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March 12, 2020

UW graduate student tests positive for COVID-19

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凯时棋牌appThe UW Advisory Committee on Communicable Diseases (ACCD) announced Thursday that a UW Seattle campus graduate student has tested positive for COVID-19. The student is recovering at home, out of state, and we wish them well. 


凯时棋牌appMarch 6, 2020

Video: President Cauce on the decision to end in-person classes for the quarter

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University of Washington President Ana Mari Cauce sat down with Vice President of Student Life Denzil Suite for a candid conversation about how COVID-19 is affecting campus operations, why classes will no longer meet in person for the rest of the quarter and whether a student-led petition had an impact on the decision.


Press conference: University of Washington’s response to COVID-19

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The University of Washington held a press conference at 12:30 p.m. Friday, March 6, 2020 to address the decision to move classes online in an effort to limit the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak, and address the UW staff member who received a presumptive positive test result.


February 9, 2020

UPDATE: Negative coronavirus test results for fourth UW student; no confirmed cases and no more tests pending

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The UW Advisory Committee on Communicable Diseases (ACCD) announced Sunday that it received negative test results for the fourth of four students who have been tested for coronavirus. Three students had previously also tested negative, and there are no remaining tests pending among any members of the UW community. There continue to be no confirmed cases of novel coronavirus among UW community members.


February 5, 2020

Fourth UW student screened for novel coronavirus; still no cases confirmed

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The University of Washington was notified by Public Health – Seattle & King County that a UW student from the Seattle campus is being tested for the novel coronavirus. The student traveled from China in January and lives off campus. There continue to be no confirmed cases of novel coronavirus among UW community members.


凯时棋牌appJanuary 30, 2020

UPDATE: Negative coronavirus test results for third UW student; no confirmed cases and no more tests pending

A large 'W' is at the north entrance to the UW campus.

凯时棋牌appThe UW Advisory Committee on Communicable Diseases (ACCD) announced Thursday that it received negative test results for the third of three students who have been tested for coronavirus. Two students had previously also tested negative, and there are no remaining tests pending among any members of the UW community. There continue to be no confirmed cases of novel coronavirus among UW community members.


凯时棋牌appJanuary 28, 2020

Update: Negative coronavirus test results for two people; awaiting results of third

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The UW Advisory Committee on Communicable Diseases (ACCD) announced Tuesday that it received negative test results for the second student of three students who have been tested for coronavirus. One student had previously tested negative, and the University anticipates receiving test results this week for the third student tested. There continue to be no confirmed cases of novel coronavirus among UW community members.


凯时棋牌appJanuary 26, 2020

Three UW students in Seattle screened for novel coronavirus

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The University of Washington was notified by Public Health – Seattle & King County (PHSKC) that three students from the UW’s Seattle campus are being screened for the novel (new) coronavirus. These three students recently traveled to Wuhan, China, and developed symptoms after returning. One person lives off campus, and that student’s test was negative…


凯时棋牌appDecember 11, 2019

Annual notification: Anti-kickback, conflict of interest, whistleblower regulations and hotlines

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Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR 52.203-7) require the University of Washington to implement procedures designed to prevent and detect violations of the Anti-Kickback Act of 1986 (41 USC 51-58).


November 19, 2019

UW drives $15.7 billion of state’s economy; sustains more than 100,000 jobs

Across its three campuses, the University of Washington generated a total impact on the state’s economy of more than $15.7 billion in FY 2018, according to an economic contribution analysis released today. The study further concludes that the economic activity of the UW system supported or sustained 100,520 jobs throughout the state.


凯时棋牌appOctober 18, 2019

UW Regents approve five-year contract extension for President Ana Mari Cauce

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The University of Washington Board of Regents this week approved a five-year contract extension for President Ana Mari Cauce. The agreement was finalized under authority previously delegated to the board chair.


凯时棋牌appOctober 2, 2019

UW statement on investigation into the conduct of professor John Sahr

University of Washington statement on the investigation into the conduct of professor John Sahr.


凯时棋牌appSeptember 9, 2019

UW-GU Regional Health Partnership announces new center in Spokane

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McKinstry to design and construct $60 million ‘leap forward’ for medical education, health sciences research and innovation.


