UW Uweek Archive List: Page 13

  • Official notices
  • Show Husky pride at Safeco Field July 18
  • UW will expand certificate programs in Abu Dhabi
  • Chinese sport paper-cutting exhibit comes to Suzzallo
  • 'University Week' then and now: An open future online, starting in September
  • Labor, environmentalists seek good green jobs
  • Harborview celebrates opening of Maleng Building
  • Ellen Howard honored with 2008 DeBakey Outreach Award
  • Pacific Rim health officials tackle pandemic influenza
  • UW research complex opens at South Lake Union
  • 14 UW Medical Center departments move to UW Tower
  • Welcome back, Broken Obelisk
  • Prof's gift funds environmental justice studies
  • Etc: Campus News and Notes
  • Veteran high-tech executive named to head TechTransfer
  • Agreement creates exchange with Australian university
  • Regents OK new college, tuition hike
  • UW second in grad student Peace Corps volunteers
  • Parking, U-PASS rates are going up July 1
  • Chinese paper cuttings at Suzzallo
  • Photographers display alternate methods in exhibit
  • Ounce of prevention: Communities that Care plan helps middle school kids
  • Gene silencer, quantum dots reduce protein production
  • Capturing a fading world: 'The Last Polar Bear' at the Burke Museum
  • Tool lets the blind surf Web anywhere
  • Educational outreach honors standout teachers
  • 'John Brown': Jacob Lawrence's dramatic series in residence in Allen Library for five years
  • Official Notices
  • Mystery Photo
  • Teenagers attending college less likely to engage in risky sexual behavior
  • Like a rock: New mineral named for UW astronomer
  • Scientists find 245 million-year-old burrows of land vertebrates in Antarctica
  • Exploring stigma and health
  • UWMC takes part in WHO safe surgery checklist initiative
  • UW Medicine lands top information technology award
  • Tremendous losses shape 'interesting' life
  • Medical center lauded again as top environmental performer
  • Penguins sounding climate change alarm
  • Understanding salmon as ecosystems in action
  • Everyone's invited to grand opening of waterfront
  • Etc. Campus news & notes
  • Mystery Photo
  • Stayin' alive: Researchers foil seasonal programmed brain cell death in living birds
  • Hawaiian park reborn, thanks to UW students
  • Tickets still available for Mariners game July 18
  • Bankers, boomerangers, rockers and more -- a summer of conference guests at the UW
  • Making faces: Theatrical makeup class draws majors and nonmajors alike
  • Official Notices
  • Grabbing lunch in summer: More options than you think
  • 'Jazz on a Summer's Day' at the Henry
  • School of Music presents free concerts July 20, 22
  • Jack Thompson leaves public health leadership post
  • Consortium to help reshape Thai pharmacy practices
  • Eileen Whalen appointed HMC executive director
  • Stephanie Steppe steps down
  • UW medical student vaults her way to the Olympics
  • Another sign of changing times: Suzzallo's periodicals desk to close Aug. 23
  • Governor calls for fuel reduction, hiring freeze
  • Rock, Paper, Scissors event at Henry Aug. 9
  • Fellowships for Canadian study come to UW
  • Abstinence: Teens, adults speak different languages
  • Parasitic fly influences nocturnal bee behavior
  • New research challenges notion that dinosaur soft tissues still survive
  • Bulging prison system called massive intervention in American family life
  • Mystery Photo
  • UW to host CIA officer for research residency
  • UW at the Olympics: Social work practicum coordinator to referee tae kwon do
  • Husky Band leader a director of Beijing Olympic Orchestra
  • Teachers as change agents: New UW Bothell teacher education program aims for something radical
  • Faculty, staff female singers wanted for choir
  • Amid the ice, hot smoker vents
  • A home away from home for international students
  • Official Notices
  • Etc: Campus news and notes
  • An artful match: Summer day camps and the Jacob Lawrence Gallery
  • Ivory poaching at critical levels: Elephants on path to extinction by 2020?
