HCDE Professor Beth Kolko was featured in a Seattle Times article about the contributions high-tech Washington innovators are making in the field of global health. “Just because it’s a medical device doesn’t mean you can’t still delight the consumer,” Kolko says.
HCDE PhD student Andrew Berry attended Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare and the American Medical Informatics Association annual conference from November 16-20 in Washington, D.C. He wrote about his experience and the trends in health information technology design. Read More »
HCDE alumnus and good friend James Prekeges has offered to create the David Farkas Endowment Fund to honor Farkas’s legacy. Prekeges has generously offered to donate $15,000 if HCDE can raise $15,000. The money raised will support HCDE undergraduate students with financial need. Read More »
Julie Kientz, HCDE Assistant Professor, is the featured faculty in this month's UW Alumni Association magazine, Columns. Read about Julie's groundbreaking work using technology to aid in healthy sleeping patterns.
HCDE Professors Mark Haselkorn and Mark Zachry, and Senior Research Scientist Keith Butler have been awarded federal funding to research and analyze how Puget Sound agencies contribute to Maritime Security. Read More »
Cecilia Aragon and her UW collaborators have received a five year $37,800,000 data science award to continue work in relationships and collaborations between data science and science using an ethnographic approach. Read More »
HCDE Professor Beth Kolko gave the plenary address at InfoCamp Seattle on October 13, 2013. This annual two-day unconforence attracts students and professionals to discuss current industry trends and network within the community. Read More »
HCDE Professor and Chair Jan Spyridakis is the co-PI on an NSF award to create an online, open source toolkit to promote the advancement of women and underrepresented faculty in STEM departments across the nation. Read More »
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