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Students put GIS skills to use on social justice projects

Students put GIS skills to use on social justice projects

Students in a geography course are applying lessons learned in class to projects with local nonprofits ranging from food banks to criminal justice organizations.

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Network seeks to reframe poverty locally, globally

Network seeks to reframe poverty locally, globally

Two University of Washington geography professors are leading an effort with what might be considered a staggeringly ambitious goal — to reframe how poverty is perceived and studied around the world.

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First dinosaur fossil found in Washington

First dinosaur fossil found in Washington

Burke Museum paleontologists have documented the first dinosaur fossil from Washington state. The fossil was collected by a museum research team along the shores of Sucia Island State Park in the San Juan Islands.

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A selection from the graduate student art show

A selection from the graduate student art show

A look at the annual exhibit for students graduating with master’s degrees in art and design, at the Henry Art Gallery.

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Arts Roundup: Jazz, yoga – and Cloud Chamber Bowls

The School of Music offers a variety of events this week, highlighting jazz modern, percussion, and the music and instruments of 20th century composer Harry Partch.

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Flights of Imagination

Flights of Imagination

Photo by John Healy

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