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Between humanity
and technology

What makes us human? The UW Center for Neurotechnology examines the ethics of tomorrow’s technology.

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Hands-on education — online

Innovative UW instructors are shipping supplies to eager students and finding creative ways to harness the unique opportunities of online education.

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The language of
the land

UW Lecturer Tami Hohn is bringing Southern Lushootseed to a new generation across the University and the Puget Sound — where the language has always lived.

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Husky 100

Each spring, the Husky 100 honors one hundred undergraduate and graduate students who are making the most of their UW experience. Learn more about these Huskies and their impressive achievements.

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Be Boundless

News & Events

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School of Nursing

May is Nurses Month

Governor Jay Inslee has declared May to be Nurses Month. This recognition adds to the growing national and international support for the role nurses play in our healthcare system, our community, and in combatting the COVID-19 pandemic on the frontlines. We are proud to join in the celebration of nurses around the world.

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Honors and Awards

Congratulations to the 2020 Awards of Excellence winners

The University of Washington is excited to announce this year’s Awards of Excellence winners for their outstanding dedication in teaching, mentoring, public service, staff support and more.

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UW and the Community

Food pantry, emergency grants help students in need during all-remote spring quarter

Under circumstances that have upended students’ academic and personal lives, the university community is rethinking traditional programs and services.

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Fast Facts


The UW was named the most innovative public university in the world by Reuters in 2019.

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