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May 20, 2020
The uncertainty and disruption the coronavirus has brought means that teens are struggling at a much steeper level than usual. Liliana Lengua, professor of psychology, is quoted. The Seattle Times
May 19, 2020
Despite decades of resistance, major technology companies are considering a permanent move to working from home as an option. Margaret O’Mara, professor of history, writes this article. New York Times
May 18, 2020
Tech giants are in no hurry to bring employees back into the office, citing social and economic responsibility as a few of the reasons. Margaret O'Mara, professor of history, is quoted. Washington Post
May 18, 2020
The documentary “L'Appel à la Danse” — “The Call of Dance” in English, celebrates dance as a language that crosses cultures and borders. The Daily
May 18, 2020
Prisons during the coronavirus face shortages for testing and treatment. Marc Stern, faculty member at the School of Public Health is quoted. New York Times
May 15, 2020
Austin Jenkins recalls their harrowing escape from the Mount St. Helens eruption with his school camping trip. Emily Menon Bender, professor of linguistics at the UW, is quoted. KUOW
May 15, 2020
The UW shares a multitude of activities associated with Arts and Sciences including but not limited to book discussions, cello performances, and more. UW
May 15, 2020
Dennis Wise, UW Photographer, reports his experiences taking photographs of the school at both its busiest and most deserted time during the pandemic. Photographs from Wise are shown. UW News
May 14, 2020
Parallels are drawn between the 1920s great depression and today's Coronavirus manufactured depression. James Gregory of the UW's History Department is quoted. MyNorthwest
May 13, 2020
The UW Honors faculty and staff for their career achievements, including personal essays, the Rare Care plant program, Jackson School Task Force, and more. UW News
May 13, 2020
Emmalynn Cortes, graduate student in communications, discusses how she combines her career, social media entrepreneurship, and pursuit of representation through Instagram and podcasting. Forbes
May 7, 2020
Scott Montgomery, international studies lecturer, explains how the recent pandemic has changed our environment, and why we can't go back to how things were before the pandemic. Global Policy Journal
May 7, 2020
Amidst the changing world, the business empire Amazon could face a turbulent future if it does not change. Aseem Prakash, of UW's Political Sciences division, is a contributor. Forbes
May 7, 2020
Psychology professor Liliana Lengua discusses the struggles that mothers are facing during the pandemic, and instructs how to thoroughly appreciate them during this upcoming Mother's Day. UW
May 7, 2020
New research led by the UW finds that sleep problems in a baby’s first 12 months may not only precede an autism diagnosis but be associated with altered brain growth. UW News
May 6, 2020
Andrew Meltzoff, psychology professor leads an international study exploring how people react to different circumstances related to the coronavirus outbreak. UW News
May 6, 2020
Various faculty and staff members are honored for their contributions to a variety of subjects, including social equity, Asian studies, and Swedish physical geography. UW
May 6, 2020
Health experts worry that treating secondary infections alongside coronavirus could create antibiotic-resistant strains of bacteria. Benjamin Kerr, professor of biology, is quoted KUOW
May 5, 2020
Join the UW in exploring various topics including dance, silent reading, and more. UW News
May 4, 2020
In order to study how the pandemic impacts people in regards to mental health, UW researchers are turning to an app and 500 patients to record their moods. My Northwest
May 4, 2020
Jacob Grumbach, assistant professor of political science explains why mail-in votes should be made legal and mandatory in all states, complete with statistics and interviews. New York Times
May 1, 2020
ArtSci at the UW brings together a myriad of activities, talks, and events that can be done safely from the comfort of home during quarantine. UW News
May 1, 2020
Carl Bergstrom, professor of biology, cautions against the claims made by recent proponents of the herd immunity theory in regards to the coronavirus. New York Times
May 1, 2020
Carl Bergstrom, professor of biology, explores the uncertainty of coronavirus, such as the actual count of those infected and how news sources are collecting their own data. CNN
May 1, 2020
Scott Montgomery, international studies professor, and Aseem Prakash, political science professor, explain the uncertain future for oil companies amid the coronavirus crisis. Seattle Weekly

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