News & Events

Arts & Sciences people and programs are often featured in local, national, and campus media. Learn about groundbreaking research and other accomplishments, and hear from faculty with expertise on complex societal issues. Be sure to check our event listings for upcoming performances, lectures, and more. 


illustration of woman climbing a ladder, reaching for digital profile floating in the air

Working Toward Responsible AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) is an essential tool at Indeed, a global job-matching and hiring platform. Trey Causey (2013) works to ensure that the company's AI promotes equity and fairness. 

An open hardcover book with more books in the background.

Read or Listen to Faculty Favorites

Looking for book or podcast recommendations this summer? We asked faculty to share their favorites.

Group of 8 UW students in front of the US Capitol Building.

Putting on My Slacks in DC

Fueled by coffee and enthusiasm, Marina Blatt and other communication majors met with multiple alumni during a Career Exploration trip to Washington, DC. 

Most Recent

  • Seattle crows are so smart, they’re challenging what we know about evolution

    Researchers have made startling discoveries in recent years about a crow’s ability to communicate, solve problems, remember people and use tools. What researchers are discovering about crow brains is changing how scientists understand intelligence — and bringing into question our accepted version of evolution. John Marzluff, professor of environmental and forest sciences at the UW, Loma Pendergraft, lecturer of psychology at the UW, and Doug Wacker, assistant professor of biological sciences at UW Bothell, are quoted.
    07/19/2024 | KUOW
  • Headshot of UW Professor Xiaosong Li

    Xiaosong Li Named College's Associate Dean for Research

    UW Chemistry professor Xiaosong Li has joined the College of Arts & Sciences leadership team as associate dean for research. 

    07/19/2024 | College of Arts & Sciences
  • Throughline: The Creeping Coup

    Sudan has been at the center of a deadly and brutal war for over a year. It's the site of the world's largest hunger crisis, and the world's largest displacement crisis. Christopher Tounsel, associate professor of history at the UW, is interviewed.
    07/18/2024 | NPR
View All Stories

UW Arts Events

ArtsUW is a way for students, faculty, and the greater community to find knowledge and meaning through artistic experience.