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October 8, 2018
UW Drama Mellon Creative Fellow Mrinalini Kamath discovered her passion for theatre when a professor suggested she take a playwriting class. International Examiner
October 8, 2018
As all things pumpkin spice arrive in grocery store aisles and on restaurant menus, a new UW study describes the earliest-known use of nutmeg as a food ingredient. UW News
October 8, 2018
UW political science professor and founding director of the Center for Environmental Politics, Aseem Prakash, on the potential impact of initiative 1631 My San Antonio
October 5, 2018
“I want to recover these moments in which women were stepping out into the streets, onto the screen, and behind the camera and mobilizing." The Whole U
October 4, 2018
Associate Professor of Psychology Kristina Olson has been named one of this year's MacArthur Fellows. UW News
October 4, 2018
UW Biology Professor Janneke Hille Ris Lambers' research on the effect of climate change on plants is described in a recent article. High Country News
October 4, 2018
NPR Kroc Fellowship selected Mayowa Aina (BA, International Studies, 2017) for the yearlong program designed to develop the next generation of extraordinary public media journalists. Public Radio East

October 4, 2018
<p>NPR Kroc Fellowship selected Mayowa Aina (BA, International Studies, 2017) for the yearlong progrgram designed to develop the next generation of extraordinary public media journalists.</p> Public Radio East
October 2, 2018
Widely dismissed after publication, John Okada's (BA, English, '47) 1957 book was nearly forgotten until it gained attention by word of mouth throughout the Asian-American community. The Japan Times
October 1, 2018
With guitarist Bill Frisell in tow, Cuong Vu creates a dramatic set of all original tunes that reflects a cross-continental sensability on Change in the Air. PopMatters
October 1, 2018
Two UW scientists, Abigail Swann (assistant professor, biology and atmospheric sciences) and Marlies Kovenock (biology doctoral student), have discovered that plants with thicker leaves may exacerbate the effects of climate change because they would be less efficient in sequestering atmospheric carbon, a fact that climate change models to date have not taken into account. UW News
September 28, 2018
The UW's Henry Art Gallery is hosting "Muse," a show of Mickalene Thomas's photographs, bringing the well-known painter's photographic oeure to audiences in the PNW. PDN
September 27, 2018
Carolyn Yuen-Marino (BA, English, 2010) wanted to see more Asian American representation in pop culture, so she took a leap of faith and produced her own web series. King 5
September 26, 2018
Aseem Prakash, founding director of the UW's Center for Environmental Politics, said the Marshall Islands’ move spoke to a growing trend around carbon neutrality. Reuters
September 25, 2018
Students expose layers hidden beneath the city's staggering wealth, using "dark tourism" to find reasons for protest and celebration--sometimes both at once. Medium
September 25, 2018
UW Psychology research study finds that practicing mindfulness benefits parents and their children. UW News
September 25, 2018
Research team led by UW Professor Takato Imaizumi discovers gene activity in plants that leads to flowering. UW News
September 24, 2018
Dudley teaches music of Latin America and the Caribbean, American popular music, Music and Community, Comparative Musicianship and Analysis, and graduate seminars in Ethnomusicology. The Whole U
September 24, 2018
"What we're looking at is something like a settler colonial situation where an entire generation is lost," said Darren Byler, a researcher of Uighur culture at UW. The New York Times
September 21, 2018
UW Biology students and researchers have discovered new information about sea urchins on a recent submarine expedition. The Seattle Times
September 20, 2018
Department of Psychology researchers discover toddlers conduct a form of cost-benefit analysis in deciding whether to help someone. UW News
September 20, 2018
Physics Graduate Student Rachel Osofsky is quoted about her work adjusting the magnetic field of a new electromagnetic ring. sciencenews.org
September 20, 2018
Assistant Research Professor Rory Barnes' published paper is cited in a recent article about fictional Star Trek Planet Vulcan. GeekWire
September 20, 2018
A team of researchers led by Sam Wasser (Director of UW Center for Conservation Biology) is examining the genetic data in seized elephant ivory to trace it back to the animals’ homelands and connect it to global trafficking crimes. UW News
September 20, 2018
Margaret O'Mara explores the impact of a December 1968 computer presentation that came to be called “the mother of all demos” in an episode of a new podcast series. UW News

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