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National Name Exchange 2.0 [Overview for UW Depts] Presentation Transcript

  • 1. The recruitment toolkit you never knew you had!
  • 2. What is the NNE?
    Was established to help match graduate schools with
    minority students interested in graduate education.
    The National Name Exchange seeks to:
    Increase the number of qualified minority students accepted into graduate school;
    Improve student access to information on graduate school opportunities.
    Work towards personalizing the recruitment effort by designating a National Name Exchange institutional & department representatives to facilitate information exchange between the institution and prospective students.
    Assist graduate schools (and depts) in identifying qualified minority candidates for consideration for graduate study.
  • 3. Member Institutions [52]
    Arizona State University
    Boise State University
    Boise State University
    Brown University
    California Institute of Technology
    Cornell University
    Duke University
    Florida A & M University
    Harvard University
    Howard University
    New Mexico State University
    Northwestern University
    Ohio State University
    Oregon State University
    Princeton University
    Rutgers University
    Stanford University
    Texas A & M University
    University of Arizona
    University of California, Berkeley
    University of California, Davis
    University of California, Irvine
    University of California, Los Angeles
    University of California, Riverside
    University of California, San Diego
    • University of California, Santa Cruz
    • 4. University of Chicago
    • 5. University of Colorado, Boulder
    • 6. University of Delaware
    • 7. University of Florida
    • 8. University of Idaho
    • 9. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
    • 10. University of Kansas
    • 11. University of Maryland, College Park
    • 12. University of Miami
    • 13. University of Michigan
    • 14. University of Minnesota
    • 15. University of Nevada
    • 16. University of New Mexico
    • 17. University of North Carolina
    • 18. University of North Texas
    • 19. University of Oklahoma
    • 20. University of Pennsylvania
    • 21. University of Southern California
    • 22. University of Texas, Austin
    • 23. University of Utah
    • 24. University of Virginia
    • 25. University of Washington
    • 26. University of Wyoming
    • 27. Washington State University
    • 28. Washington University
    • 29. Yale University
  • UW Departments Using NNE [77]
    Accounting
    Aeronautics and Astronautics
    Anthropology
    Aquatic & Fishery Sciences
    Architecture
    Art
    Asian Languages and Literature
    Astronomy
    Atmospheric Sciences
    Biochemistry
    Bioengineering
    Biology
    Biomedical and Health Informatics
    Biostatistics
    Chemical Engineering
    Chemistry
    Civil & Environmental Engineering
    Classics
    Communication
    Comparative Literature
    Computer Science & Engineering
    Department of Health Services
    Drama
    Earth and Space Sciences
    Economics*
    Education
    Electrical Engineering
    English
    • Environmental and Occupational
    Health Sciences
    • Environmental Health
    • 30. Epidemiology
    • 31. Evans School of Public Affairs
    • 32. Forest Resources
    • 33. Genome Sciences
    • 34. Germanics
    • 35. Graduate Admissions
    • 36. Graduate School
    • 37. Health Services
    • 38. History
    • 39. IAS - Master of Arts in Policy Studies
    • 40. Immunology
    • 41. Industrial Engineering
    • 42. Information School
    • 43. Institute of Technology [UWB]
    • 44. Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
    • 45. International Studies
    • 46. Linguistics
    • 47. Materials Science and Engineering
    • 48. Mathematics
    • 49. MCB
    • 50. Mechanical Engineering
    • 51. Medical History and Ethics
    • 52. Medicinal Chemistry
    • 53. Microbiology
    • 54. Museology
    • 55. Music*
    • 56. Neurobiology & Behavior*
    • 57. Nursing
    • 58. Oceanography
    • 59. Oral Biology
    • 60. Pathobiology, Global Health
    • 61. Pathology
    • 62. Philosophy*
    • 63. Physics
    • 64. Physiology and Biophysics
    • 65. Political Science
    • 66. Psychology*
    • 67. Public Health Genetics
    • 68. Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management*
    • 69. Rehabilitation Medicine
    • 70. Social Work
    • 71. Sociology
    • 72. Speech & Hearing Sciences
    • 73. Technical Communication
    • 74. Urban Design and Planning
    • 75. Women Studies
    *= depts who use notes feature
  • 76. How Do Students Benefit?
    Participating in the National Name Exchange has really been valuable to me. It’s been an eye opening experience. It really feels good when top institutions contact you to let you know about their graduate programs. This has taught me not to limit myself when applying to graduate school and to aim for nothing less than the stars.
    — Student Participant, University of Maryland
    I am hearing from schools that I’m not sure I would have pursued otherwise, such as Harvard, Stanford, and Berkeley.
    Student Participant, University of Florida —
  • 77. What’s In It For Us?
    Relationship management
    Store notes [i.e. contacted student on 3/30, is also considering offers from Berkeley, etc.]
    Custom filter information that’s important to your program
    Sort by GPA, graduation year, ethnicity, research experience, area of interest, institution, already contacted, date contacted
    Access to over 6K students nationwide
  • 78. What’s In It For Us? Con’t
    Real time access to student info & notifications
    Create/store email templates to students
    i.e. Response to students seeking info about specific programs in department, Funding opportunities, About the UW/Seattle
  • 79. Current Participants
  • 80. Manage Academic Programs
  • 81. How Departments use the NNE
    To let students know when they’re in town for recruitment fairs, coffee, etc.
    Sort by institution, zip code, etc.
    Sync with departmental prospective student database
    Maintain communication with prospectives year round, rather than 1x year.
  • 82. Contact:
    Sophia Agtarap: sagtarap@uw.edu OR 206.543.9016 in the GO-MAP Office
    Need a log-in, or forgot yours
    Refresher on how to use the NNE
    Go over best practices