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Innovation for healthier waters
As a graduate student in civil and environmental engineering, Maxwell Armenta worked with UW engineers to develop a wastewater treatment system to keep Puget Sound healthy — and reduce costs.
UW ON FRONT LINES OF
Faster testing, vaccine research, comprehensive patient care, combating misinformation — health professionals and researchers across the UW are working to slow COVID-19.
Social-distancing measures are in full effect, but UW faculty and students are harnessing the power of technology to teach and learn — together.
near and far
When the UW announced an all-remote spring quarter, the Student Technology Loan Program jumped into action, finding new ways to get laptops and other equipment to students in need — locally and across the country.
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Courage. Kindness. Creativity. Innovation. Since 1861, these Husky values have seen us through good times and bad — times of triumph and times of fear and uncertainty. And these values will help us overcome together the challenges we face today in the COVID-19 pandemic.
UW graduate and professional disciplines ranked highly by US News & World Report
The UW’s graduate and professional degree programs were widely recognized as among the best in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best Graduate School rankings.
Spring quarter classes to be held remotely
As country-wide social distancing requirements continue to increase and evolve daily, spring quarter will begin as scheduled on March 30, with remote instruction that will continue through the end of the quarter.