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October 3, 2019
Aseem Prakash, director of the Center for Environmental Politics at the University of Washington, explains how tech and fossil fuel industries can influence one another. The Seattle Times
October 2, 2019
Check out how a team from UW including Biology faculty Adam Summers is working to create a more effective suction cup. UW News
October 2, 2019
The University of Washington’s Abigail Swann is honored by Science News on its list of 10 promising early- and mid-career scientists. UW News
October 2, 2019
University of Washington Professor of Classics Sarah Stroub talks about her class, "STEM in the Ancient World." KUOW
October 2, 2019
Assistant Professor of Astronomy Matthew McQuinn has teamed up with an international team of astronomers to discover more about the clouds of gas surrounding galaxies. UW News
October 2, 2019
Janet Kavandi (PhD, Chemistry, 1990), who recently retired from a senior NASA post, went to space three times and added fairness to the astronaut selection process. The New York Times
October 1, 2019
Noah Snyder-Mackler, Assistant Professor in the area of dog behavior, weighs in on dog behaviors and genetics. SciencesNews
September 30, 2019
Joel S. Migdal, professor in the Jackson School of International Studies, will celebrate retirement after 39 years at the UW on Thursday with a daylong workshop featuring current and former students, followed by a lecture on “State and Society: Then and Now.” UW News
September 26, 2019
The 2019-2020 Scandinavian 30 Series will be kicked off with a lecture by Marianne Stecher about Hans Christian Andersen at the Nordic Museum. The Whole U
September 26, 2019
Noam Pianko, a UW professor of Jewish studies, weighs in on the root causes of anti-Semitism and how to address it. Seattle Times
September 26, 2019
Valerie Curtis-Newton, a leading Seattle director and UW drama professor weighs in on the surge of Black Women playwrights producing in Seattle. Crosscut
September 20, 2019
Programs to support current and future Native American students, along with both undergraduate and graduate research in the Indigenous humanities, will benefit from this grant. UW NEWS
September 20, 2019
In the arts, attend an opening reception at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery, hear from School of Art + Art History + Design faculty, visit the Allen Library for a concert, and more! UW News
September 20, 2019
How the self-proclaimed lover of life, Jordan Nicholson (BA, Drawing & Painting, 2012), followed his passions to become an accomplished photographer, artist and man about town. University of Washington Magazine
September 13, 2019
New research shows that, in Willapa Bay, the water washing over the tidal flats during high tides is largely the same water that washed over the flats during the previous high tide UW News
September 13, 2019
Seattle's new Burke Museum turns the museum "inside out," giving visitors the chance to interact with artifacts and peer through windows into curators' workshops. KUOW
September 12, 2019
Attend a film screening about Hugo House produced by Frances McCue and directed by Ryan K. Adams, go to an exhibition opening, buy tickets for the Burke Opening, and more! UW News
September 12, 2019
Lukasz Fidkowski, an assistant professor of physics at the UW, is one of the winners of a 2020 New Horizons in Physics Prize from the Breakthrough Foundation. UW News
September 11, 2019
Theatre Puget Sound (TPS) announces today that Valerie Curtis-Newton will be the recipient of the 2019 Gregory A. Falls Sustained Achievement Award. Broadway World
September 10, 2019
This film, four years in the making, was produced by Frances McCue, a senior lecturer in English, and directed by Ryan K. Adams, a filmmaker with Continuum College. UW News
September 9, 2019
Learn more about the study led by Kinsey Bice, a postdoctoral fellow in the UW Department of Psychology and the Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences. UW News
September 4, 2019
Principle investigators include Jessica Beyer, co-director of the Jackson School’s Cybersecurity Initiative. UW News
August 30, 2019
“Mostly my summer has been devoted to monsters—dragons, revenants, werewolves, that sort of thing,” says Urbanski, a senior lecturer in the UW Department of History. The Whole U
August 29, 2019
In the arts, purchase tickets for the New Burke Opening Weekend, attend a rare duet setting performance by two School of Music faculty members, and more! UW News
August 29, 2019
'Butterfly Lovers' is presented by American Asian Performing Arts Theater, a local nonprofit founded by dancer/choreographer Li Hengda, a UW MFA graduate. The Seattle Times

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