Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards

Meet Our Staff

Robin Chang, Director

206-543-2603
robinc@uw.edu

Contact Robin regarding any scholarships, including:
Beinecke Scholarship
Carnegie Endowment Junior Fellowship
Class of 1954, 1957 and 1962 Scholarships
Churchill Scholarship
Fulbright US Student Program
Gates Cambridge Scholarship
Goldwater Scholarship
Luce Scholars Program
Marshall Scholarship
Martin Family Foundation Scholarships
Mitchell Scholarship
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Pickering Fellowships
Rangel Fellowship
Rhodes Scholarship
Yenching Academy

Emily Smith, Assistant Director

206-543-4170
emilys42@uw.edu

Contact Emily regarding any scholarships, including:
Boren Undergraduate Scholarship for language study abroad
Critical Language Scholarships
Class of 1954, 1957 and 1962 Scholarships
DAAD Undergraduate Scholarship and DAAD RISE (DAAD: German Academic Exchange Service)
DAAD Graduate Research or Study Scholarships
Fulbright US Student Program
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Eleanor Davis Pinkham Scholarship
Schwarzman Scholarship
Truman Scholarship
Udall Scholarship
YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund

Victoria Tyron, Student Associate

206-543-4282
scholarq@uw.edu
Contact Victoria regarding general scholarship inquiries, for appointment assistance and/or to schedule a scholarships presentation or discussion with your student group, class or meeting.

Mona Pitre-Collins

Immediate Past Director (Ret.)

Center for Experiential Learning and Diversity

OMSFA is housed in the Center for Experiential Learning and Diversity (EXPD), along with ten other programs: The Carlson Leadership and Public Service Center, Dream Project, Early Identification Program, Global Opportunities, Husky Leadership Initiative, Jumpstart, Ronald E. McNair Program, Mary Gates Endowment for Students, Pipeline Project, and Undergraduate Research Program. OMSFA collaborates closely with these other EXPD programs to identify and reach out to engaged students.

OMSFA is a unit within Undergraduate Academic Affairs in collaboration with the Office Minority Affairs and Diversity.

National Association of Fellowships Advisors

OMSFA is a member of the National Association of Fellowships Advisors (NAFA). NAFA’s mission is to guide advisors in promoting the full potential of fellowship candidates through the application process, and to foster the continued growth and professionalization of fellowship advising in higher education.