City of Seattle – University of Washington Community Advisory Committee NOTICE FOR THE HUNDRED AND SEVENTH COMMITTEE MEETING The University of Washington Community Advisory Committee (CUCAC) will hold its 107th meeting: Date: Tuesday, September 14, 2010 Time: 7:00- 9:00 PM Place: UW Tower 4333 Brooklyn Avenue Seattle, WA 98105 22nd Floor
From Tuesday, August 17 through Wednesday, November 3, 2010, the Burke Museum will present a new series of adult classes giving naturalists and art lovers the opportunity to gain new skills and knowledge in a variety of subjects. Classes are taught by experts in their field and are affordably priced. Class subjects include: plant reproduction,… Read More
Read more about the economic, employment and government revenue impact of operations and research of all of the UW’s campuses and affiliates.
“Summer Sounds at the Henry” continues this week with a free public concert on Thursday, August 5, from 12-1 pm in the Illsley Ball Nordstrom Sculpture Court next to the Henry Art Gallery. Now in its third year, this casual concert series is co-presented by the Henry and the University of Washington School of Music… Read More
A free lecture for the general public about cutting edge advances in genome sciences will being held at 7 pm tomorrow evening, July 28, at the William H. Foege Building Auditorium (S-060), located on 15th Ave. NE south of Pacific Ave. The lecture will be followed by refreshments at 8 pm. Mitochondrial Eve and Y-chromosome… Read More
Learn more about WSDOT’s archaeological work on Foster Island as part of the 520 Project work.
Read the latest version of the University’s community newsletter Front Porch Spring 2010.
Read the eleventh annual report on the University of Washington Master Plan.
Read the University of Washington’s comments on the Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Study (SDEIS) for the SR-520 Project.
The University is committed to reducing the impacts of traffic on surrounding neighborhoods and providing transportation alternatives for faculty, staff and students. The University’s award-winning U-Pass program has eliminated more than 74 million car trips to and from campus since 1991. Today, 75 percent of the campus population commutes by bus, carpool, vanpool, biking, walking… Read More