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  • Cheng-Tsung Pan

    July 18, 2014

    International student first Husky to golf in British Open Championship

    Global Affairs

    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

    Global Affairs

    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...

  • Fluke Hall, home of the UW business incubator, New Ventures Facility

    July 14, 2014

    Global index ranks UW startup incubator #1

    Global Affairs

    The New Ventures Facility is a business incubator providing startups critical access to University of Washington facilities and researchers. This year, the New Ventures Facility was ranked #1 among university business incubators by the 2014 University Business Incubators Global Index. Dhruv Bhatli, the global index's co-founder, said the New Ventures Facility was selected because it provided “exceptional quality…

  • Julia Robinson at TEDxUofW

    July 2, 2014

    'Support global health workers', urges alumna in TEDx talk

    Global Affairs

    At last month's TEDxUofW event, UW alumna Julia Robinson spoke candidly about the importance of human resources in solving global health challenges like AIDS. New technologies are getting a lot of buzz, she told the crowd, but supporting health workers is the best way to solve health challenges globally. "I think technology is amazing, but I also believe...…

  • Fang seated

    June 20, 2014

    UW ignites international student's passion for art

    Global Affairs

    College of Arts & Sciences Dean's Medalist Jueqian Fang showed promise in the sciences during high school in China. However, she came to UW ready to explore new pathways. Drawn to the arts, Jueqian went on to double major, earning degrees in photomedia in the School of Art + Art History + Design and cinema studies in the Department…

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