August 13, 2019

HUB closed starting at 2 p.m. on Aug. 14 and Sept. 4 for police training activities

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凯时棋牌appThe Husky Union Building (HUB) will be closed from 2 to 9 p.m. on Aug. 14 and Sept. 4 for the UW Police Department to conduct training exercises inside the building.


凯时棋牌appFebruary 19, 2019

Video: The UW’s annual budget explained

This video takes a look at the UW’s revenue and operating budget from the 2018-2019 academic year. We explain where the money comes from and how it is spent.


January 30, 2019

Building equity: A talk with Renée Cheng, new dean of the UW College of Built Environments

Renée Cheng, new dean of the UW College of Built Environments, joined the UW on Jan. 1. This is a QA story with the new dean.

UW News talks with Renée Cheng, new dean of the UW College of Built Environments, about her background and plans for the college. Cheng joined the UW on Jan. 1.


凯时棋牌appJanuary 2, 2019

UW mourns the death of Blake Nordstrom

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Statements from University of Washington President Ana Mari Cauce, director of athletics Jennifer Cohen and men’s rowing head coach Michael Callahan


October 25, 2018

Q&A: Provost Mark Richards’ welcome lecture asks: ‘What really killed the dinosaurs?’

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Provost Mark Richards answers questions surrounding the topic of his welcome lecture, Tuesday afternoon in the HUB Lyceum.


July 31, 2018

Lou Cariello named vice president for UW Facilities

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Lou Cariello has been named vice president of UW Facilities, University of Washington Executive Vice President Jeff Scott announced earlier this month. Cariello is scheduled to start in mid-August.


July 16, 2018

Dr. Gary Chiodo named interim dean at UW School of Dentistry

Dr. Gary Chiodo of Oregon Health & Science University has been appointed interim dean of the University of Washington School of Dentistry, effective Aug. 1, UW President Ana Mari Cauce and Provost Mark Richards announced Monday.


June 28, 2018

UW President Ana Mari Cauce named ‘Great Immigrant’ on 2018 Carnegie list

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University of Washington President Ana Mari Cauce has been named one of 38 great immigrants by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.


June 5, 2018

UW’s Allen School to expand direct freshmen admissions in computer science

凯时棋牌appIn an effort to improve the student experience and provide certainty for prospective computer science majors, the University of Washington’s Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering is expanding its direct to major admissions program for incoming freshmen. Beginning with the class of fall 2019, direct admission from high school will be the primary pathway into computer science for the majority of UW undergraduates.


凯时棋牌appMay 25, 2018

UW statement regarding ongoing negotiations with academic student employees – May 25, 2018

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凯时棋牌appThe academic student employees (ASEs) at the University of Washington have announced a strike to begin June 2, despite the fact that two bargaining sessions are scheduled before that date. The UW is working with deans, chancellors and department chairs to avoid disruption or delay in grades or graduation should the ASEs strike.


凯时棋牌appMay 18, 2018

UW Faculty Senate celebrates its 80-year history

凯时棋牌appEight decades ago to the day, the Faculty Senate met for the first time at the University of Washington.


凯时棋牌appMay 14, 2018

UW statement regarding ongoing negotiations with academic student employees – May 14, 2018

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ASEs have called on the University of Washington to address trans-affirming medical procedures, mental health coverage, sexual harassment prevention training and wages – and the latest proposal the UW offered Monday addresses each outstanding issue.


May 2, 2018

Hilary Godwin named dean of the School of Public Health

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Hilary Godwin has been named the next dean of the University of Washington’s School of Public Health, President Ana Mari Cauce and Provost Jerry Baldasty announced today. Her appointment, set to begin July 15, 2018, is subject to approval by the UW Board of Regents.


UW, plaintiffs reach agreement on ADA lawsuit regarding parking facilities on campus

凯时棋牌appThe University of Washington announced today it has reached agreement with a group of three plaintiffs in an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) lawsuit alleging violations in the University’s parking facilities on the Seattle campus.


