Seattle Cancer Patients Likely Exposed To Tuberculosis By Health Care WorkerThe worker was exposed to patients at University of Washington Medical Center and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance between February and July.
UW Professor Faces Discipline For Violating Sexual Harassment PoliciesDr. Michael Katze demanded and received sexual favors from an employee in his lab
UW To Host White House Workshop On Artificial IntelligenceThe University of Washington will be hosting the first of four White House Office of Science and Technology Policy workshops on artificial intelligence.
Best Places To See Spring Flowers In SeattleWhen the long damp winter gives way to spring, the city of Seattle bursts into the colors of the rainbow. Blooming trees bring the color skyward, tulips bring spring to the ground level, and the forsythia brightens up the garden. All this color is highlighted against the deep greens of native Douglas Fir, Hemlock, and Western Cedar trees.
UW Considers Hosting Homeless Camp Following 2 Other SchoolsUniversity officials say they were inspired to consider the idea of hosting a homeless camp on campus after a recent homeless count found more people are without a home in King County.
Gonzaga To Host 60 UW Medical Students This FallThe deal allows the University of Washington School of Medicine to expand its medical education program in Spokane
University Of Washington Names PresidentThe University of Washington Board of Regents on Tuesday chose Ana Mari Cauce to be the school's next president
After Protests, UW Decides To Follow Seattle $15 Wage LawAfter protests and questions about whether the University of Washington would be required to follow Seattle's $15 minimum wage law, the university has decided company.
Pac-12 Announces Game Times and Dates for 2015-16 SeasonThe Pac-12 Conference announced the television broadcast schedule and start times for the entire 2015-16 men’s basketball season on Thursday.
Petersen Starts Second Year At Washington With Questions At QBBetween now and Sept. 4, Petersen and the Huskies have plenty of questions to answer
Huskies' Chris Petersen Not Looking Forward To Boise ReturnPetersen's return to Boise is one of the biggest stories of the first week of the college football season
Study: Men Overcompensate When They Feel Masculinity Is ThreatenedA recent study from the University of Washington finds that men overcompensate when they feel their masculinity is threatened.