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June 25, 2018
Opinion piece by Pete Jackson, advisory board member of the UW Center for Human Rights Crosscut
June 25, 2018
Opinion piece by Ozgur Ozkan, a doctoral candidate at the Jackson School of International Studies and fellow with the department of Near Eastern languages and civilization. Foreign Policy
June 25, 2018
Professor Yuichi Shoda from the UW Department of Psychology is quoted on his co-authored research. iflscience.com
June 22, 2018
Chemists from the UW Department of Chemistry are part of a team finding a way to stop cancer cells from moving around the body. Medical Xpress
June 22, 2018
Four Huskies, all who studied in the Collage of Arts & Sciences, presented the rawness of struggle and survival at the UWAA Short Talks on Art. Columns
June 21, 2018
A UW Sociology study finds that consistency in parents’ work schedules, even “nonstandard” shifts such as nights, can positively impact children. UW News
June 21, 2018
Columns Magazine's June cover is a painting of Orin Smith by Miha Sarani, a BFA alum, current MA student, and former Starbucks employee. What's his painting's secret? Coffee. Columns
June 21, 2018
UW history professor, Jordanna Bailkin, on how Britain's past refugee camps shed light on today's global refugee crisis. Oxford University Press
June 20, 2018
Eliot Brenowitz, professor of psychology and biology at the University of Washington, and an expert on neurological development in birds weighs in. How Stuff Works
June 20, 2018
Rory Barnes, assistant professor at the University of Washington Department of Astronomy is quoted. The New York Times
June 18, 2018
Interview with UW anthropologist Jessica Johnson KUOW
June 18, 2018
From a trip to New Orleans and visit Connecticut, Thomas shares snapshots of her friends and travels. Her work will go on display at the Henry Art Gallery on July 14. The New York Times
June 15, 2018
We imagine what it would be like for a student to cross paths with every winner of the 2018 Distinguished Teaching Awards. Columns
June 14, 2018
Jason Yeatman, assistant professor with the UW Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences and the Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (I-LABS), weighs in on his study. UW News
June 13, 2018
Kam Wing Chan, a geography professor at the UW who studies Chinese migration, warns that the negative consequences of the eviction campaign could be severe. The Christian Science Monitor
June 13, 2018
Interview with Anthropology professor, Radhikas Govindrajan, about their new book "Animal Intimacies" UW News
June 11, 2018
Dr. Sheri Mizumori, chair of psychology at the University of Washington, is quoted from her documentary. Language Magazine
June 11, 2018
Analysis from Scott L. Montgomery, a lecturer at the Jackson School for International Studies. The Conversation
June 8, 2018
Doug Jeck, College of Arts & Sciences associate professor of the Arts, teaches students to think on their feet--by asking them to painstakingly create life-size human forms. The Whole U
June 7, 2018
The new 49ers wide receiver is not only a talented football plater, he's an avid reader, and a UW College of Arts & Sciences graduate who majored in English. NBC, BAY AREA
June 6, 2018
The disproportionate system that creates legal financial obligations (LFOs) is pursuing solutions with help from University of Washington sociology professor Alexes Harris. UW News
June 5, 2018
University of Washington anthropology student Darren Byler chronicles artistic culture in Northwest China amid a massive security crackdown. Medium
June 5, 2018
All four of the 2017-18 UW student body presidents, including two College of Arts & Sciences' alums, saw race, equity and social justice as central to their position. Columns
June 4, 2018
Analysis from Professor of Anthropology, Holly Baker The Conversation
June 2, 2018
UW Slavic Languages & Literatures Professor Gayla Diment, translated portions of the "spravka," text accompanying the map. THE SEATTLE TIMES

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