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International studies professor Mary Callahan’s new book is Making Enemies: War and State Building in Burma.
Meet the Dean's Medalists for 2002, representing the top student in each of the College's four divisions.
UW undergraduates in the Legislative Internship Program spend winter quarter in Olympia, learning the intricacies of state politics as they intern for legislators.
A childhood interest in astronomy, renewed in adulthood, led David Brooks to support postdoctoral fellowships in the Department of Astronomy.
Many A&S staff have specialized skills that are valuable to their department but not highly visible to the larger community. Meet four staff with unusual and specialized jobs.
An interview with Rhodes Scholar Elizabeth Angell (BA, History, International Studies, 2001).
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