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June 7, 2017
Alexes Harris of UW department of sociology weighs in on a potential fee waiver for indigent and other needy criminal defendants in Los Angeles County. Los Angeles Times
June 7, 2017
A team led by the University of Washington and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has for the first time discovered magnetism in the 2-D world of monolayers. UW Today
June 7, 2017
Three years after Amazon Echo launched as a frivolous oddity, its maker now plans to put Alexa inside smart phones, refrigerators, vacuums and Ford cars. USA Today
June 6, 2017
An unexpected rain of spiders led to a lovely Twitter geek-out between astronomers and arachnologists. The Atlantic
June 5, 2017
Each spring, a handful of outstanding faculty earn a special spotlight: a Distinguished Teaching Award (DTA). Columns Magazine
June 5, 2017
The Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs is dedicated to the improvement of graduate education in international affairs. Jackson School of International Studies
June 3, 2017
At the University of Washington, students are learning to navigate the hazards of our information-addled age. The New Yorker
May 31, 2017
The decision to be a mother is as intense, and personal, as ever. Here, several Seattle-area women share how they made their choice to be a mom — or not. The Seattle Times
May 31, 2017
UW History Department professor, Margaret O'Mara, weighs in on Mark Zuckerberg's recent commencement speech. USA Today
May 31, 2017
Jackson School Director and Turkey expert, Dr. Reşat Kasaba was interviewed by KOMO News to discuss the visit of U.S. President Donald Trump to Saudi Arabia and Israel. KOMO Radio
May 31, 2017
Considerable attention has been devoted to the difficulties facing women in computer sciences, the problems and the search for solutions extend across the range of STEM fields. Crosscut
May 30, 2017
Bill Radke speaks with professor Cheryl Kaiser from the psychology department at the University of Washington about the bystander effect. KUOW
May 26, 2017
Astronomers need to know how stars form and black holes burst -- and how to pry that information from the many terabytes of data that will stream from next-generation telescopes. Wired
May 26, 2017
Join the Jackson School of International Studies on Friday, June 2 for a lively discussion of vital emerging cybersecurity issues. Jackson School of International Studies
May 26, 2017
UW professor of sociology, Pepper Schwartz, weighs in on ways to overcome common sex problems. Men's Health
May 24, 2017
Research for the book took him around the country, including to the University Washington, where he sat in on biology classes taught by University of Washington lecturer Jennifer Doherty. Seattle Times
May 23, 2017
Relive the one-hundredth anniversary of the Everett Massacre and learn how that tragic event helped shape the labor history of Washington. UW TV
May 22, 2017
University of Washington psychologist John Gottman identified behaviors that derail conversations so consistently that he refers to them as “the four horsemen...” Havard Business Review
May 19, 2017
Vicente Rafael, a UW professor of Southeast Asian history, weighs in on a recent controversial essay. Crosscut
May 19, 2017
Calling all citizen scientists: The Australian National University wants you to join the search for supernovae. GeekWire
May 19, 2017
Breaking from the general poleward movement of many species, flowering trees take an unexpected turn. Nature
May 18, 2017
Books, TV Shows, podcasts, news stories, the latest meme. There's a constant stream of media to keep up with. How do we stay sane? Seattle Times
May 18, 2017
Rising global temperatures negatively impact all living beings. Tech Times
May 17, 2017
David James, a visiting scientist with the University of Washington Department of Astronomy, assisted in the discovery of an exoplanet. UW Today
May 16, 2017
UW sociology researcher, Tim Thomas, on a migration of historic proportions—African-Americans leaving central Seattle and being pushed south, driven by high rents. KUOW

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