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May 20, 2014
UW School of Drama showcases the work of first year students in their Professional Actor Training Program (PATP) in the final show of their 2013-2014 season, Jean-Claude Grumberg's 'The Workroom,' May 28-June 8. Broadway World
May 19, 2014
A yearlong NPR investigation found that the costs of the criminal justice system in the United States are paid increasingly by the defendants and offenders. Alexes Harris, associate professor of sociology, is quoted. NPR
May 19, 2014
Scholars and policy experts are beginning to ask whether immigration is crowding out other issues facing the Latino community. UW political scientist Matt Barreto says there is "no evidence" that Latinos are overlooking other important issues. NBC News
May 18, 2014
The nominees for the 2014 Genius Awards are in and included is School of Drama's own Valerie Curtis-Newton. The Stranger
May 18, 2014
A review of Handel's myth-based opera "Semele," a coproduction of early-music company Pacific MusicWorks and the UW School of Music. The Seattle Times
May 18, 2014
John Wilkerson, UW professor and director of the Center for American Politics and Public Policy, created the Legislative Explorer, a web-based model for education the public about legislative process. The Daily
May 17, 2014
The campaign for a Pierce County legislative seat has seen its first hit piece -- before filing week. David Domke, professor of communication, is quoted. Tacoma News Tribune
May 15, 2014
Law, Society, and Justice associate professor Arzoo Oshanloo comments on human rights issues in Iran. The Guardian
May 14, 2014
On Thursday, the fast food workers' movement wants to take its cause global as it pushes for a $15-an-hour wage. Jake Rosenfeld, associate professor of sociology, is quoted. The New York Times
May 14, 2014
Incoming School of Art + Art History + Design Director Jamie Walker announces Scott Lawrimore as the new director of the Jacob Lawrence Gallery, effective July 1, 2014. School of Art
May 14, 2014
Suzanne Daley spoke Thursday night, May 15, in the HUB about the "Rise of the Far Right in Europe." She was brought to the UW by the Jackson School of International Studies (JSIS) and the Hellenic Studies Program. The Daily
May 13, 2014
Entrepreneurs, professors, photographers, secret service agents, and architects are just a handful of the individuals who currently see the world through Glass. And one of these tech-savvy professionals is dissecting ways to use Glass at UW Medicine. The Daily
May 12, 2014
Political science professor Christopher Parker says, "It's more than just about race. He represents the changing demographic nature of America, the browning of America." NPR
May 12, 2014
The current Painting + Drawing BFA Show held in the Art Building's Jacob Lawrence Gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday from noon until 4 p.m. Covering the walls of the showroom are works from students receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing from the UW's School of Art. The Daily
May 11, 2014
George Frideric Handel's 1743 opera, "Semele," a tale of lust, jealousy and revenge, is being staged by Seattle's Pacific MusicWorks and the University of Washington's School of Music May 16-18 at Meany Hall for the Performing Arts. The Seattle Times
May 10, 2014
Seattlepi.com profiles the work of James Gregory, professor of history, and the Seattle Civil Rights & Labor History Project. SeattlePI
May 8, 2014
Stephanie Camp, University of Washington associate professor of history, will be remembered as a beloved mother and friend, and a leading feminist historian. UW Today
May 6, 2014
This week, enjoy a bevy of events that range from the painting and drawing exhibition at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery to IMPFest at the Floyd and Delores Jones Playhouse. UW Today
May 6, 2014
A geographer and a biologist at the University of Washington have teamed up to examine the connections between consumers and goods that come from agriculture and forest production. UW Today
May 6, 2014
UW study finds that high doses of selenium and vitamin E can increase prostate cancer risk; UW researcher finds that social workers can help patients recover from mild traumatic brain injuries; New approach of collaborative care decreases symptoms of depression in women The Daily
May 6, 2014
Lei Geng, a UW postdoctoral research associate in atmospheric sciences, has discovered new evidence linking acid rain and smog. The Daily
May 5, 2014
To understand the role that M-dwarf stars play in the hunt for habitable exoplanets, NPR talks with experts including Vikki Meadows, director of the astrobiology program. NPR
May 5, 2014
UW history professor Stephanie Camp passed away on April 2 due to cancer. She was 46. The Daily
May 3, 2014
Rain and wind didn't faze the Taiwanese Overseas Student Association (TOSA) as they held their first MAYniac Taiwan Carnival last Saturday. The event took place at the HUB Lawn and brought in a crowd of more than 1000 people. The Daily
May 3, 2014
Scholars, scientists, and writers gathered at the UW Tower on Saturday to collaborate in presenting topics relating to technology, entertainment, and design (TED). The Daily

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