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May 18, 2019
In 2016, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation made a generous grant that seeded the new Creative Fellowships Initiative. I Care If You Listen
May 17, 2019
MadArt's latest exhibition, Reflect and Gather, features work by Seattle-based ceramic sculptor George Rodriguez (MFA, Interdisciplinary Visual Arts, 2009). The Stranger
May 16, 2019
"There's a lot these companies should have reckoned with earlier," argues History professor Margaret O'Mara. CNET
May 16, 2019
Selim Kuru's love of literature all started with his mother, "she was an avid reader and had a library under lock and key and would release books for me according to my age." The Whole U
May 15, 2019
This week in the arts, partake in an audio augmented reality (AR) experience with hundreds of others on Red Square, explore the newly redesigned ARTSUW website, and more! UW News
May 15, 2019
Lynn Shelton (BA, Drama, 1987) talks about how she landed Marc Maron for her new movie. Crosscut
May 14, 2019
Scott Montgomery, a lecturer at the University of Washington's Jackson School of International Affairs, weighs in on the new ice breaker. Crosscut
May 10, 2019
Cellist Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir performs with orchestras and smaller ensembles all around the globe and teaches at the University of Washington in Seattle. Chicago Reader
May 9, 2019
Rainn Wilson (BA, Drama, 1989) gained fame as Dwight Kurt Schrute III on NBC sitcom The Office , but not many know that the actor is a born-and-bred Seattleite. KIRO Radio
May 8, 2019
This week in the arts, examine up-close a selection of Peruvian textiles from the Henry’s collection, attend a lecture about Nordic innovation at the Nordic Museum, and more! UW News
May 7, 2019
Selected from 1,223 nominees from across the country, Natural Sciences undergraduates Chris Moore and Irika Sinha were named Goldwater Scholars. University of Washington
May 6, 2019
Why not sign up for something unexpected during autumn quarter registration? Consider these intriguing offerings. College of Arts & Sciences
May 3, 2019
Biology and Atmospheric Sciences professor Abigail Swann responds to a new study using tree rings to trace climate change and drought. National Geographic
May 3, 2019
Self-improvement books are a popular genre. But when are they useful? Gerald Rosen, clinical professor emeritus in the Department of Psychology, weighs in. CNN
May 3, 2019
Dani Tirrell (Dance lecturer) is a self-described "movement guide," and mines both his personal life and the culture around him to create dance performances with something to say. Seattle Channel
May 3, 2019
Allen Otte and John Lane will lead a lecture-performance, with UW Percussion Ensemble, and discussion. The Seattle Times
May 2, 2019
Postdoctoral researchers Jessica Arbour and Abigail Curtis and Sharlene Santana, associate professor at the Burke Museum, focused on the diversity among bat skulls. UW News
April 30, 2019
A new study identified three factors critical in the rise of mammal communities since they first emerged during the Age of Dinosaurs. UW News
April 30, 2019
The Seattle Times arts writers dish on next month’s most buzzworthy arts and entertainment events, which include several College of Arts & Sciences faculty and alumni. The Seattle Times
April 29, 2019
The region’s universities, including the University of Washington, put on opera performances ranging from inexpensive to free. The Seattle Times
April 29, 2019
With Washington state orca populations under threat, the Lummi Nation have their own rescue strategy. Sam Wasser of the Center for Conservation Biology and others weigh in. The Guardian
April 29, 2019
An artist’s inspiration can come from anywhere. For UW Painting + Drawing Professor Lin Zhi, it happened in August 2001, on a road trip from Missouri to Seattle. NBC News
April 29, 2019
Patricia Kuhl, professor and co-director of UW's I-LABS, explains the benefits of using Parentese. The Washington Post
April 29, 2019
Biology professor Dee Boersma speaks about worrying population trends in Antarctica's emperor penguin colonies. Science
April 26, 2019
Stephen Groening, a professor of Comparative Literature, Cinema, and Media, has been studying this phenomenon in the context of in-flight entertainment for years. Popular Science