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student using mousepad on laptop, which shows a zoom class on the screen Ann Frost on the Subtle Shifts in Teaching Spurred by COVID May 10, 2021
IPUMS Research Awards logo Article published by Xinguan Fan and Maria Vignau Loria wins 2021 IPUMS Global Health Research Award May 5, 2021
David Takeuchi in a read shirt against a bookshelf backdrop David Takeuchi's Long and Winding Road May 4, 2021
protest outside police precinct with demonstrators holding a yellow and black banner that reads "JUSTICE FOR DAUNTE WRIGHT" Alexes Harris: How pretext traffic stops fund police departments — and put Black drivers in danger Apr 19, 2021
Washington State’s Supreme Court Building, also known as the Temple of Justice, photographed on Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020, in Olympia, Wash. (Jovelle Tamayo for Crosscut) After Blake, will Washington state repay victims of the war on drugs? Apr 8, 2021
man walking along a sidewalk lined with tents in Seattle Study of Tent Cities in Seattle Show 50% Increase Since the Pandemic Apr 7, 2021
Mt Rainier through the trees UW Sociology ranks highly in US News’ ‘Best Graduate School’ lists Mar 29, 2021
Mary and Antonio Aramburu in Federal Way with their seven children How the pandemic has changed Washington families for better, for worse … forever? Mar 13, 2021
portraid photo David Takeuchi Takeuchi Tracking Anti-Asian Racism During Pandemic Mar 12, 2021
Chris Hess portrait Chris Hess collaboration with The Equity Lab shakes up admissions by immersing low-income students in Ivy League courses Mar 8, 2021
Steven Long and his attorney Ali Bilow after a State Court of Appeals hearing in Seattle on Nov. 7, 2019. Long took the city of Seattle to court when the truck he was living in was impounded. His case is now before the Washington state Supreme Court. Alexes Harris: Fines and fees are a pound of flesh for poor people Mar 1, 2021
Book cover that shows a person standing on a field next to a large measurement ruler: The Quantified Self by Debora Lupton Spring 2021: SOC 301 "The Quantified Self" approved for students minoring in Data Science Feb 16, 2021
Community members hold a press conference addressing an upcoming Seattle City Council vote on an agreement between the Seattle Police Officers Guild and the city of Seattle at City Hall, Nov. 13, 2018. Podcast | When defunding the police meets Seattle’s political reality Jan 28, 2021
Bushes and trees cover a walkway outside Mary Gates Hall Police contact at a young age leads to different outcomes for Black youth Jan 22, 2021
portrait of Yuan Hsiao against a light gray background From Sociology to Communication, Through the Study of Politics: Q&A With Yuan Hsiao Jan 19, 2021
phone screen with a dating profile on it and a thumb about to swipe left or right Can You Find True, Lasting Love on Tinder? Study Finds It's Possible Jan 7, 2021
Portrait of Bob Crutchfield Bob Crutchfield's Community Engagement During Retirement Dec 21, 2020
Cop Budgets Benefit from Cannabis Legalization, Sparking Backlash in 'Defund the Police' Era Dec 16, 2020
Katherine Beckett portrait against green background In a time of isolation, finding communion Dec 15, 2020
police car lights flashing red and blue Early police stops had long-term consequences for Seattle’s Black youth, UW research shows Dec 2, 2020
close up of census form The 2020 census: deadlines, politics and what may come next Nov 19, 2020
The Criminal Legal System as a Social Problem Nov 12, 2020
young woman typing at her laptop near a window Teaching and Learning During COVID-19 Oct 7, 2020
Q&A: Alexes Harris on defunding police, racial disparities in criminal justice Sep 28, 2020
portrait of Patricia Louie Meet our new Assistant Professor, Patricia Louie Sep 23, 2020

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