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Francisco Javier Fernandez Alvarez, mayor of León, and Ana Mari Cauce, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, look at a fish-eye drawing of León, given to the University by the city of León.
March 9, 2009
To visit the UW’s newest campus, you’ll have to book a plane ticket. And brushing up on your Spanish couldn’t hurt. Read More
Michael Brown talks to a tour participant about gay and lesbian history in Seattle.
March 9, 2009
Tour downtown Seattle with Professor Michael Brown and you’ll experience the city from a rarely seen perspective, focusing on Seattle’s gay and lesbian history. Read More
Richard Gray, Lockwood Professor in the Department  of Germanics
March 9, 2009
Greed. Excess. Exploitation of natural resources. Sound familiar? In a new book, Money Matters, Professor Richard Gray explores how these issues played out in late 18th and early 19th century Germany. Read More
More Than Math
September 17, 2008
During the Summer Institute for Mathematics at the UW, high school students spend six weeks exploring math topics with UW faculty and like-minded peers. Read More
Josh Johnston (far right) cheers as passengers exit the bus to begin a day of volunteeering.
September 8, 2008
Josh Johnston ('03) and a group of friends founded The Washington Bus as a way to involve young people in politics. Read More
Gavin Hill and graduate student Mandy Politzner role play with puppets to practice effective social communication.
September 8, 2008
At the Speech and Hearing Clinic's Communication Camp, children work on their communication skills with the assistance of graduate students, who gain valuable clinical experience. Read More
Paula Holmes-Eber discusses North African and Middle Eastern tea service as ritual during the 2008 Summer Seminar for Educators.
September 8, 2008
The Jackson School’s Summer Seminar for Educators, offered annually, focused on rituals this year, ranging from a North African tea service to a Day of the Dead celebration to Makah whaling traditions. Read More
David Kaplan (left) and Richard Coffey stand in the “hot aisle” of Athena’s two long rows of computer hardware.
September 8, 2008
It doesn't look like much, but Athena is currently the most powerful computer on the UW campus, helping scientists tackle fundamental questions about our universe. Read More
Members of the College Advisory Committee on Advising and Student Services include (from left) Judi  Clark, Melissa Wensel, Cynthia Caci, Brooke Miller, Lani Stone, Carrie Perrin, Paul LePore, Kevin Mihata, and  Jim Donnen.
September 1, 2008
While A&S advisers guide students through the UW's myriad offerings, they also work with faculty on curriculum planning, create opportunities for alums to talk with current students, and more. Related stories: Career Discovery Week | Advisory Group of A&S Advisers Read More
September 1, 2008
UW joins the University of the Arctic. Read More
Tristan Seniuk has taken about 20 film-related courses at the UW.
July 8, 2008
The College has seen a dramatic increase in film-related courses and programs in the past decade, ranging from classes on film genres and directors to courses on digital cinema production. Read More
July 8, 2008
In the Classics course "Classic Mythology Through Film," students study cinematic versions of ancient myths. Read More
Native Voices students, past and present, gathered recently at the 2008 Native Voices Film Festival.
July 7, 2008
Though the Native Voices program, students create film documentaries involving Indigenous research. Read More
Angelina Godoy (center, seated) with students in the Responsible Apparel Purchasing task force.
July 7, 2008
Students in the Jackson School's Responsible Apparel Purchasing task force explored labor issues related to the production of apparel that bears a University of Washington logo. Related stories: The President as Evaluator Read More
A&S alumni on the staff at the Northwest African American Museum include (from left) Barbara Lavert, Brian Carter, Kay Hubbard, Barbara Earl Thomas, and Carver Gayton (now retired).
July 7, 2008
The new Northwest African American Museum opened in Seattle in March, with many A&S alumni among its dedicated staff. Read More

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