凯时棋牌appMay 1, 2018

UW statement regarding ongoing negotiations with academic student employees

The UW has proposed a three-year contract which includes annual wage increases over the next three years, a continuation of high-quality health insurance fully paid by the university and the continuation of waivers on many student-approved fees. The UW has also agreed to pay for two 50 percent ASE employees to partner with SafeCampus to develop and conduct a sexual harassment and prevention training program to address ASE-specific issues.


凯时棋牌appApril 25, 2018

UW breaks ground on new Population Health building

A crowd of dignitaries gathered Wednesday for the official groundbreaking of the university’s new 290,000-square-foot Population Health Building, a facility that will house the Population Health Initiative launched by the UW in 2016.


April 16, 2018

Statement on UW School of Dentistry financial deficit

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凯时棋牌appA statement from Victor Balta, UW spokesperson, on the financial deficit in the University of Washington School of Dentistry.


凯时棋牌appMarch 29, 2018

Mario L. Barnes named dean of the School of Law

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Mario L. Barnes has been named the next Toni Rembe dean of the University of Washington’s School of Law, President Ana Mari Cauce and Provost Jerry Baldasty announced today. His appointment, set to begin July 5, 2018, is subject to approval by the UW Board of Regents.


February 26, 2018

Brian McCartan named vice president for finance at the UW

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Brian McCartan has been named vice president for finance at the University of Washington, Executive Vice President Jeff Scott announced today. McCartan joins the UW after serving as the chief financial officer at Sound Transit for the past 11 years. He begins on Feb. 26.


凯时棋牌appFebruary 20, 2018

University of Washington is a top producer of Fulbright scholars

凯时棋牌appThe University of Washington ranked second in the country in producing Fulbright Scholars. Fulbrights were awarded to 11 researchers at UW’s Seattle campus, and to three faculty members at UW Bothell.


凯时棋牌appFebruary 15, 2018

Five UW scientists awarded Sloan Fellowships for early-career research

凯时棋牌appFive faculty members at the University of Washington have been awarded early-career fellowships from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. The new Sloan Fellows, announced Feb. 15, include Maya Cakmak, assistant professor of computer science and engineering; Jiun-Haw Chu, assistant professor of clean energy and physics; Arka Majumdar, assistant professor of electrical engineering and physics; Jessica Werk, assistant professor of astronomy; and Chelsea Wood, assistant professor of aquatic and fishery sciences.


February 6, 2018

University of Washington, other leading research universities form international coalition to speed local climate action

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The University of Washington joins 12 other leading North American research universities in the new University Climate Change Coalition, or UC3, a group committed to leveraging its research and resources to help communities accelerate climate action.


January 9, 2018

Mark Richards, former dean at UC Berkeley, named provost at the UW

Mark Richard, incoming provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at the UW.

凯时棋牌appUniversity of Washington President Ana Mari Cauce today named Mark Richards provost and executive vice president for academic affairs. The appointment is effective July 1, 2018. Richards, a geophysicist, is a professor of Earth and planetary science at the University of California, Berkeley, where he previously served as dean of mathematical and physical sciences from…


凯时棋牌appNovember 29, 2017

University of Washington fall 2017 entering class sets record for diversity, resident students

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凯时棋牌appThe University of Washington welcomed the most diverse class of new students across all three campuses, and the largest number of Washington residents in UW history, according to the finalized Fall 2017 census of enrolled students released by all three campuses.


September 28, 2017

Lisa M. Zurk named executive director of UW Applied Physics Laboratory

Lisa Zurk, a UW aluma in electrical engineering, professor at Portland State University and program manager at DARPA, will become the eighth director of the UW’s Applied Physics Laboratory.


凯时棋牌appSeptember 12, 2017

Work broadening high-quality early learning bolstered by grant

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凯时棋牌app    The University of Washington College of Education’s work to expand access to high-quality early learning opportunities across the country is being strengthened with a $10 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Over the next four years, the grant will support the College in generating tools and methods needed to launch…


凯时棋牌appSeptember 5, 2017

UW, Seattle Housing Authority plan to build affordable housing in the U District

The University of Washington and the Seattle Housing Authority have signed a memorandum of understanding for the two organizations to develop affordable housing in the University District.



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