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July 2, 2019
Op-ed by Aseem Praskash, political science; Nives Dolsak, marine and environmental affairs. Forbes
July 2, 2019
Researchers, including UW biology's Deborah Giles, are tagging chinook salmon in a bid to track their main prey CBC
July 2, 2019
UW biology's, Sam Wasser, weighs in on new data that leaves little doubt the illegal ivory trade has reached the country. New York Times
June 26, 2019
Aseem Prakash, Director of the Center for Environmental Politics, and Nives Dolsak, associate director of the School of Marine & Environmental Affairs, weigh in on the topic. Forbes
June 26, 2019
UW biologist Deborah Giles is one of many dismayed by the latest reminder of a population on the brink. The Star
June 26, 2019
When Professor Shawn Wong went public with criticisms of publishing house Penguin, the literary community responded. American Ethnic Studies Professor Vince Schleitwiller weighs in. International Examiner
June 24, 2019
The world, according to UW professors Carl Bergstrom and Jevin West, is awash in BS. So begins their popular course, which trains college students to identify and call out misinformation. The Washington Post
June 24, 2019
UW sociologist LaShawnDa Pittman, weighs in on the multiple meanings of Juneteenth celebrations in Seattle. Seattle Times
June 18, 2019
“Fishes of the Salish Sea” is a three-volume book and is the culmination of more than 40 years of research. UW NEWS
June 18, 2019
This week in the arts, visit an exhibition at the Henry Art Gallery or the Center for Urban Horticulture, attend a concert at the library, attend a field poetics workshop, and more! UW NEWS
June 17, 2019
These Washington researchers have made sure that the identities — and vivid colors — of the fish that live beneath the surface in our waters is known. Crosscut
June 17, 2019
Best Colleges, an organization that ranks higher education institutions in various categories, cited the Q Center and UW's welcoming admissions fairs as pride points. UW News
June 16, 2019
Mike O'Neal, a current part-time lecturer and alum from the Department of Dance at the UW, explains how movement can be reflective of who we are. The Seattle Times
June 13, 2019
Stephan Groening, Assistant Professor of Cinema and Media Studies, explains the significance of Orwell's novel in today's world The Conversation
June 12, 2019
UW professor Ralina Joesph is teaching people to talk about race across generational and racial lines Simpson Center for the Humanities
June 12, 2019
Scott Montgomery, lecturer at the University of Washington’s Jackson School of International Studies, explains what role the Arctic plays in keeping the nation safe. KUOW
June 12, 2019
Tatiana Toro, profess of mathematics, on her most important contribution–when her mentees achieve their goals UW News
June 10, 2019
Is there a Northwest accent? The Pacific Northwest English Study is about to begin a new, three-year research project listening to voices from throughout the region. UW NEws
June 10, 2019
Rick Welts, president and chief operating officer of the back-to-back NBA champion Golden State Warriors and a UW alumnus (BA, Communications, 1975), will be the featured speaker. UW News
June 6, 2019
What do you do when society tells you that the passion or skill you’ve decided to pursue in college won’t give you a sustainable lifestyle? KUOW
June 6, 2019
This week in the arts, partake in the #HEREproject, attend one of the 2019 School of Art + Art History + Design Graduation Exhibitions, and more! UW NEWS
June 6, 2019
The UW's Graham Pruss has studied vehicle residency for a decade and speaks about the challenges and solutions facing this community. UW News
June 6, 2019
UW honors longtime Harvard professor and one of America's leading climate change scientists, James Anderson (BS, Physics, 1966). Columns
June 6, 2019
Twenty years ago, Luly Yang (BFA, Graphic Design, 1990) began her career in architectural graphic design. Columns
June 6, 2019
Columns interviews Howie Echo-Hawk (BA, American Indian Studies, 2018). Columns

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