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July 19, 2018
Jere L. Bacharach Endowed Professor in International Studies Jordanna Bailkin on how mass movements of refugees have turned into mass detention in many liberal democracies. The Conversation
July 18, 2018
Corresponding author Ka-Kit Tung, UW professor of applied mathematics, newly published paper explains why air temperatures will rise more quickly than the rate since 2000. UW News
July 18, 2018
Amy Peloff, an affiliate assistant professor of gender, women and sexuality studies and former assistant director of the CHID program, will present "Feminism and Pop Culture." Sequim Gazette
July 18, 2018
The Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs is honoring the Dept. of Asian Language & Literature for its outstanding contributions to the promotion of friendship between Japan and the U.S. UW Office of Global Affairs
July 17, 2018
Fewer people work a 9 to 5, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing for families, according to new research from the UW department of sociology. Parent Map
July 17, 2018
Interview featuring Christopher Parker, UW professor in the department of political science. KQED
July 13, 2018
University of Washington astronomer Victoria Meadows is quoted. The Inquisitr
July 13, 2018
The day before her photography show's opening at the Henry, Michalene Thomas talks about her time as a model, the class that changed her life and how art is always personal. City Arts
July 10, 2018
American foreign policy expert, Daniel Bessner, on billionaire George Soros and his philosphy. The Guardian
July 10, 2018
International studies professor, David Bachman, on the escalating US-China trade ward. Q13 FOX
July 10, 2018
Opinion piece by Alex Hall, International Policy Institute Cybersecurity Fellow at the Jackson School for International Studies. Jackson School for International Studies
July 9, 2018
Eric Morel, a doctoral candidate in the Department of English and pre-doctoral instructor in the Program on the Environment, addresses the importance of teaching science writing. San Juan Islander
July 8, 2018
UW Psychology professor Joseph Sisneros is part of the team researching how midshipman female fishes' hearing improves during mating season. KUOW
July 6, 2018
For adults with autism, finding steady employment can be difficult--even if they have no trouble performing the duties of the job. The UW is taking action to help students with autism. Columns
July 4, 2018
University of Washington astronomy professor Don Brownlee, a meteorite and comet recovery and research expert was consulted for this mission. The Seattle Times
July 3, 2018
Robin McCabe and Craig Sheppard, professors of piano at the University of Washington, founded the innovative Seattle Piano Institute in 2010. The Seattle Times
July 3, 2018
UW History Professor Margaret O'Mara is quoted in this op-ed comparing the reputations of Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates. The Washington Post
June 29, 2018
Op-ed piece co-authored by Stephanie A. Fryberg, associate professor of American Indian studies and psychology at the University of Washington. Education Week
June 29, 2018
Stephanie A. Fryberg and Megan Bang, professors in the College of Arts & Sciences, address how child-separation policies are not a new phenomenon in the United States. Education Week
June 29, 2018
Op-ed from UW political scientist Scoot Lemieux Reuters
June 28, 2018
“I am honored to be included among these accomplished individuals...I celebrate all the immigrants who have come here seeking the opportunity to contribute to the greater good.” UW News
June 27, 2018
UW's Marsha Linehan collaborated on this project which "...makes DBT the only treatment for adolescents with replicated evidence that it decreases self-harm." Standford Medicine
June 27, 2018
David Giblin, UW Biology research scientist and collections manager of the University of Washington Herbarium at the Burke Museum offers great suggestions on where to go. The Seattle Times
June 27, 2018
The UW Department of Biology's new findings allow researchers to quickly identify the sex of the endangered seabird, speeding up field studies on the impact of climate change UW News
June 26, 2018
KEXP and the University of Washington Ethnomusicology Archives, connected to the School of Music's Ethnomusicology Division, host Pop Up Music Memory Digitization Labs on July 28. GeekWire

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