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Global Honors Colloquium showcases student research

UW Tacoma seniors explore issues relevant locally and globally

Walter O’Toole, Caitlyn, Alexina Kublu and Prof. Mick Mallon stand in front of a white board and smile

'Future of Ice' initiative prepares students for leadership in the Arctic

Inuktitut language students Walter O'Toole and Caitlyn Evans with instructors Alexina Kublu and Prof. Mick Mallon.


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  • Architect Steven Holl

    July 29, 2014

    Global architecture award goes to UW alum

    University of Washington alumnus Steven Holl, a native of Bremerton and leader of Steven Holl Architects in New York City, received a 2014 Praemium Imperiale International Arts Award. The Japan Art Association gives the honor each year to recognize lifetime achievements in painting, sculpture, architecture, music and theater or film. Read more from UW Today... 

  • Craig Lee

    July 28, 2014

    [VIDEO] UW's robotic gliders provide arctic ice melt data

    Researchers at the University of Washington Applied Physics Laboratory have developed robotic gliders which will provide key data for the international effort to measure the rate at which arctic sea ice is melting. Watch the report and hear from Professor Craig Lee on King 5 News...   

  • Researchers landing a plane

    July 28, 2014

    International researchers track melting sea ice

    Led by principal investigator Craig Lee, an oceanographer at the University of Washington’s Applied Physics Laboratory, researchers from around the world are conducting the longest and most extensive effort ever to track the melting of arctic sea ice. Members of the international research team hail from the United States, the Republic of Korea, the United Kingdom and France. Read…

  • Cheng-Tsung Pan

    July 18, 2014

    International student first Husky to golf in British Open Championship

    For the first time, golf fans will watch a Husky athlete compete at the Open Championship in Holyoke, England. Representing UW at this week's tournament is Cheng-Tsung Pan, a senior communications major from Taiwan. Read more from UW Athletics...

  • Graphics used in tweets

    July 16, 2014

    Well-placed tweets can help spin news coverage

    Commenting in a recent BBC News article, University of Washington professor Philip Howard explained that military forces like Hamas and the Israeli Defense Force are using social media to influence public opinion about conflicts. Read more from BBC News...