between remote teaching and online teaching and how to leverage them as you think about future online courses.
Continuum College is welcoming our community back to campus with a "station domination” of the newly open U-District Light Rail Station.
Dr. Sandra Janusch selected by U.S. Department of State for Prestigious English Language Specialist Project.
Perkins Coie’s funding makes the UW Certificate in Paralegal Studies eligible for the UW Certificate Scholarship program.
Instructors David M. Fenner and Theo Myhre earn UW Awards of Excellence for their outstanding work.
Learn how you can create meaningful relationships with alumni with tips from the UW Alumni Association.
Meet Bryan Blakeley, our new Assistant Vice Provost for Digital Learning Innovation, who'll drive online learning opportunities.
After 40 years, UWHS serves as a nimble partner to more than 100 high schools in Washington.
The UW Communication Leadership program and Continuum College collaborate to make a new certificate and master’s program a reality.
Gift enables five adult learners to earn a high-value professional certificate from the University of Washington.
Discover how you can use skills-related insights to reach prospective students when crafting program information, with tips from labor-market data firm Emsi.
Navigating the pandemic inspired Chris Thomas to establish a community where international students from could feel helped and heard.
The UW's Certificate in Software Product Management was recognized at the UPCEA West Region Conference.
A new slate of online classes allow students to graduate on time and increases access to Summer Sessions programming.
Summertime courses at the University of Washington will be called Summer Sessions going forward.
Meet our new partner success leads, who’ll work to bolster our relationships with campus partners.
Meet Tory Hernandez, our new director of partnership marketing, who will drive creative marketing strategies for campus partners.
Discover how two UW Certificate Scholarship awardees are putting the skills from their programs to work to create a bright future.
Connecting with prospective students is now more important than ever. Read our tips on being adaptable, flexible and empathetic.
The UW Department of Medicine’s Division of Medical Genetics and Continuum College are launching a Genetic Counseling Graduate Program to meet rising demand.
Meet Durwin Long, our Senior Director for Summer Sessions, who is working to broaden access to higher education.
Online information sessions are a great way to connect students with a real person from your program, helping to establish authenticity and trust.
Our experts discuss trends and emerging strategies for marketing, recruiting and collaboration.
An expert from the UW Office of Student Financial Aid gives advice on how students can pay for their fee-based programs.
UWC2 is here to help campus partners at the UW create programs that capture interest from around the globe.
We made several changes to the UW Certificate in Paralegal Studies program so working professionals can fit learning into their already busy lives.
Continuum's learning designers are ensuring inclusivity in the classroom by amplifying the importance of accessible course material.
Continuum College has joined forces with ReWA to help immigrants and refugees access UW Professional & Continuing Education certificate programs.
We're ramping up our diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) efforts by establishing internal workgroups to create opportunities for staff to get involved.
Significant improvements in technology behind Continuum's sites allowed our development team to bring key upgrades to the digital student experience.
"I love it when I see our students, instructors, advisory board members, staff and community partners use our networks to connect and cheer on each other."
“Hands down, the best part of working here is our students. They inspire and impress me on a daily basis.”
“My coworkers inspire me. I’m amazed at the wealth of talent, knowledge and creativity within our organization.”
“One of the best things about working for UW Continuum College is being able to work with a group of incredibly smart, talented people who are dedicated to helping students reach their full potential.”
“Everyone is on a different educational path and it’s so interesting to see how people are using our programs to change their lives.”
Discover how establishing a cohesive community has been a factor in the success of the Master of Human-Computer Interaction + Design program.
Deborah Porter's analysis of learning objectives for her lectures and assignments has strengthened her teaching and led to new research ideas.
In his 15 years of teaching at the UW, Xiaosong Li has mentored a growing "family" of students on their path to fulfilling careers.
Learn about the thriving Master of Science in Computational Linguistics and hear from program director, Emily Bender.
Librarian Robin Chin Roemer is helping nontraditional students navigate the UW library system.
Bill Howe and UW Continuum College collaborate to make a new data science master’s program a reality.
Close to a million people are getting the tools to speak more effectively, thanks to Matt McGarrity’s public speaking MOOC.
Professor Wei-Chih Wang inspires high school students to flourish by discovering engineering and design solutions.
UW’s sought-after Human Centered Design & Engineering programs have roots in the earliest days of new learning.
Industry experts Jennifer Diamond and Josh Bates bring pro-level power to the UW Certificate in Project Management.
A UW Certificate Scholarship helped Corine Rigby gain the skills she needed to step back into the workforce with confidence.
Omid Bagheri Garakani grew up wanting to help other people. The UW COPHP program enlivened his passion and helped him land a job.
