UW Uweek Archive List: Page 14

  • Psychologists show experience may be the best teacher for infants
  • Finalists for UW police chief to visit campus
  • Attention gardeners: Bulb and plant sale at the Arboretum
  • Official Notices
  • Compared to all commercial carriers, log truckers have better safety record
  • UW scientists discover link to range of pediatric disorders
  • Newsmakers
  • National Geographic brings Young Explorers program to UW
  • Just in time for school: Free Adeona service tracks stolen laptops
  • Annual 'Bridging the Gap' Breakfast celebrates diversity
  • Luce lectures consider religion and the U.S. presidential election
  • Walker-Ames Lecture looks at media coverage of Iraqi deaths
  • Search tool that makes drugs safer is poised for growth
  • Scientists discover clues to enzyme that helps eye detect light
  • UWPD's crime victim advocate honors the memory of Rebecca Griego with her work
  • 2008 Combined Fund Drive kicks off with charity fair, food drive Oct. 15 in Mary Gates Commons
  • UW proud to host National Academy of Education Oct. 17-18
  • Faculty-staff-retiree gifts to the University show depths of connection
  • 'From Invention to Start-Up' back by popular demand
  • Preserved by ice: Glacial dams helped prevent erosion of Tibetan plateau
  • Engineering inspired by nature is topic of lecture series
  • Protect your stuff with the Equipment Insurance Program
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Dawg Dash, 'Pride in 5' short film contest featured among Homecoming celebrations
  • UW to lead $40 million landmark study of children's health
  • A lactation station celebration -- on Oct. 13
  • Burke co-sponsors 'Lucy Talks' lecture series, opening Oct. 16
  • Official Notices
  • Slide show: Travel the world -- in a garden
  • Transportation survey under way
  • UCAR arrives at UW Bothell
  • Mystery photo
  • Resident advisers get hands-on practice in fire safety
  • MOMIX returns to Meany Hall with concert of favorites
  • President Emmert to speak Tuesday, Oct. 14
  • Faculty, staff invited to bring kids to college planning evening
  • New eProcurement system goes live online Oct. 13
  • Pharmacy student receives coveted Roybal Scholarship
  • Harborview nurse wins 2008 Rona Jaffe Writer's Award
  • Health Science G Wing renovation completed
  • Communication is key to surviving public health crises
  • First African-American UW med school graduate, dies at 79
  • Tumor Vaccine Group to host open house Oct. 23
  • Eileen Whalen takes the helm of Harborview Medical Center
  • Global blindness is topic of medicine lecture Oct. 23
  • Changes in structure, academic review process among those recommended in Graduate School review
  • Y'all come to the Homecoming rally Oct. 17
  • Nominees sought for University ombudsman
  • Polls may underestimate Obama's support by 3 to 4 percent
  • Third Emerald City Search -- this year allied with amphibians -- runs Oct. 15-24
  • Panel Oct. 16 considers energy policy priorities for the next administration
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Brain nerve cells can control stimulation of paralyzed muscles
  • Official Notices
  • 'Rhodes Scholarship' for teaching one of two new scholarship programs at College of Education
  • Peer Portfolio
  • Mystery photo
  • Nominations now open for a host of annual awards
  • CFD volunteer protects kitties through all nine lives
  • Scientists develop new cancer-killing compound from salad plant
  • Pierce, Everett and Kitsap transit companies join growing U-PASS program
  • Top UW administrators receive national honors
  • New course leads to student contest for environmental solutions
  • Introducing the new Secretary of the Faculty, Marcia Killien
  • Trombone, piano featured in upcoming concerts
  • UW committee and conference organized for Puget Sound area's safety
  • UW to host two evenings on world financial crisis
  • Discussions of Common Book planned
  • Kaeberlein, Li land new scholar awards in aging
  • Merati and Weaver honored by otolaryngology group
  • UW researchers receive Gates Foundation Explorations grants
  • Bernstein, Shen and Parviz selected Inventors of the Year
  • Stamatoyannopoulos to head epigenome mapping center
  • Department of Rehabilitation receives two national grants
  • Trauma, burn cases sharpen oculofacial surgeons' nips and tucks
  • Mummy comes out for Family Day
  • Students bring their best 15 minutes to the annual Concerto Competition
