How does a farmer’s son end up running one of the nation’s top utility companies? John Rowe attributes his success to working hard, taking chances and heeding lessons from history.
After discovering a passion for computer architecture while an undergrad at UW, Sinclair returns to campus to teach in the Department of Computer Sciences.
He joins the Department of Statistics, with a research focus at the intersection of numerical optimization and statistical estimation.
She joins the English Department as one of four new scholars of Global Black Studies.
He brings to the Department of Sociology a focus on how punishment causes and is caused by racial and economic stratification.
He brings interests in math and machine learning to the Department of Statistics.
A traditional Danish concept is giving Americans the warm fuzzies. But a Scandinavian Studies professor warns we might be missing the true essence of hygge.
She joins the American Indian Studies Program with a focus on contemporary communities.
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