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There's a job for that

A new quiz from the College of Arts & Sciences shows how your degree can lead to a great — and often unexpected — job. Take a spin to be matched with career advice from UW alumni.

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A lifeline to
mental health

Lisa Lovejoy suffered for years with mental illness — until she found the right treatment at Harborview Medical Center. Now she hopes to inspire others toward better health.

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#UWserves

2017 Distinguished Alumni Veteran Award

Pearl Harbor veteran Raymond D. Emory, ’52, has helped to ensure that those who made the ultimate sacrifice will finally receive the honors they deserve.

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#HuskyExperience

Tradition with a
modern twist

The UW Human Powered Sub Team has blended traditional boatbuilding with aerospace and marine engineering to create an award-winning submarine.

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News & Events

wildflowers mount rainier
Environment

Climate change causes shift in bloom times

An unseasonably warm, dry summer on Mount Rainier in 2015 caused subalpine wildflowers to change their bloom times. The changes could disrupt interactions among species.

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Jake Browning
Husky Football

Dawgs host Utes Saturday night at Husky Stadium

Washington plays the first of two end-of-season home games as Utah visits Montlake for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff.

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Anthony Dichiara, a University of Washington professor in the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, holds a piece of “smart” paper created in his lab.
Engineering

‘Smart’ paper can conduct electricity, detect water

A UW team wants to simplify the process for discovering detrimental water leaks by developing “smart” paper that can sense the presence of water.

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