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Perspectives Newsletter May 2017

Michelle Steele and a young girl with UW alumna Rachel Liu and interpreter in Zacapa
“It felt like a whole quarter-worth of clinical experience in ten days," says a Department of Speech & Hearing Sciences grad student who volunteered in Guatemala. Read More
Hamza Zafer at white board
Despite its historical importance, the classical language Ge’ez is taught at just three universities in the Western world — including the UW. Read More
Elissa Washuta
The Sacred Breath series features Native American writers and storytellers, with an upcoming event on May 10. Read More
Dante text
A new online course introduces students to the humanities through A&S faculty's personal stories and favorite artifacts. Read More
Jason Groves and TA Nina Doejen
Extinction is usually treated as a scientific topic. The course "Cultures of Extinction" explores it with a humanities focus. Read More
Zhi Lin
Zhi Lin has done extensive research on Chinese immigrants for his artworks, on view at the Tacoma Art Museum in June. Read More