Treasure trove of restricted social science data now available to Pacific Northwest researchers

 

By Molly McElroy

UW News and Information

Mark Ellis, a geography professor at the University of Washington, uses non-public data collected by the government to study immigration and unemployment patterns. But since the data are confidential and access to them is restricted, Ellis can’t just have the records sent to him or access Click to Read More

Geography Undergraduates Win Academic Honors

Congratulations to our students for some stellar academic achievements:

Helen Olsen, Mary Gates Research Scholar, for her project  ”Examining Zones of Encounter and Sites of Governance: The Middle Class Poverty Projection”. Helen also received a Mary Gates Leadership Scholarship for her project, “Caring Across Distance: Working with the Critical Development Forum.”

Mollie Holmberg, Mary Click to Read More

Reel To Real Film Series: Slum Survivors

Most slum dwellers never finish school and end up trapped in poverty

Reel to Real Cities, Health, and Environment

Department of Geography, Undergraduate Program Film Series

An informal film series to encourage dialogue and debate.

Join us!  All events are open to the community.

Tuesday January 18:

Slum Click to Read More