UW Uweek Archive List: Page 08

  • Public Health honors state's farmworker trainers
  • Research group helps protect artistic vision
  • In brief
  • UWMC performs adult heart-lung transplant
  • Information: It's at the center now
  • Emmert signs protest letter
  • Official notices
  • Economics: The funny science
  • Sculpture with a purpose: UW-made art adorns trail
  • Of basketball and Socrates
  • Lehman and Goff receive 'Ladies' Home Journal' Health Breakthrough Awards
  • NSF grant helps UW continue photonics research
  • Worms crawl in and out at UW Bothell
  • Etc: Campus news & notes
  • UW staffers working toward wireless campus
  • State of the climate: Report to cite effects of climate change on state's health, agriculture
  • Mystery Photo
  • A weekend of interactive fun planned at the Burke
  • International child mortality goals fall short
  • Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation sets priorities
  • Horwitz receives NIH Pioneer Award
  • UW Dentists Faculty Practice offers full services
  • Sign up for the 2007 UWMC Seattle Marathon
  • A conversation with Christopher Murray
  • Students broaden medical horizons in rural communities
  • Conference on male contraception set for Sept. 27-28
  • Zheng to present New Investigator Science in Medicine Lecture
  • 58th Annual Strauss Lecture set for Sept. 28
  • Health Sciences News Briefs
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  • UW SafeCampus: New Violence Prevention & Response Program up and running
  • Emmert announces administrative changes
  • Mystery Photo
  • Recent grad earns prestigious scholarship
  • Official Notices
  • Genius in our midst: Matsuoka wins coveted MacArthur
  • ETC: campus news & notes
  • UW Press teams up with Frye Art Museum on reading series, book
  • Child care help, enhanced counseling offered
  • Old dances new again: Chamber Dance Company performs classic choreography, now more accessible
  • ASL 'spoken' here: New class offered
  • Technology Review honors 3 UW engineers
  • New major offered: American Indian Studies is approved after five-year effort
  • Guitarist Partington to perform Oct. 7
  • Run for his money; Crutchfield looks for partners in half marathon
  • Suicide: Study shows being harassed for sexual orientation is risk factor
  • UW honors its Rhodes Scholars with exhibit
  • Critical conversations: A growing toolbox for communications during an emergency
  • Need a photo? Try the UW Image Bank
  • Allen Center art is all in the (UW) family
  • Four new chairs in engineering
  • Safe at home/safe at work: Strategies for personal preparedness
  • Brooklyn Building being vacated
  • Business continuity during an emergency: People first, then systems
  • To prepare and protect: UW Emergency Management at work
  • Get UW arts information with one click
  • New department chairs in the School of Medicine
  • Philip Green named Inventor of the Year
  • Terry to perform at St. Mark's Cathedral
  • Trimpin event ful: walk-ins invited after 6:30
  • Bridging the Gap Breakfast to celebrate diversity at UW, in the community
  • Drama School opens season with 'Ring Round the Moon'
  • Graduate School provides 'one-stop shopping' online for applicants
  • Neile Graham: Adviser, administrator, poet, novelist
  • Greener cleaning: New mops, fragrance-free soaps make debut
  • Jurkovich to lead trauma surgery group in 2008
  • Hinckley is first to hold David R.M. Scott Endowed Professorship
  • Perennial ice, sometimes thick enough to defy icebreakers, may be key to predicting Arctic thaw
  • Medical Genetics symposium Oct. 12-13
  • Research overturns accepted notion of neutron's electrical properties
  • 'University Week' remembers -- 25 years and counting
  • UW, community college team up to create teacher education program for diverse students
  • City birds better than rural species in coping with human disruption
  • Mystery Photo
  • UW staffer to run Seattle Marathon in memory of mentor
  • In Brief
  • UW faculty elected to Institute of Medicine
  • NIH funds UW Institute of Translational Health Sciences
  • MRI helps detect breast cancer in women at high risk
  • Lehman and Goff win Health Breakthrough Award
  • UW is 'nearly' smoke-free
  • Undergrads find 1,300 asteroids
  • 'Common Book' author Kolbert warns of coming catastrophe brought by global warming
  • Hall research building dedication Oct. 17
  • Historical film screening slated: Program includes mix of humorous, entertaining and odd
  • Attention armchair detectives: Second Emerald City Search begins Oct. 17
  • Grad School to host discussion of nation-building Oct. 15
  • Conifers or condos? NW Environmental Forum develops strategies
  • Four A dean finalists to speak
  • ETC.: Campus news & notes
  • Hans Blix to speak on arms race threat
  • Reminder: Take our two-question survey
  • Demystifying physics: High school teachers learn inquiry method at UW's summer program
  • College planning session tailored to UW faculty, staff
  • Mystery Photos
  • CFD: What would you give to change the world?
  • Official Notices
  • New garden makes Pacific Connections
  • Close to you: UW student actors learn to transfer stage technique to screen
  • Violence prevention workshop available
  • Emmert to speak
  • Leonard Hudson to receive HMC Mission of Caring Award
  • Angelosante joins Health Sciences Administration
  • EMP's 'American Sabor' savors the Latino influence on American popular music
  • In brief
  • Faye Wattleton to give 18th Hogness Symposium Oct. 31
  • UW, state join to monitor climate change impact on humans
  • Earliest evidence for modern human behavior found in South African cave
  • UW-initiated biosolids project wins national clean water award
  • Disability and Society: Examining disability in context
  • Delaney to speak on 'environmental renaissance'
  • Boeing 787 Dreamliner, Tacoma Narrows Bridge, baby boomers headline Engineering Lecture Series
  • Author/researchers describe their 'Fieldwork Connections'
  • Dawg TV? Public, 'private' faces to UW both part of iTunes presentations
  • Green living in the green room: KUOW embraces composting
  • Improved forecasting of volcanic eruptions is part of Malone's legacy
  • UW early contributor to Nobel prize-winning work by climate group
  • Scientists ramp up ability of poplar plants to disarm toxic pollutants
  • Mystery Photos
  • Then and now: Searching the skies for life
  • Photographers Group presents annual show
  • Reminder: Take our two-question survey
  • Peer Portfolio
  • Official Notices
  • Michelle Williams wins public health's Lilienfeld Award
  • UW researchers to advance human genome project
  • UW Division of Rheumatology receives $3.2 million bequest
  • Derek Jackson named 2007 Pisacano Scholar
  • UW dermatologists 'zap' unwanted skin art
  • A conversation with Jack Berryman
  • In brief
  • Five UW profs named AAAS Fellows
  • Climate sensitivity leads to great uncertainty
  • Watras to perform Oct. 30
  • Mystery Photos
  • Etc: campus news & notes
  • Lowney survives cancer to become athlete, CFD donor
  • Burke outdoor learning program lauded
  • Adding value: Chair wants Faculty Senate to tackle big issues
  • Robinson Center celebrates birthday, begins campaign
  • UW earns A- in sustainability
  • Open enrollment begins next week
  • Clarinetist offers concert Oct. 26
  • ArtsLink: Helping students connect
  • Missing body keys action in drama school play
  • College of Education sponsors mind-expanding, culture-bridging teacher exchange with Jordan
  • Official notices
  • Reminder: Take our two-question survey
  • Amazon rainforest is site for continuing education program
  • Computer project helps predict structure of protein