October 11, 2021

For the first time, a US President has recognized the observance, on Oct 11, of Indigenous People's Day. Read more

September 27, 2021

Still learning the ins and outs of the UW campus? Check out this virtual walking tour of the Indigenous presence on campus, courtesy of recent...Read more

September 20, 2021

Ever wonder whether video games could be useful teaching tools? Read how Professor Adam Clulow (University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts) achieved...Read more

September 03, 2021

Through the study of dialects, Elijah Pasco has combined his love of linguistics and theater.Read more

August 16, 2021

In response to the increased spread of coronavirus, the University is reinstating an indoor mask mandate for all individuals, regardless of vaccination status. Read more...Read more

August 12, 2021

Proposed budget calls for $10.05 million increase over current appropriation. Read more here.Read more

July 14, 2021

Governor J.B. Pritzker has signed the Teaching Equitable Asian American History (TEAACH) Act into law, requiring instruction of Asian American History in Illinois public schools.Read more

June 17, 2021

Juneteenth has become the newest US federal holiday - learn here about this celebration in honor of the end of slavery in America.Read more

June 02, 2021

Read up on how student athlete Maria Bogomolova came to match her love of volleyball with a passion for Ancient Greek and Roman Studies. Read more

May 12, 2021

UW Linguistics alum Stanley Sakai explains what transcription technologies lose in translation and why professional stenography remains integral to the legal and hearing-accessibility realms.Read more