We are pleased to introduce a new member of the State Relations team, Marissa Ingalls, who is taking on the position of Assistant to the Director. Marissa spent her childhood on the Big Island before moving to Everett, WA in 1999. After high school, she became a proud Husky and graduated in 2008 with a
A new University of Washington institute to develop efficient, cost-effective solar power and better energy storage systems launched last week (Dec. 12) with an event attended by UW President Michael K. Young, Gov. Jay Inslee and researchers, industry experts and policy leaders in renewable energy. Gov. Inslee made securing $6 million for CEI a priority last
Last Friday (Nov. 1), Rep. Hans Zeiger (R-Puyallup) visited UW Seattle to tour the UW Institute for Protein Design. On the tour, Rep. Zeiger learned about the Institute’s leading edge research integrating UW expertise in biochemistry, engineering, computer science and medicine, and leveraging local strength in the software industry to achieve new breakthroughs in medicine. Rep. Zeiger
UW Professor of Social Work Jennifer Stuber has launched a suicide prevention program called Forefront, the first program of its kind in the U.S. Watch this UW 360 episode featuring Dr. Stuber’s personal story, and her work in Olympia with Rep. Tina Orwall (D-33rd Legislative District) to pass legislation requiring mental health professionals to receive suicide
State elected officials and staff have been visiting UW’s Institute for Protein Design this legislative interim to learn more about one of the University’s leading edge research programs. Below is an inforgraph produced by the IPD, which explains in further detail the power of Protein Design:
In the 2013 Annual Address to the campus community, UW President Michael K. Young examines how we are working together as a university to address key 21st century challenges.
The University of Washington has received an 18-month grant of $110,299 from the state Attorney General’s Office to provide training and education for health professionals and the general public on the subject of chronic pain management and cannabis use. Read more at UW Today.
On Friday (Oct. 11), the Washington State Economic Revenue & Forecast Council published it’s monthly economic and revenue update. Among other news, the report shows that tax collections were again higher than previously forecast, and consumer confidence is down, likely as a byproduct of the federal government shutdown. A few additional highlights from the update: Washington
The Seattle Times reports that Washington will be the eighth state to adopt the “Next Generation Science Standards,” which outline what students should know about big ideas of science, key practices scientists and engineers use to solve problems, and fundamental concepts that apply across all scientific fields. The Times highlights the prominent role played by the« Previous Page Next Page »