UW Uweek Archive List: Page 18

  • Mystery Photo
  • Garbage and gardens: side by side in Guatemala
  • Linda Wordeman receives Guggenheim Fellowship
  • Place, Health and Equity Conference set for May 7-8
  • NIH funds Northwest regional center for biodefense and infectious diseases
  • Einar Hille Memorial Lecture in Neurosciences, April 28
  • Mystery Photo
  • Six in UW community named Fellows of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences
  • Science in Medicine Lecture on April 23
  • Organization of the week: The Asian and Pacific Islander American Faculty and Staff Association
  • Make yourself a '72-hour comfort kit'
  • The UW as it was: Campus tours to revisit Olmsted designs, AYPE sites
  • Dinos, fossils and video production: Registration open for Burke summer programs
  • Chairs, directors, faculty invited to participate in commencement procession
  • Defense Secretary Robert Gates to be UW 2009 commencement speaker
  • Search for extraterrestrial intelligence is keynote talk for UW astronomy open house
  • Etc: Campus news & notes
  • Scholar of medieval China to speak April 28
  • Organ, guitar and saxophone to be featured in School of Music programs next week
  • Two McCabes and a Sheppard team for 'Triple Play' concert April 30
  • Workshop seeks to lure women researchers from industry to academia
  • Arboretum's 'FlorAbundance' plant sale April 25-26
  • Roundtable on science blogging set for April 29
  • Jet lag disturbs sleep by upsetting internal clocks in two neural centers
  • Staffer's good idea prompts CFD's Spring Food Drive, now through May 1
  • Goldwater, Udall and Beinecke scholarship winners announced
  • UW tops national primary care medical school rankings for 16th straight year
  • UW Wind Ensemble and symphonic, concert and campus bands to present 'Spotlight!' April 27
  • UW professors follow 'The Modern Girl Around the World' in new book
  • Dentistry names first Pacific Continental Bank diversity scholar
  • Bremner receives 2009 Distinguished Andrologist Award
  • Survival mode that protects cells when oxygen is low also slows aging
  • Harwood, Raftery elected to the National Academy of Sciences
  • UW names 2009 Magnuson Scholars
  • Autism genes discovered; help shape connections among brain cells
  • Technology and distraction is subject of symposium
  • Mystery Photo
  • Contrary to recent hypothesis, 'chevrons' are not evidence of megatsunamis
  • UW hosts Chinese First Councilor Madame Liu
  • Now there's a 'U-PASS lite' for walkers, bikers
  • Etc: Campus News & Notes
  • Official Notices
  • Two new tools for UW teachers: An online grade book and photos of their students
  • UW scientists help with family event at Pacific Science Center
  • UW Marine Affairs faculty help South African university start a maritime studies program
  • McNair/Early Identification Program Spring Research Conference, May 1-2
  • Benjamin Schmidt of history to embark on Mellon New Directions Fellowship
  • A fund to help lower-paid UW workers with school costs? Two UW retirees made it happen (and you can contribute)
  • International health experts to discuss evolving swine flu outbreak May 4
  • Annual Spring Celebration of Service and Leadership features student projects
  • UW receives top ranking for sustainability
  • Organization of the Week: The Campus Business and Professional Women
  • Political analysts Christine Fair and Walter Russell Mead to speak at Luce Symposium
  • Go mad for mushrooms at the Burke's Mushroom Maynia!
