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August 27, 2020
Climbers of Everest are twice as likely to summit, despite an increase in crowding. Raymond Huey, professor emeritus of biology, is quoted. Reuters
August 27, 2020
An ancient creature was among the first animals who survived by hibernation. Christian Sidor, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the Burke Museum and professor of biology, is quoted. IB Times
August 27, 2020
In creatures that lived before dinosaurs, paleontologists found signs of hibernation. Christian Sidor, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the Burke and professor of biology, is quoted. The New York Times
August 27, 2020
Lead author Megan Whitney, biology graduate student, explains her new study on the hibernation state of a creature who lived before the dinosaurs. UW News
August 26, 2020
A new UW study looked at language in rental ads in the Seattle area and found that they often reinforced preconceived ideas about various neighborhoods. KNKX
August 26, 2020
Raymond Huey, professor emeritus of biology, explains the factors that lead to success when climbing Everest. Inverse
August 26, 2020
David Rahbee, director of orchestral activities in the School of Music won the American Prize for the college/university category. The American Prize
August 26, 2020
A report about the impact of satellite clusters says damage to observations is unavoidable and offers mitigation strategies. Meredith Rawls, a research scientist in astronomy, is quoted. Nature
August 26, 2020
Many parents are preparing for what is certain to be a chaotic K-12 school experience this fall. Rachel Heath, associate professor of economics, is quoted. The Seattle Times
August 26, 2020
The UW has ranked #16 in the world in the 2020 Academic Ranking of World Universities. UW News
August 26, 2020
Raymond Huey, professor emeritus of biology, explains the results of his new study on the summit and death rates on Mount Everest. UW News
August 25, 2020
Do toys advertised as teaching STEM actually work? Allison Master, a research scientist at the Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, is quoted. LiveScience
August 25, 2020
The real world is seeping into online communities and making them harder to moderate. Charles Kiene, a doctoral student in communication, is quoted. The Washington Post
August 25, 2020
Ian Kennedy, sociology graduate student, is the lead author of a study on Seattle-area rental ads and how they can reinforce segregation. UW News
August 25, 2020
To understand the origins of this beast of myth and legend, KUOW spoke with Lauren Poyer, a lecturer in Scandinavian Studies who specializes in mythology. KUOW
August 25, 2020
Xiaosong Li, chemistry professor brings computational science to the virtual classroom during COVID-19. Clean Energy Institute
August 24, 2020
Colin Marshall, associate professor of philosophy, explains what to say to someone who refuses to wear a mask. The Conversation
August 24, 2020
The Seattle Times gives ideas for busting boredom, including reading spider facts from the Burke Museum. The Seattle Times
August 24, 2020
Scott Radnitz, professor of international studies, and Yuan Hsiao, sociology doctoral student, explain the disagreement over whether Black Lives Matter protesters are peaceful. The Washington Post
August 22, 2020
Max Lieblich, professor of mathematics, is quoted in this article about the "Rolls Royce of chalk." CNN
August 21, 2020
Rubén Manzanedo, a postdoctoral researcher in biology, is quoted in this article about what COVID-19 can teach us about fighting climate change. The Washington Post
August 21, 2020
Scott Montgomery, lecturer of international studies, explains Trump's decision to allow drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The Conversation
August 20, 2020
The Jackson School of International Studies has received a $200,000 grant for cybersecurity research from Carnegie Corporation of New York. UW News
August 20, 2020
During this time of uncertainty and isolation, find solace in digital opportunities to connect, share, and engage through events such as the Strange Coupling Exhibition launch. UW News
August 20, 2020
Faculty in the Department of Statistics at the University of Washington are actively engaged in research related to COVID-19. Department of Statistics

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