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Virtual Henry Suzzallo Society Reception

Welcome Henry Suzzallo Society Members

Society members have never been more important to the University of Washington as we navigate a changing world. We are saddened that we can’t gather this year for our annual Henry Suzzallo Society Reception but member’s safety is our paramount priority.

In lieu of this year’s in-person reception, this webpage introduces Henry Suzzallo Society members to a sneak peek into the University’s answer to the monumental call of socially distanced education.

Click on the picture below for a warm welcome to the Virtual Henry Suzzallo Society Reception from Korynne Wright, UW Foundation Board Chair.

Lectures & Instructional Videos

Explore the video options on this page to experience real lectures UW students have attended while the University continues to provide meaningful learning opportunities.

iSchooliSchool: Introduction to Bullshit

Bullshit is everywhere, and we’ve had enough. We want to teach people to detect and defuse bullshit where ever it may arise.

8 minute video

EngineeringCivil & Environmental Engineering: Teaching a lab class online

Instructor Julian Yamaurais shows how he films video modules for students to watch then discuss in interactive zoom classes.

2 minute video

dramaDrama: [Here/Now] Cabaret

Members of the company of our COVID-cancelled production of CABARET talk about their process, what it meant to lose the show, and what they’ve gained from the experience that they will bring into their future work.

10 minute video

English VideoDepartment of English: Literature, Language, Culture

UW scholar Dr. Jesse Oak Taylor discusses what studying literature in what’s called “the environmental humanities” teaches us about collectivity during events from Cyclone Amphan to COVID-19.

18 minute video

Education VideoCollege of Education: A Wise Mind

Professor James Mazza provides practical advice on emotion regulation and distress tolerance skills during difficult times.

17 minute video

Shuo Yin imageArt + Art History + Design: 2020 Graduate exhibits

In this showcase, the School presents the culminating thesis work of its graduating graduate students, their research covers a wide range of styles, mediums, and topics. Featured image from graduate student Shuo Yin.