The other side of the glass
At the University of Washington, our students and our community have a rich legacy of striving toward a common goal. When we combine our individual passions with a shared purpose, we go further, faster — together.
Read on for stories of how the UW community is taking on the challenges of today — and preparing to tackle those of tomorrow.
In its inaugural paddle, the UW Shell House Canoe Family joined the annual Tribal Canoe Journey, where tribal and First Nations communities reconnect and celebrate their shared heritage.
The “Boys in the Boat” UW rowing team beat the odds to win Olympic gold in 1936 — setting a legacy in motion.
Breaking a cycle of addiction, homelessness and prison, Raymond Haug transformed his life and found a calling in mechanical engineering.