Anyone who is blind, partially-sighted or who works with the sight impaired is invited to “Evolution of the Sun for the Sight Impaired”, a special...More
From the Blogs
Choose 7 Perfect Students to blog on behalf of all of the Big U? Not our style. So we’ve linked to blogs from as many students, professors, researchers, and coaches as we could, and we're always looking for more. We even found a blogging Dawg. We present them to you unfiltered and unedited, because that’s how life is around here.
Observatory program for the sight-impaired
Objects and the Story of Life on Earth
How do we really know what happened before we were here?
Objects are the key to understanding the story of life on earth.Many of us have personal collections that remind us of the past - people, places,and experiences. At the Burke Museum, we care for 15 million objects (and counting!) in our natural and cultural collections.
We gather and hold these objects as a record of nature and culture – and use them to generate new knowledge and celebrate our shared...
In the Spotlight: Dr. Jill Purdy
Dr. Jill Purdy didn’t expect a steady stream of temp gigs to pave the way for a career spent studying – and teaching about – businesses and organizations. But, as she spent time in various administrative and secretarial jobs throughout high school and college, she found herself...More
Guest post by Claire Koerner, co-founder of nomON and Foster School class of 2014
nomON is a randomized food delivery app. Claire and the rest of the nomON team competed in the 2013 UW Business Plan Competition and made it into the Sweet 16 round. In this guest post, Claire reflects on the BPC experience and lessons learned.
Il Papa E Il Vaticano!
The day following the cooking class, our group embarked on an early morning visit (read: 8:30 AM) to and around the Vatican, a trip made ambitious by the gross amount of food that was still digesting in our ever-growing stomachs.
Upon our arrival at the Vatican, we waited in line for 45 minutes. It was not unlike we were entering a different country; not only was the line long (and it was more than four times longer when we were leaving later in the day) but the security was more...More
Roei Ganzarski named Global Business Advisory Board Chair
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New exhibits by the next generation of artists
Giving back: BEDC alumna Stacy Nagata
Corsi Di Cucina A Roma!
[WARNING: Kind of a long post, but I assure you it is worth it. Lots of words, even more pictures. I’ll try to give back the next 5-10 minutes of your life in some capacity down the road.]
[EDITOR'S NOTE: I have decided to push the Vatican post and...More
The Week Ahead @ the Henry
Happy Memorial Day, everyone! Here’s what’s happening this week at the Henry.
Wednesday, May 29th
12:-12:30 pm: Art Break! Join UW Exhibition Guide Corrie McQueen for a 30-minute tour through the galleries. All tours meet in the museum lobby.
Thursday, May 30th
7:00-8:30 pm: Join us for a screening of ...More