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Browse stories of the people, places and programs that drive the University of Washington to work for a world of good.

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Seeds of hope

In the name of holistic mental health, Christopher Brown, ’16, created Growing Veterans, a sustainable farming organization that reconnects veterans to each other — and to life. Explore our interactive story featuring video and audio interviews.

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Studying sockeye salmon

Each summer, aquatic and fishery sciences professor Daniel Schindler and his students travel to Bristol Bay, Alaska, to observe one of the most valuable fisheries in the world. Get an inside look at the program.

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How to 3-D print a mammoth

As part of a pioneering partnership between the College of Engineering and the Burke Museum, UW students are completing a Columbian mammoth skeleton using cutting-edge 3-D printing technology.

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Digitizing the
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Nearly 25,000 species of fish live on our planet — and UW professor of aquatic and fishery sciences Adam Summers is on a mission to scan, digitize and share them all.

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For UW crew, Olympic rowing ties run deep

With one of the most storied histories in collegiate rowing, it is no wonder that Washington rowers have such a prominent presence at the Olympics.

Seattle Times

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UW sets record with $542.4 million in private support

Gifts came in all sizes, with 80 percent of donors giving less than $500. Most of the funds are earmarked for specific areas of research, labs, faculty and student scholarships and programs.

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High schoolers with disabilities excel at UW summer program

At DO-IT, a summer study program for Washington high school students with disabilities, students who might not have otherwise continued their studies envision themselves in college and beyond.

Seattle Times

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