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Learning the business
Nicole Bryant, ’21, is getting a real-world business education and helping a women-owned startup — thanks to the Foster School’s Consulting and Business Development Center.
A burning need
In the aftermath of wildfires, UW researchers like Mike Grilliot conduct vital reconnaissance missions to identify lingering natural hazards that can affect both communities and the environment.
RNA vaccines enabled rapid progress against COVID-19. UW professor Deborah Fuller is at the forefront of new technologies that could transform pandemic response far into the future.
one case at a time
Inspired by an eye-opening undergraduate course, Anthony Stokes, ’21, changed direction and is now on a mission to understand and improve the criminal justice system.
News & Events
Drier, warmer night air is making some Western wildfires more active at night
Firefighters have reported that Western wildfires are starting earlier in the morning and dying down later at night, hampering their ability to recover and regroup before the next day’s flareup. A study by UW and U.S. Forest Service scientists shows why.
Food insecurity remains high and need for assistance dramatically up
Washington residents continue to experience a dramatically higher level of food insecurity — from 10% before the COVID-19 pandemic to 27%, according to the latest research from the UW and WSU on food insecurity and food assistance in the state.
UW announces COVID-19 vaccine requirement for all employees
The University of Washington will require all employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by autumn quarter. The UW will also require all students to be vaccinated before fall classes begin.