UW Today

April 24, 2013

Air pollution may harden arteries

Carlos Gil tells family story in memoir, ‘We Became Mexican American’

A conversation with Carlos Gil, UW professor emeritus of history and author of the memoir “We Became Mexican American.”

April 23, 2013

A greener concrete? UW-led coalition seeks to reduce concrete’s carbon footprint

Concrete is used to build streets, bridges, buildings, dams and driveways — and it lasts a very long time — but what if concrete could be made with a 50 percent smaller carbon footprint?

Workers Memorial Day event takes place April 24 at HUB Lyceum

The 65 workers who died from job-related injuries or illnesses in Washington state this past year will be remembered at a UW event promoting safer workplaces.

Robots, solar-powered cars at Engineering Discovery Days, April 26-27

Engineering Discovery Days is April 26-27 at the UW campus and will feature exhibits and demonstrations from engineering departments and student groups.

April 22, 2013

Professor of computer science and engineering remembered through UW scholarship fund

David Notkin, University of Washington professor of computer science and engineering, died April 22. He was 58.

New book explores fragile status of world’s penguins

Wayne C. Roth, president and general manager of KUOW, to retire after 30 years

Wayne C. Roth, president and general manager of KUOW Puget Sound Public Radio, has announced that he will retire this September.

News Digest: Husky Green Awards, oceanbound on Earth Day, join Trash-in Wednesday, spring-clean your inbox

Husky Green Awards announced at kick-off || Expedition oceanbound on Earth Day || Annual ‘UW Trash-In’ event Wednesday || Tips to spring-clean your inbox

‘Rare Earth’ redux: Moon is key to our existence

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