Connecting Students to Arts and Sciences
While A&S advisers guide students through the UW's myriad offerings, they also work with faculty on curriculum planning, create opportunities for alums to talk with current students, and more. Related stories: Career Discovery Week | Advisory Group of A&S Advisers
More Than Math
During the Summer Institute for Mathematics at the UW, high school students spend six weeks exploring math topics with UW faculty and like-minded peers.
It doesn't look like much, but Athena is currently the most powerful computer on the UW campus, helping scientists tackle fundamental questions about our universe.
Not Your Usual Camp
At the Speech and Hearing Clinic's Communication Camp, children work on their communication skills with the assistance of graduate students, who gain valuable clinical experience.
Montgomery, Meet MacArthur
David Montgomery, professor of Earth and space sciences, was named a MacArthur Fellow in September 2008, for contributions to understanding how soil and rivers shape civilization.
Getting on Board Washington Bus
Josh Johnston ('03) and a group of friends founded The Washington Bus as a way to involve young people in politics.
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