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April 25, 2019
A new space race is underway, but what does that mean for international politics and law? Professor Saadia Pekkaenen and others explore this question in a group of new essays. UW News
April 25, 2019
King County execs respond to concerns raised by a report from the Jackson School's Center for Human Rights. Seattle Times
April 25, 2019
Research from I-LABS shows how differences in the brains of blind individuals affects their ability to process auditory information. UW News
April 25, 2019
Dan Eisenberg, Associate Professor of Anthropology, weighs in on the effects of paternal age in offspring. New Scientist
April 24, 2019
This week in the arts, attend an original, gender-expansive adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet; see the dancer-illusionists of MOMIX, and more . . . UW News
April 22, 2019
Through the Task Force program, students in the Jackson School of International Studies tackle critical policy challenges — and set their career paths in motion. University of Washington
April 19, 2019
UW professors, including English professor Jesse Oak Taylor, explore ways to reduce the carbon footprint of academic conferences. Inside Higher Ed
April 19, 2019
Devin Naar, professor of Sephardic Studies at the UW, weighs in on the impact of the Holocaust on the Jewish community in Saloniki, Greece. The Jerusalem Post
April 19, 2019
James Clauss, professor of classics, challenges students to go in search of myth and meaning in moving making. The Whole U
April 19, 2019
From indigenous language revitalization to healthcare and human rights -- check out each of their unique, personal stories. University of Washington
April 19, 2019
The Seattle Symphony's 2018-19 composer in residence Derek Bermel collaborates with Marcin Paczkowsky, a research associate in DXARTS. The Seattle Times
April 18, 2019
Meet the American Ethnic Studies alum whose new gallery in White Center celebrates Latinx art and a home for the 'in-between.' Crosscut
April 18, 2019
Op-ed by Professor James Wellman, Professor and Chair of the Comparative Religion Program in the Jackson School of International Studies Crosscut
April 17, 2019
Valerie Curtis-Newton, head of directing program in the School of Drama, is the director of "Nina Simone: Four Women" at the Seattle Repertory Theatre, on stage April 26. The Seattle Times
April 17, 2019
This week, attend opening night of “Romeo and Jules”, witness musicians perform with their brains, drop in at the library for a lunchtime concert . . . UW News
April 15, 2019
Chadwick Allen, a professor of English and the Russell F. Stark University Professor, commented on the emergence of Indigenous studies programs in higher education. Princeton University News
April 15, 2019
Emily Levesque, an astronomer at the UW, weighs in on the significance of the first image of a black hole. NOVA
April 14, 2019
Artist Sara Siestreem speaks at the Henry Art Gallery about what it means to be a tribe member, artist, educator The Daily
April 12, 2019
Seattle choreographer Mark Haim, a Department of Dance lecturer, crowdsources a new performance. Crosscut
April 11, 2019
Sol Moravia-Rosenberg (BA, American Ethnic Studies | Comparative History of Ideas, 2011), c elebrates his new album with an April 12 release show at the Showbox. The Seattle Times
April 11, 2019
From the University of Washington, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Theodore Roethke and a pioneer of "theater in the round" Glenn Hughes, are celebrated in National Poetry Month. Seattle Magazine
April 11, 2019
Thouless was a theoretical physicist whose most well-known work focused on the properties of matter in extremely thin layers. UW News
April 10, 2019
Actress Pamela Reed (BA, Drama, 1975) takes on a sequel to the classic Ibsen play at Seattle Rep. Crosscut
April 9, 2019
For Professor Timothy Salzman, “music is a universal language”. As director of the UW Wind Ensemble, he delights in helping students perfect their playing. UW Office of Global Affairs
April 8, 2019
Prize awarded for a decade of transformative prison education work. Simpson Center for the Humanities

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