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February 26, 2019
Analysis from Professor Laurie Marhoefer of the UW Department of History. The Conversation
February 26, 2019
A team of UW-led physicists reports that it has developed a new system to trap individual excitons — bound pairs of electrons and their associated positive charges UW News
February 21, 2019
So proud of our College of Arts & Sciences Fulbright recipients! Check out all the exciting places they are headed in the year ahead. UW News
February 20, 2019
A University of Washington-led research team found that children with autism communicate with peers and participate in activities more often than people might presume. UW News
February 19, 2019
Emily Zimmerman, director of the Jacob Lawrence Gallery, explains how the gallery is taking action for a more equitable future for artists. The Seattle TImes
February 15, 2019
The Dip, a band made up of College of Arts & Sciences alumni, releases their second album. The Seattle Times
February 15, 2019
Twenty-five years ago, the University of Washington inaugurated a gallery to honor a giant of our time. Crosscut
February 15, 2019
Michael Berry teaches music theory 'outside the box' at UW Tacoma and the UW School of Music. The Whole U
February 14, 2019
The Burke Museum is moving its collection, including seldom-seen objects, to its new home, which is scheduled to open in the fall. The Seattle Times
February 14, 2019
UW sociologist, Pepper Schwartz, on the "Seattle freeze" and relationships. King 5
February 14, 2019
Nearly 30 years ago, a mathematician and a psychologist teamed up to explore one of life’s enduring mysteries: What makes some marriages happy and some miserable? The Wall Street Journal
February 14, 2019
UW sociologist, Pepper Schwartz, on how dating has become dominated by technology. CNET
February 14, 2019
Professor of Psychology, Yuichi Shoda, on the nonconscious feelings people hold told their partners. The Conversation
February 13, 2019
If ever a show deserved a rave review, it's the Crocker Art Museum's "History, Labor, Life: The Prints of Jacob Lawrence." Lawrence was a professor of painting at the UW. The Sacramento Bee
February 7, 2019
Adam Warren is an associate professor of Latin American history at the University of Washington with a special focus in science, medicine, and the study of indigenous peoples in Peru. The Whole U
February 1, 2019
Professor James Gregory on the power of public history and the centenary of the 1919 Seattle General Strike The Whole U
January 31, 2019
Scientists have just discovered a dinosaur relative that lived in Antarctica 250 million years ago. The iguana-sized reptile’s genus name, Antarctanax, means Antarctic king. UW News
January 31, 2019
The Backstory: ‘Paleo-nerds’ collided at Seattle’s Burke Museum, resulting in friendship — and 2 science books featuring Troll’s quirky art. The Seattle Times
January 31, 2019
A reptile about the size of an iguana was the king of Antarctica is now part of the permanent collection at the Burke Museum. GeekWire
January 30, 2019
Tanya Tagaq will be in residency at the University of Washington Feb. 6 to 8, capped by a concert at Meany Center on Feb. 8. The Seattle Times
January 25, 2019
Established in 1973, the Odegaard award honors individuals whose leadership in the community exemplifies the former UW president’s work on behalf of diversity. Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
January 25, 2019
From John F. Kennedy to Janis Joplin, the former UW sociology major has a knack for making his subjects feel at ease Columns Magazine
January 24, 2019
Wolf populations are increasing in Washington state faster than officials expected. King 5
January 22, 2019
Tanya Tagaq performs on Friday, February 8, at UW’s Meany Center for the Performing Arts. The Seattle Globalist
January 17, 2019
Learn the fascinating history behind why some students at the UW's Canadian Studies Center are learning Inuktitut. CBC News