UW Uweek Archive List: Page 16

  • Freeze! UWPD promotes Polar Plunge for Special Olympics on Jan. 31
  • Teacher contracts not so inflexible, study shows
  • Updated ranking for School of Pharmacy
  • History Lecture Series to discuss The Vatican in the 20th century
  • Coming up
  • Watch the inauguration at the libraries
  • Study questions our understanding of early TB infection
  • Mystery Photo
  • Visiting scholar to lecture on antisemitism
  • Charles Hirschman to address immigration in Faculty Lecture
  • UW continues to lead U.S. universities in contributing Peace Corps volunteers
  • Concerto Competition winners solo with the UW Symphony Jan. 29
  • School of Public Health name shortened
  • UWPD places officer in HUB for lunchtime outreach
  • Surgery checklist proves worth in worldwide study
  • President Obama's Dreams from My Father named Common Book for 2009
  • Mini-Medical School begins Feb. 3
  • Career Discovery Week has information for current staff members, too
  • New data show much of Antarctica is warming more than previously thought
  • Official Notices
  • Tree death rate in Pacific Northwest doubled in 17 years
  • Coming up
  • 'Astronaut-food approach' to medical testing: Dehydrated, wallet-sized malaria tests promise better diagnoses in developing world
  • Enthusiastic audiences attend Martin Luther King Jr. tributes
  • Caffeine fix: The Burke kicks off Coffee Jan. 24 and 25
  • Infants draw on past to interpret present, understand other people's behavior
  • Technical Communication adopts new name: Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering
  • Mystery Photo
  • Saving carpet from the landfill, five tons at a time
  • Research links seismic slip and tremor, with implications for subduction zone
  • Guitar Ensemble celebrates Spain and Latin America on Feb. 6
  • Graduate School to offer workshop on succeeding in graduate education Jan. 30
  • Study looks at survival disparities in lung cancer
  • Official Notices
  • Daniell named Rohm & Haas professor of public health sciences
  • UW Bothell's Writing for Their Lives series continues with Laynie Browne
  • Registration open for UW Summer Youth Programs
  • Some of Earth's climate troubles should face burial at sea, scientists say
  • 'Big Love' a sprawling, brawling story of 50 runaway brides
  • School of Law looks back on 30 years of clinical training
  • Afghan women struggle for education
  • UW staffer and her puppets head to Bangladesh to teach kids about tooth care
  • Coming up
  • Seattle's striking history comes into focus with year-long celebration
  • Talking about teaching, twice-monthly at the UW Club
  • Trapsters -- dragsters built using mousetraps -- race at School of Art
  • UW alumna Wendy Yamashita returns to perform Jan. 31
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Media Center offers Puget Sounds, Netflix for instructors and more
  • Where do children learn science? Everywhere, new research shows
  • Series examines how new technology transforms way we see planet
  • Heartburn belies reflux's complex causes, subtle symptoms
  • Missing piece in chromosome increases epilepsy risk
  • Neighborhood Clinics are at the top of their game
  • UW Health Sciences Libraries target improving patient care
  • Ramsey highlights challenges, opportunities for UW Medicine
  • Leonard Hudson to receive Trudeau Medal
  • Free money: The UW Medicine Employee Referral Program is going strong
  • UW scholars to discuss Seattle Asian Art Museum exhibit of paintings from Indian history
  • 'Friday the Thirteenth Mallet Jazz' coming on -- well, you know the day
  • Pedal in precipitation and commute in cloudbursts: Ride in the Rain is coming
  • Deadline approaching for Celebrating UW Women
  • Donovan Stokes performs on double bass Feb. 7
  • Newsmakers
  • New residents of Kincaid Hall are in the shell-making business
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Bus left you waiting in the cold? Use your cell phone to track it down
  • Class Notes: Writers on Writing brings people together for writing, reading, conversation
  • Mystery Photo
  • Official Notices
  • UW TechTransfer secures two highly experienced IP professionals to join unit
  • UW seeks to deepen its commitment to sustainability
  • Jim Donald Named Executive-in-Residence at UW Bothell
  • 'University Week' seeks help with upcoming articles
  • African great ape ancestor genome changed rapidly
  • Pharmacy students' outreach garners national acclaim