  • Philip Bell to give College of Education fall lecture Oct. 28
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • UW Neighborhood Clinics offer convenient, world-class health care
  • Public officials from China's Hunan Province at UW to study public records law
  • Works by art professor next up in Lawrence Gallery
  • Jazz for vibes, viola virtuosity and spooky organ music coming from School of Music
  • French plays, in French, offered by student group
  • Hurricane Gustav changes UW professor's plans for film about that other hurricane
  • Centennial Lecture Series kicks off with lecture by Anand Yang
  • Newsmakers
  • You can review your insurance or start a flex plan during Open Enrollment Oct. 27 to Nov. 30
  • Child abuse increases risk for later sexually coercive behavior in some men
  • UW Bothell to offer MBA in Bellevue
  • Official Notices
  • New Faculty Senate Chair David Lovell sees busy year ahead
  • Music student jazzes up New Orleans-style 'Twelfth Night'
  • Mystery Photo
  • Financial crisis like a game of musical chairs that became painfully expensive
  • Environmental Health & Safety's VanDusen bids farewell to UW
  • Health disparities linked to poor physician communications
  • UW and WSU researchers target the science behind infectious diseases
  • Sir David Cox to present Biostatistics' Breslow Distinguished Lecture
  • Beware! Halloween tooth decay is lurking
  • High school students attend UW dental camp
  • Danger, massive amounts of data ahead; eScience Institute can help
  • Mystery Photo
  • Is your teenager hiding an eating disorder?
  • UW Bothell hosts two authors at campus library
  • Name that dawg
  • Like rest of society, doctors implicitly favor whites over blacks
  • Woodstick 2008 to benefit hearing research at UW
  • UW students to work at polling places election day
  • 'In good hands': Foundation for International Understanding Through Students celebrates 60 years of welcoming newcomers
  • A quilting life: Even after many years, staffer finds comfort in quilts
  • Somerman affirms School of Dentistry's mission of social responsibility
  • Machala brings spirit of entrepreneurship to UW
  • A look behind the veil at sexuality in Islam -- second of four in the Centennial Lecture Series
  • Work of 16 photographers featured in HUB Gallery
  • From academic to artist: Richey retires to new career
  • Scientists find evidence of tsunamis on Indian Ocean shores long before 2004
  • Rob Brown: Helping make the Combined Fund Drive a success
  • Official Notices
  • Class Notes: Games class combines work and play
  • Common Book event and photo exhibit bring border to life
  • EntrepreneurWeek UW features variety of events Nov. 3-7
  • The silver lining of lost parking privileges
  • Green neighborhoods may reduce childhood obesity
  • UW Medical Center expansion project to break ground this winter
  • UW Photographers Group launches fall exhibit Nov. 11
  • UW receives nearly $17 million to study emerging respiratory viruses
  • Researchers find that mouse heart can regenerate diseased tissue
  • Inauguration of Diabetes and Obesity Center set for Nov. 14
  • Climate Survey 2008: Satisfaction, and continued improvement
  • Mystery Photo
  • Home sweet pond: Salmon return to campus
  • A homecoming for director of opera 'Il Mondo della Luna'
  • Two profs to talk about 'What Really Happened' in election
  • Expert on foster care to lecture Nov. 13
  • UW Bothell celebrates new Cultural Studies Program with guest lecturer Toby Miller
  • DNA provides 'smoking gun' in the case of the missing songbirds
  • Writing Day launches second phase of Writing in the Majors
  • By popular demand: Department of Scandinavian Studies celebrates its centennial
  • Inspirations for Seales' music range from Paris to Bellingham
  • UWT and Russian journalism students collaborate on news project
  • Second lecture in 'Lucy Talks' features forensic anthropologist Nov. 13
  • Math series kicks off with talk by Felsenstein
  • Planetarium open to public for winter of starry, starry nights
  • Man who committed suicide in Red Square identified
  • Gerberding bells to ring in honor of mathematician
  • Official Notices
  • Postdocs show their work at 4th annual research symposium Nov. 14 in the HUB
  • Drewnowski to give Public Health's Distinguished Faculty Lecture
  • Sanford's research focuses on places that are hard to reach and forces that are difficult to measure