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Breaking new ground
in Science fiction
UW student Zoe Hana Mikuta’s new young adult novel, ‘Gearbreakers,’ features biracial characters who reflect her own experiences.
His journey took him from the UW to professional basketball and back. But it’s in the special education classroom that Anthony Washington, ’16, ’19, is making a lasting difference.
Bridging the distance
When the UW returns to in-person learning this fall, faculty like Assistant Teaching Professor Rania Hussein will bring the creative methods they developed while teaching remotely.
Doctoral student Nathalie Thelemaque is studying how civil engineers can center climate change and marginalized communities in their work.
News & Events
Safe return to campus: Please join us May 12 for a presidential town hall
On May 12 at 9 a.m. PDT, President Ana Mari Cauce will host a virtual town hall for the UW community of students, families, faculty and staff to discuss the safe return to in-person learning in the fall.
UW announces COVID-19 vaccine requirement for students
The University of Washington will require students on all three campuses to be vaccinated against COVID-19 before the start of the autumn quarter. Vaccinations are provided free of charge to individuals at UW Medicine hospitals as well as at mass vaccination sites in Seattle and in Pierce and Snohomish counties.