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    Jackson School centers receive $16 million for international education. Learn more.
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    New look for ArtsUW website makes it easier than ever to search arts events at UW. Visit site.
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    Sixty entering freshmen launched their UW careers in Leon, Spain. View Story.
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    A summer institute immerses arts, humanities, and social sciences undergrads in research. View Story.
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    Students actively participate in Biology class, even in the largest lecture courses. View Story.

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News and Media Coverage

Science of strangers: Military research could boost cops' people skills
Two self-described "philosopher cops" from the West Coast are leaders of an effort to train police and military in better social interactions with citizens and civilians. One of the "philosopher cops" is Jonathon Wender, lecturer in sociology. Learn more at NBC News .
Minority representation gaps, by the numbers
A guest piece by Tyler Reny, a PhD student in political science, and a co-author look at minority representation in state and local legislatures. Learn more at Washington Post .

From the Current Issue of Perspectives Newsletter

Mad Campus artwork

Celebrating Art—and the UW Campus
Discover artworks in unexpected spaces on the UW's Seattle campus through Mad Campus, a temporary exhibition. Read Story

Students in Leon

Launching in León
Sixty entering freshmen launched their UW careers in León, Spain through a new study abroad program offered by the College. Read Story

SIAH participant Tahoma Wrubleski, right

A Summer Dive into Research
Students in the Summer Institute for the Arts and Humanities spent nine weeks pursuing independent research. Read Story

Student in Tahiti

Experiencing the Real Tahiti
Undergraduates in an immersive summer program explored the implications of French Polynesia being a French colony. Read Story


EVENTS

FEATURED EVENTS

Mad Campus

Mad Campus
Campus-Wide
September 13-October 25

The Human Rights Crisis in Central America: Conversations and Music from Honduran Artist and Feminist Karla Lara

The Human Rights Crisis in Central America: Conversations and Music from Honduran Artist and Feminist Karla Lara
Thomson Hall, Room 101
October 22, 2014

John Paul II's Pilgrimage to Poland

John Paul II's Pilgrimage to Poland
Walker-Ames, Kane Hall
October 22

Conversations & Music from Honduran Artist + Feminist in Resistance Karla Lara

Conversations & Music from Honduran Artist + Feminist in Resistance Karla Lara
Thomson Hall, Room 101
October 22, 2014