Greetings, Agent. As you may have heard, real gadgets and artifacts from spies and spy catchers have been “liberated” from the archives of the CIA, the FBI, and the National Reconnaissance Office. These artifacts—representing some of the crown jewels of historical and modern spycraft—are currently making their way towards the Pacific Science Center as part of the traveling exhibit, SPY: The Secret World of Espionage.
UWAA welcomes faculty and staff to infiltrate and investigate this exhibition with special after-hours access and $16 admission**—tickets for the general public cost up to $32.50! Field operatives have arranged exclusive pricing and after-hours access to the exhibition, as well as special activities and pre-exhibit discussions.
As always, should you or any of your party be captured, the Secretary will disavow any knowledge of your actions.*** This website will self-destruct in 10 seconds.****
Pre-exhibit discussions: Join UW scholars for special pre-exhibit discussions at 5:30 p.m. in the Laser Dome:
- April 10: UW School of Law Professor Ryan Calo on the promise and perils of a domestic drone industry.
- April 11: Professor Radha Poovendran, the Director of the UW’s Network Security Lab, will discuss electronic eavesdropping and the limitations of technology in providing user privacy in public networks.
The pre-exhibit talks are free, but advance registration is required; click below to sign up and use HuskySpy in the UWAA membership field. These discussions are sure to fill quickly, so be sure to sign up early.
*Okay, maybe not “danger,” exactly. But definitely “fun.”
**Admission for UW faculty and staff and UWAA members is $14 plus $2 UWAA processing fee.
***Always wanted to say this.
****This website will not self-destruct.
SPY is produced by Base Entertainment
Greg Flanders is the Communications and Media Editor for Advancement Alumni and Constituent Relations. Greg has a special talent for walking long distances and reading a book at the same time—without running into anything.