The next meeting of CUCAC (City University Community Advisory Committee) has been scheduled for November 9 at 7 pm, UW Tower. Agenda items will be Student Housing Project, Phase II Bryant Building site as SR 520 (6) mitigation General Updates (University and City)
Looking for something interesting to pass a rainy day? Check out ”Dream Design Build” in the Allen Library South Basement, a selection of drawings and watercolor renderings by students of the UW Department of Architecture from 1914-1947, demonstrating the transition in teaching from the Beaux-Arts model to Modernism. Many of the students went on to have influential careers,… Read More
UW women’s softball legend Danielle Lawrie holds an official Proclamation from the Seattle City Council and Mayor honoring her contributions to the UW and the region and the example she has set for young women as student-athletes. Seattle City Council members Tim Burgess and Sally Clark were among those offering congratulations after a special ceremony… Read More
North of 45th Meetings will be held on the following days 4:00-5:30pm: October 20 November 17 January 26 February 23 April 20 May 18 Since the HUB is under construction, we will meet at University Presbyterian Church in the Calvin Room (4540 15th Ave NE). A big thanks to Mark Gwaltney & UPC for reserving… Read More
The University of Washington is in support of WSDOT’s Preferred Alternative for the SR 520 project. The collaborative efforts among many agencies in the last few years as well as the past few months to refine the Preferred Alternative have resulted in a stronger project. Read the full UW Comments on ESSB 6392: Design Refinements… Read More
CUCAC Meeting Summary – May 11, 2010 (pdf)
CUCAC Meeting Summary – February 9, 2010 (pdf)
More than 600 university, government and philanthropic leaders are gathering at the UW Sept. 19-21 to discuss the critical role of universities in global health. Several of the scheduled speakers play key roles in the President’s Global Health Initiative. WEBCAST: Several sessions will be broadcast live online. Visitors can access it live at www.cugh.org and can participate via… Read More
Read the latest version of the University’s community newsletter Front Porch Fall 2010.
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