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While many are falling over themselves in love during the spring, a new study has found that divorce filings spike seasonally, too. Featured on Bustle 
Everyone dies eventually, but our social media accounts often live on — which presents interesting and unprecedented consequences for the grieving process. Featured on Bustle 
Beyond the obvious gimmick, "Married at First Sight" gives a fascinating glimpse into the anatomy of human romance. Featured on 
Relationship experts, including UW professor of sociology Pepper Schwartz, beg you to stop thinking these thoughts. Featured on 
Filings for divorce spike twice a year, in March and August, according to a new UW study. Featured on 
Marriage therapists beg you to stop thinking these thoughts. Featured on The Huffington Post 
Like the wall Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump wants to build along the United States-Mexico border, this election cycle is dividing couples up in a major way. Featured on Huffington Post 
Are police making too many stops for minor issues, and could the number of violent confrontations between police and civilians be reduced by reducing the number of confrontations over all? Featured on The New Yorker 
Beckett elected to WSAS
The Washington State Academy of Sciences (WSAS) announced the election of 24 new members in recognition of their outstanding record of scientific achievement and willingness to work on behalf of the Academy in bringing the best available science to bear on issues within the State of Washington.   Katherine Beckett was among the new members to be inducted into the WSAS at their 9th Annual Meeting... Read more
New research debunks the sexist stereotype that women grow bitter and jaded after separating from their husbands. Featured on Salon