UW Uweek Archive List: Page 05

  • Mystery Photo
  • UW Medical Center, Health Sciences honor Dr. King, community activist, and volunteers
  • Official Notices
  • Blumenfeld to head Alumni Association
  • Drama school presents Euripides classic
  • Tech center awards research grants
  • Woods to hold Nursing's Reid Endowed Deanship
  • Learning about sharks: Dissection offers chance to gather new information
  • Conference spotlights women in science
  • Etc: Campus news and notes
  • Neither snow nor rain... keeps this crew down
  • Mathematicians conjure up invisibility cloak
  • Bumblebee house warming: It takes a village
  • Mystery photo
  • Copenhagen is program's classroom
  • Pandemic Pandemonium in the Pacific? Find out Feb. 7
  • Medical lectures and Tumor Vaccine Group open house set for Feb. 7 & 8
  • Nearly free college education: Tuition Exemption Program gives every employee access to UW classrooms
  • Super Bowl: Sports or religion?
  • Chamber Dance Company performs Feb. 1-4: Annual concert features important historical works
  • Ride in the rain? Try snow, wind, hail . . .
  • Spine patients get back in the driver's seat
  • Tuvan throat singers perform at Meany
  • UW Medicine presents 7th annual Mini-Medical School Feb. 6 -March 13
  • A conversation with Paul Ramsey, dean of the School of Medicine
  • Health Information Resource Center available for all
  • UWTV program highlights UW contributions to global fight against AIDS
  • UW researchers develop hepatitis C virus culture system
  • Orthopaedics faculty honored for research and education
  • February features array of lectures by UW Medicine leaders and health care experts
  • UW campaign: One goal reached, another set
  • A personal journey: Charles Johnson to speak tonight
  • Composer Chihara to attend performance of his work Feb. 9
  • Course packs now centralized at the University Book Store
  • Faculty-Staff-Retiree Campaign for Students inspires philanthropy
  • College of Education's annual February Forum to focus on the 'achievement gap'
  • Human preference for other species could determine whether they survive
  • Ready your bins for RecycleMania
  • Jessica Burstein goes right ahead and talks about Tenure Club
  • A double life: Days at UWT, nights at the theater
  • Mystery Photo
  • College of Forest Resources alum launches centennial lecture series Feb. 8
  • Good vibrations: Sounds from hydrothermal vents may guide fish to food, away from danger
  • HR unveils new, user-friendly Web site
  • Workshop set for faculty mothers-to-be
  • UW leaders invited to values seminar
  • UWB artist-in-residence offers public programs
  • Etc: Campus news and notes
  • Uniquely Washington: She uses the law to help vulnerable young people
  • Endowment celebrates 10 years of supporting student development
  • Mystery photo
  • Iranian film series slated
  • Class Notes: Global Imaginations
  • A wide-angle view of UWTV
  • Official notices
  • Generation IX: Documentary follows UW women athletes, beneficiaries of Title IX
  • Wilson honored by research library group
  • Soot in air increases heart attack risk
  • UW researcher: New 'digital divide' separating parents and kids
  • A conversation with Teri Brentnall
  • UW launches new Molecular Medicine Training Program
  • Improving health literacy one contact at a time -- UW Health Sciences Library is a regional resource
  • Health Sciences news in brief
  • Harborview program improves end-of-life communication
  • Economist to discuss global disease control priorities Feb. 23
  • Keck Microscopy Facility to host open house Feb. 23
  • Chairman of Classics Department appointed director of Honors Program
  • University receives 38 proposals for UW Tower space
  • Rotten to the core: How workplace 'bad apples' spoil barrels of good employees
  • UW College of Forest Resources kicks off centennial with Gov. Gregoire
  • Microsurgery and Super Glue show how antennae aid moth navigation
  • Photo software creates 3-D world
  • E-learning classes now available free for UW staffers
