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January 17, 2020
Political science Professor Aseem Prakash analyzes the race for climate leadership among tech companies. Forbes
January 16, 2020
James Gregory, history professor, discusses the importance of sensitivity towards a place's racial history. Northwest Asian Weekly
January 15, 2020
David Bachman, professor of international studies, weighs in on the new US-China trade deal. Los Angeles Times
January 14, 2020
Jackson School lecturer Scott Montgomery analyzes how US-Iran conflict is affecting oil prices. The Conversation
January 14, 2020
Professor of political science, Lance Bennett, was awarded an honorary doctorate at the University of Bern in Switzerland. UW News
January 13, 2020
Scott Montgomery, a lecturer of international studies, writes about modern threat of global conflict in collaboration with a US Ambassador. Global Policy Journal
January 13, 2020
Associate professor of physics, Gray Rybka, discusses how new technology that creates "atom waves" could impact the field of physics. Scientific American
January 13, 2020
Peter Kahn, psychology professor, discusses how exposure to nature can have psychological benefits. PBS
January 10, 2020
History Professor James Gregory discusses how looking back at Seattle's 1920s may help us in the 2020s. Seattle Times
January 9, 2020
This winter offers a multitude of opportunities to see art at the UW, such as at the Henry Art Gallery and the Burke Museum. UW News
January 9, 2020
History Professor Margaret O'Mara is highlighted in this rundown of UW's media presence in 2019. UW News
January 9, 2020
The Simpson Center's new "Reimagining the Humanities" PhD program seeks to engage students in public scholarship and find new opportunities for professors. The Daily
January 6, 2020
The Henry Art Gallery will be hosting the "Critical Issues" lecture series, which "'creates space for people to be inspired collectively.'" The Daily
January 6, 2020
The Henry Art Gallery's new exhibition, "In Plain Sight," highlights the work of senior curator Shamim Momin and her approach to storytelling through curation. Seattle Times
January 4, 2020
Julie Brines, associate professor of sociology, weighs in on whether it's true that more couples divorce in January than other months of the year. The New York Times
January 4, 2020
Professor in and director of the Jackson school, Dr. Resat Kasaba, discusses how the U.S.'s recent airstrike on Iran could affect American interests in the region. KOMO News
January 4, 2020
Professor in and director of the Jackson school, Dr. Resat Kasaba, gives insight on the recent U.S. airstrike on Iran. King 5 News
January 3, 2020
Winter quarter brings a plethora of art opportunities to enjoy on campus, such as the 2020 SEAXSEA Film Festival and the Critical Issues lecture series. UW News
January 3, 2020
Dr. Resat Kasaba, professor in and director of the Jackson school, gives insight on the long term effects of the U.S.'s recenty airstrike on Iran. Q13 FOX
January 3, 2020
Dr. Resat Kasaba, professor in and director of the Jackson school, discusses whether the recent U.S. airstrike on Iran could bring the two countries close to war. Crosscut
January 3, 2020
Dr. Resat Kasaba, professor in and director of the Jackson School, weighs in on U.S.-Iran conflicts. King 5 News
January 3, 2020
The Simpson Center's Next Generation Humanities PhD program is "transform(ing) what it means to be a humanities scholar.” Medium
January 2, 2020
Aseem Prakash, political science professor, weighs in on a controversy surrounding how Amazon employees are speaking out about their company's efforts to address climate change. Geek Wire
January 2, 2020
Emily Levesque, assistant professor of astronomy, elaborates on how new observations have allowed a star to be studied more closely. MIT Technology Review
January 1, 2020
"The Audience," a painting that's part of the Henry Art Gallery's exhibition "In Plain Sight," is discussed in detail in this feature. The Stranger

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