Tom Profit and Sid McHarg of UW Technology recall meeting with networking experts from a major computing company in the mid 1980s.
Fleet Services (formerly Motor Pool) has added some new features to its UCAR program, making car-sharing more convenient — and green — than ever for the UW community.
Karissa Willhite’s senior art project will do more than just keep her warm.
Class title: GEOG/SIS 111: Global Youth, taught by Dr.
Statistics Professor Peter Guttorp fiddles with a remote control, pointing it at a device to make a videoconference connection with the University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
Class title: English 285: Writers on Writing, taught by the UW creative writing faculty, led by Professor Richard Kenney, and Teaching Assistants Scott Provence and Sarah Erickson.
What’s the story behind your cup of coffee? As the top coffee consumers in the country, most Seattleites can spot a coffee vendor from a mile away.
UW student Devin Hampton is just 10 credits shy of earning his undergraduate degree in political science, but he’s not worried about walking in a graduation ceremony anytime soon.
The UW Astronomy Department is making the universe “Yours to Discover” in 2009, thanks to its partnership in celebrating the <A href="http://www.