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School of Pharmacy 2024 Nudelman Lecture

UW School of Pharmacy presents the annual Phil and Sandra Nudelman Endowed Lecture. You may attend either in-person or virtually.

Posted: February 20, 2024 by: Sarita Thayil

Birthing Justice: Every Woman Deserves a Beautiful Birth Story

UW Libraries recently added a documentary to their collection examining Black maternal health disparities.

Posted: February 15, 2024 by: Sarita Thayil

Light therapy lamps now available at Health Sciences Library

Feeling the effects of Seattle’s gloomy winters? Check out one of our light therapy lamps for in-library use.

Posted: February 14, 2024 by: Michael Moore

UW Research: A Year of Open Data with Dryad

UW Libraries is happy to announce the one-year anniversary of its membership with the data repository Dryad!

Posted: February 10, 2024 by: Sarita Thayil

Global Mental Health Speakers Series Thursday, February 15th

A panel discussion between five experts about the impacts of climate change on human well being across the globe.

Posted: February 6, 2024 by: Sarita Thayil

Program Opportunity: “Laboring with Hope” to Improve Awareness of Maternal Health Disparities

Laboring with Hope is a short documentary that addresses the national maternal mortality crisis among Black women.

Posted: February 5, 2024 by: Sarita Thayil

UW Libraries February Update 2024

Don’t forget to make room for the fun and fascinating this February.

Posted: January 31, 2024 by: Sarita Thayil

Scholars’ Studio February 29th, 2024

Scholars’ Studio is a fun, informal event featuring 10 rapid-fire ignite-style presentations given by graduate students and postdocs doing research on topics related to an interdisciplinary theme.

Posted: January 31, 2024 by: Sarita Thayil

UW Libraries February Update 2024

Don’t forget to make room for the fun and fascinating this February.

Posted: January 31, 2024 by: Sarita Thayil

Celebrating MLK

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. day, UW Libraries encourages you to explore resources within our collections and across campus that reflect Dr. King’s work and collective efforts to combat racism, inequality, and injustice in our community and beyond.

Posted: January 16, 2024 by: Sarita Thayil