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April 23, 2020
Biology Professor Carl Bergstrom explains the significance of New York's antibody test results. NBC News
April 23, 2020
Tatiana Toro, professor of mathematics, and Ana Mari Cauce, UW president and professor of psychology and gender studies, have been named to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. UW News
April 22, 2020
Nine and faculty seized the opportunity in this course to explore national parks, analyze their findings, and decide whether or not those parks are in danger. UW.edu
April 21, 2020
The School of Drama has created a unique virtual showcase for their MFA acting graduates, in place of one that usually takes place in-person. The Daily
April 21, 2020
Julia Sweeney (BA, International Studies, '82) recalls her career as a writer and performance artist, with all the ups and downs. UW Magazine
April 21, 2020
Meany Center is featured on this compilation of arts organizations that are adapting to the coronavirus with new and compelling online content. GeekWire
April 20, 2020
Dan Chirot of the UW's Jackson School of International Studies spreads warnings about violent revolutions in his latest book and interview. UW News
April 20, 2020
Adam Kuczynski, a doctoral student in psychology, explains his ongoing study on the effects of the coronavirus and social distancing measures on mental health. KUOW
April 20, 2020
Carl Bergstrom, biology professor, discusses the potential ramifications of relaxing social distancing measures too early. King 5 News
April 20, 2020
Biology Professor Carl Bergstrom explains why reliance on herd immunity as a coronavirus management strategy has the potential to be disastrous. MyNorthwest
April 19, 2020
Political science Professor Aseem Prakash explains how online Earth Day events have the potential to sustain climate-friendly actions resulting from coronavirus prevention measures. Forbes
April 17, 2020
Paul Moore, Department of Dance Music Director, receives high praise for his "magical" music during the Stranger's Worldwide Silent-Reading Party. The Stranger
April 17, 2020
Jonathan Kanter, research associate professor of psychology is studying how the coronavirus crisis is affecting people’s mental health. MyNorthwest
April 17, 2020
Forget the crosstalk and poor Wi-Fi signals. The psychological benefits are vital for some. Jonathan Kanter, research associate professor of psychology, is quoted. The Seattle Met
April 17, 2020
Steven Goodreau, professor of anthropology, and Carl Bergstrom, professor of biology, discuss the importance of sticking to social distancing measures. The New York Times
April 16, 2020
Peter Khan, professor of psychology, explains the psychological benefits of getting ample time outside amidst social distancing measures. UW News
April 16, 2020
Andrea Carroll, senior lecturer of chemistry, and Sara Gonzalez, associate professor of anthropology, explain the unique challenges of moving hands-on teaching online. Chemistry
April 16, 2020
The cross-university effort to create face shields for UW Medicine using 3D printers is featured on this story about those helping front-line workers in the coronavirus pandemic. GeekWire
April 15, 2020
Center for Philosophy director Jana Mohr Lone discusses a set of resources the Center has complied to help families with young children adapt to the coronavirus. UW News
April 15, 2020
This week at the UW, one can virtually tune in to events surrounding Earth Day, art history, and Scandanavian studies. UW News
April 15, 2020
Tami Hohn, American Indian Studies lecturer, explains how technology aids in her teaching of southern Lushootseed. Yes! Magazine
April 15, 2020
Professor of psychology Jonathan Kanter and psychology doctoral student Adam Kuczynski discuss their new study about the psychological effects of social distancing. National Geographic
April 15, 2020
Junior and political science major, Virginia Burton, has won the prestigious Truman scholarship. UW Undergraduate Academic Affairs
April 14, 2020
Carl Bergstrom, biology professor, explains how platforms like Medium, which allows users to self-publish content, can be a hotbed for coronavirus misinformation. The Verge
April 14, 2020
Jonathan Mayer, professor emeritus of geography and epidemiology, explains how geography is an important discipline in stopping the spread of the coronavirus. Wired

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