UW Uweek Archive List: Page 09

  • Dental student receives Tanaka Humanitarian Award
  • Thomas to give Science in Medicine Lecture Nov. 14
  • In brief
  • Motivational coaching climate outscores winning for young athletes
  • Astrophotography class Nov. 7 at Jacobsen Observatory
  • Rewarding good work: Nomination time again for University's annual awards
  • Employees who believe they are 'ethical' or 'moral' people might not be
  • UW fish collection becomes part of the Burke Museum
  • A sci-fi fan's dream come true: Staffer wins a Hugo Award
  • Suzzallo's 'Companionable Books' exhibit an extraordinary slice of history
  • UW World Series brings Gamelan ´┐Żudamani to Meany
  • Educational Outreach plans easy-to-use tools for online instructors
  • Then and now: 1990 was year one for branch campuses, evening degree program
  • Project seeks reasons for loss of women in biological sciences
  • Russian virtuoso to kick off President's Piano Series
  • Mystery Photo
  • Postdocs to present research at symposium
  • Poll shows mixed results; many voters undecided
  • School of Music offers symphonic music, jazz this week
  • Beth Ebel takes helm of Harborview Injury Prevention Center
  • Rosenblatt wins Physicians for Social Responsibility award
  • Horvath and Shugerman receive Courage to Teach Award
  • Hood elected to all three National Academies
  • Debra Schwinn honored for research excellence
  • Watching violence on TV linked to later trouble for young boys
  • Expanding opportunity: New associate vice provost looks to increase diversity of UW faculty
  • Etc.: News & Notes
  • Organ, piano concerts set this week
  • 'Tis the season to check policy on inclement weather
  • Online directory: It's your job to keep entry up to date
  • 100 years and counting: Forest Resources celebrates centennial with research showcase, gala
  • Survey to help POD determine training needs
  • Rossnagel at Red Cross, making an immediate difference
  • Neal Koblitz: Deciphering the cryptographer
  • Solar power documentary to be shown Nov. 19
  • Mystery Photos
  • Safety and students is topic of workshop
  • 3,000 tiles light up 1,001 nights
  • Provost's town meeting set for Nov. 14
  • Official Notices
  • Fenske wins top environmental, occupational health award
  • Zieniewicz takes the helm of UW Medical Center
  • Stressed out? Take a meditation break at Harborview
  • UWMC to provide patient housing at Collegiana
  • UW physician Nassim Assefi publishes debut novel
  • Pediatric students learn Hutterite approach to health care
  • Linda Hanlon smoothly blends communication and creativity
  • UW launches cutting-edge DNA 'fin-printing' project for salmon
  • Author, illustrator present 'Cruisin' the Fossil Freeway'
  • Chiara String Quartet to perform Nov. 27
  • Award-winning nonfiction writer David Laskin will speak on Nov. 16
  • Official Notices
  • Peer portfolio
  • Scientists coaxing world's oceans to reveal subsurface secrets
  • Then and now: So, was there a terminal in your future?
