UW Uweek Archive List: Page 10

  • Bionic eyes: Contact lenses with circuits, lights a possible platform for superhuman vision
  • The Uni-Commuter: One wheel is enough
  • Official notices
  • Shin, Nguyen perform music from around the world
  • Mystery photos
  • 'Climate Change: A Wake Up Call' is focus of lecture series
  • Outstanding women nominees sought
  • Kerrigan to lead UW Physicians Network
  • Mouradian named director of dental education program
  • Study links autism and genetic mutations
  • UW Mini-Medical School Feb. 5 - March 11
  • Mystery Photos
  • How's it going in 2008? New survey to measure progress of Leadership, Community and Values Initiative
  • Revolutionary theory of water focus of annual UW faculty lecture Jan. 30
  • New Biopics program matches student faces with names
  • Graduate students and Native American tribes will tap forests, farms for biofuels
  • Move over, podcasting -- screencasting's a growing trend
  • New building will come from $18 million donation from PACCAR
  • Ecologists, material scientists pursue genetics of diatom's elegant, etched casing
  • Camera in a pill offers cheaper, easier window on your insides
  • A warm thought: UW Summer Youth Programs registering
  • Then and Now: U-PASS a great value since 1991 debut
  • Piano lecture/recital and four -- count 'em four -- guitars
  • Trumpeter takes the lead in Very Vizzutti on Jan. 31
  • Simon Shaheen, Mihaela Ursuleasa Trio to perform Jan. 26 at Meany Hall
  • Paul Ramsey to give UW Medicine progress report Jan. 31
  • Official notices
  • Helping his dream come true
  • Children's environmental health unit wins EPA award
  • Nursing dean moving 'up' to teaching
  • Survey input wanted on long-term care
  • Mental health screening now available online
  • 2008 Health Sciences Open House exhibitors to meet Feb. 7
  • In brief
  • College of the Environment: UW proposes bold initiative as part of legislative request
  • Mystery Photos
  • Profs sound off on political blog
  • Nominations sought for Distinguished Librarian Award
  • Etc: Campus news and notes
  • Training sessions offered for campus violence prevention and response
  • LCVI Day set for Feb. 6
  • Rare plant care subject of talk
  • New name, new level of work for former C
  • Two leaders in sustainable design to share new professorship
  • Official Notices
  • Students learn to tell stories without words
  • Meeting focus is women in science
  • Cuong Vu and trio to jazz it up in Meany Feb. 6
  • Tally up your tonnage -- it's time again for RecycleMania
  • 'She Stoops to Conquer' next up for drama school
  • Pacific Northwest Band Festival Feb. 4-5
  • Julian Bond to speak at UW on Feb. 6
  • Jazz duets in Brechemin Auditorium Feb. 7
  • Organ master class on Feb. 4
  • Arctic lecture on Feb. 12
  • Globalization, religion is topic of talk
  • Palmiter to give Science in Medicine Lecture Feb. 13
  • C. Ronald Scott Lecture Series in Biochemical Genetics Feb. 21
  • New Strategies for HIV Prevention in Women lecture Feb. 11
  • Administrative changes at Harborview Medical Center
  • Mystery Photos
  • Campaign UW: Creating Futures surpasses $2.5 billion
  • Accelerated head growth can predict autism before behavioral symptoms start
  • Lost City pumps life-essential chemicals at rates unseen at typical black smokers
  • Contemporary Group to perform Feb. 12
  • Screening for domestic violence woefully weak in welfare offices, study shows
  • Student ensembles perform jazz at two concerts
  • Guest artist to perform on viola Feb. 15
  • Dorsey to head state's Mathematics Engineering and Science Achievement (MESA) program
  • Campus trees: Extraordinary, exemplary or merely significant?
