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  • Soundbites: UW experts respond to Gov. Inslee's limits on crowd sizes

    March 11, 2020

    A crowd in Seattle

    Washington Gov. Jay Inslee issued on Wednesday, March 11, an emergency proclamation that limits large events to minimize risks to public health during the COVID-19 outbreak. Here are how two UW experts responded to questions about the order.

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  • Soundbites & B-roll: Instructor Rick Mohler's architecture class goes online

    澳门英皇appMarch 9, 2020

    Rick Mohler, associate professor of architecture in the College of Built Environments, is now teaching his classes using Zoom. His architecture classes usually meet in person, but were conducted entirely online Monday.

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  • Soundbites & B-roll: Marissa Baker on workplace disease exposure

    澳门英皇appMarch 9, 2020

    A University of Washington researcher calculates that 14.4 million workers face exposure to infection once a week and 26.7 million at least once a month in the workplace, pointing to an important population needing protection.

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  • Soundbites & B-roll: UW rural nursing program

    March 3, 2020

      For journalists Download soundbites and b-roll here.   On March 3rd, Premera Blue Cross announced a $4.7 million grant to the University of Washington to establish the Rural Nursing Health Initiative to place current students in rural practices in Washington state. According to a 2017 study from the National Rural Health Association, people living in…

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  • Soundbites & B-roll: Minimum wage and health

    澳门英皇appFebruary 11, 2020

    A UW study found that increases in minimum wages primarily had no effect on health overall. However, they did find a mix of negative and positive effects associated with the health of certain groups of working-age people.

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  • Soundbites & B-roll: UW expert answers questions about the novel coronavirus pandemic

    February 7, 2020

    澳门英皇appDr. Judith Wasserheit, chair of the UW Department of Global Health in the School of Public Health and part of the UW MetaCenter for Pandemic Preparedness and Global Health Security, answers questions about the novel coronavirus outbreak, its spread, the level of concern and how to best protect yourself. For journalists Download soundbites and b-roll…

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  • Soundbites & B-roll: Altruistic babies

    February 5, 2020

    澳门英皇appFor journalists Download soundbites and b-roll   New research by the University of Washington’s Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences, or I-LABS, finds that altruism may begin in infancy. In a study of nearly 100 19-month-olds, researchers found that children, even when hungry, gave a tasty snack to a stranger in need. The findings not…

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  • Soundbites & b-roll: UW President Ana Mari Cauce addresses World Economic Forum in Davos: 'Free to Be (LGBTI)'

    澳门英皇appJanuary 22, 2020

    澳门英皇appUniversity of Washington President Ana Mari Cauce participated in a “must-watch” panel, “Free to Be (LGBTI)“, Jan. 22 at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

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  • Soundbites & b-roll: HuskySat-1

    November 5, 2019

    purple wings on device marked "W"

    'HuskySat-1' is among seven student-built satellites from around the country that launched Saturday morning, Nov. 2, from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility on the Virginia coast.

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  • Soundbites and b-roll: UW Annual President's Address 2019

    October 16, 2019

    UW President Ana Mari Cauce delivered her annual address to the community Oct. 15 at wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House on the University of Washington campus.

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  • Soundbites & B-roll: Pop-up gallery portrays homelessness with animals

    澳门英皇appOctober 7, 2019

    The University of Washington Center for One Health Research will build “pop-up galleries” in public spaces around Seattle in October that will use autobiographical photographs taken by people experiencing homelessness with their companion animals. The photos will be accompanied by quotes from the participants about the challenges and the important bonds they share with their…

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  • Soundbites: UW convocation 2019

    September 23, 2019

    Convocation welcomes the entering class and officially marks the beginning of the academic year, with classes starting Sept. 25. More than 6,000 people were expected to attend this year’s event.

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  • Soundbites: 2019 move-in days for Huskies

    September 20, 2019

    moving students into residence halls

    The University of Washington is welcoming nearly 10,000 students who will live on campus this fall during Husky move-in days Sept. 18-20.

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  • Soundbites: UW hosts student robotics 'moon landing' challenge

    July 30, 2019

    Two fifth-grade boys from Forks, WA point out design elements of their LEGO lunar rover.

    A robotics challenge July 20th at the UW featured twenty-eight teams of middle and high schoolers from Forks to Walla Walla and from Bellingham to Olympia. The event marked a half-century since the Apollo 11 mission landed on the moon and two U.S. astronauts, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, walked its surface.

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  • B-roll: Middle school students study mechanics, gravity at UW engineering camp

    澳门英皇appJuly 11, 2019

    Who's in this photo (left to right): Favian Gil from Wapato, 8th grade (red shirt) Ivar Light from Burlington, 9th grade (sitting) UW mechanical engineering major Jocelyn Panchal Team "Vas"

    Sixty middle school students from all over Washington state came for a week-long camp on the UW campus in late June. The camp, which is part of the Early Learning Institute, culminated in a chance to improve the basic design of a toy-sized "gravity car."

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  • B-roll: Karen Fredriksen Goldsen and the GenPride Center

    June 24, 2019

    The GenPride Center is the first and only multipurpose LGBTQ senior center in Seattle and King County. It was founded by Karen Fredriksen Goldsen, a University of Washington professor of social work, with the goal of combating social isolation experienced by many LGBTQ older adults.

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  • Soundbites: UW Commencement 2019

    澳门英皇appJune 18, 2019

    澳门英皇appMore than 6,000 graduates attended the University of Washington's 144th commencement ceremonies held June 15 at Husky Stadium. UW President Ana Mari Cauce presided as nearly 13,795 degrees were conferred.

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  • Soundbites: Graham Pruss on vehicle residency

    澳门英皇appJune 4, 2019

    澳门英皇appGraham Pruss has been researching vehicle residency in Seattle for nearly a decade. He established the methodology for counting the vehicle-resident population for All Home’s annual point-in-time count, conducted on one night each January.

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  • Soundbites: UW marching band says thank you to Grant County

    澳门英皇appJune 4, 2019

    The Husky Marching Band returned to central Washington June 2 to say thank you to the Grant County community after a bus crash there last Thanksgiving.

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  • Soundbites: Engineering Discovery Days

    澳门英皇appApril 26, 2019

    Engineering Discovery Days is a yearly event that invites Washington state fourth- through eighth-graders to have fun leaning about STEM with the College of Engineering.

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  • Soundbites: UW Esports Arena & Gaming Lounge opens

    April 19, 2019

    The UW celebrated the opening of an esports center with a ribbon cutting ceremony April 18.

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  • Soundbites: UW Quad cherry blossoms reach peak bloom

    澳门英皇appMarch 29, 2019

    澳门英皇appUW arborist Sara Shores explains that the iconic cherry trees in the University of Washington’s Quad have reached peak bloom, and this weekend will be prime viewing to see the blossoms.

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  • Soundbites: Snow may have delayed some blooms for the first day of spring

    澳门英皇appMarch 20, 2019

    澳门英皇appThe first day of spring, when daylight hours begin to exceed nighttime hours, seems especially significant this year -- record warm temperatures in the Northwest are marking the change of seasons. But our blooms may be a couple weeks behind schedule after February’s snow and cold weather.

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