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September 21, 2020
"A Singular Post" at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery mimics how "information is communicated but imagines a method that looks a different than what we're used to." The Stranger
September 10, 2020
Emeritus Professor Eric Adelberger, Professor Jens Gundlach, and Professor Blayne Heckel are the recipients of the 2021 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics. Department of Physics
September 9, 2020
The CDC this week adjusted its guidance for coronavirus exposure to say people without symptoms “do not necessarily need a test.” Carl Bergstrom, professor of biology, is quoted. The Hill
September 3, 2020
Christopher Adolph, associate professor of political science, authored a study showing that governor's political party is the biggest factor in whether a state has imposed a mask mandate. The Washington Post
September 2, 2020
Scott Freeman, principle lecture emeritus, and Elli Theobald, assistant teaching professor of biology, explain why lecturing actively harms underrepresented minority and low-income students. Inside Higher Ed
September 2, 2020
Associate professor of history Adam Warren explains how traditional burial practices in Peru have been disrupted by the pandemic. AP News
September 2, 2020
Carl Bergstrom, biology professor, discusses university privacy laws and their relation to COVID-19 data. The Washington Post
September 2, 2020
Katherine Beckett, professor of sociology and law, society, and justice is quoted in this article about law and order politics. Christian Science Monitor
September 2, 2020
Ian Kennedy, a sociology graduate student, discusses his new study on racialized language in Seattle-area rental ads. KUOW
September 2, 2020
The Henry Art Gallery and Jacob Lawrence Gallery are adapting their re-openings amidst COVID-19. The Stranger
September 1, 2020
Daudi Abe, author of an upcoming book on Northwest rap, tells us what makes the local scene so special. UW Magazine
September 1, 2020
A UW Professor has worked to make fine art accessible in his Summer 2020 class "Printmaking Without a Press." UW Magazine
September 1, 2020
Tetsuden Kashima, professor of American Ethnic Studies, contributed to an educational game about the experience of being a Japanese American during WWII. Newsweek
September 1, 2020
Emeritus research psychologist Michael D. Beecher discusses the complex calls of song sparrows. Forbes
September 1, 2020
The UW has been given $12.5M in federal funding to lead a cohort of institutions tackling foundational challenges in the field of data science. GeekWire
September 1, 2020
Center for Conservation Biology orca researcher Deborah Giles explains Southern orca resident presence in the Salish Sea. KUOW
September 1, 2020
Christian Sidor, biology professor, discusses the history of hibernation. Smithsonian
September 1, 2020
Carl Bergstrom, biology professor, explains America's lack of a strategy for asymptomatic testing. ProPublica
September 1, 2020
Scott Montgomery, professor of international studies, discusses the silver linings of the post-pandemic energy landscape. Global Policy Journal
August 31, 2020
Josh Reid, associate professor of American Indian Studies and of history explains King County's decision to add tribal affiliations to its homelessness database. The Seattle Times
August 31, 2020
Jacob Grumbach, assistant professor of political science, explains how unionization can help fix racial inequality. Buisness Insider
August 31, 2020
Patricia Louie, professor of sociology, explains bias in medical textbooks and how it endangers BIPOC. Refinery29
August 31, 2020
Jayadev Athreya, associate professor of mathematics, explains research into the Dodecahedron, a shape formed with twelve pentagons. Quanta Magazine
August 30, 2020
Megan Whitney, doctoral student in biology, and Christian Sidor, biology professor discuss new evidence suggesting a species that roamed the Earth with the dinosaurs hibernated. CNN
August 30, 2020
James Gregory, professor of history, explains debates over Black Lives Matter protest tactics in Seattle. The Seattle Times

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