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Hamilton Cover Making Money:  How Taiwanese Industrialists Embraced the Global Economy.  Written by Emeritus Professor Gary Hamilton and Cheng-Shu Kao Nov 22, 2017
CapeTown UW brings the Data Revolution to the International Population Conference in Cape Town Nov 8, 2017
Children Ande Reisman's Dispatch from the Field:  Liminal in Nepal Nov 6, 2017
Kashima Adjunct Professor Tetsuden Kashima honored with Imperial Decorations by the Government of Japan Nov 3, 2017
air pollution Sociology led team reveals how air pollution impacts mental health Nov 3, 2017
How air pollution clouds mental health Nov 2, 2017
Luther On the Quincentennial of Luther's 95 theses, Steve Pfaff discusses how Luther's spiritual practice helped spread the Reformation. Oct 30, 2017
Twitter immigration collage Using a clever design and twitter data, Flores' research reveals how anti-immigration laws embolden those with anti-immigrant sentiments.   Oct 23, 2017
Using Facebook data as a real-time census Oct 16, 2017
An American Sickness An American Sickness by Elisabeth Rosenthal.  Recommended to us by Donna Shalala Oct 15, 2017
Emilio Zagheni Emilio Zagheni's work leverages Facebook advertising data to estimate migrant populations Oct 12, 2017
Tolnay Retirement Tolnay Symposium and Reception: Program of Events Oct 3, 2017
Tolnay Retirement An Appreciation of Stew Tolnay, Written by María Vignau Loría  Oct 2, 2017
Dreamland Dreamland by Sam Quinones.  Recommended by Stew Tolnay Sep 23, 2017
The Righteous Mind The Righteous Mind by Jonathan Haidt.  Recommended by Edgar Kiser Sep 23, 2017
Modern Romance Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari and Eric Klinenberg.  Recommended by Steve Karceski Sep 23, 2017
Just Mercy Cover Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson.  Recommended by Katherine Beckett Sep 23, 2017
Pettinicchio David Pettinicchio (PhD 2012) and Michelle Maroto (PhD 2012) examine employment discrimination against persons with disabilities Sep 21, 2017
No Jargon No Jargon:  René Flores discusses immigration and the 2016 Presidential Election with Theda Skocpol. Sep 21, 2017
LaValle The Ballad of Black Tom by Victor LaValle.  Recommended by Steve Pfaff Sep 20, 2017
Changing the Game Sep 12, 2017
Cesare Miscarriage NPR highlights Nina Cesare's research on how people discuss miscarriages on Twitter Aug 28, 2017
NSF logo NSF funds three faculty-led projects on the social opportunities and challenges of the growth of digital data and technologies Aug 25, 2017
Q & A: Sarah Quinn lifts the curtain on the 'hidden state' Aug 22, 2017
Government Building Sarah Quinn discusses her award winning research on 'the hidden state' with UW News.  Aug 17, 2017


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