Many students who come through the University of Washington's Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies go on to work in the labor movement, implementing real change for working people.
Leo Baunach is one such example.
Baunach, who grew up in the Pacific Northwest, is currently the...Read more
Research funding for UW faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students. Apply by February 10, 2020.Read more
Although this is coming several months late, the Bridges Center is excited to officially welcome and announce the addition of three incredible individuals to our staff and community!
Emma Hinchliffe , History
Emma Hinchliffe is a Doctoral...Read more
More students, more classes, more resources. 2019 was a big year for Labor Studies at the University of Washington.Read more
Attention Huskies! The Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO, the state’s largest labor organization which represents some 450,000 union members from more than 600 local unions,...Read more
By Nikita Minkin
Beginning as a car-ride conversation between/ two University of Washington students and taking shape over the course of a few weeks, the August 1st Rally Against ICE sought to bring out a diverse cast of people and organizations in the spirit of abolition and freedom...Read more
Researched, compiled and published by undergraduates, the publication overviews the rich history of activism and collective struggle at the University of Washington.Read more
Maria Blancas, the Harry Bridges Center's Duggan Fellow for 2019 and former recipient of the Domingo and Viernes Scholarship (2005) is awarded the Bullitt Environmental...Read more
Ten UW faculty and graduate students will present works in progress on topics related to labor, broadly conceived to include working people everywhere.Read more
Just published report explores the link between employment types and worker well-being. Featuring Bridges Center Associate Faculty, Noah S. Seixas (senior author) and Bridges Center...Read more