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Policy in Action
Through the Task Force program, students in the Jackson School of International Studies tackle critical policy challenges — with accomplished experts as their guides.
An engineering star
Ewurama Karikari, ’19, followed her love of math and robotics to the UW, where she found community and support as a rising leader and aspiring engineer.
Rising to the Challenge
In the UW’s Grand Challenges Impact Lab, students like Cristina Lopez, ’19, worked in Bangalore, India, to address real-world problems — like the city’s urgent groundwater shortage — and increase their own cultural awareness.
Treating mind and body
Jennifer Velloza’s research highlights the vital role of mental-health care in global HIV prevention — work that was supported in part by the UW Magnuson Scholarship.
News & Events
Visionary gift creates neuroscience research
Thanks to a visionary gift from the Weill Family Foundation, the UW today joins UC San Francisco and UC Berkeley to launch a new era of collaboration in the study of the human brain.
Satellite tags allow research of ocean’s ‘twilight zone’
Researchers from the UW are using high-tech tags to record the movements of swordfish — big, deep-water, migratory, open-ocean fish that are poorly studied — and get a window into the ocean depths they inhabit.
Distinguished veteran turned to the law at UW
An owner of three Bronze Stars, the Hon. Ronald E. Cox is UWAA’s 2019 Distinguished Alumni Veteran Award recipient.