  • Missing planets attest to destructive power of stars' tides
  • Protecting Puget Sound is subject of symposium
  • Remembering Robert Heilman through a life of letters
  • Seaglider monitors waters from Arctic during record-breaking journey under ice
  • Behind the stereotypes: Research with students from Mexico, U.S. shows difference in sociability
  • Gregoire to speak at UW Tacoma Commencement
  • Vocal Jazz ensembles to perform
  • Plugged in: UW is tweeting its way into a new social media ecosystem
  • Pain medicine chief reports on division's accomplishments
  • Better diets more costly, enjoyed by the most educated
  • Pharmacy student creates medication-safety program in Uganda
  • Wickizer to deliver Public Health's Distinguished Faculty Lecture, May 18
  • Staiger appointed UWMC medical director
  • UW-created American String Project to perform at Benaroya Hall May 14, 16, 17
  • Mother's Day activities planned at the Arboretum
  • Second BFA show opens at Lawrence gallery
  • Nearly 900 faculty, staff, retirees create endowments to support students
  • UW, state launch project to improve understanding, coverage of mental illness
  • Jazz, guitar and world music coming from School of Music students
  • Provost to hold budget conversation May 8
  • Students to show their research achievements in 12th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium
  • Drama, music schools team up for Tchaikovsky opera 'Eugene Onegin'
  • Jay Inslee to serve as commencement speaker for UW Bothell
  • Emergency procedures practiced, evaluated in Operation Crash Start disaster drill
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Leading expert on teaching with controversy to speak May 8
  • UW will be prominent in space shuttle mission to service Hubble telescope
  • Happy 50th anniversary, UW Medical Center
  • Mystery Photo
  • Experts to discuss future of Pacific Northwest forestry May 14
  • Influential fishery biologist to speak May 13
  • Organization of the week: Professional Staff Organization
  • British group Radiohead inspires staffer to write
  • Educational Opportunity Program celebration May 13
  • Taking research from the ivory tower to the exercise mat
  • Advisers from around the state meet for 21st annual conference
  • Spokane Falls to flow full time, thanks to Berman Environmental Law Clinic
  • Herpes medication does not reduce risk of HIV transmission, study finds
  • Brain cell mechanism for decision making also underlies judgment about certainty
  • Talking pill bottles aim to improve health, health literacy
  • UW study to look at benefits of exercise for people with ICD devices
  • Ethnomusicology students in the spotlight for concert Saturday, May 16
  • Etc: Campus news & notes
  • Kosher, halal deli sandwiches now available on campus
  • Organization of the week: Native Faculty and Staff Association of the UW
  • Any way you slice it, warming climate is affecting Cascades snowpack
  • Jewish Studies Program named after the Stroums
  • Washington Supreme Court comes to UW law school
  • Voice division students to perform May 18
  • Dreaming big: New Center for Teaching and Learning to draw expertise campuswide
  • Official Notices
  • Mystery Photo
  • Leaf blowers and lawn mowers? Paul Moore's music for dance Concert is decidedly out-of-the-box
  • Class Notes: Students research ways to make UW campus more sustainable
  • Kellye Testy selected as dean of the UW School of Law
  • Parental guidelines, consequences may be why fewer black teens smoke than whites
  • Enter the University Week UW community photo contest
  • Endocrinology expert to give Edwin G. Krebs Lecture, June 2
  • Walls and ground broken for new children's oral health facility
  • Dentistry trio to give last lecture to benefit new School of Dentistry teaching endowment
  • Researchers gain insights into genomic patterns of human population structures
  • UW medical students head back to middle school
  • Thomas Hawn wins Burroughs Wellcome Award
  • Broad strategies, student input key to new UW Climate Action Plan
  • Mystery Photo
  • Ancient basketry, Seattle's changing shorelines featured in two new online Burke exhibits
  • UW CareLink offers special workshops for continuing employees after a layoff
  • Organization of the week: Cheerful Givers of Washington
  • Provost to hold town hall meeting June 2
  • Disaster tip of the month: Remember important documents
  • First-year MFA directors show their work in one-act plays at the School of Drama
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Anti-abortion Genocide Awareness Group to visit Red Square
  • Graduate School compiles professional development activities
  • Garden to memorialize Griego is in the works
  • UW School of Law conference addresses climate change and human rights
  • UW staffer pivotal in passing law for retail bathroom access
  • New book suggests Earth perhaps not such a benevolent mother after all
  • Sounds of gospel and student compositions coming from School of Music
  • Official Notices
  • Board of Regents to hold special Meeting May 28
  • The University Week photo contest has its first winner, two more to come
  • In-house and less costly: Consider the Scientific Instruments Department for certain repairs
  • Three award-winning profs provide a taste of their teaching in showcase
  • Education researcher: Stimulus dollars will impact states differently
  • Investment art: Vehicle artist lectures at the Henry May 28
  • College of Education's Brad Portin to head UW Bothell's Education Program
  • 1909 exhibition's darker side explored in the Burke's 'A-Y-P: Indigenous Voices Reply'
  • Eileen Bulger named Harborview Emergency Services director
  • J. Randall Curtis named president of the American Thoracic Society
  • Sen. Cantwell advocates for primary care
  • Three AYPE exhibits open June 1 at Suzzallo/Allen Library
  • Plants from UW Botanic Gardens grace By George outdoor eating area
  • Provost to hold town hall meeting June 2
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Architecture students propose redesigns for three historic Seattle fire stations