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July 26, 2020
Former Governor Gary Locke, along with KD Hall, UW faculty in communication, and recent WSU graduate Lealah Ndifon, shared their experiences with systemic racism at different academic levels. King 5 News
July 26, 2020
Emma PeConga and Gabby Gauthier, doctoral students in psychology, are interviewed about the importance of resilience and how we can work toward it amidst the current pandemic. Psychology Today
July 25, 2020
Rod Crawford, Curator of Arachnids at the Burke Museum, busts some common myths about spiders. The Seattle Times
July 24, 2020
Filmmaker Conrad Lihilihi (BFA, 2006, Ethnic Identities in Film) is mentioned in this article about an upcoming docuseries. West Hawaii Today
July 24, 2020
Catherine Cole, professor of drama and a divisional dean in the College of Arts & Sciences, is quoted in this article about truth commissions. Foregin Policy
July 23, 2020
Eryk Waligora, a graduate student in international studies, is quoted in this article about Audrey Tang, Taiwan's digital minister. Wired
July 22, 2020
Aaron Flint Jamison, assistant professor of photo/media, is mentioned in this article about the transfer of property from a Portland gallery to a Native arts organization. The Oregonian
July 22, 2020
The moon landing was an "extraordinary, event" but "America...now struggles to surmount challenges." Margaret O'Mara, professor of history, is quoted. The Boston Globe
July 21, 2020
Scott Montgomery, lecturer of international studies, worries that America's crumbling energy infrastructure is a sign of its waning global status. Global Policy Journal
July 21, 2020
Nearly 50 years after Charles Ross began working on “Star Axis,” the gargantuan work in the New Mexico desert is nearing completion. The Department of Astronomy is mentioned. The New York Times Style Magazine
July 21, 2020
Data from antibody tests in 10 different cities and states indicate that many people with no symptoms may be spreading the virus. Carl Bergstrom, professor of biology, is quoted. The New York Times
July 20, 2020
Alexes Harris, professor of sociology, explains how the system of monetary sanctions (fines and fees) can devastate peoples' lives. Newsweek
July 20, 2020
This week, the UW hosts a variety of online opportunities to keep engaged, including a virtual author event and a drop-in meditation session. UW News
July 20, 2020
José Alaniz, professor of Slavic languages and literature, and of comparative literature discusses his newly released collection of drawings and writings. UW News
July 20, 2020
Robert Crutchfield, UW sociologist who studies the justice system, shared with KUOW three areas of the system he believes should change. KUOW
July 20, 2020
Jayadev Athreya, associate professor of mathematics, discusses a boycott of predictive policing by mathematicians. Popular Mechanics
July 19, 2020
Carl Bergstrom, professor of biology, is quoted in this article about how coronavirus test results should be interpreted. The Washington Post
July 17, 2020
Jane Simoni, professor of psychology, explains why the virus response in the U.S. has been slowed by a population that doesn’t appear to agree on even basic mitigation measures. MyNorthwest
July 16, 2020
Sue Moore, a research scientist in the Department of Biology, and Christine Luscombe, professor of chemistry, were elected to the Washington State Academy of Sciences. UW News
July 16, 2020
Aseem Prakash, professor of political science, explains the shortfalls in Biden's climate plan. Forbes
July 16, 2020
NW Asian Weekly discusses the UW's and other schools' response to Trump's policy towards international students. NW Asian Weekly
July 15, 2020
Jonathan Kanter, research associate professor of psychology, discusses how, surprisingly, loneliness hasn't drastically increased during the pandemic. NPR
July 15, 2020
Alejandro Rico-Guevara, assistant professor of biology, is quoted in this article about how hummingbirds may be more intelligent than we think. Forbes
July 14, 2020
Carl Bergstrom, biology professor, explains why COVID-19 testing is necessary for re-opening colleges safely. The Chronicle of Higher Educaton
July 14, 2020
Megan Ming Francis, associate professor of political science, is featured in this podcast about how crises and art intersect. Philanthropy and Social Movements

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