Midsummer in Full Swing, A July Recap

Midsummer in Full Swing, A July Recap

A collage of July’s news banners.

While we are in the midst of a beautiful summer, things at the University of Washington and at Urban@UW are moving right along. We’ve seen some original writing, research, and even a podcast come out of community covering topics from marine noise pollution to data science and minimum wage to police reforms.

The eScience Institute hosts Data Science for Social Good program looking at how data can be leveraged pressing urban...

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Looking ahead to July, Recapping June

Looking ahead to July, Recapping June

Jeffrey Beal (Wikimedia), Public Domain, Impact Hub, USDA Images,

Looking forward into July - Unlikely Allies is coming to Seattle right after July 4th weekend.

Impact Hub Seattle is hosting the Unlikely Allies: Future of Cities Festival in partnership with the Impact Hub Company - the organization that coordinates the network’s 89 locations worldwide. More than 200 delegates from 70 cities will be joining us for this exciting event!

Unlikely Allies is a two-day festival that takes place in...

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Quick Recap: Here’s What Happened in May!

Quick Recap: Here’s What Happened in May!

UW Today, Integrated Design Lab, Flickr, Wikimedia

May saw a lot of wonderful events, visitors, and research coming out of the University of Washington community. Here’s a quick recap:

The CBE PhD Program looked at the future of citiesPatricia Romero Lankao visited to talk about the human dimension of climate change Seattle’s “diverse neighborhoods” are actually surprisingly segregatedNew lighting research and design initiatives are underway for the UW campus Alexes Harris showed the severe handicap of...

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