UW Uweek Archive List: Page 11

  • Memory and aging: What's normal, what's not, and what you can do about it
  • Lorie Wild named UWMC chief nursing officer
  • Salute Harborview Gala sets record for community support
  • Two UW Medicine faculty honored for excellence in teaching
  • Seattle Magazine conducts annual 'top docs' survey
  • Slide show: Planning & budgeting is on the move
  • UW to host deep vein thrombosis awareness event March 12
  • World TB Day is March 24
  • News from Legislature: Few gains but few losses, Hodgins says
  • This is not a drill: The earth actually is moving beneath western Washington
  • '24': A night of music from wind ensemble, bands on March 11
  • Brechemin Scholarship Concert March 7
  • Scenes from operas classic and new in School of Music's Opera workshop March 13
  • UWPD Citizens Academy coming Wednesdays, April 2 to June 4
  • Gospel and jazz singing featured in School of Music concerts March 8, 10
  • Art show, 'open stage' planned by Filipino American group
  • Got a complaint? Help is available in several places
  • Celebration of life planned for UWB's Jane Decker
  • Paul Jenny chosen as UW's vice provost for planning and budgeting
  • Shah wins Sloan Industry Studies Fellowship
  • UW president selected as member of Council on Foreign Relations
  • Mother-daughter conflict, low serotonin level may be deadly combination
  • Students polish language skills by performing plays in Spanish
  • Class Notes: Learning by teaching, writing and service
  • Then and Now: The events surrounding Gerbfest, June 1995
  • Mystery Photos
  • Building community campuswide with faculty/staff groups
  • Leila Haddad & the Ghawazee Musicians of Luxor Perform at Meany Hall
  • Architect was inspired by television's talking horse
  • UW, Pacific Science Center expand Polar Science Weekend activities
  • Naturalist to speak March 7 at Suzzallo
  • U District 'Museum Without Walls' Seeks Community Input
  • Opera star, 100-voice combined choirs, symphony combine for 'A Sea Symphony' March 14
  • UW Chorale sings with Seattle Symphony, Marvin Hamlisch
  • Robert Knopp named first McMillen Professor
  • Study links cell death and inflammation
  • Obesity study to examine geographic, economic disparities
  • A pair of passions
  • Empowering patients, preserving dreams
  • 2008 Health Sciences Open House set for April 25 & 26
  • Universitywide award recipients announced
  • Mystery Photo
  • Graduate, professional students celebrated
  • United Way honors Everly for coordinator role
  • Etc: campus news and notes
  • Cox named vice chancellor at UW Bothell
  • Follow the 'fleet': You can look through a virtual window to research in Glacier Bay, Alaska
  • Home Improvement Fair helps you maximize space
  • UW Parking guide writes mystery and calls it, what else, 'Secluded Parking'
  • Bruce Lee to Jackie Chan: Film and martial arts
  • A video stroll through the aisles of BizTech2008
  • Implantable wireless: Blessing and threat
  • 'Evolution in the Evening' series offers timely look at tricky subject
  • UW photographers present exhibit
  • Engineers Without Borders hosts conference
  • Macedonian pianist to play Meany for third time April 1
  • New Zealand group Black Grace making Seattle debut at Meany April 3-5
  • Official notices
  • Social dominance or big brains? Wasps may answer question of which came first, research shows
  • UW Parking guide writes mystery and calls it, what else, 'Secluded Parking'
  • Harborview Gala sets record for Mission of Caring Fund
  • UW medical students participate in residency match day
  • U.S. News & World Report gives health sciences programs top ranking
  • American Cancer Society grants funding to UW scientists
  • March of Dimes gives Peter Byers lifetime achievement award
  • Science in Medicine Lecture set for April 9
  • UW medical students participate in Residency Match Day
  • UW schools of health sciences rank at top of annual poll
  • Health Sciences calendar of events, April 3 - 10
  • Accrediting progress to be reviewed April 21-22
  • Mystery Photos
  • Student and her flying feet entertain at airports
  • Broken Obelisk removed for renovation
  • Quincy Jones to be UW commencement speaker, receive honorary doctorate
  • Get your tickets now for UW Community Celebration
