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April 26, 2018

UW celebrates groundbreaking of new Population Health Building

External Affairs

Yesterday, University of Washington marked the official groundbreaking of the university’s new 290,000-square-foot Population Health Building, a facility that will house the Population Health Initiative launched by the UW in 2016. The Population Health Initiative is a 25-year effort to create a world where all people can live healthier and more fulfilling lives. The UW defines population…


April 18, 2018

Redefining reality at CoMotion

External Affairs

At the UW’s CoMotion Labs Lacey Leavitt and Joe Jacobs of Electric Dream Factory, a virtual content studio, are helping shape an inclusive future for the virtual reality industry. COMotion Labs is part of CoMotion, the UW’s collaborative innovation hub and a place that is about technology and the people technology serves. Learn more about this…


April 9, 2018

FY 2018 Federal Funding update

External Affairs

Wondering how your federally funded program fared in the FY 2018 omnibus? Our Federal Relations team has a spreadsheet for that. Find more information on their website.


March 23, 2018

UW Livable City Year selects Bellevue as next partner

External Affairs

The University of Washington Livable City Year program has selected the City of Bellevue as a community partner for the next academic year. The year-long partnership connects city staff with UW students and faculty to collaborate on projects that advance the Bellevue City Council Vision Priorities, specifically those around livability and sustainability. The UW Livable…


March 21, 2018

University of Washington graduate and professional disciplines rank highly in US News’ Best Graduate School lists

External Affairs

Nearly 50 different graduate and professional programs and specialties at the University of Washington are among the top 10 in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 Best Graduate School rankings released March 20. Medicine, nursing, social work, computer science and public affairs received prominent placement in the newest rankings. Read more from UW News.



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