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Dec. 2017 issue

The bronze James

The new Don James statue outside Husky Stadium will stop you dead in your tracks.


Dec. 2017 issue

A new point of view

Lisa Zurk, ’95, will be the first woman to lead the Applied Physics Laboratory.


Dec. 2017 issue

A cybercrime superhero? It takes a genius

Stefan Savage, ’02, earned a MacArthur "genius" grant for his work on cyber security.


Dec. 2017 issue

The mom who became Marshal

After 30 years with the Seattle Police Department, Noreen Skagen, ’52, became the first woman U.S. Marshal of Western Washington.


Dec. 2017 issue

Connecting UW Medicine research to primary care clinics around the region

Connecting UW Medicine research to primary care clinics around the region.


Dec. 2017 issue

One tray at a time, a Seattle dad helps erase school lunch debt around the state

Fueled by an appetite for social justice, Jeffrey Lew, ’06, set out to end the stigma of school lunch debt.


Dec. 2017 issue

President’s Letter: December 2017

Marking milestones along our journey.


Dec. 2017 issue

For an unconventional scientist, a Nobel Prize brings redemption

Discovering the molecular mechanisms that guide our circadian rhythm makes Jeffrey C. Hall the fifth alum to receive a Nobel Prize.


Dec. 2017 issue

Your letters: December 2017

Readers write back.


Dec. 2017 issue

Cross-laminated timber could ‘forge new links between lands and people’

A new type of fire-resistant wood reduces atmospheric carbon and can be made of damaged trees. Could it revive depressed economies in Washington’s rural timber communities?


Dec. 2017 issue

The puzzle of aging: UW experts are piecing together new ways to live longer and better

Building on decades of research and outreach, UW experts are piecing together new ways to live longer and better.


Dec. 2017 issue

Character: Newspaper publisher Assunta Ng

Life lessons from newspaper publisher Assunta Ng, ’74, ’76, ’79.


Dec. 2017 issue

Editor’s Eye: Farewell to the Boeing 747

The Boeing 747, once the Queen of the Skies, is a winged monument to the University of Washington.


Dec. 2017 issue

Volleyball ace Krista Vansant joins Husky royalty with jersey retirement

The best volleyball player in UW history, Krista Vansant, '15, had her jersey retired.


Dec. 2017 issue

After Charlottesville clash, history professor heard echoes of an ugly era

After Charlottesville clash, a history professor heard echoes of an ugly era.


Dec. 2017 issue

Engineering on the brain

Doctors, engineers and other experts work together at the UW Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering.


Dec. 2017 issue

The opioid boom

The prevailing practice for treating addiction to painkillers led to the worst man-made epidemic in modern medical history.


Dec. 2017 issue

A new and inclusive Northwest history

The first Northwest history textbook written since 1989 isn't a boring list of facts—it's a compilation of riveting, high-stakes stories.


Dec. 2017 issue

One veteran’s quest: to properly honor Pearl Harbor’s unknown

Ray Emory, the 2017 Distinguished Alumni Veteran Award recipient, has worked for decades to identify the remains of those lost at Pearl Harbor.


Dec. 2017 issue

Thinking positive, taking back control

An undiagnosed traumatic brain injury rocked her life. By thinking positive, Shanda Taylor Boyd, '94, took back control.

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