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Steve Calandrillo receives UW Distinguished Teaching Award

"My teaching philosophy is simple: students first."

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Steve Calandrillo receives UW Distinguished Teaching Award

"My teaching philosophy is simple: students first."

International Human Rights Clinic: Making the fight for justice visible

This year, students in the International Human Rights Clinic had the unique opportunity to participate in the U.S hearings at the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights.

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International Human Rights Clinic: Making the fight for justice visible

This year, students in the International Human Rights Clinic had the unique opportunity to participate in the U.S hearings at the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights.

2017 PILA grants allow students to pursue passion in public interest

The Public Interest Law Association (PILA) awarded 28 grants to fund unpaid, public interest internships this summer. Since 1995, PILA has provided well over a million dollars in grant funds.

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2017 PILA grants allow students to pursue passion in public interest

The Public Interest Law Association (PILA) awarded 28 grants to fund unpaid, public interest internships this summer. Since 1995, PILA has provided well over a million dollars in grant funds.

Meet the Gates Scholars: Karla Davis

Public service is community. It’s the idea of seeing a problem and taking it upon yourself to be part of the solution with whatever means you may have at your disposal, whether time, money, or effort.

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Meet the Gates Scholars: Karla Davis

Public service is community. It’s the idea of seeing a problem and taking it upon yourself to be part of the solution with whatever means you may have at your disposal, whether time, money, or effort.

Kids, parents alike worried about privacy with internet-connected toys

As Wi-Fi-enabled toys compete for attention in the home, a new analysis finds that kids are unaware of their toys’ capabilities, and parents have numerous privacy concerns.

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Kids, parents alike worried about privacy with internet-connected toys

As Wi-Fi-enabled toys compete for attention in the home, a new analysis finds that kids are unaware of their toys’ capabilities, and parents have numerous privacy concerns.

Anita K. Krug named interim Toni Rembe Dean

“Working closely with our accomplished faculty, dedicated staff and talented students, I will do all I can to further the school’s leadership in visionary teaching, scholarly impact, principled advocacy and effective public service.”

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Anita K. Krug named interim Toni Rembe Dean

“Working closely with our accomplished faculty, dedicated staff and talented students, I will do all I can to further the school’s leadership in visionary teaching, scholarly impact, principled advocacy and effective public service.”

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