Newsletter of the University of Washington
College of Arts and Sciences
from the Dean
Three Routes Back to Arts & Sciences
Three alumni describe how they have reconnected with
the College, decades after graduating.
The World According to Nanometers
Scientists at the Center for Nanotechnology are asking big questions
using technology that allows them to study at the smallest scale.
Trisha Brown, in Stereo
Choreographer Trisha Brown is the focus of a series of coordinated
events on campus this spring, including an exhibition, lectures,
performances, and master classes.
Lessons from the Holocaust
New courses in the Department of History explore the tragedy
of the Holocaust.
Staging a Tragedy
In a course offered by the Department of Classics and School
of Drama, students study Euripides' Helen--and then perform
The Rhythms of Ghana
A new program in Ghana combines courses, frequent field trips,
and independent research to introduce students to the complexities
of Ghanaian society.
A Passion for Things Ancient
UW senior Allyssa Lamb has been fascinated with the ancient
world since age eight. Now she's heading to Oxford to study Egyptology
as a 2004 Rhodes Scholar.
Marshall Scholar's Focus: Poverty Here and Abroad
Jennifer Devine, 2004 Marshall Scholar, explores issues of poverty
in her coursework, as a research assistant, and through her travels.
Searching for Clues at Tel Dor
Deja Vu for Salmon?
Awards and Honors
Perspectives - Editor: Nancy Joseph
University of Washington, College of Arts and Sciences
Box 353765, Seattle, WA 98195-3765
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