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August 18, 2017
Asia Foreign Policy expert, Prof. David Bachman, discusses the latest signs indicating that the U.S. and North Korea are taking steps to tension. KOMO Radio
August 18, 2017
Bruce Balick, UW professor emeritus of astronomy, shared a few thoughts that he’s written for the upcoming event. UW News
August 18, 2017
Legislators, faculty meet for 48-hour cybersecurity bootcamp Jackson School of International Studies
August 18, 2017
UW psychology professor Peter Kahn has spent much of his career analyzing the relationship humans have with nature; he thinks that relationship is more fragile than many of us realize. Quartz
August 18, 2017
Forget ‘monkey see, monkey do.’ ‘Human see, human do’ might be more accurate. But what does our incredible ability to imitate do for us? Christian Science Monitor
August 16, 2017
Physics professor Kai-Mei Fu is quoted in this article. Wired
August 15, 2017
UW astrophysicist is part of an expert panel about the eclipse. Seattle Times
August 15, 2017
Quintard Taylor, professor emeritus of history, on Centralia's founding father and his unique place in history. Oregon Public Broadcasting
August 15, 2017
We've been through this drill before–for at least three decades during the Cold War years. John Findlay, professor of history at UW, is quoted. Seattle Times
August 15, 2017
Exoplanets to be found by coming high-powered telescopes will probably be tidally locked -- according to new research by astronomer Rory Barnes of the University of Washington. UW News
August 15, 2017
A T. Rex skull, found biology professor Greg Wilson and his team is now on display at the Burke Museum. Fox News
August 15, 2017
Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un are in the midst of a war of words over nuclear weapons. Clark Sorensen, chair of the Korea Studies Program at the UW, is quoted. Seattle Times
August 15, 2017
When U.S. presidents talk tough to foreign leaders, does it work? Jonathan Mercer, professor of political science at the UW, is quoted. Christian Science Monitor
August 15, 2017
The alt-right has an unlikely new martyr in the culture wars: A Harvard-educated engineer in the heart of Silicon Valley. Margaret O'Mara, a history professor at the UW, is quoted. USA Today
August 11, 2017
Meet Jessica Ramirez: The UW alum fighting for human rights and social justice alongside the first indigenous-led farm worker union in WA State. UW Center for Human Rights
August 11, 2017
Evolutionary psychology is just the most obvious example of science’s flaws. Seattle Times
August 9, 2017
UW sociology professor Katherine Beckett's research is mentioned in this editorial from Seattle Councilmember, Sally Bagshaw, about "Fair Chance Housing" legislation. The Stranger
August 7, 2017
Op-ed by Christopher Parker of the Department of Political Science The Chronicle of Higher Education
August 7, 2017
Sam Wasser, a professor at the UW who has performed forensic analysis on seized ivory for the last 13 years, commented on the destroyed ivory. The New York Times
August 4, 2017
A common lizard living on the Texas-Mexico border underwent a dramatic genetic transformation in response to cold weather. Raymond Huey, an evolutionary biologist at the UW, is quoted. Science
August 3, 2017
Longtime English professor William Streitberger has been honored by the Medieval and Renaissance Drama Society for his book “The Masters of Revels and Elizabeth I’s Court Theatre.” UW Today
August 2, 2017
In 2013 and 2014, scientists started noticing that west coast starfish weren't their usual regenerative selves. Popular Mechanics
August 2, 2017
KOMO Radio's Herb Weisbaum interviews Daniel Bessner, assistant professor of international studies at the UW, about Russian relations with the U.S. KOMO Radio
August 1, 2017
The construction of a dam in central Brazil has spurred remarkably fast evolution of geckos in the region. Raymond Huey, an evolutionary biologist at the UW, is quoted. Science
August 1, 2017
A statistical analysis led by researchers at the UW sees almost no chance that the world’s nations will be able to keep the rise in global temperatures below 2 degrees Celsius Geekwire

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