The University of Washington Alumni Magazine
The Conservation Center repairs up to 12,000 items each year.
Famed astronaut Scott Kelly touches down on the Ave.
The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation is changing the faces—and future—of conservation.
Arely Morales, '17, took inspiration from Latino artists and a poet in developing her style.
Society’s focus on STEM careers has contributed to a precipitous drop in liberal arts majors. It could be a problem.
Sept. 2017 issue
November 1, 2017
The comedic actress, a '99 grad, hosts a popular advice podcast and recently wrote a memoir.
Features | Solutions | September 28, 2017
My alma mater helped my daughter become a reader.
September 28, 2017
A NASA rocket will blast off for the International Space Station carrying a UW research project called “kidney-on-a-chip.”
Arts & Entertainment | Faculty & Staff | September 14, 2017
Tim Bond, '83, returns to the School of Drama as a professor.
Alumni | Sports | September 12, 2017
Five questions with Anita Campbell, the former Husky running star who came back to UW to coach.
Alumni | Arts & Entertainment | September 7, 2017
“We’re in the ideal spot for owls,” says Paul Bannick, a wildlife photographer who climbs trees and hikes tundra to capture images of the nocturnal predator.
Obituaries | September 12, 2017
To many, he was a “famous entrepreneur” and “beloved boss.” To those closer to him, he was a mentor, role model and dear friend.
Sports | September 13, 2017
Remembering sharpshooter and front-office ace George Irvine, who died at age 69 earlier this year.
Alumni | Sports | August 31, 2017
Trish Bostrom talks tennis and gender equality.
Alumni | Obituaries | July 26, 2017
Theodore R. Anderson Jr. (1937-2017) met his wife when they both were applying for positions at Ski Patrol.
Alumni | People | June 14, 2017
She left the UW to fly B-29 bombers, but she wasn't considered a veteran after WWII ended.
Husky History | STEM | June 27, 2017
Before he funded UW's computer science labs, Paul Allen got kicked out of them.
Sports | June 7, 2017
Niles Appleby is the the man in charge of the 43 tees on N.E. 45th Street.
By eavesdropping on her parents, Pearl Engebord Catlin learned a new language.
Sports | May 30, 2017
Sweeping opponents, Women's Rowing wins national championship.
Alumni | June 14, 2017
Singer Sarah St. Albin started out singing to her chickens.
Alumni | Obituaries | June 15, 2017
Rep. Helen Sommers protected funding and expanded opportunities.
Alumni | People | June 7, 2017
Laura Dowling, ’81, ’91, served as the Chief Floral Designer in the Obama White House.
Campus News | Hub | News | March 30, 2017
Inside the class that's training students to catch—and call out—fake news and falsehoods.
The UW proudly presents Bill Cole with the inaugural Distinguished Teaching Legacy Award.
Sept. 2017 issue
Last year, the UW Libraries were visited 6 million times in person.
UW Medicine’s innovation could yield better results for kidney patients.
Long considered to be a myth, a Native blanket made of dog hair has surfaced at the Burke Museum.
Brian Kaminski and Cindy Nichols are helping persecuted artists in Pittsburgh.
Welcoming the class of 2021 and saying goodbye to an old friend.
A letter from the new UWAA president.
Screenwriter Temple Mathews teams up with his daughter to produce a romantic comedy for all ages.
Ted and Jeremy McGregor operate one of the best alternative weekly papers in the nation.
Sept. 2017 issue
A 1962 grad reflects on her family's history at the UW.
She leads a running group for transplant patients. He's developing a groundbreaking remedy for kidney stones.
A family eager to help their son has helped make the UW a leader in facing down an insidious disease.
June 2017 issue
Anyone who is planning to get old should read this book.
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