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June 2021 issue

Professors nonpareil: Meet the 2021 teachers of the year

One year into remote learning, these seven distinguished scholars kept class as fresh and relevant as ever. Find a seat and meet your 2021 Distinguished Teachers of the Year.


June 2021 issue

UW bids farewell to trio of transformational leaders

As we celebrate 12,000 new University of Washington graduates, we also have the special opportunity to honor three academic leaders who are retiring.


June 2021 issue

At Patriot Paws, Bill Perkins, ’70, helps vets make a connection with service dogs

Bill Perkins' nonprofit organization employs people in prisons to train service dogs for veterans.


June 2021 issue

Linda Fagan, ’00, to achieve a historical first for Coast Guard

Linda Fagan, '00, was nominated to become the highest-ranking woman in Coast Guard history.


June 2021 issue

W. Thomas Porter, ’59, put his love of the Huskies in writing

W. Thomas Porter, ’59, served in the army, earned his MBA from the Foster School of Business, taught at the UW, and loved Husky athletics with all his might.


June 2021 issue

Former UW rower now helps athletic department keep its momentum

Erin O'Connell, '96, is back at the UW as the Deputy Athletics Director and the Senior Woman Administrator.


June 2021 issue

For a better shot at vaccinating the underserved, meet people where they are

To get vaccines into arms in underserved communities, we need to meet people where they are, Pharmacy Professor Don Downing writes.


June 2021 issue

For son of Jonas Salk, coronavirus vaccines conjure memories of polio’s defeat

Long lines for vaccines are nothing new to Darrell Salk, whose father created the polio vaccine.


June 2021 issue

Through pandemic, faculty find ways to bridge the distance

UW faculty members used innovative approaches to teaching hands-on courses during the pandemic.


June 2021 issue

Business benefits from equity-minded Foster School students’ work

At the Foster School, Nicole Bryant, ’21, is getting a real-world business education and helping a women-owned startup.


June 2021 issue

Removal of a bridge shows the surprising value of subtraction

Compared to changes that add, those that subtract are harder to think of. The removal of a bridge in the Bay Area illustrates how sometimes, less is more.


June 2021 issue

UW-based team monitors the green crab invasion

The invasive European green crab is spreading, and Washington fisheries are in danger.


June 2021 issue

Catch artist Gary Simmons on the flip side

“The B-Side,” on display at the Henry Art Gallery, is a large-scale wall painting, is one of Gary Simmons’ “erasure drawings.”


June 2021 issue

UW’s Haley Herberg named Pac-12 cross-country athlete of the year

Junior Haley Herberg was named the Pac-12 women’s cross-country athlete of the year.


June 2021 issue

New practice facility gives softball program a boost

The 5,500-square-foot Softball Performance Center is slated to be completed in August 2021.


June 2021 issue

Retiree Terence Mitchell honored for exceptional community service

One of the Foster School’s most prolific researchers in organizational behavior, Terence Mitchell has not slowed down since retiring.


June 2021 issue

George Rodriguez, ’09, tells stories of identity and humanity through his art

From the start, Seattle artist George Rodriguez explored identity, culture and community in his work.


June 2021 issue

UW team discovers a new law of physics

UW researchers have discovered a new law of fluid mechanics, a branch of physics, that will affect the future of aircraft design.


June 2021 issue

Elizabeth Bell, ’81, keeps Latin American city’s history alive

Elizabeth Bell was honored for more than 42 years of “tireless effort in preserving the city and promoting understanding of the heritage” of Antigua, Guatemala.


June 2021 issue

Rest in peace, Dubs I

Dubs I, an Alaskan Malamute who was the Huskies’ cheerful and beloved mascot for a decade, died on April 3. He was 12.

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