  • Public Health Informatics 2008 set for Sept. 18-19
  • UW Medicine physicians recognized for diabetes care
  • African American surgeons exhibit comes to UW
  • Extraordinary response to global health request for proposals
  • Sherr wins Young Investigator Award for HIV/AIDS work
  • Pharmacy student receives fellowship to target Uganda's health
  • What's in a name? UW doc's is Hayes, Rutherford P. (not B.) Hayes
  • Burke to host photo exhibit of birds from the Arctic Sept. 13--Dec. 31
  • Official Notices
  • All that dance: High schoolers eyes open to dance through GEAR UP program
  • Signing by cell: Can you see me now?
  • 'Rising from Ruins': UW filmmaker traces recovery struggle
  • Space flyers to land in Seattle Sept. 15--20
  • UW employees can rent at Radford Court
  • Getting to know UW: Orientation returns to in-person format
  • From the editor: Goodbye to all that; 'UWeek' going paperless
  • Hearing impaired students to show animation work Friday
  • Mystery Photo
  • UW ranked 16th among 500 schools
  • The 160-mile download diet: Local file sharing drastically cuts network load
  • Brown tree snake could mean Guam will lose more than its birds
  • Underwater scout: New robot searches out best locations for components of undersea lab
  • Cataloguing invisible life: Microbe genome emerges from lake sediment
  • Tuscany provides backdrop for pharmacy education
  • Fairs set for Fall Prevention Awareness Day Sept. 18
  • Bugs put the heat in chili peppers
  • Science in Medicine Lecture Sept. 25
  • UW Medicine & Seattle Public Library series launches Sept. 3
  • UW to study Hispanic achievement gap
  • Survival after emergency cardiac arrest treatment varies widely
  • UW pharmacy students help the Seahawks tackle hypertension
  • Annie Lam honored for Asian community-outreach program
  • Genetic counselor puts her heart into refugee volunteer work
  • Come to Qwest Field for Puget Sound Heart Walk Oct. 4
  • Family raises funds for UW Medical Center's NICU
  • Norm Maleng Building to showcase distinguished art collection
  • Life celebration planned for Michael Wellings
  • New UWT building fills need for assembly space
  • Do you see what I see? Babies can tell
  • Have a blast with bugs at the Burke Sept. 28
  • UW architecture and urban planning renamed the College of Built Environments
  • Immigrant Sun: Our star could be far from where it started in Milky Way
  • Two Special Collections films to be featured at Northwest Film Forum
  • How media covered Katrina aftermath affects response by blacks and whites
  • PACCAR Hall construction prompts parking revisions
  • UWPD renews its national accreditation
  • "e;An incredible thing"e;: MacArthur-winning researcher surprised, delighted by award
  • Pianist Jade Simmons makes Seattle debut
  • UW student 'stands up with pride' after winning songwriting contest
  • My, what big teeth you had! -- Extinct species had large teeth on roof of mouth
  • Mystery Photo
  • Online classes or in-person instruction? UW Extension offers a blend of both
  • 'Safety Stand Down': Honoring construction workers and stressing safe practices
  • Etc.: Campus News & Notes
  • Computer training classes available
  • Henry to honor an artist on 'The Brink'
  • Notices
  • Free blood pressure screenings Thursdays at the Employee Health Clinic
  • Cause of conduct problems among girls appears to be different than in boys
  • UW Libraries, WashPIRG co-sponsor Presidential Debate Watch
  • UW students win award for earthquake relief work
  • All welcome at UWPD Open House Wednesday afternoon
  • A tale of two dog owners -- and the canines who love them
  • Mystery Photo
  • Shen to head national pharmaceutical group
  • Historian Stephanie Smallwood wins Frederick Douglass Book Prize
  • Laughter is the best medicine during UW's Work and Family Month celebration
  • An outsider's view of the French health care system
  • Photo exhibit displays the impact of the war in Iraq
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Best of the best: Graduate School rewards student work with three new awards
  • Proteins in seminal fluid affect reproductive success
  • UW again receives grade of A- on sustainability
  • Consultants, subconsultants come together at second Capital Projects networking event