November 29, 2023

After internal chaos earlier this month, OpenAI replaced the women on its board with men. As it plans to add more seats, Timnit Gebru, Sasha... Read More

November 22, 2023

In collaboration with the UW Polish Studies Endowment Committee, award-winning poet and UW assistant professor Piotr Florczyk dedicated an event to the reading and discussion... Read More

November 20, 2023

With the creation of a new Equity, Justice & Inclusion fund, the College is putting resources behind its values. Under the leadership of Associate Dean... Read More

October 25, 2023

What it means to be Black and Republican has changed through the years. American Ethnic Studies professor La TaSha Levy is researching a period of... Read More

September 05, 2023

The UW participated in its first Tribal Canoe Journey, with students, faculty, staff, and alums working together as a family — the Shell House Canoe... Read More

May 30, 2023

"Public understanding of science is essential for democracy. Misleading readers to score political points with an argument that scientists have exchanged merit and objectivity for... Read More

May 30, 2023

With a 2.3 million Mellon Foundation grant renewal, the UW’s Center for American Indian & Indigenous Studies continues to dream itself forward. Read More

May 25, 2023

Nazry Bahrawi, Assistant Professor of Southeast Asian literature and culture, inaugurates Asian Languages & Literature's quarterly column in the Northwest Asian Weekly. Read More

April 05, 2023

Drawing upon archival photos and old films, Black Collectivity presents an original performance rooted in little-known legacies. Jasmine Mahmoud, assistant professor of theatre history and... Read More

March 31, 2023

The City of Seattle's civic art collection, which includes more than 400 permanent installations, contains only one outdoor monument honoring a female historical figure. Sasha... Read More