UW Uweek Archive List: Page 01

  • Decade-long study of weight loss and type 2 diabetes still needs participants; more than 200 already recruited
  • 'Cover the Uninsured' effort plans two programs here
  • March 12 program explores options for financing new companies
  • Health Sciences News Briefs
  • Shared governance essential, faculty tells search committee
  • Two finalists for Evans School dean named
  • A family affair: Thieving crows treat kin differently
  • Conversation in music, sociology benefits both
  • More choice, faster service is hallmark of HR's new job placement unit
  • Campus roadway to be resurfaced
  • Information on summer youth programs available
  • Demonstrations planned for electronic GC1
  • Institute on Public Humanities is first of its kind
  • Olympia efforts continue in 'toughest session'
  • Annual University-wide awards announced
  • Etc.
  • Former presidents: Search success isn't guaranteed
  • Third public affairs candidate named
  • Nominees sought for Gates service award
  • Book Picks: A Review by Tom Colonnese
  • Actress 'saves day' as last-minute replacement
  • Wasley to speak on education, children
  • Students to help design transportation hub
  • Conference for clinical researchers set for May 1
  • Bringing software and information products to market
  • Public conference on hearing research set for Saturday
  • Health Sciences News Briefs
  • Roundtable on media and disease prevention at HSC Monday, April 14
  • April 17 conference on community-based research
  • Notices
  • FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions about the UW
  • If Hamlet were an air traveler new software would eliminate doubt
  • Students get help in scholarship effort
  • Anxious, depressed mothers can impact child's health behavior
  • Nominations sought for annual Faculty Lecturer
  • UW Police: Campus crime dropped again in 2004
  • Etc. Campus news & notes
  • Joanne Suffis named interim VP in Human Resources
  • UW scores best in BEST awards
  • UWise brings human subjects work online
  • Perfect partners: UW, Heritage collaborate in Yakima
  • Soil itself creates some pollutants, observable even from space
  • Notices
  • UW Medical Center begins remodel project
  • New-generation scanner 'sees' 64 slices
  • Public health informatics gets RWJ Foundation funds
  • Health Sciences News Briefs
  • Search on for new dean of iSchool
  • UW prof continues tsunami relief efforts
  • UW profs win Early Career Award
  • Of bees, land bequests and nanotechnology
  • Notices
  • Visitor Center occupants moving
  • Health Sciences News Briefs
  • Researchers view Lost City's undersea vents from remotely from Mary Gates
  • Etc.
  • Teach your parents well: Training parents is best treatment for kids with conduct disorder
  • Emergency drill planned for Aug. 3
  • Notices
  • Drug deaths rising in King County
  • UWMC ranks in Top 10 for third year running
  • UW to host US.Japan Immunology Board symposium
  • Orthodontics chair named sixth WDS Distinguished Professor in Dentistry
  • Just lip service: Lip-plumping products don't work, study says
  • UW center aims to fix system, 'advance' women scientists
  • Etc: Campus news & notes
  • First Staff Resource Fair set for Aug. 10
  • Faculty training set on effort certification
  • UW Police earn national accreditation
  • Regressive autism is real, study shows
  • Staff train in emergency management
  • Of pond critters and river currents
  • Amazon carbon storage less than hoped, research shows
  • Students wanted for diesel study
  • Health Sciences News Briefs
  • Notices
  • Campus news & notes
  • Hurricane season: New project hopes to improve forecasts of storms' intensity
  • Tropics likely to suffer most in climate change
  • Notices
  • Emotional ads lure skeptics, marketing study shows
  • ADA honors Dworkin for pain research
  • Strauss Lecture: Myths, realities in Canadian health care
  • Hansen new CEO of Children's Hospital
  • Health Sciences News Briefs
  • Two UW researchers honored by UN for Excellence in Weather Modification
  • Working together for art
  • Eye surgeon returns to China to implant artificial cornea
  • Admissions chair announced
  • Lindenberg Center director named
  • The man for the job: David Allen to lead Women Studies Department
  • Guest commentary: Even in Seattle, prejudice lives on
  • Summer at the Henry: Trimpin goes 'Pffft'!
  • Up, up and away: UW researcher's hobby takes flight
  • Gardens get new 'umbrella name'
  • Genome Sciences chair to receive international prize
  • Harborview and Haiti
  • There's the rub: Librarians solve mystery of missing Chinese art
  • Huntsman to head Life Sciences Fund
  • Tall tales may be true, seismically speaking
  • Two for the road: UW staffers train in tandem
  • Where are we? Celebrating the Masters of the Mystery Photo
  • HMC quilters share art -- and recovery
  • The materials world: Summer camp draws young minds to science
  • Anniversary of WWII's end to be marked Aug. 12
  • Whodunit? UWT professor writes mystery set in the kitchens of Tacoma
  • Diseased Montlake trees to be removed
  • From primates to people: Retrovirus found to jump species barrier in Asia
  • All smiles: Mayor honors dentists for neighborhood revitalization
  • Two among 'top minorities in science' for 2005
  • SLUGs will eat tapas, and you are invited
  • New provost learning fast, preparing for vision statement
  • Bike thieves beware: Officer of the Year excels at recovering stolen bikes
  • Lights, camera, learning: Digital Arts Center's film is a class by itself
  • Latvian lectureship celebrated in visit
  • A new model for MS research: Researcher focuses on how T-cells go awry
  • Slattery returns to UW as vice dean of medical school
  • Davie to be honored as 'Inventor of the Year'
  • UW shines on Comcast
  • Provost Wise discusses administrative changes, faculty concerns in town hall meeting, interview
  • UW prof creates first dictionary of African-American television
  • Barcel� leaves legacy of building partnerships
  • Oceans to Stars Lectures to explore 'The Human Imprint' on the environment
  • Make it a Washington Weekend
  • Law School Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic Receives IRS Grant
  • UW and South Seattle Community College: Partnership benefits both
  • Two UW faculty elected to National Academy of Sciences
  • Two UW profs named fellows of prestigious American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • Mystery Photo
  • 'From Bench to Bedside': Moving research from lab to patients
  • Health Sciences Open House: Focus on global health issues
  • Surgeon compares training to learning violin
  • Restoration of theater models sparks interest in Depression-era WPA and the arts
  • Multiracial teens more prone to problem behaviors, study says
  • World-class opera soprano to be artist in residence at School of Music
  • Etc: Campus News & Notes
  • Mystery Photo
  • Kamchatka: Earthquakes hint at plate beneath
  • Grim issues of life and privilege at play in 'Harvest'
  • The future is now for the UW's iSchool
  • Pair of UW professors named 2006 Carnegie Scholars
  • More about metamorphosis: Researchers study gene that aids maturation
  • May 10 film features music of Afghanistan
  • Silver bracelets join strong Northwest Coast collection at the Burke
  • Official Notices
  • NIH director to visit campus May 8
  • 40 years later, cancer researcher's big idea may prove true
  • Mary-Claire King twice honored for breast cancer research
  • Krebs Lecture: On breast cancer's beginnings
  • New method could map some immunity genes