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Bob Stacey talks about the UW's commitment to veterans and shares why Veteran's Day has personal meaning for him.
Researchers study how animals move, navigate, and use their senses during flight at a new center funded by the Air Force.
Two veterans majoring in art at the UW discuss their military service, their art, and the relationship between the two.
The UW's Integrated Social Sciences degree program allows students to take courses anywhere--including active-duty military stationed abroad.
A new Asia-Pacific Military Fellowship in the Jackson School provides immersion in the history and culture of Asian countries.
English Professor Shawn Wong leads storytelling workshops for soldiers transitioning to civilian life, through the Red Badge Project.
For 20 years, UW students have participated in field research on a tropical island that's home to more than a thousand monkeys.
Playwrights and scientists pair up to explore what it means to be human in light of current developments in science and technology.
An October 5 conference addresses how access to information can be a tool in securing truth, justice, and reparations in human rights cases.
A benefit concert for the Astrobiology Program and Astronomy Department combines original symphonic music with spectacular imagery from space.
The Dance Program celebrates several milestones with a festival featuring performances, panel discussions, master classes, and more.
The Department of Astronomy celebrates its 50th anniversary with lectures, a concert, and—just maybe—an exploding star.
In The Shape of the New, two UW professors share four 'big ideas' that shaped the modern world.
A former scientist, now a humanities professor, teaches a course that explores legal, ethical, scientific, and commercial aspects of biotechnology.
Design students from the UW School of Art and Southeastern University in Nanjing, China did parallel projects, then met in China to share their work.
Dean Robert Stacey's thoughts on how an improved budget could lead students to explore the College's tremendous breadth.
Researchers have identified a fossil found in the San Juan Islands as a dinosaur bone dating back 80 million years.
Faculty have the rare opportunity to fully immerse themselves in a scholarly or pedagogical project during sabbaticals.
Four students who earned graduate degrees this year have been named A&S Graduate Medalists for 2015.
From Distinguished Teaching Awards to President's Medals, it's awards season at the UW.
Anthropology major Alina Aleaga developed curricula that encourage Pacific Islander students to explore their heritage—and the Burke Museum.
"Scary-smart" is how one professor describes David Jekel, who majored in math and classics.
A violist, an economist, a poet, and a mathematician share the College of Arts & Sciences’ highest undergraduate honor, the Dean's Medal.
Newly minted UW alum Austin Williams has built What's Good 206 into a go-to website for positive stories.
Disenchanted with his career as an Audi technician, Simon Walker returned to school and discovered a passion for international studies.