  • Raising the roof on the old Playhouse Theatre
  • Sonic Culture: Becoming producers, not just consumers, of media
  • Mystery Photos
  • Save money with the UW Discount Program -- it's new, and growing
  • School of Music to raise voices in song Nov. 27, 28
  • Genetic counselor Robin Bennett lauded with local, national honors
  • Faculty Dance Concert Nov. 29 - Dec.2
  • Etc
  • Report on UW women released: Statistics show substantial progress in some areas, less in others
  • New role for experienced Cauce: A dean
  • ETC.: campus news & notes
  • Oceanography student gets science writing fellowship
  • Kravas says thanks for campus generosity
  • UW alum and new author Ted Van Dyk to speak Dec. 4
  • Just call her Wikipedia wonk: UWB prof in spotlight for guiding students through online editing process
  • Newsmakers
  • A librarian's gift: Oral history project preserves memories of South Asian immigrants
  • Grad student a CNN 'heroes' finalist
  • Electric bikes coming to campus next year
  • Mystery Photos
  • Real men do sing: Renewed Glee Club proves it
  • UW biologists lead natural history lessons on squid
  • Official notices
  • Team turns up 'HEAT' on patient safety
  • It's a musical week at the UW
  • Medieval music on tap at Mary Gates
  • Sleepless in Seattle? UW sleep disorders clinic can help
  • Seymour Klebanoff gets AAMC lifetime research award
  • A conversation with Carol Teitz: Associate dean for admissions, School of Medicine
  • Patient's stay inspires award-winning children's book
  • Foege named among 18 'best leaders'
  • Rudensky to speak on immune responses
  • UW greenhouse gases down 10 percent from 2001 to 2005, inventory finds
  • American College of Physicians state chapter honors Paauw
  • Scribner Award nominations due Feb. 29
  • Mitchell receives distinguished nursing research award
  • School of Dentistry and Children's to develop joint dental clinic
  • Operation Peanut Butter to aid Northwest Harvest food banks
  • Still time to give: Combined Fund Drive extended through Dec. 14
  • Architects, engineers 'court' UW in on-the-job version of speed dating
  • Small renovation makes big difference in locker room turned library
  • Finnish piano virtuoso Antti Siirala debuts at Meany Hall
  • Religious politics now pervasive, says new book, 'The God Strategy'
  • UW has two finalists, one Marshall Scholar
  • Life Sciences Discovery Fund offers 2008 grant opportunities
  • Submissions sought for 2008 online learning award
  • UW-directed online project suggests roads and transit package voters might like
  • In brief
  • Doctoral education should evolve to accommodate change in students, career paths, report says
  • Then and now: 20 years of growth, by the numbers
  • See the world and study it, too: UW launches travel-study tours program
  • 2002 Alaskan quake left seven areas of California stirred but not shaken
  • Rising tides intensify non-volcanic tremor in Earth's crust
  • UWB Business Development Center gets support from Snohomish County
  • Women's Vocal Jazz, Jazz I Ensemble to perform Dec. 8
  • ETC.: campus news & notes
  • Mystery Photos
  • Herb Kramer and the Scientific Instruments Department: Making problems 'go away'
  • Birds of Yellowstone lecture at the Burke Dec. 8
  • Free software brings affordability, transparency to mathematics
  • Orthodontics residents showcase wire-bending talents
  • New chair appointed to Restorative Dentistry
  • Health Sciences and UWMC celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Health Sciences research opportunities
  • UW selected to study environment, human disease link
  • UW funding renewed for nutrition and diabetes studies
  • Sylvia Wolf named Henry Art Gallery director
  • Arboretum loses a champion tree
  • Dance work about the Vietnam War to be featured in concert at Meany
  • UW's historic films so popular they get an encore performance
  • Keeping library materials safe in case of emergency: A job for The Disaster Guy
  • Many opportunities to help others on MLK Jr. Day of Service Jan. 21
  • Then and now: Tons of progress in recycling since 1991
  • 'Lord of the Rings' creator JRR Tolkien topic of 2008 History Lecture Series
  • Oboe, piano trio featured in upcoming School of Music concerts
  • Hacking the cubicle: Students learn to design for the occupants
  • Mystery Photos
  • UW police nearly twice national average in women officers
  • UW researchers launch study designed to try to prevent autism
  • Small is beautiful: Gallery celebrates the art of microfluids research
  • Harborview receives Foster S. McGaw Prize for Excellence
  • Treating the behaviors of Alzheimer's disease
  • She's not a cop -- she's the 'MD coach'
  • Arriving at neuroscience via physics
  • New 'Treat you well' marketing campaign will promote UW Medicine services
  • UW Medicine progress report Jan. 31
  • 'Zarzuela': Employee quilt art on display
  • 2007: A year of accomplishment for UW Health Sciences
  • Celebrating Plateau cultures at Burke: 'This Place Called Home' and 'Peoples of the Plateau' open Jan. 26
  • State sea levels could rise considerably by end of century
  • UW to participate in national teach-in Jan. 31: Global warming solutions to be discussed
  • Etc: Campus news & notes
  • 'Extremely lean' budget expected this year
  • Belcea String Quartet plays Meany Jan. 23
  • Ex-Oregon State staffers to head equal opportunity, counseling center