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Rooted in the community

Samantha Fredman, ’20, balanced her years of study in Law, Societies & Justice with human-centered work in social services. Now a graduate, she’s focused on turning policy into equity.

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Quantum edge

“Quantum everything” is the focus of QuantumX, a UW initiative to study quantum computing and beyond. UW faculty members are among the experts working with industry partners to shape the coming quantum age.

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Radical listening

Anti-racism doesn’t always require immediate action, says Professor Ralina Joseph. Sometimes you can start by listening without judgment.

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Encouraging young
readers in Washington

When schools went online last spring, Real Dawgs Read, the UW’s K–8 reading program, kicked into high gear — with more than 3,200 kids taking the challenge.

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Giving

Generous gift bolsters effort to diversify the education workforce

The gift to the UW’s College of Education will expand financial support for and recruitment of teacher candidates from diverse backgrounds, a key driver in ultimate K-12 student success.

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UW and the Community

Together we will

Courage. Creativity. Innovation. Respect. These Husky values see us through all kinds of challenges — from facing hard times to righting wrongs and helping to solve problems. Every day, we find tremendous hope in how the UW community pulls together to listen, learn, take action and improve the world.

How you can help

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Coronavirus

Face coverings are an important tool to fight COVID-19

Washington requires masks to be worn in public. Get information about using face coverings, including what kinds of masks are appropriate to wear and how they protect people.

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Fast Facts

Did you know?

32% of incoming freshmen are the first in their families to attend college.

For Washington

All 39 counties in Washington state are represented by students at the UW.