Biology doctoral student Rochelle Kelly thinks she’s found a “bachelor pad” of bats. Are bat man-caves just called bat caves, then?
Keolu Fox and Kate West, two UW Ph.D. students, are fighting “helicopter research,” researchers coming in, taking data, and leaving, with no concern about the community.
Allawatt is helping develop a cleaner cookstove for developing countries. Read how he doesn’t just study theory, he impacts people.
College of Education Ph.D. candidate Christine Tran is “hungry for change.”
Recent graduate Ariane Gauvreau, Ph.D. ’15, finds innovative ways to improve communication for children with disabilities.
Grad student Heather Fowler works as a volunteer veterinarian for pets of homeless people. Read how her research interests inform her volunteer work.
Data Science for Social Good paired data scientists with 16 UW graduate and undergraduate students to work on projects to reduce homelessness, foster community well-being and map better sidewalk routes for people with mobility challenges.