Undergraduate Education

  • 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
  • How's Your BS Detector?

    Frustrated to see misleading information published as fact, professors Carl Bergstrom (Biology) and Jevin West (Information School) created a wildly popular UW course and book, Calling Bullshit." 

    September 2023 Perspectives
  • For UW Athletes, A Roman Adventure

    Husky football players and other UW athletes explored Rome through a ten-day study abroad program led by Classics Professor Jim Clauss. 

    August 2023 Perspectives
  • Four Dean's Medalists, Working Toward Change

    The four new graduates honored as College of Arts & Sciences Dean's Medalists for 2023 are all working to improve our world, in different ways. 

    July 2023 Perspectives
  • Words in review: 'Follow your passions!'

    Sapna Cheryan, professor of psychology at the UW, and her colleagues want U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona to consider not telling grads to, "Follow your passions," in his commencement address on Saturday. Instead, in this interview Cheryan shares alternative advice for graduating students.

  • An Inquisitive Mind

    Hayden Goldberg, graduating with majors in political science and economics, has advised the dean of Arts & Sciences for the past three years while juggling numerous other projects. 

    June 2023 Perspectives
  • STEM and the Symphony

    Meghna Shankar, graduating with degrees in physics and computer science, found joy and balance by also performing in the UW Symphony Orchestra. 

    June 2023 Perspectives
  • Making Films, Finding Community

    As UW student Kenna Fojas (Cinema & Media Studies, Psychology) prepares to graduate, she's set to direct a film she wrote with guidance from a screenwriting idol. 

    June 2023 Perspectives
  • ‘Material Latitudes’: Student art at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery

    Earlier this quarter, students from the School of Art + Art History + Design opened “Material Latitudes” in the Jacob Lawrence Gallery. Writer Theron Hassi walks through the featured pieces from senior students, which showcase topics such as braiding hair, the visibility of disability, and environmental justice. 

    The Daily
  • The Satisfying Work of Empowering Workers

    Through the Bridges Center for Labor Studies, UW students work on labor-related issues as interns for local labor organizations.

    May 2023 Perspectives
  • Encouraging Creativity in Every Student

    In this video, UW faculty, students, and visiting artists share how participation in the Arts & Creativity Initiative sparked new connections and ideas.

    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.

    University of Washington
  • A Recipe for Exploration

    At the UW, Phillip Meng juggled a triple major, research, internships, journal editorship, business consulting, and more. Here's his recipe for making the most of the University.

    April 2023 Perspectives
  • Asian American History, Shared through Graphic Novels

    Graphic novels created by American Ethnic Studies students explore the role of Seattle's Asian American community in historic events.

    March 2023 Perspectives
  • Preparing for a Life in Music

    How do students prepare for a life in music? Faculty and staff in the School of Music discuss the many paths to a music career.

    March 2023 Perspectives