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Husky 100

Each spring, the Husky 100 honors one hundred undergraduate and graduate students who are making the most of their UW experience. Learn more about these Huskies and their impressive achievements.

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Between humanity
and technology

What makes us human? The UW Center for Neurotechnology examines the ethics of tomorrow’s technology.

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Tracking a global hurricane

Experts at an independent population health research center are helping policymakers navigate the COVID-19 pandemic — and prepare for an uncharted future.

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Filling the gaps

Low-income veterans are getting life-changing dental care and more, thanks to Everyone for Veterans.

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Be Boundless

News & Events

3 students from the UW Wind Ensemble
Arts & Sciences

Making music — at a distance

They can’t perform together on stage right now, but members of the UW Wind Ensemble are still making music.


uw block w statue

Initiative announces award of 21 COVID-19 rapid response grants

The University of Washington Population Health Initiative announced the award of approximately $350,000 in COVID-19 rapid response grants to 21 different faculty-led teams.

Population Health
Coronavirus Updates/FAQ

Mt St. Helens landscape shot

Then and Now: The Mount St. Helens Eruption, four decades later

It wasn’t supposed to be Mount St. Helens. In the 1970s, scientists including Emeritus Research Professor Steve Malone (then a postdoctoral researcher at UW) investigated what they believed to be earthquakes on Mount Rainier.

College of the Environment

Fast Facts


The UW was named the most innovative public university in the world by Reuters in 2019.

Did you know?

7 uw faculty have won the nobel prize