  • School of Nursing's annual public lecture features global health workforce expert
  • Public Health's Distinguished Faculty Lecture, Feb. 26
  • Medical Education Research & Scholarship Forum, March 2
  • Breast cancer study seeks participants
  • Biology of aging pilot project applications due March 27
  • Panel discussion of MS and neuro-degenerative diseases, Feb. 18
  • A funny look at the afterlife in Noel Coward's 'Blithe Spirit'
  • New state climate report indicates coming decades will be challenging
  • Whose Arctic is it? Students investigate the question in Canada
  • Proposed 2009-11 UW budget cuts would cost 600-800 jobs
  • College of Education's Frances Contreras a rising voice on challenges of Latino education
  • POD to offer programs to help employees and leaders deal with coming budget challenges
  • Cancer diagnosis: Now in 3-D
  • University of Washington undergraduate earns prestigious scholarship
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • How's your hearing? Seminar slated March 2
  • Girls are more resilient than boys in overcoming family background including heroin addiction
  • Pianist Angela Hewitt returns to Meany Hall
  • One class, four universities: Professor seeks to launch research center, certificate program
  • Preparatory work for light rail construction is under way
  • UW Press, others, get collaborative grant from Mellon Foundation
  • Sri Lankan human rights activist to speak
  • Information technology needs present challenge, interviews show
  • Official Notices
  • O'Donnell, Auth elected to National Academy of Engineering
  • Mystery Photo
  • UW to open second European campus in Leon, Spain
  • 'Home Movie Day' features rarely-seen Special Collections films
  • Jacob Lawrence Gallery 'OPEN' exhibit features students
  • Journalism students launch 'Sound News'
  • Contemporary Group to perform new compositions Feb. 18
  • Javanese performing arts on display Feb. 20 at Meany Hall
  • K-12 schools: Seniority-neutral layoff policy would save jobs
  • Economic crisis impacts nation's K-12 schools
  • Two UW profs named Sloan Research Fellows
  • Neuropathology Fellow saves neighbor from fire
  • Mystery Photo
  • Clinical trials' review finds only exercise to prevent low-back problems
  • BizTech canceled in 2009 to mitigate budget cuts
  • Choose an out-of-state contact person in case of emergency
  • Dental administrators and students meet with state legislators
  • 'Journalism on the Brink?': UW, online journalists host panel
  • New biologics center to advance personalized drug delivery
  • New UW Police chief John Vinson a team player
  • Jupiter String Quartet to make Meany Hall debut Feb. 25
  • Pianist Nelita True to perform Feb. 21
  • Cervantes Institute receives Spanish encyclopedia
  • Going the extra mile: Faculty Senate seeks members for councils, committees
  • Class Notes: Students investigate lives of young people around the world
  • Japanese film 'Zen' to be shown, discussed on Feb. 26 and 28
  • Official Notices
  • Peer portfolio: Activities at UW's peer institutions
  • Changing ocean conditions turning penguins into long-distance commuters
  • Lecture on arctic policy challenges marks opening of Polar Science Weekend
  • UW is one of six 'suns' in map of tech industry's 'solar system'
  • McCabe to solo at Feb. 26 UW Symphony concert
  • HuskyTV is ready for the switch to digital
  • New vice provost: Spread the word about UW's activities globally
  • Voice students to perform Feb. 23
  • "e;Meet, Greet, Teach"e; Feb. 26 focuses on interdisciplinary environmental education
  • Feminism in academic administration the topic of Feb. 25 panel
  • Legislature faced with unpalatable alternatives in patching state budget's hole
  • Renovated, renamed Floyd and Delores Jones Playhouse reopening with Thornton Wilder's classic 'Our Town'
  • Bipolar disorders linked to risk of early death from natural causes
  • Richard Goss appointed medical director of Harborview
  • Ignition Awards will support translational research
  • Patient safety standards adopted by Washington hospitals
  • UW dental student wins national health policy post
  • Al La Spada advances research on Huntington's disease
  • Past and present: Class photographs Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition sites with large-format cameras
  • Global health 'hero' Dr. Peter Piot at UW March 2
  • Art under the microscope: Bioengineering lab images on exhibit at Harborview
  • Mystery Photo
  • Autism activism is topic of Canadian's lecture