UW Uweek Archive List: Page 15

  • Asian Languages and Literature notes centennial with discussion of how languages interact
  • Book store offers thank you event for students, faculty, staff Nov. 20
  • Science in Medicine Lecture to explore cell death and inflammation
  • Busy CFD coordinator: 'I've always volunteered -- it would be weird if I didn't'
  • Campus video, films sought by UW Libraries
  • A family-friendly zone: The School of Law's Claire Sherman Thomas Remote Learning Center
  • New compound makes certain bacteria less virulent
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Donations sought for University District food bank, where need is greater than ever
  • Mystery Photo
  • Check on your work responsibilities during inclement weather
  • Web site exposes previously undocumented KKK activity in Washington
  • UW Medicine receives $1 million to support hospital caregivers
  • Award-winning poet Madeline DeFrees to speak at Suzzallo Nov. 14
  • Official Notices
  • New book will tell much you didn't know about Northwest weather
  • John Vinson selected as UW chief of police
  • Click your way to savings at UW Press Web site
  • Cheerful Givers group holds workshop at noon today
  • Internationally known oceanographer's memorial Nov. 16 on campus
  • Ballet group returns with new work, 'Long River, High Sky'
  • A variety of styles coming in performance from the School of Music
  • Celebrating centenaries in music
  • Children's author Gerald McDermott to speak on 'Heroes and Tricksters'
  • AIDS and STD research symposium set for Nov. 21
  • Museum Without Walls project plans meeting Nov. 18
  • A conversation with School of Nursing Dean Marla Salmon
  • UW Medicine clinics, medical centers participate in community checkup report
  • Harborview legend Michael Copass begins leadership transition
  • Study finds that having a big heart is not always a good thing
  • Bio-Molecular Imaging Center gives researchers unique view of diseases and conditions
  • Track your fitness, environmental impact with new cell phone applications
  • Mystery Photo
  • A commitment to the CFD, even from a temporary staffer
  • Dennis Lang: The activist behind disability studies at the UW
  • New member of UW Emergency Management creates sessions on disaster response
  • Free energy assessments offered for 20 Seattle-area businesses
  • Stephen E. Hanson selected as vice provost, UW Office of Global Affairs
  • Students make holiday papers from wheat straw, giant reed grass instead of wood
  • Yes you can: Carlson Center seeks 2009 MLK Jr. Day of Service project leaders
  • UW, volunteers join forces trying to save Washington's imperiled plants
  • Official Notices
  • Pinning down the fleeting Internet: Web crawler archives historical data for easy searching
  • Class Notes: Students' work flies high in rockets class
  • School of Drama peeks behind the Iron Curtain with powerful comedy, 'The Quick-Change Room'
  • Mammals rule at Burke Museum Family Day Nov. 22
  • School of Music ensembles present jazz, percussion and more
  • Financial Crisis: Perspectives from the UW
  • The sounds of singing: Opera, chorales, chamber singers and CarolFest coming from School of Music
  • Panel of scholars looks at religion as promoter of human rights, peace
  • Special Collections exhibit will include Bagley, Mercer family memorabilia
  • Stress hinders rats' decision-making abilities
  • Name that dog, part two
  • Tapping librarians, researchers aim beyond Google toward credibility
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Jacob Lawrence Gallery presents 'Works on Paper + Small 3D'
  • UW has 1,100 more students than predicted
  • Harborview burn rehab manager wins international award
  • UW-WSU collaboration on animal-human health breaks new ground
  • Baker wins 2008 Sackler International Prize in Biophysics
  • Weber recognized for contributions to psychiatric pharmacy
  • Health policy interests converge at annual confab
  • What do you have in mind? Ethical questions in neuroscience
  • Chan and Coldwell appointed to endowed dentistry posts
  • Harborview and UW Medical Center art on display at Seattle City Hall
  • Faculty honored for outstanding work
  • Health Sciences Events
  • Mystery Photo
  • Paul Yager named chair of bioengineering
  • Six-year study: School finance systems work against student learning
  • Final for freshman event planning seminar is an event itself
