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Congratulations to Sharlene Santana and Verónica di Stilio on winning Fulbright Scholarships!
The Fulbright Program, which aims to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people...Read more
To prepare themselves for future success in the American workforce, today’s college students are increasingly choosing courses in business, biomedical science, engineering, computer science and various health-related disciplines.
These classes...Read more
Climate change can seem like a problem too big for any one person to bother tackling. But that doesn’t mean that people are just sitting on the sidelines waiting for...Read more
The UW Department of Biology has long cultivated fascinating plants in our greenhouse. For 65 years, our tropical oasis has housed all kinds of plants...Read more
Congratulations to UW Biology senior Mackenzie Coston, who won 1st prize in the undergraduate poster competition at the Northwest Developmental Biology Meeting.
Additional information about Mackenzie's research and the award:...Read more
A vibrant sea of grasses once flowed across the North American continent: the great prairies that Laura Ingalls Wilder described as “spreading to the edge of the...Read more
What is misinformation, and how — and why — does it spread? The University of Washington ...Read more
*Original article by Mel Kottenbelt at ADInstruments
Congratulations to Dr. Mary Pat Wenderoth, who has received the 2019 Claude bernard Distinguished Lectureship Award!
This award recognizes an established...Read more
*Re-posted from the College of Arts & Sciences Perspectives Newsletter
Small flying insects have a lot to tell us about acquiring and processing data. As they fly,...Read more
Original article by Molly Slann from The Daily - UW's undergraduate newspaper.
If you’ve ever tried identifying trees based on their leaves, you’ll know it can be quite...Read more