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Research That Matters Magazine

Research That Matters is an annual publication featuring stories of the UW College of Education's latest research and partnerships to help ensure all students reach their full creative potential. Read Research That Matters online.

UW Alumni Association

The UW Alumni Association seeks to reach, connect and celebrate alumni and friends of the University of Washington to build lifelong relationships, and to support the University's mission. Nearly a third of the school's living graduates—more than 55,000—are members, making the UWAA one of the largest alumni associations in the nation. Members of the UWAA are eligible to receive a number of benefits and services. Get exclusive access to University facilities and invitations to popular events. Stay connected to fellow alumni and friends, help raise money for student scholarships and get hundreds of great discounts at shops and restaurants all across the country. Learn more about UWAA membership.

Columns Magazine

Columns is available to everyone in its online edition. Most graduates with a 4-year degree from UW or any UWAA alumni member will automatically receive the print edition of Columns magazine. Graduates with certificate program degrees or 2-year Master's degrees may only receive the magazine by joining the UWAA. If you formerly received the print edition and no longer do, you may opt to again receive Columns by mail.


Viewpoint is a publication in partnership with the diversity community of the University of Washington and the UW Alumni Association. Published twice a year, Viewpoint tells stories and profiles UW students, faculty and alumni who are making a difference. Read Viewpoint online.

COE Featured Stories

Keisha Scarlett (EdD '18) discusses the recent guidance of a National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine committee for safely reopening K-12 schools in the 2020-21 school year.
As a first-generation Mexican-American, Yasmeen Pelayo didn’t speak Spanish fluently until high school. Lacking the ability to speak the language was damaging to her identity as a Mexican-American.