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Scene of change
As climate change heightens conflict between humans and wildlife, UW professor Briana Abrahms is using data to help people and animals cope — and coexist.
Learn how College of Engineering and College of Arts & Sciences researchers are helping to establish the UW as a global leader of the coming quantum age.
GENIUS AT WORK
The MacArthur Foundation honors UW Professor Yejin Choi, who teaches human language to computers.
Mechanical engineering Ph.D. candidate Malia Steward works to discover how solar cells can more efficiently convert light to electricity.
News & Events
Cherry blossoms on track for early April peak bloom
This year’s colder-than-usual spring delays the peak bloom slightly with blossoms set to emerge the week of March 20, according to the UW campus arborist. A new visitor’s website will have all of the updates an information needed, including a blossom tracker and details on transportation, activities, amenities and more.
Ballmer Group gifts $43 million to support Washington state early learning programs
Ballmer Group commits $38 million anchor gift to the University of Washington aligned with additional $5 million for early childhood workforce advocacy and programs to foster leaders of color in the field.
New research may explain decline of southern orcas
With population numbers of the southern resident orcas back to mid-1970 levels, a new study led by scientists at the UW and NOAA Fisheries shows how different hunting patterns between the southern and northern resident orcas may be the reason.