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Race & Equity Initiative inspires change
Through the Race & Equity Initiative, President Cauce hopes the UW can “encourage each of us to recognize the power and responsibility we have individually — and collectively — to create an inclusive society where all can achieve their full potential.”
Thanks to a partnership with a local nonprofit, students in the UW’s Law, Societies & Justice program are getting real-world experience in a mixed-enrollment class alongside inmates at the Monroe Correctional Complex.
'The Really Big One' Q&A
Alongside fellow experts, UW professor John Vidale is working toward making the earthquake-prone Pacific Northwest a safer place. Vidale answers some of our most pressing questions.
Helping soldiers tell
For soldiers-turned-students of the Red Badge Project, creative writing in UW English Professor Shawn Wong’s class isn’t just therapeutic — it’s life-saving.
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Researching Zika and birth defects
Dr. Kristina Adams Waldorf and fellow UW researchers are studying the Zika virus to learn how birth defects can be prevented.
How scientific social work helps people flourish
UW School of Social Work Dean Edwina Satsuki Uehara writes that scientific social work has a good track record when it comes to advancing leading-edge solutions for significant social problems.
Wall-walking dancer Rachael Lincoln: ‘It’s a duet’
At 10:30 a.m. Friday, Rachael Lincoln leaned slowly out into space, hands at her sides — and then walked down the side of Meany Hall for the Performing Arts.