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Accessible by design

A car accident changed how doctoral student Ather Sharif thought about accessibility. Now he advocates for technology that enables people with disabilities to fit in just as they are.

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NATIVE KNOWLEDGE

ISchool assistant professor Miranda Belarde-Lewis combines research, teaching and curating to help reclaim how Native art is presented — and bring Native voices to the forefront.

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DISCOVERIES IN
DINO COUNTRY

On a pivotal excavation in Montana, UW paleontologists, students and volunteers uncovered clues that shine light on the age of the dinosaurs.

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#ThisIsUW

You Deserve the World

Find fresh inspiration in this new poem by MFA grad Ally Ang, ’21, brought to life in this video performance.

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Be Boundless

News & Events

The main floor study and gathering area is surrounded by art. Here one of five light boxes in RYAN! Feddersen’s installation called “Antecedents” connects the space with concepts in Plateau tribes’ origin stories.
Population Health

Hans Rosling Center wins state, national architectural design and project awards

The Hans Rosling Center for Population Health is a direct result of the UW’s Population Health Initiative, an interdisciplinary effort to bring understanding and solutions to the biggest health challenges facing communities here in the Pacific Northwest, the U.S. and around the world.

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Virtual events

President Cauce delivers UW Converge keynote Dec. 10

UW Converge is the premier gathering of the University’s global community of alumni and friends. This year’s keynote will feature UW President Ana Mari Cauce and UW Vice President for Student Life Denzil Suite discussing what it means to lead through change.

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Coronavirus

WA Notify app alerts you to potential COVID-19 exposure

Help protect yourself and your loved ones by downloading WA Notify. It’s a smartphone app that lets you know when you’ve potentially been exposed to COVID-19. WA Notify is free, completely private, and does not track your activity or identity.

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Honors & Awards

7 uw faculty have won the nobel prize