From Idaho farmboy to the world's first bioengineer, Wayne Quinton, '59, has lived one extraordinary life—and saved many more.
By Shannon O'Leary, '89
What would Seattle be without the AYPE?
By Ina Zajac
The seven recipients of this year’s Distinguished Teaching Awards have one thing in common: the ability to hold their students spellbound.
GREEN AND PROUD OF IT
The print version of this issue was printed using soy-based ink on 10 percent recycled paper from a mill just 15 miles from the company that prints Columns. This is one way Columns is helping the UW honor its commitment to our environment.
- The Arboretum at 75
- Roll Model
- Huskies in High Places
- Husky Sports Roundup
- Opening Lines .
- New State Budget a Bitter Pill for the UW
- Rucker to Lead UWAA
- Going to Bat for Future Teachers
- Orca's Best Friend
- Global Warming, Local Consequences
- One Fish, Two Fish, Weird Fish, New Fish
- Hitting the Sweet Spot
Doing What Needs To Be Done
Taking the Long View
- From the UWAA to You: A Message from Executive Director Paul Rucker, '95, '02, and Outgoing Executive Director Chuck Blumenfeld, '66, '69
- Husky Summer Celebration: Baseball and Barbecues Are Back
- Going Places: UW Alumni Tours 2010
- Kindness Starts with Kay: Larson Is Top Volunteer
- Career Services: Getting the Job Done
- Alumnotes: What's New With You!
- Obituaries: Alumni, faculty and friends of the University.
- Lisa Dabek, '91, '94: Saving Faces
- Webb Miller, '67, '69: An Influential Professor
- Michael E. Roberts, '91: Ensuring the Long-Term Viability of Native Communities
- W. A. Douglas Jackson: 1924-2009
- Les Keiter, '41: 1919-2009
- Marquis Cooper, '04: 1982-2009
- Traditions: Wire to Wire
- Alumnotes Page: How to submit a class note plus our Alumnotes Archive