The UW is shifting $3 million to expand child care facilities on campus as part of a major initiative to enhance the culture of service in UW’s administration.
Poverty rates in Washington dropped between 2013 and 2014 for the first time in six years, but many people are increasingly struggling to get by, particularly in Seattle.
A lecture series presented by the UW College of the Environment will focus on “Surviving Disaster: Natural Hazards & Resilient Communities.”
The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies’ growing areas of interest and sphere of impact will be on display Oct. 16.
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@uwnews The Arctic, cybersecurity and space will be among topics discussed at @UWJSIS conference Oct. 16. http://t.co/bFN5bhxdud
@uwnews .@UW summit highlights poverty, eroding middle class in WA. http://t.co/8X1IJiko4f @scottwallard @JennieRomich
@uwnews .@seattletimes: Architects' partnership lives on in Afghanistan girls school designed by @UW students. http://t.co/uSCtGn8gtx
Catch a world premiere at Meany Hall, explore the Burke’s collection of birds, enjoy a night of jazz, marvel at a modern dance performance, or wander through the Jacob Lawrence Gallery.
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