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Leonardo DiVinci sculpture
November 4, 2019
Check out some of the exciting upcoming College of Arts & Sciences events. Read More
A dog running
November 4, 2019
A sampling of recent stories in local and national media featuring College of Arts & Sciences faculty and alumni. Read More
Kate Fernandez standing near artwork at the Burke Museum
November 4, 2019
Kate Fernandez wants you to see all research happening at the Burke Museum. She’s made it easy to know where to look. Read More
Racquel West framed by shelves of storage at the Burke Museum.
November 4, 2019
UW senior Racquel West has always loved museums. Now she spends nearly every day in one. Read More
Matt and Maria Proser in the 1990s
October 25, 2019
When they met as UW graduate students in 1958, neither Matthew Proser nor Maria Augenblick knew that it would be the beginning of a 60-year love story — and inspire a graduate fellowship in the Department of English. Read More
Your ArtSci banner
October 18, 2019
Check out these unique Arts & Sciences courses for Winter Quarter 2020. Read More
Burke Museum exterior
October 1, 2019
Check out some of the exciting events coming this month. Read More
Dean Robert Stacey portrait
October 1, 2019
Dean Robert Stacey welcomes students to the new academic year and shares opportunities to explore in the College. Read More
Portrait of Lyda Harris
October 1, 2019
Biology doctoral student Lyda Harris studies the environmental dangers of microplastics and advocates for reducing our use of plastics. Read More
Professor James Wellman outside UW's Kane Hall
October 1, 2019
Comparative religion professor James Wellman explores the critical role of religion in politics. Read More
Wikimedia photo of cellphone
October 1, 2019
Linguistics professor Emily Bender explores the challenges involved when computers handle human language, and the ethical issues that can arise. Read More
Arts course student painting.
September 25, 2019
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Awards the UW a $600,000 grant for arts and creativity. Read More
Ann Nelson, backpacking
September 16, 2019
Professor Ann Nelson, who held the Kenneth K. Young Chair of Physics and was a tireless advocate for diversity in the field, died from a fall while backpacking in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness on August 4, 2019. Professor Nelson was a brilliant theoretical physicist who specialized in particle physics and cosmology and had been at the University of Washington since 1994. She was a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and was a recipient of the J.J. Sakurai prize for theoretical particle physics from the American Physical Society. Read More
Dean Robert Stacey with 2019 Dean's Medalists and Graduate Medalists
August 8, 2019
Eight exceptional Arts & Sciences students have been selected as 2019 Dean's Medalists and Graduate Medalists. Read More
A physics student wears an immersive headset to attempt a physics experiment in virtual reality.
August 6, 2019
Doctoral student Jared Canright is exploring the potential of virtual reality to explain physics concepts to UW undergraduates. Read More
illustration of person on road facing roadblocks including a downed tree and a burning car.
August 5, 2019
In "Learning from Failure," a Law, Societies & Justice course, alumni share how they've overcome roadblocks on the way to successful careers. Read More
Timea Tihanyi and Wanna Huang at a 3D printer, watching a clay artwork develop.
August 2, 2019
For her research into 3D printing with clay, artist Timea Tihanyi collaborates with faculty and students across campus. Read More
Anu Taranath standing on a bridge in Mexico
August 1, 2019
In her book Beyond Guilt Trips, principal lecturer Anu Taranath discusses how travelers can respectfully explore other cultures. Read More
Professors Andrew Meltzoff and Patricia Kuhl with children.
July 31, 2019
A $16 million grant will support I-LABS research into human brain development throughout childhood. Read More
Benjamin Hall
July 29, 2019
Emeritus Professor Ben Hall's research made a profound impact on the UW, the Puget Sound region and the world. Read More