of the University of Washington
College of Arts and Sciences
from the Dean
Two: Returning to School for a Second Career
A surprising number of students come to the UW to prepare
for a second career. They've switched from computing to drama, from medicine
to English, from firefighting to teaching. Their reasons vary, but at
some point each asked, "What do I want to do with the rest of my
Lesson in Leadership
Through the Center for Women + Democracy's NEW Leadership Institute, 45
students met with Northwest women leaders to discuss many aspects--both
professional and personal--of leadership.
Home: The Burke Museum Returns Artifacts to Northwest Tribes
Staff at the Burke Museum have spent thousands
of hours--about 43,000 so far--preparing to repatriate artifacts from
its collection to Northwest tribes.
Gift to the College: A Horseshoe Nail?
Retired engineer Larry Roseman, who has taken 60 courses at the UW through
the Access Program, has found a way to give back to the University.
Empire Creates a Stir
Michael Hardt, '90, is co-author of Empire, a book about globalization
that has earned rave reviews--and big sales.
Long Wait, But Worth It
At age 82, Yuki Sato earned her BA from the UW--magna cum laude.
Now she plans to audit courses through the Access Program.
Piecing Together Silent Films
Whale of a Problem Lures Researchers
The Supreme Court in Flux--Always
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