With compassion, innovation and empathy, public health leader Patty Hayes strives to make life better for all of us.
Professor Dan Berger says incarcerated people must be freed to halt virus spread.
June 2020 Issue
Jake Prendez, ’00, knows what it's like to feel like an outsider. Now he offers fellow Latinx artists a place to showcase their work.
Just as all schools and colleges have closed down this year from late March because of COVID-19, my senior year ended early in 1980.
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Alumni | March 17, 2020
Varisha Khan becomes one of the first Muslim women to hold public office in Washington State.
Arts & Entertainment | April 21, 2020
After more than a decade away from showbiz, the actress and SNL alum is back and more brilliant than ever.
Medicine | May 15, 2020
Hot water and soap is keeping us healthy, but it can wear down our skin. We ask a UW Medicine dermatologist for help.
Alumni | Features | March 19, 2020
UW’s startup culture nurtures a growing number of students, proving that an idea, some energy and valuable mentoring can bring business success.
Faculty & Staff | Hub | March 24, 2020
What makes hummingbirds so fascinating? We asked UW expert Alejandro Rico-Guevara.
Sports | Students | March 10, 2020
Darhian Mills didn't always love running, but she eventually ran the 400-meter hurdles faster than any woman in UW history.
Research | Social Sciences | November 24, 2019
A UW-led study is recruiting 10,000 canines and their companions for a study of dogs’ health as they age.
Alumni | December 27, 2019
We asked percussionist Paul Hansen, ’83, about his life on the drums. Here's what he had to say.
Faculty & Staff | Social Sciences | December 3, 2019
Recommendations from social psychologist Tabitha Kirkland, whose research explores strategies that nurture our happiness.
Alumni | September 23, 2019
An intimate conversation with the chef behind Beacon Hill's most anticipated new restaurant.
Campus News | December 9, 2019
The Hans Rosling Center for Population Health is a key part of the University’s public health mission.
Alumni | December 9, 2019
Jill Higson ’86, gives people a chance to communicate through the written word.
Alumni | Features | November 29, 2019
The Foster School's Consulting and Business Development Center boosts entrepreneurs from underserved communities.
Features | August 25, 2019
In an exciting new building designed by renowned architect Tom Kundig, the Burke Museum's work all comes out into the open.
Arts & Entertainment | September 3, 2019
From homestyle cooking to pop-ups with fusion flavors, here’s what our city’s Filipino food looks like, tastes like and means to the people who eat it.
Books | Hub | September 28, 2019
Charles Johnson rounded up 11 of his “Bedtime Stories” from more than a decade—and added a new one—for a collection titled “Night Hawks: Stories.”
Alumni | Husky History | March 13, 2020
For a life dedicated to students of color, the UW honors Emile Pitre with the 2020 Charles E. Odegaard Award.
September 2, 2019
In the last five years, wildfires have grown larger and lasted longer, making summers uncomfortable and unhealthy in the Methow Valley.
Alumni | Hub | September 19, 2019
Is it who or whom? Affect or effect? Mignon Fogarty, '90, became internet famous for answering such questions.
March 13, 2019
We step onto the turf with seniors Maike Wells and Clara Van Landingham.
Alumni | Local News | March 7, 2019
Foster grad wants to change how Seattle moves with a homegrown ride-sharing app.
Alumni | March 7, 2019
Billy Price, ’02, made his mark as an inventor of innovative footwear.
Alumni | Arts & Entertainment | March 12, 2019
Renee Erickson, ’95, is short-listed for Outstanding Chef at 2019 James Beard Awards.
Social Sciences | November 30, 2018
Author and traveler Chris Sanford shares 10 bits of wisdom from his book, “Staying Healthy Abroad: A Global Traveler’s Guide.”
Faculty & Staff | People | June 3, 2019
We partied like students with the winners of the 2019 Distinguished Teaching Awards.
June 3, 2019
"I describe my comedy as punishment for white people, not comedy for white people."
Arts & Entertainment | December 8, 2018
Contorting the imagination with choreographer Alice Gosti, ’08.
Alumni | Features | August 30, 2018
Nonconformist and social media star Kevin Ninh shares his story of self-discovery.
Faculty & Staff | Local News | Social Sciences | March 12, 2019
How UW research convinced our state's highest court to toss out the death penalty.
Alumni | Arts & Entertainment | Film & TV | March 5, 2019
Greg Olson, film curator at the Seattle Art Museum, has been lurking in the shadows of the city's cinema scene for decades.
Alumni | Sports | August 30, 2018
From Compton to MontIake to Rome, Bobby Jones is Iiving the dream.
Campus Life | Faculty & Staff | People | December 7, 2018
‘The Father of Multicultural Education’ is retiring after 50 years.
Arts & Entertainment | Hub | December 13, 2018
An interview about race and identity with poet and scholar Kevin Young.
People | September 3, 2019
Founded by a UW alum, the celebration focuses on diverse faces in the LGBTQ community.
October 3, 2018
RoboFly, the first wireless flying robot insect took to the air at the UW last spring.
Alumni | Sports | June 4, 2018
Junior Coffey went from the NFL to training racehorses. He's been one of the most successful trainers at Emerald Downs.
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The Smithsonian honors Patti Warashina, ’62, ’64, whose humor and innovative perspectives on the human condition put a new face on ceramics.
March 2020 Issue
Alum and former UW regent Jim Ellis was driven to serve the public good.
Pike Place Market's last newsstand goes out of print as UW alumnus closes shop.
Jim McCurdy’s mantra spurred support of higher education.
Meet our art director and staff photographer.
Frank Erickson created a synthetic sperm whale oil that saved millions of automatic transmissions worldwide.
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Researchers study the movement of water and heavy metals’ impact on aquatic life in lakes near Tacoma.
Meredith Clausen, an architectural historian, shares her Paris apartments with UW scholars.
A UW program to help Washington small businesses owned by people of color, women and veterans has expanded to 13 cities across the country.
A UW team has used hardware similar to an Amazon Echo to create a smart speaker that detects the breathing motions of an infant’s chest.
Raquel Montoya-Lewis, '95, '96, is the second Native American to ever serve on any state’s supreme court.
Charlotte Coté, this year’s Samuel E. Kelly Distinguished Faculty Lecturer, offers her thoughts on weaving Native understanding into the fabric of the UW.
A devastating fire makes painter Grace Flott struggle for control of her body—and her life.
March 2020 Issue
The UW's Center for an Informed Public is a response to the rise in disinformation and erosion of trust in our most basic societal institutions.
What effect does a parent's marijuana use have on kids? We asked a UW researcher.
Criminalizing a form of shelter causes undue and disproportionate harm to vulnerable people.
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