UW Uweek Archive List: Page 17

  • Dance majors concert features work by undergraduates
  • Anti-social behavior in girls predicts adolescent depression seven years later
  • Huge inequalities found in Washington's system for court-imposed fines and fees
  • A friend indeed: UW community steps up its generosity to CFD, food bank
  • Experts to speak at public symposium on the future of energy
  • Student compositions and plenty of jazz coming from School of Music
  • Young investigators honored at Early Career Award Recognition Symposium March 4
  • Official Notices
  • President to talk about budget March 3
  • Billions of years ago, microbes were key in developing modern nitrogen cycle
  • All prejudice isn't created equal; whites distribute it unequally to minorities
  • Wiring University for 21st century educational needs remains work in progress, survey shows
  • Triceratops is star of this year's Dino Day
  • Flutist Paula Robison to perform twice with UW faculty, students
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • DNA evidence is in, newly discovered species of fish dubbed H. psychedelica
  • Lecture looks at forest life without top predators
  • Senior art students put on eclectic visual arts exhibition
  • The sounds of 1909: Student group performs songs from Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition
  • Wintery blast launches fourth annual Polar Science Weekend
  • Campus 'House of Knowledge' longhouse a long-awaited dream
  • Mystery Photo
  • AGU recognizes James Murray's chemical oceanography contributions
  • Lights and landscape: UW profs to discuss design of Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition
  • Jerry Baldasty selected as dean and vice provost of the UW Graduate School
  • Two new UW TechTransfer programs bring local entrepreneurs to campus
  • 'Seattle Business' magazine honors Michael Copass
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Genetic profile may improve warfarin dosing
  • New heart arrhythmia drug shows promise
  • A pair of capstone honors for College of Education's Joseph Jenkins
  • Study suggests link between male infertility and testicular cancer
  • Light rail groundbreaking set for March 6
  • Symphony, combined choirs, soloists present Haydn's 'The Creation'
  • Official Notices
  • Students to perform in the Winter Opera Workshop March 12
  • PACCAR Hall construction on time, on schedule despite winter weather
  • Fleet Services goes green: New plug-in hybrid car, solar-assisted key manager
  • Tropical lizards can't take the heat of climate warming
  • Faculty recital: Marc Seales Jazz Piano
  • Program successfully teaches domestic violence victims safe use of technology
  • UW Photographers Group opens exhibition March 16
  • Wind ensemble, bands to perform March 10
  • President Mark Emmert addresses UW community in Town Hall meeting on budget matters
  • Molecular and cellular biology student wins Weintraub Award
  • Inventors of the Year nominations due March 30
  • UW named Government Agency of the Year for its work with minority-owned businesses
  • Dead gene comes back to life in humans
  • Mystery Photo
  • Learn the beat: UWPD Citizens Academy coming Wednesday afternoons April to June
  • FIUTS brings the world to K-12 students through its Pen Pal Program
  • Experimental Education Unit to become research center with planned gift from founding director
  • Science writer illuminates 'Ten Most Beautiful Experiments'
  • Store plenty of water to prepare for disaster
  • Official Notices
  • Provost plans conversations on budget
  • 'University Week' takes a break
  • New vice chancellor for advancement joins UW Tacoma
  • Who's watching? UW units are finding out in UWTV report
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Symphony bassist to perform at March 15 concert
  • Guitarist to give master class March 22
  • Kids learn about, use their brains at annual open house
  • Lecture series on coffee kicks off with book author
  • Mumbai students win UW global social entrepreneurship competition
  • From punch cards to laptops: UW Tech employees remember 40 years with the University
  • First nursing student receives Schweitzer Public Health Fellowship
  • MRSA Among Topics at 2009 Katterman Lecture, April 1
  • Universitywide award recipients announced
  • UW School of Nursing Leadership Awards honor nurses, volunteer
  • A conversation with Dean Thomas Baillie
  • Genetic variants associated with sudden cardiac death
  • Ratner honored for work on biomaterials
  • UW Medicine IT Services offices to relocate and consolidate
  • Mystery Photo
  • UW Alumni Association to have a new leader in June
  • American Indian Studies Program becomes a department
  • Heightened level of amygdala activity may cause social deficits in autism
  • Organization of the week: Friends of Campus Cats
  • Trombone virtuoso to perform, give master class
  • Etc.: Campus News & Notes
  • State may have brief window to slow loss of working forests to development
  • GK-12's five-year mission: Bringing graduate student researchers and K-12 teachers together to benefit teaching
  • Guatemalan workers get severance pay, thanks to UW student efforts
  • 10th annual Home Improvement Fair in Mary Gates on April 8
  • Founder of Canadian Studies at the UW dies
  • Ratnesh Nagda to deliver Samuel E. Kelly Distinguished Faculty Lecture
  • 3-D printing hits rock-bottom prices with homemade ceramics mix
  • State relations director to do live chat on budget situation April 2
  • Do Americans have an identity crisis when it comes to race and ethnicity?
