UW Uweek Archive List: Page 12

  • Journalists to discuss global health reporting on May 1
  • UW researchers link dietary restrictions, aging
  • Nurse passes Japanese drumming to next generation
  • Chalk one up for coccolithophores: Single-celled algae successfully fight ocean acidification, UW scientists say
  • Faculty have resources for the resolution of disputes
  • Mystery Photos
  • 'The Daily' earns national honors
  • Etc: Campus news and notes
  • Thornburgh to speak on disability rights
  • Seeing green at Hazel Wolf Film Fest
  • Which team is great? Student Fiscal Services Outreach, that's who
  • Official notices
  • Double bass concert set for April 27
  • Marimbas, sax in the spotlight in two concerts
  • Lecture looks at Buddhism under Pol Pot
  • Mudrock named Distinguished Librarian
  • 'Tunnel of Oppression' April 29-May 1 at HUB
  • CSS Speaker Series Tackles Issue of climate change
  • Housewarming: Help make the Collegiana feel like home
  • South Lake Union informational session set for May 12
  • Johns Hopkins' president to give Moss Lecture on May 8
  • Randall Moon to give Science in Medicine Lecture May 22
  • School of Medicine launches Hispanic health pathway
  • Avram Hershko to give the Hans Neurath Lecture on May 8
  • Two UW profs elected to National Academy of Sciences
  • Mystery Photos
  • Better benefits: A few enhancements from WorkLife
  • Class notes: Learning to manage conflicts over natural resources
  • Educational Outreach comes together at UW Tower
  • Globalization and graduate education subject of discussion May 7
  • Refugee advocate to speak May 15
  • Paul Taylor Dance Company at Meany May 1-3
  • Prize winner goin' to the Dawgs
  • 'Elder statesman' Pitre helped plant seeds of change in the 1960s
  • Celebrating four decades of diversity
  • Linda Buck elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • Then and now: The message of Bill Gates III
  • Learning goals projects among 41 poster presentations at Symposium on Teaching and Learning
  • Transnational issues in mentoring doctoral education explored May 6
  • Poet and playwright to perform May 8 at UW Tacoma
  • Vocal jazz students perform May 3
  • Ocean circulation and future climate topics of May 8 lecture
  • School of Nursing honors profession's leaders
  • Thomas Baillie named new dean of Pharmacy
  • Bioethicists tackle the hard questions
  • Scientists complete map of human genome variations
  • Don Downing named Pharmacist Leader of the Year
  • Awards and upcoming events
  • Feeling musical? Cash prize offered for new 'Song of Washington'
  • Are some UW benefits underused?
  • World music, guitars, jazz from School of Music
  • Mystery Photos
  • Etc: Campus news & notes
  • Undergrad research in spotlight May 16
  • Game's high score could earn the Nobel
  • UW to honor WW II-era Japanese American students May 18
  • A life in bell towers rings his chimes
  • American String Project performs May 14-18
  • Baltic exhibit set May 18
  • New Henry director plans education initiative
  • Report ranks UW fourth of publics
  • Seminar explores wind ensembles
  • Trouble in paradise: Global warming a greater danger to tropical species
  • College of Education begins sweeping changes in its teacher training program
  • Clothing the set: 100 yards of fabric makes the backdrop for Mozart's comic opera
  • Official notices
  • Gunn-Loke Lecture set for June 10
  • Volunteers needed for prostate study
  • Experts to address depression in older adults May 19 & 20
  • All-terrain vehicle use by children sparks concern
  • Wil's World: The Paper Cutouts of Wil Kerner
  • School of Public Health presents community service award
  • Mystery Photos
  • 'Enriching the Academy': Diversity Research Institute conference May 16 celebrates interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Combined Fund Drive offers chance to Meet the Charities
  • Cold Rush: Arctic is new focus for fossil fuel resources
  • Corigliano Quartet to appear at Meany Hall May 22
  • Washington Sea Grant Awards Geoduck Research Projects
  • From UW Police to Iraq -- and back again
  • Michael Benitez Jr. to speak on May 15
  • An evening of art songs with Stephen Rumph
  • Contemporary Group and Composer's Workshop coming from School of Music
  • Poets Mary Jo Salter and Brad Leithauser to present 45th annual Theodore Roethke reading May 20
  • James Wellman Jr. to discuss new book May 21 at University Bookstore
  • Public Hearing Notice
  • A fan of university campuses, Blume's a perfect fit for this job
  • UW Medicine honors outstanding alumni
  • Harborview names employee, manager of the year
  • Specialized blood cells keep immune system in check
  • UW lab plays supporting role in platypus genome study
  • UW docs inducted into American College of Physicians
  • On the job with UWMC Operations & Maintenance
  • In brief
  • Experiential learning: UW students get unexpected lesson when earthquake strikes
  • Mystery Photos
  • College of the Environment: New college designed to meet growing complexity, scale of Earth's challenges
  • Immigration issue is central to new Common Book
  • Introducing the classifieds, the UW's marketplace
  • Dancing in the Digital Domain concert May 29
  • Moliere's 'The Misanthrope' next up for School of Drama
  • German class to present fairy tales
  • Etc: Campus news & notes
  • Here's a chance to hear UW's own innovators, geniuses
  • UW scientists join hunt for 'God' particle to complete 'theory of everything'
  • Arctic ice research cited in polar bear listing
  • Homeless youth are class focus
  • Surveys test effects of dam removal
  • Bell dedication planned for May 31
  • Official notices
  • Vice presidents reminisce, look ahead
  • Washington Sea Grant celebrates 40 years at UW
  • Making meaning: Master of Fine Arts students show their work at the Henry
  • Krebs Lecture to mark birthday and new pharmacology professorship
  • Broudy and Elkon appointed to endowed professorships
  • Neal Futran named chair of Otolaryngology
  • Pharmacy students' public service announcement urges sun protection
  • C. Everett Koop to be honored at Children's Hospital June 4
  • Some biofuels might do more harm than good to the environment, study finds
  • Mystery photos
  • After an honorary degree, Herbert Blau reviews a busy career
  • Dawg Daze presenters wanted
  • Fire's aftermath: Students to return to Greece to report on media coverage of government
  • UW Botanic Gardens offers session on greening your home
  • Staffer returns to a beloved country from her past: Iran
  • 'Synthesis': The Visual Arts 2008 Senior Exhibition
  • A variety of styles on stage this week from School of Music
  • Jazz from School of Music on June 4, 7
  • School of Music offers Spring Opera Workshop June 5
  • Peer portfolio
  • World music from the UW Percussion Ensemble and friends June 3
  • Populating UW Tower -- a work in progress
  • UW Bothell names vice chancellor for advancement and external relations
  • Understanding global warming: The scientific basis for concern
  • UW Public Health names 2008 Distinguished Alumni
  • Teaching Scholars Program prepares education leaders
  • Improving health through education, research & service
  • Global Health redefines 'collaboration'
  • Bioengineering's Rushmer Lecture set for June 6
  • Moving Cunningham: Committee looking for new site for one of University's oldest buildings
  • UW Commencements planned June 13, 14, 15
  • Mystery Photos
  • Attention researchers: Office moves coming up
  • Etc: Campus news & notes
  • Baldasty named interim vice provost, graduate dean
  • Nominees sought for diversity award
  • Facing sophomore slump: Adviser has been there
  • Underwater communication: Robofish are the ultimate in ocean robots, keeping in touch without scientists' help
  • When it comes to nitrogen, the 'fix' is in
  • Stories of giving: Faculty, staff, retirees make a difference by supporting students
  • Faculty Senate chair looks back