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December 14, 2022

Video highlights: UW News in 2022

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This video is also available with an audio description.

This year the University of Washington campus once again was bustling after a quieter couple of years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The year 2022 saw the UW community continue to come together again with more in-person events and fascinating research that make videographers excited to hit “record” and share these scenes.

This 80-second video looks back on the year, offering a taste of what students, faculty and staff were up to — from building more comfortable prosthetics and cultivating a Pacific Northwest maple syrup industry to multiple commencement ceremonies and inclusive summer camps.

In 2022, UW News also launched a story project highlighting ways in which our researchers and staff are problem-solving and having an impact across the state. The “For Washington” series visits places like Yakima, Twisp and Shelton where the UW is working side by side with shellfish farmers, fruit industry managers and fire-prone communities to build better futures.

The UW News office is here to share stories and information about outstanding people, programs and research coming out of the University of Washington. In addition to publishing news releases and connecting reporters with faculty experts, we offer video stories, soundbites and b-roll to external news outlets to use in broadcasts, online stories and social media.

In 2022, UW News videos were used across the country by television stations, radio stations and online publications, and garnered more than 100,000 views on our website and social media.

For more information, contact:

Kiyomi Taguchi, UW News video producer: ktaguchi@uw.edu or 206-685-2716.