While American physicians have ready access to medication to help their cancer patients, their counterparts in many countries do not. UW experts are leading a global effort to recognize pain relief as a human right.
Some people call him Mo. Others call him Mo Speed.
International students down on the farm for the first time.
Chancellor forges new ties in China.
The UW’s student hip hop ensemble is picked for an elite project.
Researchers develop system to warn of volcanic threats to aviation.
Before Jane Goodall and Dian Fossey, there was George Schaller MS’57, PhD’62, whose crusade to protect the world’s most beautiful and endangered animals has taken him to the globe’s most remote regions.
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UW offers students choices that span the globe.
Students reach out to help a small island in east Africa.
From Babcock Hall to Africa, a love of cheese yields friendship.
Everett Potter ’76 has the kind of job that most people only dream of.
For two alumni, the Peace Corps provided lessons in sustainability.
UW scientists look for answers in the ice.
Today’s students know that by graduation, their portfolios of knowledge and skills need to include global competence. But the UW, along with its peers, is grappling to define what that means, exactly, and why in the world it matters.
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