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Sue Williams

Our state’s citizens are our top priority

I am sure you are aware how selective the UW admissions process is, and that tuition is increasing. The fact is, despite the tuition increase, the UW remains a fantastic bargain compared to our peer institutions throughout the nation.
Roger Schlickeisen

Saving Species

Over the past two decades, Roger Schlickeisen, ’63, made his mark leading one of the nation’s largest—and most effective—environmental organizations. Read more.
Albert Rosellini

Albert Rosellini, 1910-2011

Without the help of politician Albert Rosellini, ’32, ’33, who died Oct. 10 at the age of 101, the University of Washington School of Medicine might not exist today. Read more.
Jackie Lee Houston

Jackie Lee Houston, 1935-2011

Jackie Lee Houston, ’56, known as Palm Springs’ highest-profile philanthropist and a lifelong supporter of the University of Washington, died Sept. 14. Read more.
Scott White

Scott B. White, 1970-2011

State Sen. Scott White, ’01 who died suddenly Oct. 21 of an undiagnosed heart problem, was a rare individual who never met a person with whom he couldn’t find common ground. Read more.
Election Reflection

Election Reflection

UW Communication Professor David Domke will explore the ongoing debates over the federal debt and the rise of the Tea Party in Visions of America. Read more.

Our Next ASLD?

Alumni and friends of UW are invited to send in nominations for the UW’s most prestigious award for alumni and former students: the Alumnus Summa Laude Dignatus. Read more.
Dawg Days

Desert Time

Join fellow UW alumni and friends for a little fun in the sun this March in Southern California. Read more.

Here Come the Huskies!

UW Alumni Tours has been awarded a People to People travel permit and is offering a trip to Cuba in January 2012. Read more.
Member Message

Member Message

There’s a lot happening for members this winter! Find out more about these and many other events and benefits. Read more.
History Lecture Series

History Lecture Series

The great Irish poet W.B. Yeats famously declared, “Great hatred, little room, maimed us at the start.” Find out if Yeats was right. Read more.
Hope Solo

Alumni in the News

Hope Solo makes the semifinals of this season’s Dancing with the Stars and more! Read more.
Hey Marseilles

Music group makes Hey

It’s easy to like the music of Hey Marseilles, an eclectic seven-piece folk-pop band born in the UW residence halls. Read more.

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