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November 26, 2019
David Giblin, Herbarium Collections Manager at the Burke Museum, discusses the decrease in wetland habitat in Oregon's Willamette Valley. OPB
November 26, 2019
Charles Johnson, a professor in English, is featured on new American Psychological Association diversity posters. UW News
November 26, 2019
UW sociologist Christine Leibbrand and her co-authors examined residency among children whose fathers were in prison, or recently released, at the time of data collection. UW News
November 26, 2019
Six faculty members, including Biology Professor Julia Parrish, have been named fellows in the American Association for the Advancement of Science. UW News
November 25, 2019
Associate Professor of ceramics + glass + sculpture Doug Jeck discusses his artist residency at Pilchuck Glass School. American Craft Council
November 25, 2019
Off the Rez Cafe, one of the Pacific Northwest's only Native American restaurants and co-owned by two UW alums, has opened inside the Burke Museum on the University of Washington campus. SeattleMet
November 25, 2019
Crisca Bierwert, an anthropology faculty member, has created an online map of public art by Northwest Native artists. Crosscut
November 25, 2019
University of Washington faculty studied the effects of the Seattle school district's later school start time policy, finding that students got more sleep with later start times. King 5 News
November 25, 2019
Law, Societies, and Justice major Auston Jimmicum is profiled on his journey towards the UW and his time here. Undergraduate Academic Affairs
November 25, 2019
This week in the arts , Three Sisters closes, Professor Shannon Dudley bridges campus and community, Burke Open Doors allows chatting with researchers, and more! UW News
November 25, 2019
This week, the University of Washington offers a variety of arts experiences, including the Henry Art Gallery's new exhibition, "In Plain Sight," and CarolFest. UW News
November 24, 2019
Daren Byler (PhD, 2018, Anthropology), a scholar of Uighur culture explains the savior mentality behind the "manner education" in China's Uighur detention camps. Washington Post
November 24, 2019
Psychologist Susan Joslyn explains why those unfamiliar with extreme weather events tend to heed warnings more than those who are. Washington Post
November 24, 2019
Alumni Melissa Arias (BA, 1997, Political Science) and Trina Cottingham (BS, 1996, Psychology) discuss how their education at UW impacts their careers on the Make-a-Wish leadership team. University of Washington Magazine
November 24, 2019
English Professor Shawn Wong has long worked to protect the rights of the family of the author of "No-No Boy," a classic piece of Asian-American literature. University of Washington Magazine
November 23, 2019
UW alum and lecturer Graham Pruss lived in an RV for five months as part of the research for his anthropology PhD, and discusses the feelings of unwelcomeness it brought from his community. CBC
November 22, 2019
The Henry Art Gallery's new exhibition "In Plain Sight" "opens a museum-wide look at issues, histories and ideas that are not always evident in public places." KUOW
November 22, 2019
Part of the Henry Art Gallery's "In Plain Sight," Sanford Bigger's sculpture "And?" is a "connective, enduring thread" of African-American history. The Stranger
November 21, 2019
The Henry Art Gallery has recently acquired work by southern African-American artists from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation and contemporary work gifted by collectors John and Shari Behnke. Hyperallergic
November 21, 2019
Shannon Dudley, School of music ethnomusicology professor, discusses what makes a song. Scientific American
November 21, 2019
English Professor Chadwick Allen discusses the contemporary relevance of Native American mound building. The Whole U
November 21, 2019
Shannon Dudley, University of Washington ethnomusicology professor, discusses what makes a song. Scientific American
November 20, 2019
In a study of transgender children, researchers with the Department of Psychology found that transgender children "experience gender just as strongly as cisgender" children. New York Daily News
November 20, 2019
The participating artists illuminate stories and narratives typically hidden from public view The Daily
November 19, 2019
Francis Abugbilla, graduate student in the Jackson School, has donated four solar panels to schools in Ghana, aiding education in Information and Communication Technology. allAfrica

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