The University of Washington’s Jackson School of International Studies has received funding from the U.S. Department of Education for all eight of its Title VI centers — surpassing other institutions
When Kent Hill (MA, REECAS, 1976; PhD, Russian History, 1980) finished his MAIS degree at the Jackson School, he originally wanted to become a Foreign Service Officer, but after his
Jackson School MAIS student Kent Oglesby was one of four University of Washington graduate students selected to lead 2014 master’s and doctoral graduates into Husky Stadium for commencement on June
But thanks to the University of Washington’s FLAS (Foreign Language and Area Studies) fellowship program, UW law student Caitlyn Evans is getting that chance. The program awards tuition and living
Jackson School graduate students Nick Persons, Ruben Valencia, and Rachel Cook were awarded the State Department’s Critical Language Scholarships (CLS) for intensive language study abroad this summer. The CLS Program
Wes Kovarik (MAIS/JD 2014), is one of 23 graduate-student recipients of the Harold W. Rosenthal Fellowship. He will spend the summer working in the Washington, D.C., office of U.S. Rep.