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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 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
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 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
August 30, 2020
John Findlay, history professor, is quoted in this article about the effects of WWII on Seattle and its citizens. The Seattle Times
August 29, 2020
Aseem Prakash, professor of political science, discusses outside influences on the Trump administration's environmental policies. Forbes
August 28, 2020
Deborah Giles, researcher from the Center for Conservation Biology, and her dog, Eba, research killer whales in the Puget Sound. Hakai Magazine
August 28, 2020
Dr. Deborah Giles, researcher with the Center for Conservation Biology discusses risks to pregnant orcas in Puget Sound. Crosscut
August 28, 2020
Stephen Groening, associate professor of cinema and media studies, explains the phenomenon of binge-watching light TV shows during COVID-19. The Seattle Times
August 27, 2020
Political science professor Christopher Parker discusses conversations about race in relation to small-time sports. The Seattle Times
August 27, 2020
Climbers of Everest are twice as likely to summit, despite an increase in crowding. Raymond Huey, professor emeritus of biology, is quoted. Reuters
August 27, 2020
An ancient creature was among the first animals who survived by hibernation. Christian Sidor, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the Burke Museum and professor of biology, is quoted. IB Times
August 27, 2020
In creatures that lived before dinosaurs, paleontologists found signs of hibernation. Christian Sidor, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the Burke and professor of biology, is quoted. The New York Times
August 26, 2020
A new UW study looked at language in rental ads in the Seattle area and found that they often reinforced preconceived ideas about various neighborhoods. KNKX
August 26, 2020
Raymond Huey, professor emeritus of biology, explains the factors that lead to success when climbing Everest. Inverse
August 26, 2020
David Rahbee, director of orchestral activities in the School of Music won the American Prize for the college/university category. The American Prize
August 26, 2020
A report about the impact of satellite clusters says damage to observations is unavoidable and offers mitigation strategies. Meredith Rawls, a research scientist in astronomy, is quoted. Nature
August 26, 2020
Many parents are preparing for what is certain to be a chaotic K-12 school experience this fall. Rachel Heath, associate professor of economics, is quoted. The Seattle Times
August 26, 2020
The UW has ranked #16 in the world in the 2020 Academic Ranking of World Universities. UW News
August 25, 2020
Do toys advertised as teaching STEM actually work? Allison Master, a research scientist at the Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, is quoted. LiveScience
August 25, 2020
The real world is seeping into online communities and making them harder to moderate. Charles Kiene, a doctoral student in communication, is quoted. The Washington Post
August 25, 2020
Ian Kennedy, sociology graduate student, is the lead author of a study on Seattle-area rental ads and how they can reinforce segregation. UW News

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