Mike Peringer

Mike Peringer (B.A., 1957) has a long list of impressive accomplishments to back up his well-deserved retirement fan fest at the Safeco Diamond Club next Thursday afternoon. The event includes a buffet luncheon, an all-star “roaster” (featuring dignitaries, colleagues, family…

Jillian Stampher (bottom row, second from right) with the other 2013 Olympia Program interns.

As the 4th annual Spring Fundraiser quickly approaches, we wanted to share a few stories about how the money raised at past auctions has helped students and their endeavors: The Olympia Legislative Reporting Internship Program gives practical training to students…

Fifteen years of research culminates in McChesney’s (’86 and ’89) new book

Alumnus Bob McChesney (B.A., 1986 and Ph.D., 1989), who was also inducted into the UW Communication Hall of Fame in 2010, has a new book out that is receiving national attention from scholars, tech-savvy individuals, and anyone concerned with the…

COM 597 student published in national science news digest

Brad Dickerson, a biology graduate student at the UW who is enrolled in COM 597, was published on Real Clear Science, a daily news portal for relevant science stories from around the globe. The special topics graduate class is focusing…

National Women’s Day celebrated by Women Who Rock

Children ran from their parents with glee and students took opportunities to learn as members of the community gathered for the 3rd annual Women Who Rock Festival on Saturday, March 9.  The event not only celebrates female cultural icons in…

Jim Riswold (B.A., 1983) joins legendary advertising geniuses in The One Club Creative Hall of Fame

As highlighted in the Perspectives Newsletter from the College of Arts and Sciences, alum Jim Riswold (BA, philosophy, communication, history, 1983) was inducted into The One Club Creative Hall of Fame in January that honors outstanding contributors to the field…

UW Debate Union hosts roundtable redefining cybercrime

More than 120 people attended a roundtable discussion on the legal implications of cybercrime on Monday, March 4, in Kane Hall. The event was put on by the Department of Communication’s new debate program, whose goal is to build and…

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