The University of Washington is working with laborers in Whatcom and Skagit counties, Washington, to change the status quo.
For years, issues of taste, cost and convenience helped explain why the highest rates of poor nutrition are found among minorities and the working poor.
As a young teenager standing at the top of Mauna Kea, Hawaii’s tallest point, Keolu Fox experienced relativity for the first time: The Milky Way’s endless expanse stretched out overhead, a vision that not only humbled him but also changed his pe
Diversity training was the most important contributor to improving oncology surgeons’ ability to provide “culturally congruent” patient care, according to a University of Washington-led
Dr. Estell Williams walked around the tables and watched as each “student doctor” took their first attempt at applying a row of stitches to their “patient.” She stopped in front of Marlisa Hall, 15.
Women at the University of Washington's School of Pharmacy have for decades played a big role in creating opportunities that benefit today's students.