  • Lectures explore faith, finance in American politics
  • Conference acts as matchmaker for business and life sciences
  • Three UW students honored as medalists
  • Public meeting on proposed increases to parking, U-PASS set for April 9
  • Study reveals competitiveness of pro staff total compensation
  • Libraries staffers enjoy spring (rolls) a little early
  • Then and Now: Dawgs in space
  • Free tickets available for artist's lecture
  • Attendees at first-ever Women's Summit explore issues
  • Compassion is theme as students work during Alternative Spring Break
  • Task Force students investigate college apparel industry in Guatemala
  • Williamson to give Samuel E. Kelly Lecture April 23
  • Burke Museum summer camps: Dinosaurs, DNA, polar bears and climate change
  • Slideshow: Columns come home to Sylvan Theater
  • Campus paint markings mean a new, georeferenced campus map is under way
  • Spring training for parents? Youth sport programs would benefit
  • Satellites can help Arctic grazers survive killer winter storms
  • Irish pianist teaches, performs at UW
  • Musical theater symposium slated April 11-12
  • Engineers Without Borders students in Bolivia
  • International Humanitarian award for UW Engineers Without Borders project in Bolivia
  • UW Medicine and Premera host Health Summit
  • Researchers link genetic errors to schizophrenia
  • Getting to know Carlos Pellegrini
  • Going to extremes: Physician-athlete studies endurance
  • Community health-trained docs tend to help underserved
  • Now hear this: New Outdoor Alert emergency broadcast system tested and ready
  • Mystery Photo
  • Etc: Campus news and notes
  • Evolutionary biologist to speak on organism-environment interaction
  • UW staffer gets Smart with her commuting
  • Live broadcasts, webcasts planned for Dalai Lama
  • Police chief finalists to visit
  • Rebuilding Afghanistan: Leaders in government, nonprofits study at Evans School
  • New professional guardianship program launched
  • Legislature: Restraint followed by more restraint
  • Get your Gaelic on with Oran nan Car
  • Early Childhood and Family Studies program: Reaching students early with quality education
  • Popcorn-ball design doubles efficiency of dye-sensitized solar cells
  • New fish has a face even Dale Chihuly could love
  • Official notices
  • BFA students showcased in upcoming exhibits
  • Human trafficking conference slated
  • Pavel Haas Quartet makes Seattle debut at Meany Hall
  • Hubble offers real-time look at Internet's 'black holes'
  • Sherman Alexie to be keynote speaker at Literary Voices event for UW Libraries
  • Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter to give Gloyd Lecture May 1
  • Alzheimer's disease expert to present Hille Lecture April 22
  • Not all smoke alarms created equal
  • Idaho foundation establishes scholarship for medical students
  • Visiting professor for cardiothoracic surgery to lecture May 2
  • Genome Sciences to present panel and symposium April 23, 24
  • High-tech simulators enhance nursing education
  • Mystery Photos
  • 4th Annual Washington Weekend set for April 24-26
  • UW architecture students win first prize for homeless memorial
  • Arts programs show off at ARTS EXPO(SED) April 25
  • Bands, ensemble combine for evening of music April 21
  • UW Botanic Gardens' maple collection gets national recognition
  • A conservation success story: Hoh River restoration celebrated in traveling exhibit at Burke
  • New iSchool center seeks collaborators
  • Publications Services becomes Creative Communications
  • UW to lead $6.25 million project creating electronic Sherlock Holmes
  • World premier of 'Fair Play' kicks off drama school's Discovery Lab Series
  • Walls between nations analyzed in April 22 lecture
  • Peer Portfolio
  • Migdal to deliver Provost Distinguished Lecture
  • Qawwali music to be performed at Meany April 26
  • Craig Sheppard to perform Book II of 'Well-Tempered Clavier' April 23
  • Tickets available today for Black Panthers program
  • Summer program guide available from WorkLife
  • Tower dedication set for April 25th
  • UW to launch Northwest Institute for Genetic Medicine
  • U.S. life expectancy worsens for some
  • Construction workers take science breaks