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February 29, 2020
Political science Professor Aseem Prakash weighs in on the conflict surrounding Amazon's reaction to its employees speaking out on climate change. Forbes
February 20, 2020
Performances by Grupo Corpo at Meany Center are featured in this list of recommended things to do in Seattle this week. Crosscut
February 20, 2020
Grupo Corpo's performance at Meany Center is featured on this "must list" of the best Seattle events this week. Seattle Magazine
February 20, 2020
This week at the UW, see art ranging in topics from classical music to climate change all over campus. UW News
February 20, 2020
Political science professor Aseem Prakash weighs in on how Jeff Bezos should spend the $10 billion he recently pledged to fight climate change. Forbes
February 20, 2020
Margaret O'Mara, history professor, discusses impacts of the unionization of crowd-funding company Kickstarter, one of the first large tech companies to unionize. The Hill
February 20, 2020
Political science is different from other "harder" sciences, but it's application of scientific methodology to humanities makes it distinct from other disciplines. The Daily
February 19, 2020
Victoria Meadows, astronomy professor, discusses new telescope and observatory technology and how it relates to the search for extraterrestrials. International Business Times
February 19, 2020
Bo Zhao, assistant professor of geography, has created an interactive map showing the spread of cornoavirus, as well as other factors such as regional death tolls and recovery rates. The Daily
February 18, 2020
A group of Washington elementary school students are lobbying for Washington to declare a Burke Museum specimen as the state dinosaur. KNKX
February 18, 2020
As part of its Re/frame series, the Henry Art Gallery's permanent collection of vintage undergarments was on display this past Thursday. The Daily
February 18, 2020
Political science professor Aseem Prakash weighs in on how Jeff Bezos should spend the $10 billion he's pledged to fight climate change. KUOW
February 18, 2020
Biology Professor Dee Boersma, known for her work in penguin conservation, has been nominated for the Indy Prize. Indy Star
February 18, 2020
Need a way to de-stress from midterms? This week at the UW, there's a plethora of opportunities to see art across a multitude of genres, such as dance, visual art, and more. UW News
February 17, 2020
History Professor Margaret O'Mara weighs in on the cause and impact of Jeff Bezos' recent commitment of $10 billion to fight climate change. New York Times
February 15, 2020
Carl Bergstromm, biology professor, discusses the misinformation about coronavirus, and how it's spreading. NPR
February 14, 2020
Victoria Meadows, astronomy professor, describes observations planned with the intention of searching for extraterrestrial life. The Guardian
February 13, 2020
Off the Rez Cafe, one of the Pacific Northwest's only Native American restaurants and co-owned by two UW alums, is recommended as a restaurant with both exceptional food and easy parking. Eater Seattle
February 13, 2020
Comparative History of Ideas senior Race Porter discusses his apparel company, HOMS, and how he's using it to advocate for mental health. Seattle Times
February 12, 2020
Communications Professor LeiLani Nishime discusses Asian-American representation in the hit movie "To All the Boys I've Loved Before." New York Times
February 12, 2020
Eric Bellm, research assistant professor of astronomy, discusses new technology is space observation. The American Association for the Advancement of Science
February 12, 2020
Biology Professor Lauren Buckley discusses new research into the effect of climate change on extinction rates. Popular Science
February 12, 2020
Assistant professor of geography, Bo Zhao, has created an interactive map showing the spread of coronovirus. The Weather Channel
February 11, 2020
History Professor Margaret O'Mara explains why so many Amazon workers support Bernie Sanders over other candidates, even though he criticizes their employer. KUOW
February 11, 2020
Lynn Fainsilber Katz, research professor of psychology, explains the devastating effects of having an emotionally unavailable partner. Woman's Day

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