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March 10, 2020
Here are the Zoom Instructor and Host guides.  Instructor Guide (docx) Host Guide (docx) Tools and tips for instructors and TAs (pdf) To check if the Zoom website is down, check this website: ... Read more
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March 6, 2020
**UPDATE: The April 6 graduate seminar with Professor Shulman has been postponed until spring 2021.** In light of Governor Jay Inslee's announcement requiring the University of Washington, and all higher education institutions in the state, to discontinue in-person instruction through April 24 and public health advisories on social distancing, the Professor Shulman graduate seminar has been postponed until Spring 2021.
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February 6, 2020
This three-week exploration seminar, entitled Green Building in the Global South, will be held in summer 2020 and is open to students in any field with an interest in engineering, construction and/or environmentally-sustainable development.  There is no language requirement, but students will have the opportunity to take a two-week, pre-departure Indonesian language course.
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February 4, 2020
The East Asia Library will be renamed the Atsuhiko and Ina Goodwin Tateuchi Library in recognition of a $6 million gift to the library.... Read more
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February 3, 2020
Recent books by faculty in Cinema and Media Studies, Asian Languages and Literature, and the Jackson School have received high praise and won multiple awards. Featured on UW News 
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January 17, 2020
Take a break from studying for midterms with these great opportunities from ArtsUW.... Read more
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December 12, 2019
March 7th, 2020 (Saturday) 9:00am - 3:30pm | Simpson Center for the Humanities, 206 CMU, University of Washington This is a one-day forum which brings together stake-holders responsible for raising multilingual citizens - parents, educators, researchers, administrators and the community - to learn what we have found, share our successful experiences, discuss our challenges, and explore paths forward. Printable Flyer... Read more
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November 15, 2019
Through the Early Buddhist Manuscripts Project, led by UW professor emeritus Richard Salomon, scholars study the oldest known Buddhist texts to understand how Buddhism developed and spread. Featured on Humanities magazine 
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November 15, 2019
Professor Emeritus Richard Salomon was recently interviewed by the National Endowment for the Humanities about new developments in the digitization of the Gandharan scrolls, and the Early Buddhist Manuscript Project.  https://www.neh.gov/article/early-buddhist-manuscripts
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November 4, 2019
Isioma (“Isy”) Okafor, a graduate from a UW MA program in materials science & engineering, was recently awarded the prestigious Blakemore Freeman Fellowship to study Korean in Busan, South Korea. Isy pursued her language learning passion by studying Korean with Professor EunYoung Won - while simultaneously finishing her MA degree! Isy said: "I found a very strong support group in my Korean class. I went into this thinking I would be taking... Read more

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