‘Boys in the Boat’ makes UW a character in a major motion picture.
The first Black author to garner the James Beard Award for Writing, Michael Twitty connects food, ancestry and cultures.
December 2023 Issue
A UW center takes an innovative approach to solving one of medicine’s vexing problems: when organ transplants mysteriously lead to cancer.
A UW program works to improve maternal health outcomes for Black women and other underserved community members.
Features | Husky History | Sports | September 2, 2023
Like the ‘Boys in the Boat,’ UW women’s rowing has its own inspiring story.
Community | November 22, 2023
Alumni | Art | Features | September 2, 2023
Five industrial designers, five decades of influence and one message for tomorrow’s designers.
Campus Life | STEM | Students | October 24, 2023
While researching technology, equity and innovation, Ph.D. candidate Jay Cunningham makes time to help steward the University as a UW regent.
Faculty & Staff | Medicine | September 2, 2023
Throughout his career, George Counts has addressed health and health-care inequities.
Alumni | August 9, 2023
Like her fine jewelry, Valerie Madison built a career to last a lifetime.
People | September 2, 2023
Transferring ownership of a book on African American nurses to a professional organization will raise scholarship funds.
Campus Life | Community | Husky History | October 24, 2023
For three decades, UW Tacoma has sought to serve not only its students but the community as a whole.
Obituaries | September 2, 2023
Former UW drama professor Aurora Valentinetti’s indelible impact still delights us today.
Alumni | Art | Community | October 27, 2023
See how three museums from the Seattle area draw upon their UW ties and engage in evolving conversations around race, history and identity.
Campus Life | September 2, 2023
Since 2001, the UW has consistently ranked in the top three volunteer-producing universities in the nation.
Alumni | Community | August 25, 2023
Cary Bozeman overcame a childhood full of obstacles to become the mayor of Bellevue and then Bremerton.
The Wing Luke Museum is part of Seattle's community of culturally specific museums that build empathy, promote equity and tell more complete histories.
Community | September 2, 2023
The research-based program helps members of the UW community maintain their mental health.
Alumni | Community | September 2, 2023
Dan and Pam Baty, recipients of the 2023 Gates Volunteer Service Award, have spent nearly five decades supporting UW programs.
News | STEM | September 2, 2023
A tool developed by the UW’s Institute for Data Intensive Research in Astrophysics & Cosmology will help manage massive amounts of data.
The Northwest African American Museum, which opened in 1998, has many ties to the UW.
The 4-year-old Sea Mar Museum is the first in the Pacific Northwest to represent Chicano and Latino culture.
Alumni | September 8, 2023
Andrea Reay loves Tacoma, which is why she became the CEO of their chamber of commerce.
Sports | August 29, 2023
Kittitas County celebrates 100 years of roping, riding and wrestling at the Ellensburg Rodeo, considered one of the best in the country.
Alumni | Faculty & Staff | Veterans | October 30, 2023
According to Dr. John Hess, this year's Distinguished Alumni Veteran Award (DAVA) recipient, service is a way of life.
Alumni | Arts & Entertainment | Campus Life | August 30, 2023
Actor Garret Dillahunt joined the UW Symphony orchestra for an end-of-year performance. An audience of more than 500 were treated to his narration of ‘l'Histoire de Babar, le Petit Éléphant.’
June 25, 2023
Stories of members of the UW community who have served in the armed forces.
Alumni | Faculty & Staff | Features | Solutions | August 30, 2023
By listening to land stewards within the Yakama Nation, Tom Hinckley learned to see the forest for the trees.
Features | Medicine | November 25, 2023
Art | Books | Faculty & Staff | October 27, 2023
A new podcast produced in partnership with the UW is dedicated to humanities research and thought.
Alumni | Community | Husky History | October 27, 2023
Much of the history of Tacoma's Japantown has been forgotten. Tamiko Nimura is bringing it back to life.
Alumni | Art | October 6, 2023
From canvases in coffee shops to Brooklyn streets, Hoa Hong’s art and impact are far-reaching.
Features | Medicine | November 26, 2023
Medicine | Students | September 1, 2023
UW Bothell public health students gained a new understanding of rural health care in the developing world.
Alumni | Sports | November 6, 2023
Husky football star Jake Kupp credits his time at the UW for taking advantage of opportunities to make a career on—and off—the field.
Campus Life | Faculty & Staff | Students | September 1, 2023
Information from fitness trackers and smartphones helps Anind Dey's team learn about student success.
Faculty & Staff | Obituaries | October 6, 2023
Toshio Akamatsu began his career as a member of John Bonica's legendary team of pain management experts. Akamatsu died this year at the age of 89.
Campus Life | Editor's Eye | September 2, 2023
Founders Hall is the only University building fully constructed of mass timber, which has the promise of reducing the costs of construction while increasing a building’s sustainability.
Campus Life | Local News | November 9, 2023
A hotspot for UW rowers and other community members, Burgermaster's flagship location has an uncertain future.
Alumni | Solutions | September 2, 2023
Two graduate students seeking a better transit experience invented an app that is used by millions across the U.S.
Campus Life | Community | Faculty & Staff | Students | October 24, 2023
Hosted by the Muckleshoot Tribe, this year's Tribal Canoe Journey welcomed members of the Shell House Canoe Family, č̓away̓altxʷ ʔiišəd.
News | Research | September 2, 2023
UW researchers have developed new bioplastics that degrade on the same timeline as a banana peel in a backyard compost bin.
Alumni | Art | November 17, 2023
Kela Wong celebrates her Asian American identity through Kela Designs, her small business, selling stickers, pins and more.
Alumni | News | September 2, 2023
Jeanne Marrazzo has become the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Sports | September 2, 2023
In just two seasons, head coach Derek Olson has taken the Husky beach volleyball program to new heights.
The UW decided to join the Big Ten because it offers a more robust and stable media rights deal as well as the opportunity to compete on a national stage.
Faculty & Staff | Features | September 2, 2023
David R. Montgomery has a MacArthur “genius grant,” a handful of popular science books, and six albums with the local band Big Dirt under his belt.
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September 2023 Issue
UW President Ana Mari Cauce provides an update on the University and its surrounding community.
As the first UW graduate not from the Seattle campus to serve as president of the UWAA Board of Trustees, Joe Davis took a path less traveled.
The Burke Museum exhibit “We Are Puget Sound” aims to inspire preservation of the Salish Sea and its impressive creatures.
After 15 years leading the Henry Art Gallery, Sylvia Wolf shares her thoughts on the magic of museums.
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