Advising

Lorna Hamill

Contacting  Academic Advising  Office

LORNA T. HAMILL
Academic Counselor
Office: Padelford (PDL) B-504
Phone: (206) 221-0664
Email: aesadvising@uw.edu

Office Hours:   Administrative and advising activities are currently remote only. Please email me directly to set up an appointment.

If you have questions regarding any aspect of the American Ethnic Studies major, please, send the adviser an e-mail message, or call her by telephone to set up an appointment.  Please include your UWID and student number.

International Student Services

Updated information regarding the most recent US Homeland Security announcement can be found on the ISS website: https://iss.washington.edu/

Campus Writing Resources

The UW Center for Learning and Undergraduate Enrichment (CLUE) CLUE offers drop-in tutoring, discussions sessions led by graduate and senior undergraduate students, and a writing center. For more information, visit their website: http://depts.washington.edu/clue/index.php

Other UW and on-line resources are available: http://lib.washington.edu/research/wri.html

Other UW Resources

UW Libraries Ethnic Studies Area Specialists

Area specialist are available in the UW Odegaard and Suzzallo libraries to assist students interested in AES topics, including this Racial Justice Resource guide. Mr. Harry Murphy is the Coordinating Selector for the American Ethnic Studies area. He can be reached at 543-2060 or maurice@uw.edu

Black Lives Matter

In solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and the fight against systemic racism, anti-Blackness, and police brutality, the Simpson Center for the Humanities has compiled an updated list of videos, websites, articles, books, research clusters, and other resources from Simpson Center-affiliated scholars.


 

Remember: Many questions can be answered by reading the major requirements page in the Programs & Courses section on this website.