• ArtSci Roundup: Diversity Lecture Series, Jacob Lawrence Gallery Reopening, Sacred Breath, and more.

    This week, attend the Diversity Lecture Series “Unveiling Maternal Morbidity and Mortality in the United States”, celebrate the Jacob Lawrence Gallery Reopening, listen to Indigenous storytellers at Sacred Breath, and more. November 13, 3:00 – 4:30pm | Diversity Lecture Series: “Unveiling Maternal Morbidity and Mortality in the United States: Disparities and Challenges in Women’s Health”,...
    11/08/2023 | UW News
  • “Ways of Knowing” Episode 8: Translation

    When you hear a cover of a favorite song, comparisons are inevitable. There are obvious similarities – the lyrics, the melody – but there are also enough differences to make each version unique. Those deviations say more than you might expect. Maya Angela Smith, associate professor of French, introduces translation studies through the lens of the song "Ne Me Quitte Pas."

    10/10/2023 | UW News
  • Ways of Knowing: Podcast featuring Faculty from the UW College of Arts & Sciences

    “Ways of Knowing” is an eight-episode podcast connecting humanities research with current events and issues. This season features faculty from across the humanities as they explore race, immigration, history, the natural world – even comic books. Each episode analyzes a work, or an idea, and provides additional resources for learning more. 

    10/10/2023 | UW News
  • We are First-Generation: College of Arts & Sciences Faculty and Staff

    In the College of Arts & Sciences, we are proud to celebrate our first-generation community through a collection of stories! We honor our faculty and staff, and their many contributions to our university community and beyond.

    10/05/2023 | College of Arts & Sciences
  • Dawg Daze Digest: Planetarium Shows, Art Tours, Trivia, Information Sessions and more!

    Kick off the Autumn quarter and celebrate a return to campus with these can’t-miss recommendations from the College of Arts & Sciences.

    09/08/2023 | College of Arts & Sciences
  • 2023 Husky 100

    The Husky 100 recognizes 100 UW undergraduate and graduate students who are making the most of their time at the UW.

    04/24/2023 | University of Washington
  • Smith to Lead Equity, Justice & Inclusion Efforts

    Maya Angela Smith, the College's inaugural associate dean for equity, justice and inclusion, answers questions about her new role.

    November 2022 Perspectives
  • Celebrating Pride Month

    Celebrate Pride Month and the history, progress and power of the LGBTQIA+ community through a collection of works by College of Arts & Sciences faculty, students and alumni.

    06/01/2022 | College of Arts & Sciences
  • A Digital Life for Print Texts

    While studying the impact of the digital revolution on texts, students created digital editions using print publications in UW Special Collections.

    April 2022 Perspectives
  • Dianne Harris named dean of UW College of Arts & Sciences

    University of Washington Provost Mark A. Richards today announced Dianne Harris will become dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, beginning Sept. 1.

    UW News
  • ArtSci Roundup: Exhibitions at The Henry Art Gallery, From ‘Permit Patty’ to ‘Karen’: Black Rearticulations of Racial Humor, and More

    This week at the UW, attend a talk on Gender in the E.U, visit the Henry Art Gallery, and more.

    UW News
  • A People's Song Upon the Waters

    Maya Angela Smith, associate professor of French and Italian studies, discusses the African American roots of the sea chantey.

    Zocalo Public Square
  • Enunciating Power: Amanda Gorman and My Battle With Claiming My Voice

    “I caught the live telecast [of the presidential inauguration] just as Amanda Gorman was set to recite her soul-stirring poem ‘The Hill We Climb.’ As she took the stage, radiant in her bright yellow jacket and red headpiece, the morning’s frustrations began to recede. And when she gifted us her words, I could feel the nation let out a collective sigh of relief after four years of weathering trauma,” writes Maya Smith, associate professor of French and Italian studies at the UW.

    Yes! Magazine
  • The Value of a Non-STEM Major, with Dean Stacey

    College of Arts & Sciences Dean Stacey explains that there is an important civic, political, social, and cultural element to an education and that you can get that in a wide variety of majors.

  • Six unique majors that may not be on your radar

    Interested in the College of Arts & Sciences but don’t know what to study? Here are six majors that you may not have discovered yet.

    The Daily