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January 27, 2020
History Professor Margaret O'Mara weighs in on Amazon employees' decision to call out Amazon for its climate policy. Washington Post
January 24, 2020
KUOW recommends "UW Dance Presents" in their weekly roundup of great arts events across Seattle. KUOW
January 24, 2020
This week at UW holds a plethora of opportunities to see art on and off-campus, on topics ranging from forgetten literature to innovative movement. UW News
January 23, 2020
The Burke Museum's "NiteLife: Earth" is highly recommended by the Stranger in their list of major local events this week. The Stranger
January 23, 2020
John Gottman, professor emeritus of psychology and founder of the Gottman Institute, discusses signs that couples may be heading towards divorce. Business Insider
January 23, 2020
Jeffrey Riffell, professor of biology explains how new research shows that orchids could be used as mosquito repellant. New Atlas
January 23, 2020
Ren Nguyen, a senior double-majoring in CHID and three-dimensional forum, "find(s) her own language of expression" through creating art. The Daily
January 22, 2020
Shannon Dorsey, psychology professor, is the lead author of a study on how cognative behavioral therapy can help children in low-income countries recover from traumatic events. UW News
January 22, 2020
Margaret O'Mara, history professor, weighs in on why Seattle's middle class is struggling to find housing. KUOW
January 22, 2020
Rod Crawford, curator of arachnids at the Burke Museum, discusses whether more posionous spiders thriving in Australia's wildfires should be of concern to citizens. Washington Post
January 22, 2020
Professor emeritus of psychology John Gottman of the Gottman Institute has started working with dating startup Mystery to address the common ways relationships fail. Geek Wire
January 21, 2020
Biology Professor Janneke Hille Ris Lambers discusses community scientists and the important role they play in collecting consistent data on changing ecosystems. Parent Map
January 21, 2020
Biology Professor Jeffery Riffell explain why mosquitos are so drawn to flowers. UW News
January 21, 2020
Ben Marwick, associate professor of anthropology discusses an ancient aboriginal aquaculture system recently uncovered by the Australian wildfires. The Washington Post
January 21, 2020
Off the Rez Cafe, an indigenous restaurant inside of the Burke Museum and co-owned by two UW alums is highlighted as a great place to visit in Seattle. Atlas Obscura
January 20, 2020
UW events such as UW Dance Presents and Burke NiteLife: Earth are featured on this list of the best things to do in Seattle this week. The Stranger
January 20, 2020
Christopher Sebastian Parker, political science professor, discusses King County's decision to change its namesake from a slave owner to Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Seattle Times
January 20, 2020
Aria Fani, Iranian immigrant and assistant professor of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization is profiled in this article on the experiences of Iranian immigrants amid US-Iran conflict. Crosscut
January 20, 2020
David Barash, professor emeritus of psychology, discusses monogamy in the animal kingdom. Gizmodo
January 19, 2020
Daniel Bessner, assistant professor of international studies, is praised for his research in how professional studies have responded to the changing world of academia. Times Higher Education
January 18, 2020
Carl Bergstrom, professor of biology, discusses the role social media can play in spreading politically-charged misinformation. NPR
January 17, 2020
The Burke Museum Burke NiteLife: Earth is featured on this list of GeekWire's calendar picks. Geek Wire
January 17, 2020
Abigail Swann, associate professor of biology, details the connection between the climate crisis and forest fires. Gizmodo
January 17, 2020
Take a break from studying for midterms with these great opportunities from ArtsUW. UW News
January 17, 2020
Political science Professor Aseem Prakash weighs in on the analysis surrounding Microsoft's newly-announced "carbon-negative" goal. Geek Wire

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