September 15, 2022

Across our campuses, and far beyond, Hispanic and Latinx Americans with a UW connection are changing the world – through teaching, scholarship, research, art, literature,... Read More

September 02, 2022

At the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies, Yasmin fosters relationships between UW students and local labor organizations to promote social change. Read More

July 28, 2022

"Only 20 percent of computer science and 22 percent of engineering undergraduate degrees in the U.S. go to women. Women are missing out on flexible,... Read More

July 15, 2022

Seven professors at the University of Washington are among 25 new members of the Washington State Academy of Sciences for 2022, according to a July 15 announcement. Read More

July 08, 2022

University of Washington undergraduate Zoe Hana Mikuta made waves in the young adult (YA) book community last summer when she released her Sapphic sci-fi epic... Read More

July 07, 2022

Abdiel Jacobsen, a former Martha Graham dancer, found freedom in hustle, which offers a progressive, gender-neutral vision of partnered social dance. Abdiel Jacobsen, a graduate... Read More

July 01, 2022

Kemi Adeyemi, Jasmine Mahmoud, and Nikki Yeboah first met as PhD students in Chicago. Now they pursue scholarship in support of Black arts as UW... Read More

June 15, 2022

Jacob Lawrence was one of the foremost visual artists of the 20th century, but much about his legacy in Seattle and at UW remains to... Read More

May 03, 2022

A new Classics course looks at conceptions of race in antiquity and how ancient racial categories “put the arbitrariness of race as we know it... Read More

April 06, 2022

UW Drama professor Valerie Curtis-Newton (MFA, 1996), who will present the University Faculty Lecture on May 3, has been stirring up "good trouble" and courageously... Read More

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