Here's a sampling of recent news stories in local and national media featuring College of Arts & Sciences faculty and staff:
Jeffrey Riffell, professor of biology explains how new research shows that orchids could be used as mosquito repellent. Source: New Atlas
Joshua Reid, history professor, discusses the "Real Rent Duwamish" project and the history of the US breaking treaties with Indigenous people. Source: The Seattle Times
Shannon Dorsey, psychology professor, is the lead author of a study on how cognitive behavioral therapy can help children in low-income countries recover from traumatic events. Source: UW News
Jackson School lecturer Scott Montgomery analyzes how the US-Iran conflict is affecting oil prices. Source: The Conversation
The Henry Art Gallery's new exhibition, "In Plain Sight," highlights the work of senior curator Shamim Momin and her approach to storytelling through curation. Source: Seattle Times
Read more news stories on the College of Arts & Sciences website.