UW Uweek Archive List: Page 04

  • UW and Public Health partnership yields award-winning results
  • UW students on the case (and on the ship) researching problems in Puget Sound
  • Living the Giving: CFD coordinator organizes volunteer activities
  • President Emmert announces reorganization of UW Medicine leadership
  • Official Notices
  • Electronic brain implant targets movement disorders
  • A conversation with Patricia Wahl, dean of the School of Public Health and Community Medicine
  • Common book activities abound as UW prepares for Farmer visit
  • Are trauma centers ready for mass-casualty disasters?
  • Researchers: TV's influence on kids isn't all bad
  • Harborview showcases Coyote Kids art through Nov. 17
  • AIDS/STD research symposium scheduled for Nov. 29
  • Nominations open for UW's annual awards
  • Say, can you see?
  • Etc
  • UW advancing in neuroscience
  • Two concerts set for Nov. 11
  • A tale of three data centers
  • Mystery Photo
  • Archaeological adventure: New program creates opportunities for scholars of Southeast Asia
  • Dispelling fears of a global fisheries crisis
  • European Union HQ hosts UW students
  • A name change and a promotion: Janice DeCosmo becomes associate dean in Undergraduate Academic Affairs
  • Author of Pulitzer-winning play cycle to speak
  • Volunteering gives staffer 'peace and joy' -- for 21 years
  • A conversation with Andrew Light, UW environmental ethicist
  • Support for family-friendly faculty policies through new Balance@UW initiative
  • A company's reputation is what gets fried when its books get cooked
  • David Domke named Washington Professor of the Year
  • Dance, piano in spotlight at Meany
  • UW Fulbright Scholars to consider ocean policy, poverty, building materials
  • Official Notices
  • UW researchers mark end of a neutrino research phase in Canadian mine
  • From woody material to fuel: $1.5 million Denman chair leads way to innovation
  • Staying in touch in case of inclement weather
  • First hybrids, now biodiesel -- Motor Pool is going green
  • Cervantes Institute comes to the UW
  • School of Music offers a host of concerts in November
  • Shiplike 'city,' scenes of war, pirate radio featured in new Henry exhibits
  • Mystery Photo
  • Teachers create, perform work in annual Faculty Dance Concert
  • The world's unhappiness is ours, Farmer tells students
  • Nine named AAAS Fellows
  • National climate service needed, UW profs say
  • ETC. campus news & notes
  • Excellent advising, counseling a necessity
  • No ivory tower: Planners seek UW occupants for newly acquired properties
  • Official Notices
  • Stardust mission gathers more honors
  • Nora Disis named 'Superhero' by cancer foundation
  • Combined Fund Drive volunteer: Transplanted caring
  • King receives American Cancer Society's highest award
  • Online grant applications: Now they're required
  • President Emmert gets 'life-saving' coaching
  • A conversation with Dean Sidney Nelson of the School of Pharmacy
  • Carolfest planned Dec. 4; symphony Dec. 7
  • Pay stations replace parking meters near IMA
  • Passion for service bonds eclectic cohort of Health Sciences students
  • Sullivan to lecture on Alzheimer's Dec. 7
  • UW medical lectures at Seattle Public Library resume Jan. 3
  • Pianist to perform as part of East-West series
  • Two $5 concerts set this weekend
  • Dance fever: Recovery can be hard
  • Students share music with Toppenish kids
  • Mystery Photo
  • Fish to elephants: Transferred technique shows patrols reduce poaching
  • Asian immigrants have lower rates of mental illness
  • Rescuing Furry Hurricane Victims: UW admissions specialist returns to New Orleans to help still-recovering abandoned pets
  • Crime prevention officers move to Kane Hall
  • New online museum makes Olympic Peninsula history more accessible
  • Immigrants of a feather don't necessarily flock together
  • Creation of new seafloor documented as never before
  • Scientists want to solve puzzle of excess water vapor near cirrus clouds
  • UW gets big role in Energy Department project to study properties of nuclei
  • UW Press launches two Scandinavian series
  • Class notes: It's an urban world, in 'Metropolis'
  • Postdocs raising professional profile at UW
  • Combined Fund Drive: UW staffer a big influence on littler ones through volunteering
