Office of Global Affairs
Tested and incubated at the UW, this simple invention can do a world of good by allowing people off the electrical grid to charge their cell phones
The 2016 Open Doors Report names the UW a leader in global student engagement
A transformative gift from the Gates Foundation will advance UW efforts to improve human health worldwide
Beleqsa Tamaami '16 made the most of her time at UWT - inside and outside of the classroom - by engaging in study abroad, Global Honors, and service learning.
Eric Stowe, '01 and '03, and his non-profit, Splash, are bringing clean water used by restaurants and hotels to schools and orphanages. They provide safe water to hundreds of thousands of children living in urban poverty in Asia and Africa.
December 5, 2016
The Global Innovation Exchange will offer students an education - and a chance to start a company. That's why IP options offered by GIX will include open, shared, or student ownership. Read more from Xconomy...
November 28, 2016
Electrical engineering doctoral students Charles Delahunt and Mayoore Jaiswal are applying their skills in computer vision and machine learning to the fight against malaria, a disease that affects over 200 million people each year and is one of the most severe public health problems globally. Working with a team at Intellectual Ventures (IV) Lab and…
November 14, 2016
The 2016 Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange names the University of Washington a leader in global student engagement. The report was released today by the Institute for International Education. Global engagement is integral to the UW student experience, also known as the Husky Experience. UW graduates leave with a global perspective, the ability…
November 8, 2016
More than 90 percent of ivory in large, seized shipments came from elephants that died less than three years before, according to a new study. A team of scientists at the University of Utah, the University of Washington and partner institutions came to this conclusion by combining a new approach to radiocarbon dating for ivory samples…
November 3, 2016
Devin Naar is the Isaac Alhadeff Professor of Sephardic Studies in the Stroum Center for Jewish Studies — part of the Jackson School of International Studies — and an associate professor in the Department of History. He is the author of “Jewish Salonica: Between the Ottoman Empire and Modern Greece,” published in September by Stanford University…