The Allen School offers a variety of opportunities for the broader UW community, industry leaders, and members of the public to learn about our research activities, faculty and student achievements, and noteworthy developments in the field of computing. Explore the ways in which you can connect with the Allen School:
Visit our blog for the latest news on Allen School research, honors and awards, and outreach activities, along with feature stories highlighting individual students, faculty, and labs.
The UW News Office and the Allen School regularly produce stories about our research impact as well as major faculty and student honors that are of interest to a broad audience, and our work is regularly featured in local, national, and international media outlets. For a sampling of past media coverage featuring our research, a rundown of selected articles is available on our "In the News" page.
Most Significant Bits is the newsletter of the Paul G. Allen School. Each issue, which is available in hard copy and online, features in-depth stories about new initiatives and research activities, and highlights the latest achievements of our students, faculty and alumni.
The Allen School's Distinguished Lecture Series features luminaries from the world of science and technology sharing their insights into future directions of research and what it means to the field of computing and to our society. Members of the UW community and the public are welcome! We also live-stream the events on YouTube.
Each year, the Allen School welcomes researchers from computer science programs around the world to share their latest research with interested faculty and students. Use our YouTube Channel to find live and archived colloquia video on-line. Use our colloquia search to find past colloquia.