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Connect with the UW community every week through public events and exhibitions! This week you can attend gallery exhibitions and watch recorded events.Connect with the campus while enjoying summer vacation UW live webcam Of Red Square and Quad.
Many of these online opportunities are streamed through Zoom. All UW faculty, staff, and students ZoomPro via UW-IT..
Teacher Seminar: Conversation with Samuel Wasser, a protected dog
September 14th 1: 00-2: 00 PM | online
Conservation dogs, a program of the Center for Conservation Biology, was launched in 1997 as a way to take advantage of the odor training methods used by detection dogs to study wildlife dung. Dogs were primarily trained to find scat samples, but training techniques are now being applied to invisible substances such as polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs).Join Samuel Wasser, Professor of UW Biology Research and Director of the Center for Conservation Biology, For a conversation about the group behind the canines.
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Until October 2021 | Henry Art Gallery
Hostile Terrain 94 (HT94) Undocumented migration project (UMP) And overseen by UCLA anthropologist Jason Deleon. The installation has occurred in more than 130 cities around the world, focusing on deaths that have occurred almost every day since 1994 as a direct result of border guard policies known as “prevention,” the US-Mexico border. The purpose is to raise awareness of the reality of. Through deterrence “(PTD). The HT94 is achieved with the help of local volunteers who record their name (if known), age, gender, cause of death, physical condition, and where each person’s toe tag is recovered. These tags are pinned to the exact location on the map where their debris was found. The physical act of writing out the names and information of the dead calls on participants to look back, witness, and solidarity with the dead and the surviving communities. This form of public mourning and mourning also opens up the opportunity to engage in lively conversations related to ongoing immigrant rights issues. The HT94 has a human impact on PTD policies and promotes both global and local discourse on migrant labor, detention, and other intersecting topics through joint programs with community partners.
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In my time
Looking for another way to connect to UW? Check out this recorded asynchronous content that you can access at any time.
KNKX’s virtual studio session with Mark Shields Group at Town Hall
KNKX has announced an exclusive livestreaming studio session hosted by the Marc Seales Group of the Forum at Seattle Town Hall on November 14th and KNKX Jazz Ambassador Abe Bison. Mark Shields, Professor of Music, Bassist participated, University of Washington Artist in Residence Steve Rodby, Guitarist Jesse Shields (Mark’s brother), drummer Alex Gayton. The show began with a question-and-answer session with Mark Abe, followed by a nearly 75-minute music set, and ended with a lively rendition of the Doobie Brothers’ Doobie It To The Street quartet.
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“You face failure every day as a writer,” he says. With the writer English and Film Studies Professor Shawn Wong.. In this broad conversation, Woncrack opens the door to a creative process, allowing us to understand the importance of expression in literature and why he teaches students to tell the truth, not the facts. ..
Engage in the arts of the University of Washington at your own time, from the comfort of your own home. The event archive provides the opportunity to see the latest virtual lectures and performances, as well as recent digital exhibitions. father, Access Arts UW Events To see everything that comes.
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