UW Uweek Archive List: Page 02

  • Study: Taxes, ad bans can help curb youthful drinking
  • Asbury a 2006 Searle Scholar
  • Symposium to open Imaging Center
  • Health Sciences News Briefs
  • Notices
  • UW students to explore far reaches of the globe, thanks to unusual Bonderman fellowship
  • Campus crime sees slight increase in 2005
  • Former government official who said 'no' to Nixon will speak at commencement
  • Foege to speak on global health shortcuts
  • UW says goodbye to David Hodge after 30 years
  • Holly's folly: New Arboretum design isolates invasive species while giving others room to grow
  • Bust of 'Scoop' Jackson moved to new home outside Thomson Hall
  • Delaney named to newly established Paros Chair
  • Ride of Silence on May 17 to quietly remember bike accident victims
  • Mystery Photo
  • Seattle Symphony director to speak at UW School of Music
  • Guitars, harps and international music in concerts this week
  • Brown bag on Stevens Way project set for May 16
  • Proposed budget includes salary hikes
  • Ron Irving named A interim dean
  • Mystery Photo
  • Etc: Campus News & Notes
  • A 'fair' cup of coffee in HUB's Atrium
  • 35 Year Club
  • History of Black Panthers to come alive in classrooms, meeting, Web site
  • Students strut their stuff at Undergraduate Research Symposium
  • Guiding students through the system: New A Council on Advising offers help
  • State ocean policy: UW grad students help out
  • EEU to honor Dan Evans in festive annual fundraising auction
  • Smoking sites appear as rules are revised
  • Toward clearer English: New program seeks to help smooth pronunciation
  • Journal subscription costs continue to climb
  • Notices
  • Learning from flies and worms: Genome Sciencs Symposium will consider 'model' organisms
  • UW employee is Ms. Wheelchair Washington, raising awareness about people with disabilities
  • Stem cell researcher to speak May 25
  • Top Parkinson's expert Dawson to speak on defective genes May 22
  • Violence at home affects nearly half of all women
  • Notes on healthy living (Or, 160,000 women can't be wrong)
  • Futterman lecture: 'Retinal remodeling'
  • Health Science News Briefs
  • Leadership, Community & Values Initiative moves into action phase
  • Where wildlife and urban life meet
  • President Emmert to appear at UW Commencements, June 9, 10, 11
  • New Research and Technology Building is open for business
  • Ready for your close-up? Catalyst has three new studios open for business
  • TGIF awards given to help develop technology
  • Urban Archives: Listening to the city
  • Wealth of musical styles on display
  • Book on intellectual property a 'much-needed resource'
  • Mystery Photo
  • DX Arts celebrates first graduates with exhibit
  • Proposed budget includes money for cabled observatory off Washington
  • To reorganize or not to reorganize? Committee holds first public forum
  • Biology gets $1.6 million Howard Hughes grant
  • Ever considered a Fulbright? The deadline is coming Aug. 1
  • ETC: Campus news & notes
  • Concert to honor music prof's memory
  • Faculty Field Tour participants get to know their corner of America
  • Peer portfolio
  • Mystery Photo
  • Sacred Ellington: UW lecturer restores seldom-heard music by jazz great
  • Remembance: Gould garden honors Gordon Varey
  • Official notices
  • Tour new UW Regional Heart Center June 13
  • Bloedel professorship goes to Frances Lewis
  • The awards for outstanding nursing and support go to�
  • Gene and Cell Therapy Core Laboratory seeks new challenges
  • School of Pharmacy offers 'Health Care and the Media: Perceptions, Truth and Possibilities'
  • Search committee named for UW Medical Center leader
  • SLUGs put up posters, host stem cell lecture
  • Health Sciences Briefs
  • Two Miss Seattle winners at School of Medicine
  • World-class debut: Student receives first-ever Global Health Pathway Certificate
  • Ballpark buddies: Mariners & UW Medicine
  • Bacteria protected by their own 'immune system'
  • Call it the Brotman Building
  • Health Sciences News Briefs
  • Blog, photos let campus share China trip with President Emmert
  • Etc: News & Notes from around campus
  • Brief therapy can help depression, study shows
  • Study: HIV rate higher in blacks
  • UWB theater group heads to Italy
  • Mystery Photo
  • Report recommends new office, new administrator to manage information
  • NSF supports underground lab effort
  • Heart in his game: UW lecturer loves accounting and basketball, not necessarily in that order
  • Downtown art to be reborn on campus
  • Student art on display at retirement residence
  • UW Motor Pool looking at electric cars, alternative fuels as part of energy saving strategy
  • Faculty member claims Flexcar prize in quiz
  • Notices
  • A family man retires
  • Tiny creatures survived Earth's deep freeze
  • ISIS: Where medicine meets virtual reality
  • Business alum gives $6 million for chair, building
  • New recruiter seeks underrepresented groups for science, technology, engineering, math
  • UW Combined Fund Drive looking for a few good people
  • Testing hypertonic solutions for trauma victims
  • Hormone study gives clues for treating cancer
  • UW says goodbye to Denton
  • Magazine's 'Best Doctors' edition features several UW stories
  • Physician Scientist Early Career Award for Martin
  • Hormone treatment may improve cognition in seniors
  • Health Sciences News Briefs
  • Meet the vice provosts: Godfrey seeks more collaboration
  • UWT sees fitness center in its future
  • Changes to HR5290 the subject of 'Grass Routes'
  • Meet the vice provosts: Tutoring started Taylor on life in education
  • Etc: News & Notes from Around Campus
  • Mystery Photo
  • Around the world ... and back again
  • Therapy cuts suicidal behavior in half, study shows
  • PR for the environment: Restoration Ecology Network helps students reach out
  • Expanding in Spokane: Proposal presented to increase medical, dental education in Spokane
  • Making the connection: Brain areas for speaking, understanding, linked in babies
  • New staff recruiter to concentrate on diversity in hiring, retention
  • Jackson School ties for first in foreign-study grants
  • UWMC again ranked among nation's best
  • Pre-proposals for innovation fund due Sept. 25
  • Etc: News & notes from around campus
  • Mystery Photo
  • In touch with art: Harborview hosts work of Seattle Braille artist
  • Supercomputers shed light on force of nature
  • Couple creates fellowship with pledge
  • Listen while you look: Henry's new artcasts help patrons learn more
  • EPA supports UW pesticide research with $750,000 grant
  • Magic carpet ride: Students learn commissioning process
  • Health Sciences News Briefs
  • Working for a greener future: Open Space Seattle 2100 brings UW, community together
  • Self-inflicted injury can escalate, study shows
  • Banks book wins stellar reviews
  • Official Notices
  • Newsmakers
  • Peer Portfolio
  • Healing at the Aloha Inn: Student-run clinic at transitional housing facility a boon to residents
  • Raising their voices for stem cell funding
  • Family Medicine launches Underserved Pathway
  • Point of Pride: Puget Sound Heart Walk coming Oct. 7
  • Health Sciences News Briefs
  • Mystery Photo
  • Official Notices
  • Autism genes different in boys, girls?
  • Business School gets $1.5 million gift
  • Pigment could be key in emerging technologies
  • Faubion named student regent
  • Old, new skills combine to help student launch research project
  • More than 20,000 pounds of reusable items collected from dorms
  • Gift creates lecture series at UW Tacoma
  • Etc: Campus news & notes