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Car buying and the supply chain

In this KIRO 7 News story , Dr. Surya Pathak talks with reporter Deedee Sun about the microchip shortage and how it is affecting the car buying process.

November 4, 2022

Equity, inclusion and antiracism in museums

Priya Frank, 2011 alumna of the MACS program and 2020 alumna of the year, is now also an editor. In this KING 5 New Day NW story, she talks with host Amity Addrisi about “From Small Wins to Sweeping Change,” a book that amplifies BIPOC voices from museums across the country. The segment begins at 4:25.

October 28, 2022

Saving salmon, one mural at a time

Restoring salmon in local creeks requires educating the community on their whereabouts. In this story [], The Seattle Times reports on high school senior Austin Picinich’s mural project that was informed by the work of Dr. Jeff Jensen, teaching professor in the School of STEM.

September 30, 2022

Grappling with impacts to student grades

Reporters look into long-lasting effects the pandemic has on learning and grades across several Puget Sound school districts. And while student engagement is improving, “there is a ways to go.” Wayne Au, professor and interim dean in the School of Educational Studies, is quoted.

September 4, 2022

Wildfire smoke is here to stay

August and September in the Pacific Northwest now come with a reliable risk of wildfire smoke cause our our health — physical and mental — to suffer. But local governments are still working out how to protect people from this polluted air. Dan Jaffe, professor and chair in the School of STEM, is quoted.

September 4, 2022

Fight the Power: Meet social justice activist Wayne Au

Wayne Au’s commitment to social justice has become an integral part of his identity. A professor of Education and interim dean of the School of Educational Studies at UW Bothell , Au is recognized nationally as a scholar of educational equity and as an outspoken advocate for actively anti-racist teaching.

August 22, 2022

Mental health matters

Suicide is the second-highest leading cause of death for people ages 10 to 24. This KING 5 story reports on the program developed by the School of Nursing & Health Studies and Verdant Health Commission to train students and teens to provide mental health support for their peers.

August 19, 2022

A garment unveils an identity

A chador garment worn by some Muslim women is usually black. That of Anida Yoeu Ali, senior artist-in-residence, is red and sparkly. In this inaugural segment of KUOW’s podcast The Blue Suit, award-winning poet Shin Yu Pai explores Ali’s identity inside and outside The Red Chador.

July 29, 2022

Justice for missing Indigenous women

IAS Alum Abigail Echo-Hawk is on a mission to bring awareness to the plight of Indigenous women and girls who go missing and are murdered. “We need the same efforts happening for everybody regardless of race or ethnicity,” she told King 5 news.

December 9, 2021