The Evans School of Public Affairs hosts between 10–15 midcareer professionals from around the world every year through the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program. The fellows take part in one year of advanced non-degree study to gain hands-on experience with and theoretical knowledge of how the U.S. approaches work in their professional fields.
Past Humphrey fellows have come from the following fields:
- Natural resources & environmental management
- Public policy analysis & public administration
- Economic development
- Technology policy
- Finance & banking
- Human resource management
- Education planning
- Urban/regional planning
- Democratic development
The University of Washington is one of only 17 universities in the U.S. where Humphrey fellows are placed and has hosted more than 300 fellows from 100 different nations since 1987. For the Evans School, this program has been an invaluable resource of perspectives on public policy issues that cross international boundaries.
Learn more about our 2013–2014 Hubert H. Humphrey program fellows (1,387 KB PDF)
Learn more about the last cohort's professional affiliations
The Humphrey Fellowship Program is administered by the Institute of International Education and is primarily supported by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
Find out more about the Humphrey Fellowship Program at the Evans School and resources for fellows by contacting our Student Services office at email@example.com or 206.543.4900. Follow the Evans School Humphrey program on Facebook.