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April 17, 2018
Reaffirming the plan of broader change, Ralina Joseph with the UW Department of Communications leads a training similar to the one Starbucks will use. The Seattle Times
April 16, 2018
UW department of psychology associate professor Kate McLaughlin weighs in on stress and children // Video Today
April 12, 2018
New research from the UW Department of Astronomy helps to explain why astronomers have detected few circumbinary planets. UW News
April 10, 2018
Barbara Reskin, Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the UW weighs in on the impact of overtime in the City of Seattle's gender wage gap Crosscut
April 9, 2018
The Axion Dark Matter Experiment (ADMX) at the University of Washington is the world's first experiment to be sensitive enough to "hear" the signs of dark matter axions. UW News
April 9, 2018
Scott L. Montgomery with the Jackson School of International Studies writes about the new future of fusion. The Conversation
April 9, 2018
The research team at the UW have announced that the Axion Dark Matter eXperiment (ADMX) is officially sensitive enough to find the theoretically predicted axion. Gizmodo
April 9, 2018
Scott Lemieux, of the UW Department of Political Science weighs in on felony-murder laws. BBC News
April 9, 2018
Ben Marwick, Associate Professor with UW Department of Anthropology weighs in on the new find and the study that produced it. Los Angeles Times
April 8, 2018
Co-director of the University of Washington Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, Patricia Kuhl's set of now-famous experiments are referenced. Quartz Media
April 6, 2018
Professor Christian Novetzke, Associate Director of the Jackson School, will be using the Guggenheim Fellow to advance two new book projects. UW News
April 4, 2018
The new Life Sciences Building features windows that allow the sun to naturally light the space. UW Sustainability Blog
April 4, 2018
The UW is supporting young adults with autism in gaining job skills and experiences to take with them to today's workplaces. UW News
April 4, 2018
Analysis from Micheal Blake, Professor of Philosophy, Public Policy, and Governance The Conversation
April 4, 2018
VIDEO // Stephen Groening, UW professor of cinema and media studies, discusses why people may feel more emotional on airplanes Tech Insider
April 2, 2018
UW biology professor, Christian Sidor, digs into the insights from over 2,200 fossils and counting. UW News
April 2, 2018
Student activism in 1968 led the UW to create one of the nation’s first office of minority affairs. Here’s their story. And their outlook for the future. Columns Magazine
March 29, 2018
Christian Sidor, UW biology professor and curator at the Burke, weighs in on a decade's worth of research from the Southern Hemisphere and the over 2,200 fossils collected. UW News
March 28, 2018
Communication Leadership Director, Hanson Hosien, on why privacy and transparency are more important than ever before. King 5
March 28, 2018
UW professor of cinema and media studies Stephen Groening on Astrovision, Astrocolor, and why George H.W. Bush is the reason we have live streaming television at 10,000 feet. KUOW
March 27, 2018
Benjamin H. Feintzeig answers questions on the intersection of philosophy, math, and physics. 3:AM Magazine
March 19, 2018
African-American voters who dislike the Trump presidency are much more likely to vote and to engage with politics, according to UW political scientist Christopher Parker UW News
March 19, 2018
African-American voters who dislike the Trump presidency are much more likely to vote and to engage with politics, according to UW political scientist Christopher Parker UW News
March 19, 2018
Learn more about the newly announced minor in Oceania and Pacific Islander Studies UW News
March 14, 2018
Dan Eisenberg, associate professor at the University of Washington Department of Anthropology, weighs in on the experimental design of this study. The Scientist

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