University Of Washington
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VETERANS ON A MISSION
Evans School graduate Joy Turner, ’18, and student Andrew Peppler, ’19, encountered all kinds of political viewpoints during their Army service. Now they’re bringing a range of veteran voices to the public with their podcast, Speak Freely.
Caring for every child
Gareth’s life was changed by the UW’s groundbreaking support for children with autism. Now his parents want to help other families access the same opportunities.
Being the first
Indigenous artist, student senator and UW Tacoma senior Maria Crisostomo has spent her Husky Experience transforming from overwhelmed to empowered — all while advocating for other first-generation students during their adjustment to college life.
Kidney research takes flight
With a device that can model a real kidney, UW researchers are giving hope to kidney patients. This month, their work reached new heights: the International Space Station.
News & Events
Design students help scientists understand how to make better presentations
A new paper shows how STEM students collaborating with design students at UW’s Design Help Desk learned how to improve their scientific presentations and become better communicators about their research.
Memorial Day Is… 2019
Student Veteran Life presents a series of campus events throughout the week to honor the sacrifices of those killed in action while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. This year’s program will focus on servicewomen who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Washington advances to Super Regionals
Washington softball advanced to Super Regionals in historic fashion, riding power bats and the sixth postseason no-hitter in program history in an 8-0 win over Mississippi State.