UW Uweek Archive List: Page 03

  • ROOTS shelter, food program has ongoing need for volunteers
  • Arctic magic draws writer in: Thomas weaves tale of shamanism
  • Public service law veteran is Gates director
  • Free Summer Orchestra concert Aug. 8
  • Adventures in DNA: Middle school students do real research at the Burke
  • UW, zoo to continue cooperative work
  • Summer dental research institute a global draw for professionals seeking training
  • Physician training to increase with new Montana Track program
  • Seattle Public Library Site for New UW Medicine Lecture Series
  • Pun wins Presidential Early Career Award
  • Coming events at the UW School of Medicine
  • Talking about stem cell funding - a correction
  • Home, career balance: Research shows changing climate
  • Kornberg named HR vice president
  • Primal needs influence kids' thoughts of future
  • UW Police sport new look
  • Etc: News & Notes from around campus
  • Streamer line innovation saves seabirds from that sinking feeling
  • Out of mentoring and research -- a friendship grows
  • Sahr named associate dean, undergrad ed
  • A new name for Training & Development
  • Official notices
  • Bison teeth tell tales of climate, vegetation
  • Art prof gives new Seattle library a place in the sun
  • Mystery Photo
  • Memorial Friday, Sept. 8, for James Palais
  • Got academic blues? Librarians have the cure
  • Etc: Campus News & Notes
  • Regent Gates salutes generous faculty, staff, retirees
  • Bye-bye sticker: Husky Card is getting smart
  • Entrepreneur series to show interested faculty how it's done
  • Mystery Photo
  • Kennedy to head facilities
  • 'Common Book' subject here Nov. 13
  • Official Notices
  • Moe named acting head of Human Subjects
  • Chemistry prof wins Pioneer Award
  • King Holmes named first global health chair
  • Dialog with a dean: A conversation with Edwina Uehara, dean of the School of Social Work
  • Need grammar advice? Now you can 'Ask Betty'
  • Safety is goal in Look Up! campaign
  • Partnering for emergency support
  • Stem cell research, climate change among topics in coming lectures
  • Global Lecture Series to start
  • Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month in Seattle
  • UWMC honored for excellent hospital nursing
  • Health Sciences news briefs
  • Are we ready? A report on UW disaster preparedness
  • New grants designed to help women succeed in academe
  • Police warn bicyclists to protect their property as thefts increase
  • Conference for higher education faculty, staff, set for Nov. 1-3
  • UW 'stellar archaeologist' gets biggest share of Hubble observing time
  • Sculptor's work won't endure, but he hopes it starts conversations
  • Thinking can make it so: Computer scientist talks about 'The Mind Body Connection'
  • Sarakasi African acrobats to perform at Meany
  • A sign of the times: Web site gives directions on outdoor advertising
  • UW TechTransfer reports increases in invention disclosures, licensing agreements, options
  • UW, Heritage University team to train future leaders in Toppenish
  • New graduate training program brings together talents at UW, WSU
  • New graduate training program brings together talents at UW, WSU
  • An evening of elegance, anyone?
  • New Community Psychology option offered at UW Bothell
  • Researchers, practitioners of urban ecology to share insights
  • Mystery Photo
  • Emmert gives annual address Oct. 11
  • CFD 2006 makes noise in its kickoff meeting
  • Pianist Melody Quah to perform Oct. 8
  • UW prof to chair NOAA's science advisory board
  • UW awarded $6.8 million to improve workplace health and safety in agriculture
  • SnowWorld exhibit to open at Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt Museum
  • Official Notices
  • Ruckelshaus honored: Namesake center to tackle hard-to-resolve statewide issues
  • People are first priority in C's emergency plan
  • Purchasing seeks help in revamping its Web site
  • Sculpture representing first male ancestor of the Chilliwacks returned to tribe by Burke
  • Etc. campus news and notes
  • Transportation survey to begin Oct. 16
  • New collection puts emphasis on reaching out to new patrons
  • Winston Churchill's grandson to speak
  • Peer portfolio: A compilation of what's happening at our peer institutions
  • UW joins effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
  • UW Police offer advice on avoiding car prowls
  • Mystery Photo
  • CFD volunteer profile: Sandra Madrid - Public service sustains her
  • Talking with Professor Betz Halloran
  • 'Long continuous tradition' attracts China scholar
  • Trio con Brio Copenhagen next up at Meany
  • UW welcomes AAMC annual meeting
  • Ancestral memories: UW staffer finds surprises when she digs through her family's history
  • 'Emerald City Search: A Community Quest' starts Oct. 19
  • David Auth: 2006 Inventor of the Year
  • Mamafest supports UW Medical Genetics Clinic
  • Pun to give next Science in Medicine lecture
  • Performing as patients: Acting talents helpful in Standardized Patient Program
  • Dept. of Medicine to start new male reproductive health program
  • Health Sciences news briefs
  • Very long-term forecast: Northwest winters will be even wetter
  • Brain regions do not communicate efficiently in adults with autism
  • Russian comedy presented by UW School of Drama
  • Homecoming week kicks off with Dawg Dash
  • UW dance makes an impression in Japan
  • Manage your benefits during Open Enrollment
  • Diversity institute's 'Place Matters' conference coming Oct. 27-28
  • Nominations sought for Faculty Senate vice chair
  • Free student speaker series topics relate to common book
  • Concerts by two pianists offered by UW School of Music
  • Violist Watras to perform new compositions in 'Prestidigitation'
  • UW Libraries digital collections link up with Wikipedia
  • Mystery Photo
  • UW Press publishes memoir of former social work faculty member
  • Health Sciences news briefs
  • Etc: Campus news and notes
  • Mystery Photo
  • UW Medicine gets $6 million for stem cell research
  • Faculty Senate chair has substantial experience in governance
  • A summer of science: Interns thrive in summer program
  • Lecture, photo exhibit tell tales out of Africa
  • Unused medical supplies put to good use
  • Symposium to focus on underrepresented students in sciences
  • PSO: Aiming to improve the quality of UW work life
  • New center for geriatric research funded
  • Research links Huntington's disease to metabolic defects
  • Stem cell lecture set for Nov. 15
  • 'Neuroscience for Kids' site a powerful learning resource
  • Health Sciences news briefs
  • Undergrads to get hands-on research opportunity
  • There are barriers to interdisciplinary work, those involved say
  • Denice Denton memorial planned
  • Wanted: Your feedback about food
  • Oxygen levels: The key to land animals?
  • Professional development proposals sought
  • From garbage to grass: Students build gathering space
  • Official Notices
  • Inequality on the menu
  • Insect population growth likely accelerated by warmer climate
  • Advisers learn whereof they speak, tagging along for Exploration Seminars
  • Inaugural vendor fair to encourage use of minority- and women-owned businesses
  • Drama school awards degree -- 60 years late
  • UW receives $170,000 for institute to promote people with disabilities in sciences, technology, math
  • Keeping services going in a disaster: Business continuity symposium slated for Nov. 6
  • Weill, Puccini one-act operas to be presented together
  • 'Anton in Show Business' plays at Meany Studio Theatre
  • Environmental literacy expert is next Walker Ames speaker
  • Mystery Photo
  • Notice of Expedited Rule Making (Per RCW 34.05.353)
  • Richard Peck to give Shaw lecture Nov. 15
  • Staffer's film on South Africa to be screened Nov. 8
  • A sea change in Forestry as seven faculty retire, nine new ones arrive
  • Provost hosts town meeting Nov. 7
  • King County Council approves Harborview Building Project