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What's Coming in Arts & Sciences
Looking for something to do while "social distancing" at home? Check out some of the College's upcoming online events, recorded lectures, and more. You can find more online event content at the UW Alumni Association's Stronger Together page.
Professional Actor Training Program Virtual Showcase
The School of Drama presents its first-ever virtual showcase of solo performances by students in the Professional Actor Training Program Class of 2020, featuring original works that were self-written, produced, and performed. Visit uwdramalabs.com on Wednesday, April 15th for the launch of this first-ever Virtual Showcase!
For Kids & Adults: Burke from Home
Burke Museum staff have created online activities for audiences of all ages, including Q&A videos with Burke collection managers and curators, weekly curriculum packets on a variety of themes, activities for younger children, and more. Start exploring the Burke from Home offerings.
Trump in the World Lecture Series, Now Online
The presidency of Donald Trump is having a significant impact on international affairs, global alliances, and the role of the US in the world. A spring quarter online Jackson School of International Studies class explores the international impact of the Trump presidency. Some of the lectures will become available to the public on the Trump in the World webpage.
Earth Day 2020: Gaia Has a Fever
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, hear from Bucknell University professor Jennifer Thomson, author of The Wild and the Toxic: Health and American Environmental Politics, as she untangles the history of oil corporations, climate justice, and environmental governance. Sponsored by UW’s Department of History, Earth Day 2020, and College of the Environment. Live broadcast on April 22, 2-3 pm. Find more information on the History Department events page.
A Walkthrough of Jacob Lawrence Gallery Exhibition
While it’s not possible to visit the School of Art + Art History + Design’s Jacob Lawrence Gallery right now, the gallery has created a video walkthrough of its most recent exhibition "As, Not For: Dethroning Our Absolutes," which features work by African American graphic designers over the past century. View Jacob Lawrence Gallery exhibition online.
Connect Through Huskies@Work
Self-isolation doesn't have to be isolating. Make a career connection with Huskies@Work, which matches students with alumni who share career experiences, industry insights, and advice. It’s an easy and rewarding way for Huskies to connect! Application deadlines: April 12 for students, April 16 for alumni. Learn more about Huskies@Work.