  • Good dog: Canine bomb detector Kali becomes a Husky
  • Pianist Juana Zayas to perform Feb. 20
  • Guitars, double bass, piano among latest from School of Music
  • Parsons Dance company coming to Meany
  • 'Getting it exactly right': Eric McHenry, associate editor of 'Columns,' wins poetry award
  • Mystery Photo
  • Researcher fuses twin passions -- science and music
  • Glaciers not on simple, upward trend of melting
  • Researchers identify possible autism genes
  • Sid Nelson named Outstanding Dean of the Year
  • A conversation with Martha Somerman, Dean of the School of Dentistry
  • NW Lipid Research Clinic recruiting volunteers for diet study
  • Making managers -- for pharmacies
  • Maloney heads state medical association
  • Medical school enrollment expected to increase by 2012
  • 'Disease Control in Developing Countries' lecture Feb.23
  • Mini-Med lecture on preserving limbs Feb. 27
  • Science in Medicine Lecture March 8
  • Faculty Development Days coming March 28-29
  • Faculty Development Workshop on Mentoring Feb. 27
  • LCVI report: Following survey 'map'
  • Etc. Campus news and notes
  • Mystery photo
  • Giving students real 'gallery experience'
  • Faculty lecturer: Making learning practical
  • Faculty Senate: State budget looks good for higher ed.
  • Class notes: Preserving the vernacular
  • Honey to speak again Feb. 23
  • Daredevil's fall re-enacted in UW's water tunnel
  • Regents make it official: UW campuses smoke-free
  • Jazz on the 26th, percussion on the 27th, from the School of Music
  • Violinist Kavafian to perform with University Symphony
  • 'Common book' author Kidder on campus Feb. 27
  • The Burke shows off its best contemporary Native American art in 'Spirit of the Ancestors'
  • Official notices
  • Dance Majors Concert March 1-4
  • UW School of Drama captures the chaos after a revolution in Mad Forest
  • American Academy of Ophthalmology honors Kalina
  • UW-led studies featured in the journal Genome Research
  • Luu receives 2007 Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship
  • New funding opportunities available in research on aging
  • Brain Awareness Open House highlights March events
  • Seminar spotlights HIV-STIs in African populations
  • Brazilian guitarist next up at Meany Hall
  • UW scientists prominent as 'International Polar Year' is launched
  • Woodsman, spare that beehive!
  • Law school hosts climate change conference
  • Forum looks at threat of cyber terrorism
  • Philipsen named secretary of faculty
  • All-woman Hiphop show scheduled March 2
  • African carnage: One year's seized ivory likely came from 23,000 elephants
  • 'I happened across a good story,' Kidder says of his book about Farmer
  • UW Business School to create new entrepreneurship program with gift from Leonard Lavin
  • Local organizations transform recycling bins into works of art
  • High tech for global justice: UW computer scientist designs custom cell phones
  • Talk to explorers, don mukluks, learn about glaciers at pair of polar events
  • Jazz, gospel and opera: School of Music has much to offer this week
  • Making opportunity knock: Career development manager to help staffers get ahead
  • U-CAR expanding to South Campus Center -- and beyond
  • UWellness: A link to better health
  • Mystery photo
  • Going green: Discussion of sustainable planning set for March 8
  • Economic status plays big role in obesity
  • UWT Nursing Program gets boost from Tacoma physician
  • Visiting scholars from Haiti learn best lab practices at UW
  • UW researchers challenge cancer mutation theories
  • Major renovation of G & H wings to begin
  • Lessons from Rita: How hurricane intensity change happens
  • Health Sciences News Briefs
  • Religion the topic of planned conference, 'Communicating the Sacred'
  • Fenner on a mission to boost international learning experiences
  • Sydney Dance Company coming to Meany
  • BizTech 2007: Good info, with an island flair
  • Etc: Campus news and notes
  • Pianist Feltsman to perform at Meany
  • Double bass virtuoso to speak, teach
  • Mystery photo