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Class Notes: Archaeology in Film

Class title: ARCHY 101: Archaeology in Film, taught by Ben Marwick, an assistant professor of anthropology.

A natural numbers man wins a contest for sacred poetry

Words and numbers are often seen as incompatible interests, but not in Stuart Anderson’s world.

Distinguished Teaching Awards Showcase, May 7

The Distinguished Teaching Awards Showcase gives everyone the chance to experience first-hand the UW’s best educators.

Student service and leadership to be celebrated April 28

As senior year approached for Angelica-Mae Corral, she was very anxious and overwhelmed when it came to figuring out her next step after graduation.

Opening classroom doors: Teaching and learning highlighted at annual symposium

Professor Diane Gillespie believes that writing and telling stories are a great way for educators to assess their teaching practices.

Large attendance anticipated at the Spring Career Fair

April 14 is the UW’s largest career fair, and planners expect a big turnout from students and alumni (UW employees are welcome as well) largely because of the current state of the economy and job market.

Model U.N. is off to NYC for Nationals

UW’s Model United Nations team is only a couple of weeks away from its most anticipated event of the year—the National Model United Nations Conference.

Writer’s Block Literary Festival: Experience an epiphany

Writer’s block can strike anyone.

Dance Majors Concert: Students put their hearts and souls into the five-month process of creating a program

For five months, students have been organizing every aspect of the upcoming Dance Majors Concert.

Farming: It’s right here on campus

While millions of college students spend hours playing the Facebook phenomenon FarmVille, planting and harvesting cyber crops, a group of UW students are doing the real thing on the <A href="http://students.

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