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December 24, 2018
Two scientists at the UW unveiled a new statistical method for estimating migration flows between countries UW News
December 17, 2018
Contorting the imagination with choreographer Alice Gosti, ’08. UW Columns
December 17, 2018
Communications Alumna Jessica Estrada is featured in Columns. UW Columns
December 17, 2018
The UW Center for Human Rights is teaching a new generation to use the Freedom of Information Act. Crosscut
December 13, 2018
Analysis from international studies lecturer, Scott Montgomery The Conversation
December 10, 2018
Through his G'ma Project, artist Che Sehyun (BA, English, CHID | BS, Biology, 2011) is honoring elders, ancestors and culture. Crosscut
December 10, 2018
A newly discovered species of whale — found preserved in ancient rock on the Oregon coast — has been named for a University of Washington paleontologist. UW News
December 7, 2018
UW Scandinavian Studies Department's Lotta Gavel Adams unfolds the evolution of trolls in literature from fearsome forest-dwellers to friendly beings—and back again. The Whole U
December 5, 2018
A UW professor offers a complete history of Scandinavia's mythical beasts. The Stranger
December 5, 2018
Choices that Congress made decades ago allowed tech giants to become as powerful as they are according to UW history professor Margaret O'Mara. The New York Times
November 30, 2018
Science fiction has come alive in our modern world. Current projects at the UW show that some literary fantasies will soon be reality. UW Columns
November 29, 2018
UW associate professor of philosophy, Sara Goering, to lead team studying how brain-computer interfaces affect whether patients feel they are in charge of their own actions. UW News
November 29, 2018
Op-ed by UW political scientist, Christopher Parker, on the 2020 elections Washington Post
November 29, 2018
Op-ed by Nives Dolsak, marine and environmental affairs; Aseem Prakash and Steven Karceski, Center for Environmental Politics Crosscut
November 29, 2018
Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences study shows that parents who speak “parentese” can have a direct impact on their children’s vocabulary. UW News
November 27, 2018
A study by an international team of researchers, including from the UW, determines that carved stone tools were used in Asia 80,000 to 170,000 years ago. UW News
November 20, 2018
The work of alumni Eirik Johnson, Kristen Ramirez, and Margie Livingston, share the common thread of the natural environment and humans' relation to it in galleries throughout Seattle. Crosscut
November 20, 2018
Miha Sarani (BFA, 2015), an art history graduate, began the project after seeing news of the white nationalist march in Virgina and the lack of condemnation of white supremacy that followed. Seattle PI
November 18, 2018
The Henry’s newest installation uses crystallized books to challenge our perceptions of history. The Daily
November 15, 2018
Her first instillation, Edgar Arceneaux's "Library of Black Lies," explores "how history is constructed--for and by whom--and the multipicity of 'truth'" Seattle Magazine
November 14, 2018
Under the direction of conductor Julia Tai (DMA, 2010), Philharmonia Northwest presents "Seattle Sounds," representing a wide sample of composing ambitions from UW alumni. The Seattle Times
November 14, 2018
Analysis from Professor of International Studies, Saadia Pekkanen The Conversation
November 13, 2018
Every autumn in the Southern Hemisphere, Magellanic penguins leave their coastal nesting sites in South America. For adults, their summer task — breeding, or at least trying to — is complete. Newly fledged chicks and adults gradually head out to sea to spend the winter feeding. They won’t return to land until spring. washington.edu
November 9, 2018
The old Burke’s last hurrah will be a New Years Eve party. Curbed Seattle
November 8, 2018
After spending roughly 4.9 million years in Ellensburg, the jaw bone of deer is making its way to the collection at the Burke Museum on the University of Washington campus in Seattle. Daily Record News

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