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Digital Revolution

To help support remote teaching and learning, UW Libraries continue to expand access to their digital collections, including stories of early activists like Dr. Nettie Asberry and recent protestors for racial justice.

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Centering Middle
Eastern voices

International studies major Arwa Mokdad, ’21, is working to promote peace in Lebanon and Yemen while shifting the narrative about the Middle East.

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Breaking new ground
in Science fiction

UW student Zoe Hana Mikuta’s new young adult novel, ‘Gearbreakers,’ features biracial characters who reflect her own experiences.

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Standing tall

His journey took him from the UW to professional basketball and back. But it’s in the special education classroom that Anthony Washington, ’16, ’19, is making a lasting difference.

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News & Events

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Be A World of Good

Earth Day 2021

The UW’s 2021 virtual Earth Day celebrations include events hosted by departments and student groups on all three UW campuses this week, along with other resources and activities.

Event Schedule

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Returning to campus

Autumn quarter 2021 planning

Huskies, we’re eager to see you on campus this autumn and are planning for a safe return to largely in-person instruction and activities. Get the latest information as we plan for autumn quarter.

Autumn Quarter planning COVID-19 updates

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UW receives $30 million gift to renovate Haring Center

Since 1964, the UW Haring Center for Inclusive Education has provided innovative special education and early learning, improving the lives of children and youth with neurodevelopmental disorders and other disabilities.

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Fast Facts


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

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7 uw faculty have won the nobel prize