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Published: 09/20/2022

UW News has posted a story about new insights on a curious fact about white-necked jacobin hummingbirds: 1 in 5 adult females look like males – at least in...Read more

Published: 09/20/2022

Former Greenhouse manager Doug Ewing was recently featured on KOMO News. Doug was named one of "Eric's Heroes" for his guardianship of the Snoqualmie River.

He wears glasses and...Read more

Published: 09/20/2022

A Perspective piece co-authored by Caroline Strömberg, UW Biology Professor, was recently published in Science. The piece describes the history and challenges of grassy biomes.

Grassy biomes—from...Read more

Published: 09/20/2022

Sam Wasser, UW Biology Professor and Co-Executive Director of the Center for Environmental Forensic Science, was recently awarded the 2022 Lowell Thomas Award. Provided by The Explorers Club, the...Read more

Published: 11/14/2022

Briana Abrahms, Biology Assistant Professor, and Kasim Rafiq, Biology Postdoctoral Researcher, co-authored a piece in The Conversation on how climate change is causing endangered African wild dogs...Read more

Published: 06/28/2022

UW Biology graduate student Jordan Claytor was recently featured in the NOVA program "Dinosaur Apocalypse: The Last Day."

View Jordan's tweet about the experience here.

Congratulations, Jordan!Read more

Published: 06/28/2022

Biology undergraduate student Ava Kloss-Schmidt was featured in the UW College of the Arts and Sciences Spring 2022 Perspectives newsletter.

Congratulations, Ava!

Last summer, Ava Kloss-Schmidt spent five days camping in...Read more

Published: 06/28/2022

In a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Biology Assistant Professor Briana Abrahms and her colleagues report that over a 30-year period, African...Read more

Published: 06/28/2022

Professor Emeritus Scott Freeman was recently interviewed by The Chronicle of Higher Education on his research on active learning. 

Scott Freeman has assembled the evidence: When STEM courses...Read more

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