Removing thousands of tons of concrete and steel used to temporarily brace the walls of the new Sound Transit light-rail station adjacent to Husky Stadium and underneath the Montlake Cut shipping channel has been technical and complicated work.
As part of the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences’ free weekly “Water Seminars”, the award-winning documentary The History of Water will be shown Tuesday, April 29, 8:30-9:30 a.m., in Mary Gates Hall (Room 389). FREE.
Come to a free screening of “Finding Hillywood”, a one-hour feature documentary about the beginning of Rwandaʼs film industry, on Wednesday, April 23, 6:30 PM at the Ethnic Cultural Center Theater, 3940 Brooklyn Ave. A conversation with Director Leah Warshawski follows the screening.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will be the speaker at the University of Washington commencement ceremony on Saturday, June 14, in Husky Stadium.
UW Botanic Gardens’ Free Weekends Walks for the month of April will feature Rhododendron species and cultivars during their their peak bloom time. Walks begin Sundays at 1:00pm at the Graham Visitors Center.
This Thursday, join the University District Partnership and the Seattle Department of Transportation for an interactive workshop to evaluate two design options for the University District Alley behind University Bookstore. All are welcome. University Masonic Lodge, 4338 University Way NE, 3:30-5:30.
A graduation exhibition for honors students in the Interdisciplinary Visual Arts Program as well as selected other students will be held April 16-26 at Jacob Lawrence Gallery in the Art Building. Free. Check website for hours.
An award-winning Senegalese hip-hop group will discuss the role of hip-hop in political and social change on Friday, April 11 at the Samuel E. Kelly Cultural Center. The discussion will be followed by a live performance. Organized by the Division of French & Italian Studies.
The U District community has designated three corridors as “green streets” through public outreach on the U District Urban Design Framework and meetings with neighborhood groups. Come weigh in on a discussion about aesthetic improvements, bus routes, pedestrian safety, bike facilities, and parking.on these corridors on Wednesday, April 16, 5:30-7 pm, at University Heights Community… Read More
UW Science Now, which trains University of Washington graduate students to communicate their research to the general public, kicks off with two speakers at Seattle’s Town Hall April 9 and 11.