• ‘Lux Aeterna’ transmits an experience of technical migration, desire to resist capitalism

    A new exhibit at the Jacob Lawrence Art Gallery, 'Lux Aeterna,' "explore(s) the physical and virtual worlds created by technology."

    The Daily
  • Ross: Here comes the COVID sequel

    Carl Bergstrom, professor of biology at the UW, talks about the ways that social media is designed to surround people with their personal version of what’s true, regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and other topics.

    Kiro Radio
  • Why Are New York And Seattle Mayoral Candidates Not Talking About Climate Change?

    "Both New York and Seattle are in the process of electing their mayors. Because these cities are very liberal, the key election to watch for is the Democratic primary. Unless something unexpected were to occur between now and November, the candidate winning the Democratic primary will become the next mayor. In both cities, mayor hopefuls are focusing on crime, policing and homelessness. Climate change does not seem to be on their agendas. Why is this surprising?" write the UW's Nives Dolšak, professor of marine and environmental affairs, and Aseem Prakash, professor of political science.

  • What's Happened to Civility?

    Fights on airplanes, arguments over wearing a mask, white people calling police unnecessarily when a person of color shows up in their neighborhood and road rage incidents that end in gunfire. That is just some of the bad behavior going on these days as the lack of civility in American society seems to be out of control. Ralina Joseph, associate professor of communication at the UW, is interviewed on the "Chino Y Chicano" podcast.

    Chino y Chicano
  • Natural Sciences Division Welcomes 12 New Faculty Members

    New hires will join colleagues in the departments of Applied Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Psychology, and Statistics. 

  • UW to lead new NSF institute for using artificial intelligence to understand dynamic systems

    The U.S. National Science Foundation today announced 11 new artificial-intelligence research institutes, including one led by the University of Washington. These institutes are part of a $220 million investment spanning seven research areas in AI. Each institute will receive about $20 million over five years.

    UW News
  • What to see this week: Works by LGBTQ ceramicists and a visual time capsule of quarantine life

    An exhibit selected by Henry Art Gallery director of curitorial affairs Shamim M. Momin is featured as this week's A&E Pick of the Week.

    The Seattle Times
  • Washington state universities will lead AI research institutes funded by National Science Foundation

    The UW and Washington State University are adding artificial intelligence research institutes thanks to $40 million in funding from the National Science Foundation. UW’s research lab, the AI Institute for Dynamic Systems, will focus on fundamental AI and machine learning theory. Steve Brunton, associate professor of mechanical engineering at the UW and associate director of the institute, is referenced. The UW's J. Nathan Kutz, professor of applied mathematics; Krithika Manohar, assistant professor of mechanical engineering; Maryam Fazel, professor of electrical and computer engineering; Daniela Witten, professor of biostatistics; and David Beck, research associate professor of chemical engineering, are mentioned.

  • Climate change to fuel increase in human-wildlife conflict, UW biologist says

    Briana Abrahms, an assistant professor of biology, explains the significance of climate change and human-wildlife conflicts.

    UW News
  • ArtSci Roundup: Lux Aeterna, Faculty Trio: Beethoven Piano Trios, Part 3, and More

    This week at the UW, attend gallery exhibitions, watch recorded events, and more.

    UW News