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HCDE senior Keting Cen is one of the eight UW students selected as a resident of Tune House, an off-campus house for women pursuing degrees in computer science or information technology.
HCDE celebrates Dr. David W. McDonald on his promotion to Professor from Associate Professor.
HCDE Professor Mark Haselkorn describes CoSSaR's latest efforts to improve Puget Sound's security, safety, and resilience, on the federal government's ISE blog.
Reuters ranks the University of Washington as the most innovative public university in the world (and fourth overall) thanks to our large amount of research awards; federal funding; and high numbers of students pursuing STEM degrees.
Fortune Magazine recently profiled HCDE Professor Beth Kolko on her work designing human-centered medical products.
HCDE Professor Sean Munson has received a Google Faculty Research Award for his proposal "Human-centered representations of uncertainty in everyday, mobile predictive systems."