University Of Washington
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Oceanography major Deana Crouser is doing more than getting her feet wet on the RV Rachel Carson. She’s helping peer into the future of our oceans.
A mentoring mastermind
First-generation graduate Kevin Truong, ’16, vividly remembers the stress of applying to college — so he created an online mentorship program to help high schoolers navigate the process.
Keeping bees busy
UW researchers have created a data-storing “backpack” that turns bees into tiny assistants who monitor temperature, humidity and crop health.
Raising their voices
Seen through the eyes of Charity Urbanski, senior lecturer in history, the women of medieval Europe have a lot to teach today’s students.
News & Events
UW among Peace Corps’ top 5 volunteer-producing schools
Since the Peace Corps’ founding in 1961, more than 3,040 UW alumni have served abroad as volunteers making the school the No. 3 producing university overall since the program began.
With a ‘hello,’ Microsoft and UW demonstrate first fully automated DNA data storage
The research team is exploring ways to close a looming gap between the amount of data we are producing that needs to be preserved and our capacity to store it.
Huskies fall to North Carolina in NCAA Tournament
Pac-12 player of the year Jaylen Nowell paced Washington with 12 points, but the Dawgs came up short against the top-seeded Tar Heels in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday afternoon.