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Yehuda Hayuth.
October 1, 2002
Although Yehuda Hayuth (Ph.D., '77) is president of the University of Haifa in Israel, he still makes time to teach at the University of Washington each summer. Read More
This mural of 1980s hunger striker Bobby Sands, in the Falls Road area of Belfast, is one of many murals addressing the conflict in Northern Ireland.
October 1, 2002
Through a three-quarter program in Northern Ireland, South Africa, and Cyprus, UW students explored the causes of conflict. Read More
During one exchange weekend, UW and University of British Columbia students toured the Duwamish River with Duwamish tribe member James Rasmussen.
October 1, 2002
Canadian and American students collaborate through an innovative course offered jointly by the UW, Western Washington University, and University of British Columbia. Read More
For one experiment, Lisa Miller measures the turbidity of the water using a secchi disk
October 1, 2002
At the Summer Institute in Life Science, offered by UW Biology Program, middle school teachers do a lot of hands-on learning--and gain ideas for their own classrooms. Read More
In this 1942 photo, Burma Independence Army (BIA) troops arrive near Tavoy, Burma.
July 1, 2002
International studies professor Mary Callahan’s new book is Making Enemies: War and State Building in Burma. Read More
2002 Dean's Medalists (from left) Roy Chan, Jasmin Weaver, Suzanne DiCarlo, and Thomas Carlson.
July 1, 2002
Meet the Dean's Medalists for 2002, representing the top student in each of the College's four divisions. Read More
Alex Bolton, seated, with Senator Pat Hale. Bolton was an intern in Senator Hale's office.
July 1, 2002
UW undergraduates in the Legislative Internship Program spend winter quarter in Olympia, learning the intricacies of state politics as they intern for legislators. Read More
David Brooks.
July 1, 2002
A childhood interest in astronomy, renewed in adulthood, led David Brooks to support postdoctoral fellowships in the Department of Astronomy. Read More
Ellen Duffield checks on algae and fungi in one of the Botany Department’s refrigerated growth chambers.
July 1, 2002
Many A&S staff have specialized skills that are valuable to their department but not highly visible to the larger community. Meet four staff with unusual and specialized jobs. Read More
Elizabeth Angell
March 19, 2002
An interview with Rhodes Scholar Elizabeth Angell (BA, History, International Studies, 2001). Read More
Yuki Sato
October 1, 2001
October 1, 2001

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