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September 9, 2020
The Department of English has introduced its new “Literature, Language, Culture” Dialogue Series, a series of podcasts and YouTube videos in which UW humanities faculty discuss their research and teaching — “including the ways our work contributes to how we experience and seek to understand this time of global crisis.” UW News
September 9, 2020
UW students, alumni, and faculty explain how COIVD-19 has disrupted Black life. South Seattle Emerald
September 9, 2020
Carl Bergstrom, professor of biology, discusses America's "pandemic spiral." The Atlantic
September 8, 2020
Daniel Bessner, assistant professor of international studies, explains how COVID-19 has affected the American University. The Nation
September 8, 2020
She's spent little time in Latin America and her Spanish, by her own account, is just “mas o menos.” She’d never coaxed a deal out of proud, broke governments. Yet in a single week, Jennifer O’Neil (BS, Mathematical Biology, '02), helped seal the debt restructuring of Argentina and Ecuador, propelling her into prominence at BlackRock Inc. and in the clubby, male-dominated world of sovereign bond negotiations. Bloomberg
September 8, 2020
In a paper published July 23 in Population and Development Review, Daphne Liu, a doctoral student in statistics at the UW, and Adrian Raftery, a UW professor of statistics and sociology, explore two nuanced questions: Is increasing contraceptive use or reducing demand more effective in family planning? And, is it the number of years girls attend school or the overall enrollment of children in school that makes education a factor in fertility? UW News
September 7, 2020
Here’s to dating after 50 as a do-over, a love mulligan that has the potential to enrich your life experience. How do you get that happening? Advice from Pepper Schwartz, professor of sociology, is referenced. Yahoo! Life
September 7, 2020
History Professor emeritus Quintard Taylor explains the results of a UW study on racialized language in Seattle-area rental ads. The Seattle Times
September 5, 2020
Several missions this year are seeking out life on the red planet. But would we recognize extraterrestrials if we found them? Michael Wong, a postdoctoral astronomy researcher, is referenced. The Guardian
September 4, 2020
With two months before the general election – and amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic – mail-in voting has taken on a greater importance, and drawn more political attention, than in elections past. UW News
September 4, 2020
Kim England, professor of geography, and Marissa Baker, assistant professor of public health, explain how labor has changed in 2020. The Seattle Times
September 4, 2020
Colin Marshall, associate professor of philosophy, writes on how people can be persuaded to wear masks. Crosscut
September 4, 2020
The University of Washington is rated as one of the best art schools in the West. Art and Object
September 4, 2020
Christopher Adolph, associate professor of political science and John Wilkerson, political science professor and chair of the department explain the results of their study about mask mandates. UW News
September 3, 2020
Christopher Adolph, associate professor of political science, authored a study showing that governor's political party is the biggest factor in whether a state has imposed a mask mandate. The Washington Post
September 3, 2020
In 2019, the Andrew W. Mellon foundation awarded the UW a three-year grant to build upon previous insights about process-based creative inquiry. Meany Center
September 3, 2020
Emily M. Bender, a professor of computational linguistics explains virtual learning algorithms. WBUR
September 3, 2020
Ralina Joseph, professor of communication and director of the UW Center for Communication, discusses fighting racial dialogue fatigue. The South Seattle Emerald
September 2, 2020
Scott Freeman, principle lecture emeritus, and Elli Theobald, assistant teaching professor of biology, explain why lecturing actively harms underrepresented minority and low-income students. Inside Higher Ed
September 2, 2020
Associate professor of history Adam Warren explains how traditional burial practices in Peru have been disrupted by the pandemic. AP News
September 2, 2020
Carl Bergstrom, biology professor, discusses university privacy laws and their relation to COVID-19 data. The Washington Post
September 2, 2020
Katherine Beckett, professor of sociology and law, society, and justice is quoted in this article about law and order politics. Christian Science Monitor
September 2, 2020
Ian Kennedy, a sociology graduate student, discusses his new study on racialized language in Seattle-area rental ads. KUOW
September 2, 2020
The Henry Art Gallery and Jacob Lawrence Gallery are adapting their re-openings amidst COVID-19. The Stranger
September 2, 2020
Anu Taranath, principle lecturer in the departments of English and Comparative History of Ideas, has received or been nominated for several awards for her book "Beyond Guilt Trips." UW News

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