  • Violence prevention sessions offered through spring quarter
  • Brain abnormality found in boys with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
  • James Carville to speak at UW Tacoma
  • Joyce Guyer performs 'Songs of Love and Loss' in April 7 concert
  • Official Notices
  • Support for racial equality may be a victim of Obama's election
  • Authors to appear at UWB as part of literary series
  • Plantsman Hinkley's slide show April 7 launches arboretum's 75th celebration
  • Pharmacy professor receives prestigious biotechnology award
  • Motulsky honored for lifetime of pioneering work in medical genetics
  • Healthy Aging Lecture: Growing Old Doesn't Mean Sleeping Poorly, April 16
  • Elkon receives lupus research award
  • UW Medical Center expansion project reroutes Health Sciences Express shuttles
  • Symposium focuses on the role of genes in behavior
  • Two student-organized panels to discuss the economic crisis April 14 and May 4
  • Ice-free Arctic Ocean possible in 30 years, not 90 as previously estimated
  • Violist Susan Gulkis Assadi to lead master class April 17
  • New high-tech classroom links campuses for dental education
  • DEIMOS joins MARS and its satellite of instruments on seafloor
  • Rats' underpants bring about human t-shirts, with a few laughs along the way
  • Pianist Boris Berman to perform April 16
  • Spring BFA shows to open at Lawrence gallery
  • UW lands impressive finish in Putnam mathematics competition
  • 'Early Bloomers' kicks off the garden season
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Nearly 500 student employees help power UW Libraries
  • Student teams win cash for finding solutions to real-world environmental problems
  • Increased transit costs lead to U-PASS and parking rate increase proposals
  • Newsmakers
  • Organization of the week: UW Photographers Group
  • Lecture considers climate change effects on PNW mountain snow
  • Celebrating 25 years of penguin research with new Center for Penguins as Ocean Sentinels
  • UWT prof transcends art world to bring the world into her art
  • Mystery Photo
  • UW Medicine featured stop on Mayor's South Lake Union tour
  • Global health conference at UW creates a global buzz
  • UW Medical Center celebrates 50 years
  • UWMC advisory councils excel in putting patients, families first
  • Drug and device development symposium set for May 4
  • Official Notices
  • Lecture on using DNA to thwart ivory trading April 22
  • Barriers to ecosystem-based fisheries management is subject of symposium
  • An excellent audit -- and an award -- for the UW Environmental Health and Safety Department
  • 'Select a seat' on April 25 for faculty-staff football discount
  • Danger of eyewitness identification is subject of talk
  • Mystery author J.A. Jance to keynote libraries' fundraiser, 'Literary Voices'
  • Arab public opinion is topic of lecture April 22
  • Provost's budget conversation postponed
  • Sandpoint Gallery exhibit opens April 23
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Calling all campus filmmakers: The Pocketmedia Film Festival is here
  • Voice workshop set for May 11
  • Organization of the week: Family Caregiver Network
  • Global Justice in the 21st Century is topic of conference
  • Tom Collier, Marc Seales in two concerts, April 17 and 24
  • People's misperceptions cloud their understanding of rainy weather forecasts
  • Scorpion venom with nanoparticles slows spread of brain cancer
  • Harnessing cloud computing for data-intensive research on oceans, galaxies
  • UW students to learn firsthand of culture, corals, islands threatened by sea level rise
  • Pedagogy is the priority at the annual UW Teaching and Learning Symposium April 21