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June 3, 2020
In this year’s annual thesis exhibition, eight Master of Fine Arts and six Master of Design candidates at the UW will showcase their work online. The Daily
June 3, 2020
Elena Erosheva, professor of statistics and of social work at the UW, and Carole Lee, associate professor of philosophy at the UW, are quoted. The Chronicle of Higher Education
June 2, 2020
David Barash, professor emeritus of biology, writes about the "bio-wisdom" that may come from the COVID-19 pandemic. Psychology Today
June 1, 2020
A wide variety of College of Arts and Sciences students and faculty have been honored with the 2020 Awards of Excellence. UW News
June 1, 2020
Craig Heyamoto (BA, Mathematics, 1975) discusses his role with UW athletics and how compiling stats has changed. UW Magazine
June 1, 2020
Jane Brown, professor emerita of comparative literature, explains why she likes re-reading favorite books and how that relates to her role as a professor. UW Magazine
June 1, 2020
Warren KingGeorge (BA, American Indian Studies, 2012) and Burke Museum staff explain the unlikely story of two tribal canoes. UW Magazine
June 1, 2020
English student Victor Andy and American Indian Studies lecturer Tami Hohn discuss Hohn's classes in Indigenous language Southern Lushootseed. UW Magazine
June 1, 2020
GWSS affiliate faculty Jen Self and Anthony Cheng (BA, Communications, 2020) discuss their work and experience in the Q Center. UW Magazine
June 1, 2020
Chemistry PhD student Emily Rabe discusses her work on the "ultimate puzzle" of clean energy. UW Magazine
June 1, 2020
Jake Prendez (BA, American Ethnic Studies, 2000) discusses his experience as a Latinx artist and the creation of his cultural center. UW Magazine
June 1, 2020
Emma Teal Laukitis (MA, Design, 2018) and her sister discuss their new salmon cookbook and how their love of storytelling and salmon developed. UW Magazine
June 1, 2020
Art collector Virginia Bloedel Wright funded countless shows at the Henry Art Gallery and brought the Broken Obelisk to the UW. UW Magazine
June 1, 2020
The killing of George Floyd elicited corporate outrage. But well-intentioned rhetoric has not always been followed by meaningful action. Margaret O'Mara, professor of history, explains. Wired
June 1, 2020
Christopher Parker, professor of political science discusses a protest at Vancouver Art Gallery Sunday in solidarity with protests against police violence and racial injustice in the U.S. CBC
June 1, 2020
Kathleen Fearn-Banks, associate communication professor, and Margaret O'Mara, history professor, discuss Seattle corporations' responses to police brutality protests. The Seattle Times
May 31, 2020
Sam Wasser, research professor of biology, explains how researchers are studying orcas in the Northwest waters in light of the coronavirus pandemic. The Seattle Times
May 30, 2020
Aseem Prakash, political science professor, discusses whether big banks are effective climate change advocates, or whether they are simply "climate washing." Forbes
May 29, 2020
People with autism spectrum disorder, or ASD, may experience sensory hypersensitivity more often than people without ASD, according to the National Autism Association. UW News
May 29, 2020
Jonathan Kanter, research associate professor of psychology, is referenced in this article about loneliness and its exacerbation due to COVID-19. Psychology Today
May 29, 2020
Carl Bergstrom, professor of biology, explains his concerns with the Trump administration's removal of CDC guidances regarding the potential spread of COVID-19 in places of worship. MyNorthwest
May 29, 2020
Carrie Slavin (’94 grad, Art History) and Theresa Roberts (’88 grad, Communications) discuss their work in the Seattle Assistance League delivering family care packages. Seattle Times
May 28, 2020
As COVID-19 has forced education out of classrooms and onto the internet, UW clean energy “ambassadors” (who teach to K-12 students) are also making the shift to remote teaching. Geekwire
May 28, 2020
David Bachman, professor of international studies, explains how the US Navy reminded China that the South China Sea is open to navigation by US ships. King 5 News
May 28, 2020
Charles Johnson, professor of English, has released a new—more personal—book on advice on grandfathering. UW News

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