University Of Washington
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mental health crisis
Washington state suffers from a severe shortage of mental health services. The UW is working to bridge the gap.
Unleashing the superpower of dogs
With philanthropic support from the community, the UW’s Conservation Canines sniff out answers to pressing environmental questions.
THE PACK IS BACK!
Welcome home, Huskies. Whether you’re brand-new to the UW or a returning Husky, celebrate the start of autumn quarter — and the joy of being together again.
Increasing coastal resilience
A new research hub, led by the UW and Oregon State University,
will support coastal communities facing mounting environmental pressures.
By learning together, students across the UW’s
health sciences schools are preparing to work together
for better patient care.
News & Events
Annual President’s Address
President Cauce invites you view her annual address via livestream on Tuesday, Oct. 19 from 10–11 a.m. She will share her perspective on the road ahead as we work together to recover from the pandemic and support equity and well-being for our community of faculty, staff and students.
Creating a compassionate university
Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Academic Affairs Ed Taylor chats with Megan Kennedy, Director of the UW Resilience Lab, about how students, faculty and staff can create a more supportive, compassionate environment in which to learn and discover as the UW community comes back to the campuses and seeks to recover from the traumas of the last two years.
WA Notify app alerts you to potential COVID-19 exposure
Help protect yourself and your loved ones by downloading WA Notify. It’s a smartphone app that lets you know when you’ve potentially been exposed to COVID-19. WA Notify is free, completely private, and does not track your activity or identity.