November 8, 2021 • Metro Magazine • by Alex Roman

King County Metro, MV Transportation Win Innovative Solutions Award for Accessibility

September 15, 2020 • The Urbanist • by Doug Trumm

City Launches “ADUniverse” Website for Pre-approved Backyard Cottage Designs

May 26, 2020 • SSRN • by Margot E. Young, Justin Choi, Kate Gotziaman, Hugh D. Spitzer, Greyson Blue, & Dylan Olson

Comparison of British Columbia and Washington State City Powers

May 18, 2020 • Baltimore Sun • by Jean Marbella

Study, providing lawyers for Baltimore tenants to fight eviction can save city and state money

May 8, 2020 • The Evictions Study • by Tim Thomas, Ian Kennedy, Alex Ramiller, Ott Toomet, & Jose Hernandez

Baltimore Eviction Map

February 10, 2020 • UW News • by Kim Eckart

UW study reveals gender, racial disparities in evictions

January 26, 2020 • K5 News • by Brittany Perry

Study - See which western Washington neighborhoods have a higher risk for evictions

January 2020 • Proceedings of the 2020 Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency • by Michael Katell et al.

Toward Situated Interventions for Algorithmic Equity - Lessons from the Field

October 16, 2019 • KOMO News • by Gabe Cohen

Washington to study tolling for low-income drivers, considers subsidizing rides

September 30, 2019 • Seattle Times • by Cascadia Innovation Corridor

Cross-border research tackles Northwest’s growing wildfire impacts

September 30, 2019 • UBC News • by Lou Corpuz-Bosshart

UBC study highlights need to improve health care access in Vancouver, Portland and Seattle

September 25, 2019 • Big Data & Society • by Meg Young, Michael Katell, P. M. Krafft

Municipal surveillance regulation and algorithmic accountability

August 4, 2019 • Seattle Times • by Melissa Hellmann

With AI and other tech, Anat Caspi focuses on helping people with disabilities

July 12, 2019 • Microsoft On the Issues • by John Kahan

New Cascadia Data Discovery Initiative accelerates health innovation

June 19, 2019 • UW News • by UW News staff

Partnerships for Impact - NSF Awards an additional $4M to the West Big Data Innovation Hub co-led by the UW eScience Institute

May 16, 2019 • eScience Institute News • by Tim Thomas

Evictions Project Impacts New State Legislation

May 15, 2019 • Seattle Times • by Joseph O’Sullivan

Washington state lawmakers move to address housing affordability and homelessness

May 14, 2019 • CSDE News & Events • by CSDE Research

Tim Thomas, Ott Toomet, and Ian Kennedy Help Shape Evictions Policy in Washington State

April 26, 2019 • Seattle Curbed • by Sarah Anne Lloyd

Sweeping eviction reform passes the Washington State Legislature

April 8, 2019 • Washington Post • by Robert McCartney

Amazon in Seattle - Economic godsend or self-centered behemoth?

March 4, 2019 • BusinessWire • by Tricia Bennett

New Research and Blueprint4SummerCO Fuel ReSchool’s Efforts to Address Disparities in Summer Learning for Denver Metro-Area Youth

February 21, 2019 • Seattle Times • by Bill Howe

Protect the public from bias in automated decision systems

February 13, 2019 • KOMO News • by Karina Mazhukhina

Evictions, rent spikes contribute to Washington's homelessness crisis, study finds

February 12, 2019 • Washington State Wire • by Sara Gentzler

House Democrats’ affordable-housing package

February 12, 2019 • Seattle Met • by Haley Gray

New Study Shows the Racial Impact of Washington’s Housing Crisis

February 7, 2019 • The Daily • by Emily Young

UW research shows women and racial minorities disproportionately face evictions in Washington state

February 7, 2019 • KUOW • by Sydney Brownstone

One in 11 black residents were evicted from the Seattle area since 2004, researchers say

January 20, 2019 • The News Tribune • by Shauna Sowersby

Evictions feed the cycle of homelessness, UW expert tells state lawmakers

January 26, 2019 • TVW • by Tim Thomas

Senate Housing Stability & Affordability Committee Testimony

January 14, 2019 • UW News • by Jackson Holtz

Seattle bike share programs show infrequent helmet use, little disparity in access to bikes among neighborhoods

December 5, 2018 • The 74 • by Sivan Tuchman and Travis Pillow

Out-of-School Enrichment Is Critical to Student Success. We Must Close the Access Gap for Black and Latino Kids

November 15, 2018 • City & Community • by Charles C. Lanfear, Lindsey R. Beach, and Timothy A. Thomas

Formal Social Control in Changing Neighborhoods - Racial Implications of Neighborhood Context on Reactive Policing

January 30, 2018 • Meeting of the Minds • by Jonathan Fink

Cascadia Showcases How a Coordinated Corridor Strategy Can Reinforce Urban Innovation

November 22, 2017 • UBC News • by Lou Corpuz-Bosshart

What your tweets say about your commute

September 12, 2017 • Microsoft • by Suzanne Choney

Students ‘create something really incredible’ in broader aim to help two cross-border cities thrive together

August 19, 2017 • GeekWire • by Monica Nickelsburg

Can Seattle avoid Bay Area problems? Researchers using data to predict how neighborhoods will evolve

August 18, 2017 • King5 News • by Ryan Takeo

One-Third of Seattle Drivers ‘Cruising’ for Parking, Rides, Study Finds

May 13, 2017 • KUOW • by Carolyn Adolph

Black life is draining out of Seattle, Census shows

February 23, 2017 • Microsoft On the Issues • by Brad Smith

Largest industry-funded research cooperative draws on Cascadia corridor to advance solutions to urban challenges

February 23, 2017 • UBC News • by Thandi Fletcher

Universities establish joint centre to use data for social good in Cascadia region

February 23, 2017 • Seattle Times • by Matt Day

UW, UBC’s Cascadia urban data project gets $1M from Microsoft

February 23, 2017 • GeekWire • by Nat Levy

Microsoft donates $1M to new partnership of UW-UBC aiming to solve urban issues like traffic and homelessness through data

February 23, 2017 • Xconomy • by Benjamin Romano

Cascadia Innovation Corridor Starts With UW-UBC Urban Data Co-op

February 2, 2017 • UW News • by UW News Staff

Universities establish joint center to use data for social good in Cascadia region

February 1, 2017 • UW News • by Jennifer Langston

New route-finding map lets Seattle pedestrians avoid hills, construction, accessibility barriers