A new mapping tool developed by the UW department of environmental & occupational health sciences (DEOHS) will be used to help set up COVID-19 vaccination clinics in parts of Seattle that are medically underserved, according to a UW press release.
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UW Medicine has stopped the scheduling of appointments for the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, with no current timeline in place to resume, according to Susan Gregg, director of media relations for UW Medicine. Patients currently awaiting their second dose of the vaccine will also wait u…
UW President Ana Mari Cauce held a public forum at the ASUW Student Senate meeting Tuesday where she discussed possible expansions of remote learning technologies and accessibility, including options for lecture capture and disability accommodations.
Dr. Ben Danielson, who joined UW Medicine last month following his resignation as medical director of the Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic after alleging racism from Seattle Children’s Hospital leadership, gave a speech on anti-racism and health equity in honor of Black History Month Monday.
The Universal Student U-PASS Advisory Board (UPASSAB) voted Wednesday to continue the suspension of the U-PASS public transit program for spring quarter.
Any of the dozens of students who participated in a party north of campus over the weekend are barred from attending an in-person class or any university activity through the end of the month unless they take a COVID-19 test, the UW announced Thursday.
Judy Nicastro, a UW alum and former ASUW president, has helped develop “ifUiWill,” a free social app that helps connect people to communities through engaging challenges and shared goals.
The UW is set to receive nearly $60 million after Congress passed a coronavirus relief bill in December, providing additional funding to the Department of Education for its Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (aka HEERF II), according to vice provost for planning & budgeting Sarah Nor…
In late January, the UW School of Nursing created the Interprofessional Vaccine Boot Camp, a program in which health science students are trained to properly administer COVID-19 vaccinations.
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