Home

News

Researchers investigating brain trauma treatment

UW Professor of Surgery and Chief of Trauma at Harborview Medical Center Eileen Bulger will be the local lead investigator for an upcoming nationwide study on the effectiveness of tranexamic acid on survival and recovery after traumatic head injuries.

The UW joins an alliance to save lives with naloxone

The UW recently formed an informal alliance with Kelley-Ross Pharmacy, and Public Health — Seattle & King County to provide naloxone to anyone who is at risk of having or witnessing an opioid overdose.

UW students, alumni share their voice for events in Gaza

UW students and alumni participated in a series of protests in Seattle Center against Israel’s recent military operations in Gaza, and organized a separate demonstration and fundraising event to express their concern for Middle Eastern affairs Saturday, July 26.

On Saturday afternoon, over 1,500 people participated in “A demonstration for Palestine,” a series of peaceful protest events organized by Tacoma Community College alumnus Mahmood Abusamha. 

Violent felon arrested after U-District kidnapping

Seattle Police arrested a man in Capitol Hill on Tuesday afternoon for his involvement in a kidnapping and assault in the U-District earlier that morning.

UW alumnus develops iPhone tripod to bring everyone into picture

UW alumnus Garett Ochs started a Kickstarter campaign July 21 in hopes of raising $25,000 to fund a new phone tripod, called CaseCam.

New bridge design brings higher earthquake resistance, lower cost, and less construction time

Researchers recently developed a bridge design to improve earthquake resistance, reduce construction costs, and speed up construction processes.

UW-led traffic safety research receives $5.2 million grant

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) recently awarded a $5.2 million grant to the Pacific Northwest Transportation Consortium (PacTrans) for multi-university research in traffic safety, led by the UW.

Police investigating after burglary north of campus

The Seattle Police Department (SPD) is investigating after a residential burglary in the U-District early Friday morning.

Woman arrested for condo break-in

A 27-year-old woman was arrested and booked into the King County Jail on July 9, after a couple returned to their U-District condo to find it had been ransacked.

Take the UW out to the ball game

Though there was at least one Cougar fan booing in the audience, UW students, faculty, and staff enjoyed a warm night out Saturday at Safeco Field’s UW Night.