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Sea Lessons

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.

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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.

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Keeping bees busy

UW researchers have created a data-storing “backpack” that turns bees into tiny assistants who monitor temperature, humidity and crop health.

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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.

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Peace Corps flag at the UW
Be A World of Good

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.

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DNA structure
Engineering

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.

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Huskies basketball player embrace following loss to UNC in the NCAA Tournament
Husky Basketball

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.

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