  • Then and Now: The Professional Staff Organization at 20 years
  • Confluence of talent, timing right for School of Drama's 'Wild Black-Eyed Susans'
  • Newsmakers
  • Peer Portfolio
  • Looking for leaders: Nominations open for 2008 David P. Thorud Awards
  • Wadden named executive vice provost
  • Moving? The right move is to call these move managers
  • Super Tuesday results indicate race card may be a joker in primaries
  • Faces of the Grand Army of the Republic -- a slide presentation
  • UW lawyers win Attorney General's top award
  • Chemicals in baby products may cause harm
  • Ronald Lemire, professor of pediatrics: 1933-2008
  • Roy Colven: To Africa and back, battling AIDS
  • Neurobiology & Behavior students reach out
  • SPHCM Winter Quarter Distinguished Faculty Lecture on Feb. 26
  • Elizabeth Sterling Soule Endowed Lecture on Feb. 21
  • Every move you make: RFID technology allows users to track people as well as property
  • Mystery Photos
  • 'My team is great' -- tell the world why in an original way
  • Going paperless: 'University Week' to be delivered online-only starting in fall
  • Showing non-majors 'how science is done'
  • It's a 'Roman holiday' for UW prof
  • For the love of math: Morrow nurtures mathematicians, at work and at home
  • March is perfect for a 'Ride in the Rain'
  • Cruise information plays part in Sound solutions
  • Official Notices
  • Etc: Campus news & notes
  • French pianist here Feb. 20
  • Atmospheric Sciences scholarship to be named for Richard Reed
  • Wu Man brings Chinese pipa music to Meany Feb. 23
  • School of Nursing posts stellar achievements
  • School of Public Health and Community Medicine highlights recent achievements
  • School of Social Work nationally recognized for leadership
  • Judy Shorr bids farewell after 33 years
  • School of Pharmacy programs ranked best in the nation
  • UW Medicine Salute Harborview Gala set for March 1
  • 2007 Distinguished Faculty Lecture to air on UWTV
  • One-man show tells tales of black gay men in the South
  • Physician, musician, composer, actress all one in 'Charisma'
  • University Symphony, Seattle Symphony to perform side by side Feb. 22
  • La Compania Nacional de Danza returns to Meany Hall
  • Students develop -- themselves and photos -- through seminar, exhibit
  • School of Music offers voice recital, guest artists and some heavy metal rappin'
  • Mystery Photos
  • It came from outer space -- and likely disintegrated over northeastern Oregon
  • Zigzag: Not the shortest route, but often the most efficient
  • Business Diversity Program: Making the University more accessible
  • Recession woes spell slim budgets in state Legislature
  • Colleges combine for new minor in Education, Learning and Society
  • Yoshi Kohno wins Sloan Research Fellowship
  • UW Seattle receives President's Honor Roll award for service
  • At-risk youth, unconscious biases are subjects of psychology lectures
  • Breast cancer research and resilience are topics of UWRA campus presentations
  • Brooks to talk about 'Why Giving Matters' Feb. 28
  • Then and Now: The day the stadium addition fell
  • School of Dentistry records outstanding accomplishments
  • 'Galloping Gourmet' promotes healthy eating
  • Bacteria in women may slow HIV transmission
  • Wataha takes the helm of Restorative Dentistry
  • UWMC's room service scores high marks
  • Health Sciences in brief
  • World War II era Japanese American students get honorary degrees
  • Bells will be ringing in Gerberding tower this spring
  • Etc: Campus News & Notes
  • Toward restructuring the Faculty Senate
  • School of Art Open in Jacob Lawrence Gallery
  • Good buds: Colleagues make working possible for UW staffer after disabling illness strikes
  • Students choreograph upcoming dance concert
  • Puttin' on the Ritz at Meany
  • Mystery Photos
  • Dalai Lama to speak with students
  • Rainier Vista: Changes are in the works
  • Official Notices
  • Center for Educational Leadership: Coaching teachers, others to help students
  • Organist Ronald Ebrecht to perform at UW March 2
  • Standards and originals -- jazz this week from the School of Music
  • Celebration of the life of Don Wulff planned March 10
  • Marine Affairs endowment to honor Marc Hershman
  • Annual Katterman Lecture set for April 12