Tolulope Daramola grew up with a hunger to learn. Today, he’s still learning — and building a business — with help from a UW Certificate Scholarship.
A certificate scholarship has given Sarah Wildsmith the chance to forge a new career path in marketing and to tell her own story.
Syed Akmal Hussain has seized the chance for a career in data — and a better life for his young family — through the UW Certificate Scholarship.
Three thousand miles from his hometown of Brooklyn, Sean Davis has discovered his passion for wetland management with the help of a certificate scholarship.
Eight-year-old Renna Orr spent her summer discovering and learning for fun — with classes like Focus on Food and To Space and Beyond — with the UW Summer Youth program.
High-school student Jeremy Steckler challenged himself scholastically and gained college credit on his own high-school campus through UW in the High School.
Incoming UW freshman Victor Gill made a smooth transition to life at the University of Washington before autumn quarter began with the help of Early Fall Start.
Georgina Sanchez was looking for a quick way to improve her English skills and to boost her confidence, and she was able to do both with UW’s International and English Language Programs.
As a father with a growing family, Ben Arnold wanted to bolster his education at his own pace, which the Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Social Sciences helped him do.
As a veteran gaming professional, Jill Smith wanted to add to her education and advance in her field, and she accomplished both with a certificate during UW Summer Quarter.
Veteran consultant Porsche Everson was looking to retool her skillset, and the UW Certificate in Data Visualization gave her the skills she was looking for.
Al Smith wanted to break into the field of writing and editing but needed a boost to get started. Read how the Certificate in Editing gave Al the skills and credential they sought.
The online Master of Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics helped Edwin Quezada make the leap from an entry-level position to a managerial role.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the UW gave Helen Oppenheim the opportunity to “exercise her mind” and continue a lifetime of learning.
Single dad Jeremiah Walters is building high-tech knowledge — and a better life for himself and his son — with help from a UW Certificate Scholarship.
A UW Certificate Scholarship paves the way for mom Laura Kirch to return to work and start a new chapter in life for her and her family.
Brendan Steiger gets a second chance, gains the skills and confidence to get back on track after a serious car accident by completing a certificate.
Grace Ingram never gave up on her dream of earning her bachelor’s degree. Now she’s inspiring others.
Jacob Christensen, graduate of the UW Certificate in Audio Production, reflects on this hands-on, three-course certificate program.
Spencer Bowen follows his heart to transition from the military to Starbucks senior management to helping others.
Ana Gomez-Bravo is transforming her course into fully online summer sessions program to help increase access for students.
With nearly half a million cybersecurity jobs going unfilled across the country, Barbara Endicott-Popovsky is seizing every opportunity to fill the deficit of talent.
Sabet Vallejo tailors her Algorithmic Thinking course to her students, spacing out topics to provide in-depth understanding.
Committed to keeping her students connected, Spanish teacher Evelyn Jiménez uses language to bridge cultures and engage students.
To get a jump on their college education, incoming UW students can take a 5-credit course through early fall start. A lucky few will enroll in The Impact of Food on Our Brain & Behavior and meet Sheri Mizumori.
Carrie Kaelin, a professor in the UW Department of Health Services, creatively crafts her curriculum to fit the goals and needs of students.
Kristi Straus pushed for her Introduction to Environmental Studies course to be fully virtual in order increase learning opportunities and educate students more equitably.
A veteran online instructor, Randal Root finds the switch to remote learning this year has shown learners and instructors the positive aspects of the format, especially the increased accessibility it provides.
Ekin Yasin sees her classes as a laboratory, which allows her to adapt her curriculum to empower different segments of the student population.
For lifelong learners aged 50 and over in the Puget Sound region, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the UW is a treasure. And so is instructor David Domke.
John Parker, a Seattle Public Schools STEM curriculum specialist, has been having fun with UW Summer Youth students every summer since 2011.
David Vinson tailors his curriculum to his students, opening the possibility to diversify their perspectives through reading and writing assignments.
To get a jump on their college education, incoming UW students can take a course through Early Fall Start. A lucky few will enroll in CSI: Seattle and meet Brook Nunn.
Learning about students' cultures inspired Fred to make a career out of teaching students from all over the globe in the International & English Language Programs at the UW.
Tim Billo finds that students thrive in natural environments where education can be a natural flow and exchange of ideas around a campfire.
Maya Hemachandra's life-changing experience in the Certificate in Nonprofit Management led to a 15-year career that includes teaching in the same certificate program.
For lifelong learners aged 50 and over in the Puget Sound region, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the UW is a treasure. And so is instructor Carlos Gil.