September 01, 2022

Érica Chavez Santos , a public health researcher and Ph.D. student in Health Systems and Population Health at the University of Washington (UW), recently spoke with the Bridges Center about her research interests, approach, and ongoing study on how labor and social determinant-related policies...Read more

August 29, 2022

Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies Faculty Associate , Marissa Baker and Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS) Research Coordinator Lily Monsey spoke with the Bridges Center about their research concerning the occupational risk of the COVID-19...Read more

August 11, 2022

Annie Kucklick and Lisa Manzer's research, profiled in a new Bridges Center policy brief, introduces important data regarding the need for intentional policy solutions for Washington's working families.Read more

August 11, 2022

In an Op-Ed published in Inside Higher Education, former Harry Bridges Chair and Professor Emeritus Dan Jacoby advocates for a federally registered apprentice program for graduate studentsRead more

August 05, 2022

New grants to fund research investigating labor policy in Washington State.Read more

August 05, 2022

The Bridges Center is pleased to announce the recipients of Graduate Student Labor Research Grants for the 2022-2023 academic year.Read more

June 24, 2022

Earlier this month, the University of Washington wrapped up the first year of its new Building a Movement (BAM) internship program .Read more

June 24, 2022

A current student at the University of Washington, Brenna Nendel is also a Starbucks employee who has taken part in recent unionization efforts at the coffee giant . On May 27th, 2022, Brenna's store - Eastlake Starbucks in Seattle - became the 100th unionized Starbucks location in a unanimous...Read more

May 12, 2022

We are excited to welcome the latest addition to our staff, Labor Research Coordinator Rachel Erstad.Read more

May 10, 2022

Josh Davis is a University of Washington Labor Studies student and security worker at the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) that has been playing an active role in a union-drive at his workplace.Read more