Cultural Stereotypes Steer Girls Away from Math
Parental and educational practices aimed at enhancing girls’ self-concepts for math might be beneficial as early as elementary school, when youngsters are beginning to develop ideas about who does math.
Giving Women in Prison a Voice
The UW School of Social Work is partnering with Washington State Department of Corrections, known for its progressive history of working with women behind bars.
Uncloaking the Swedish Murder Mystery
Stieg Larsson’s bestsellers are part of a crime novel tradition dating back to at least 1965 in Scandinavia—a tradition associate professor Andrew Nestingen has followed for years.
Transit, Work-Related Noise and the Commute
Many people are exposed to health and safety issues in the workplace, but how many think about the risk of the commute?
Athletes and Cardiac Arrest
Sudden cardiac death affects about 1 in 43,000 NCAA athletes, according to a new UW study in
Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association
Browse the issue or view as:
(large file size)
Making A Difference
UWAA Events Calendar
Connect with UWAA
Contact the UWAA
Update your information
About the UWAA
What we do
Frequently Asked Questions
Be a member
Board of Trustees
© UW Alumni Association, 1999-2016.