  • Lauded Harlem Quartet to play Meany Hall on Dec. 9
  • Students know a lot about computers -- but knowledge is superficial, program shows
  • Newsmakers
  • Soccer camp planned Dec. 26-28
  • School of Music presents student works, women's vocal jazz, organ music and guest cellist Julian Schwarz
  • University Symphony presents Beethoven, Schumann and Bruch works Dec. 5
  • Run, Nic, run! Staffer raising money with 13 marathons in 12 weeks
  • Official Notices
  • Scorelator: New virtual TA grades programming homework in seconds
  • Peer Portfolio
  • Elementary school intervention increases mental, sexual health, economic status
  • Spicy Puget Sound: Fish swim in 'big, dilute latte,' research shows
  • First World Report on Child Injury to be introduced at UW: Global experts to speak at forum Dec. 11
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service is Jan. 19
  • Combined Fund Drive extended a week to Dec. 12
  • Terrorism: It's not just Sept. 11, students learn
  • University Week takes a break
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Two UW faculty receive Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers at White House ceremony
  • Coming up
  • Larry Kessler named chair of Health Services
  • Best of 2008: UW Medicine
  • Best of 2008: School of Dentistry
  • Best of 2008: School of Nursing
  • Best of 2008: School of Pharmacy
  • Six UW profs named Fellows of AAAS
  • Best of 2008: School of Public Health and Community Medicine
  • Best of 2008: School of Social Work
  • Entrepreneurship expert to speak at UW Bothell
  • New vessel provides platform to test innovative equipment, conduct research
  • Burke's Artifact Identification Day slated Jan. 10
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Combating overmedication one patient at a time
  • Half of world's population could face climate-induced food crisis by 2100
  • Charter schools offer college prep alternative for inner-city students
  • Martin Luther King tributes planned at Harborview, Health Sciences
  • OSP implements new two-day advance deadline for all proposals
  • Skating for a reason: UWT student raising money for Boys & Girls Clubs
  • Mary Gates Hall getting tech upgrade, thanks to Gates family
  • Taking math to the streets: Students solve real-world problems with mathematics modeling
  • UW Day of Service organizers seeking volunteers
  • Official Notices
  • The Littlefield Organ Series presents Millennia Too!
  • Burke Museum welcomes new curator of Native American ethnology
  • Mystery Photo
  • Peking Acrobats return to Meany Hall
  • Photographers sought for annual competition
  • UW prof, alum present work from their residency in China
  • Local businesses give back to their community, study finds
  • Looking back at universities during other economic crises
  • Freshman, sophomore, junior medalists named
  • Winter wonderland
  • Cuong Vu Trio presents master classes for music students
  • It's the real thing: Compostable Coca-Cola cup launched at UW
  • Hubble telescope to get last tuneup
  • UW to focus on limiting losses in tough 2009 legislative season
  • Reducing people to problems: Let's 'imagine otherwise,' says UW lecturer and author of new book
  • Diabetes linked to different types of brain injury in patients with dementia
  • Nurses often not included when patients told about medical errors, study finds
  • Orthodontic wire sculptures mix art and technique
  • Mystery Photo
  • Many ideas received but more are welcome as administrators ponder UW's budget
  • Nominations sought for 'Celebrating UW Women'
  • Christy Gullion appointed UW director of federal relations
  • JACK Quartet to perform Jan. 16 at School of Music
  • Bassist Scott Pingel to offer master class, concert Jan. 21
  • Grad school seeks to increase recruitment of underrepresented students with improvements to National Name Exchange
  • Yes he can: UW student plans Obama's premier inaugural ball
  • New Housing and Food Services director named
  • World music featured in Jan. 20 concert
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • New medical-legal partnership focuses on families
  • John L. Hancock, professor emeritus of urban planning, to be remembered Jan. 23
  • Henry Louis Gates Jr. to meet with UW law students
  • Puppets and prosthetics featured in Meet the Charities event Jan. 30
  • Official Notices
  • A reminder: OSP has a new two-day advance deadline for all proposals