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Providing a pandemic lifeline

Diabetes patients had access to mental health care when they needed it most, thanks to a donor-supported telemedicine program.

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CURIOSITY & CLAY

Sculptor and Bonderman Fellow George Rodriguez, ’09, explores stories of identity and humanity through his art.

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Unleashing the superpower of dogs

With philanthropic support from the community, the UW’s Conservation Canines sniff out answers to pressing environmental questions.

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THE PACK IS BACK!

Welcome home, Huskies. Whether you’re brand-new to the UW or a returning Husky, celebrate the start of autumn quarter — and the joy of being together again.

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Social Science

Feeling anxious about in-person work, school? Here’s how to ease the transition

The return to in-person campus life may prompt some anxiety, but a few tips from University of Washington psychology professor Jane Simoni can help.

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Kelsie Abrams, the Burke Museum’s paleontology preparation laboratory manager, opens the field jacket of a theropod ilium.Timothy Kenney/Burke Museum/University of Washington
Science

New dinosaur discoveries

A team of paleontologists from the UW and its Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture excavated four dinosaurs in northeastern Montana this summer. All fossils will be brought back to the Burke Museum where the public can watch paleontologists remove the surrounding rock in the fossil preparation laboratory.

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Autumn Quarter

A safe return to in-person learning

This autumn the UW is safely returning to in-person instruction and activities. The University requires requires masks indoors for all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, and also requires all students and personnel to be vaccinated.

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