  • You can run but you can't hide: UW graduate students expose possible privacy breach in Nike+iPod Sport Kit
  • Library to honor professor for gift to children's collection
  • Visiting lecturer underscores growing bond between UW and schools focusing on minority populations
  • Campus scavenging paid off for renovated Southwest Maintenance Zone
  • Mystery Photo
  • Coming UW Press offerings: Seattle bungalows, a Frank Lloyd Wright house, Boris Yeltsin and the return of the Ugyhur language
  • English professor and poet awarded $50,000 fellowship
  • Sherrilynne Fuller presents the Education in Medicine lecture Jan. 5
  • The art in science
  • UW hopes for 'breakthrough year' in state education funding
  • Choosing the greater good in promotion of UW intellectual properties
  • HEC Board approves new Computer Engineering degree at UWT
  • UW a Recipient of the First Annual Mellon Awards for Technology Collaboration
  • Alum gives History Department $1 million
  • Microbe fixes nitrogen at a blistering 92 C, may offer clues to evolution of nitrogen fixation
  • 'Speechless' and 'Mute' help break the silence of the leaves
  • 'Fighting the Fires of Hate': Odegaard Library hosts exhibit on Nazi book burnings
  • Fraga to head Diversity Research Institute, recruit minority faculty
  • UW-developed robot can check power lines for wear and tear
  • You think it, the robot does it: Science fiction becomes reality
  • UW Medicine mourns death of Dr. Harold Goldberg
  • Teacher retention in Washington State bucks common wisdom
  • UW staffer a new member of the state Legislature
  • Drive with pride, with 'W' on your ride
  • Safeway funds high-tech mammography clinic
  • London bassist Thomas Martin to perform Jan. 7
  • World-renowned pianist Markus Groh to play Meany on Jan. 9
  • UW Medicine celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Mystery Photo
  • 'The Art of Aging' airs Jan. 10 on KCTS
  • Come together: The 2007 Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service
  • Life Sciences Discovery Fund information sessions set for January
  • McDermott memorial planned for Jan. 14
  • Entrepreneurship series begins Jan. 9
  • Reorganization report released: Interdisciplinarity, collaboration, strategic transformation touted
  • Astronomers detect black hole in tiny 'dwarf' galaxy
  • Mystery Photo
  • Honey travels 'Jericho Road' with King
  • ETC: Campus News and Notes
  • From science into art: More than a few steps
  • Global health luminaries Kim and Gayle to visit UW
  • Nitrogen wars: Pacific, Indian oceans beat Atlantic at fixing Nitrogen
  • Lectures on lung biology, stem cells, UW Medicine kick off 2007
  • State forests threatened, UW think tank says
  • Earth's winds not even a breeze on these planets
  • A physiology lesson at 14,000 feet
  • Teacher's teacher: 'Ginger' Warfield wins national math education award
  • Peer Portfolio
  • Teaching in China is her vacation
  • Niger treasure: Burke curator unpacks fossils that will aid his research on life forms of distant past
  • Health Sciences News Briefs
  • Official Notices
  • Laughing out loud: UW's man in the Legislature believes in comic relief
  • Shen Wei Dance to perform at Meany
  • Early entrance students don't conform to 'nerdy' stereotype
  • South African High Court justice, a human rights scholar, to Speak at Law School
  • Faculty, staff, alumni share experiences with students during Career Discovery Week
  • UW reaches gold standard for energy and environmental design
  • Education Professor Frances Contreras among NW Asian Weekly's 'rising stars'
  • Author Michael Collins to speak at Suzzallo
  • Weathering the Storm: Students rebuild after Katrina
  • Forum to spotlight the wireless classroom
  • Norway's Vertavo String Quartet to perform in Meany on Jan. 24
  • 2006 Combined Fund Drive hit a new all-time high
  • University Symphony concert features competition winners
  • McCabe and McCabe -- sisters Robin and Rachelle team up for dual-piano concert
  • Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean gets new director
  • UW staffer improves her health -- and gets temporarily famous
  • Quilt show will feature work by UW people -- including scientists
  • Study uncovers a lethal secret of 1918 influenza virus
  • 'History detective' to speak Jan. 20
  • Health Sciences news briefs