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Middle school students at a Pi Day math fair.
May 23, 2019
Graduate students in applied mathematics bring their excitement to math events at K-12 schools. Read More
David Armstrong stands at the front doors of the 5th Avenue Theater.
May 23, 2019
A new course highlights how disenfranchised communities created a distinctly American art form. Read More
Kemi Adeyemi in the Jacob Lawrence Gallery
May 10, 2019
The Black Embodiments Studio examines how definitions of blackness are produced and expressed through the arts. Read More
May 1, 2019
“We want the arts to be part of the DNA of every student’s experience." – Catherine Cole, Divisional Dean of the Arts. Read More
Students talking in groups in the classroom.
April 26, 2019
When registering for autumn quarter courses, why not sign up for something unexpected? Consider these intriguing offerings in the College of Arts & Sciences. Read More
Brian Reed, Divisional Dean of the Humanities (portrait)
April 18, 2019
Benjamin and Margaret Hall
April 3, 2019
The College of Arts and Sciences mourns the passing of Benjamin “Ben” Hall, emeritus professor of genome sciences and biology. Professor Hall served as a university faculty member since 1963, and continued his work with students and faculty and gave back to the UW community long after retirement. Read More
Nowruz Persian New Year
March 31, 2019
Near Eastern Languages and Civilization celebrates the Persian New Year. Read More
Illustration of part of Washington state filled with words from poetry
March 19, 2019
Students in the Department of English have created an interactive map of site-specific poetry in Washington state. Read More
Tami Hohn at white board, teaching Southern Lushootseed
March 19, 2019
The Southern Lushootseed language, once spoken where the UW now sits, is finding new speakers through a UW course. Read More
Lee Fiorio and Connor Gilroy in front of three rows of computers
March 19, 2019
The public may balk at the sharing of social media data, but social scientists use the information to understand our world. Read More
Portrait of Chante Hamann, standing in one of the School of Drama's storage rooms for costumes.
March 19, 2019
A School of Drama graduate student has found historical treasures among costumes tucked away in storage boxes for decades. Read More
A hawk moth flying toward a flower.
March 19, 2019
Flying insects navigate by collecting minimal data, but just the right data — a possible inspiration for new technologies. Read More
Bob Stacey, Dean of Arts and Sciences
March 19, 2019
Dean Stacey discusses the role of data science at the UW and plans for more introductory data science courses in the College. Read More
Abari Charles selfie
March 7, 2019
Arts & Sciences students — and faculty — weigh in on how to make the most of faculty office hours: Read More
Life Sciences Building
February 27, 2019
The LEED Gold building took the top honor after public voting from across the region. Read More
Salish Sea Sunset
February 25, 2019
A collaborative effort between the UW’s Department of Biology and the Washington State Department of Ecology explored what makes ocean waters more acidic. Read More
New Life Sciences Building and Greenhouse
February 8, 2019
The UW's Life Sciences Building (LSB) is a 2018 “Building of the Year” finalist. Vote for it by February 15. Read More
student analyzes a painting
February 7, 2019
Need to fulfill your VLPA credits? These courses are sure to transform and inspire you! Read More
Student on computer, photographed from above.
February 7, 2019
Advice from the UW's scholarship office and Arts & Sciences students about the scholarship process. Read More