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Julia Tai conducting
February 9, 2016
Julia Tai (2010), a conductor in Seattle, loves "the challenge of...pulling all the sound together to make something great." Read More
Shirley Malcom
February 9, 2016
Shirley Malcom (1967) has been a vocal advocate for equity in STEM fields, building on her own experiences in the sciences. Read More
Ambassador Alan Mustard with a Turkmenistan government official
February 9, 2016
"A strong sense of curiosity is an absolute necessity," says Allan Mustard (1978), U.S. Ambassador to Turkmenistan. Read More
Matthew Moore
February 9, 2016
Matthew Moore (2008), a game designer at Disney Interactive, says studying the humanities has made him a better designer. Read More
Boy drinking safe water thanks to the nonprofit Splash.
February 9, 2016
Eric Stowe (2001, 2003) founded Splash to ensure safe water for children living in urban poverty in Asia and Africa. Read More
Doug and Maggie Walker
January 7, 2016
Pioneer, adventurist, and 'Renaissance man' Doug Walker remembered Read More
December 9, 2015
Recent awards and honors to faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences. Read More
Mother playing with her child.
December 9, 2015
Through a pilot program, parents learn how they can help their children develop the skills of self-regulation and effortful control. Read More
Nancy Wick and Rudy Roushdi
December 9, 2015
Why do people give to the College of Arts and Sciences? Three donors share their stories. Read More
Catherine Connors, UW Dept of Classics
December 9, 2015
Faculty across the College recommend a favorite book related to their field. Read More
UW English Professor Tom Foster
December 9, 2015
An English Department course takes a serious look at comic book superheroes and what they tell us about history and our changing world. Read More
The UW Chamber Singers rehearse Handel's Messiah.
December 9, 2015
Recently honored by the Western Museum Association, Burke Museum Executive Director Julie Stein discusses her years at the museum. Read More
Sarah Nash Gates
December 8, 2015
Sarah Nash Gates, former executive director of the UW School of Drama, was a longtime leader in the Seattle theater community. Read More
UW Chamber Singers
December 3, 2015
Handel's Messiah gets a twist in a production at Meany Hall presented by the UW School of Music and Pacific MusicWorks. Read More
Climate Change Video Thumbnail
November 16, 2015
A changing climate presents challenges for ecosystems, industry, and society. Researchers in the Department of Biology at the University of Washington are addressing those challenges and helping find solutions from the forests of Mt. Rainier to the waters of Puget Sound. Read More
A&S Dean Robert Stacey with Major General William Hix
November 10, 2015
Bob Stacey talks about the UW's commitment to veterans and shares why Veteran's Day has personal meaning for him. Read More
researcher in Biology lab
November 10, 2015
Researchers study how animals move, navigate, and use their senses during flight at a new center funded by the Air Force. Read More
Artists and veterans Mik Roque and David Bonicillo
November 10, 2015
Two veterans majoring in art at the UW discuss their military service, their art, and the relationship between the two. Read More
Sergeant Christopher Land in South Korea
November 4, 2015
The UW's Integrated Social Sciences degree program allows students to take courses anywhere--including active-duty military stationed abroad. Read More
Lieutenant Colonel Jaren Price, Asia-Pacific Military Fellow at UW
November 3, 2015
A new Asia-Pacific Military Fellowship in the Jackson School provides immersion in the history and culture of Asian countries. Read More

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