UW Uweek Archive List: Page 19

  • Hydrogen Road Tour brings hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to UW Bothell
  • Students who like to jam create Improvised Music Project festival May 28-30
  • Coalitions, voting power are topics of upcoming lecture
  • Lots of singing on tap in School of Music concerts
  • Third location of Osher Lifelong Learning Institute opens today
  • New technique could find water on Earth-like planets orbiting distant suns
  • Peer Portfolio
  • Photo of Suzzallo takes prize in photo contest, one more week to go
  • UW prof provides commentary on 'Sea Change' film
  • UW researchers vying for economic stimulus money
  • Mystery Photo
  • UW opens its job search system free to recent grads, alumni
  • Class Notes: Smile, professors! You're on YouTube
  • Henry Art Gallery announces new hours of operation
  • Denny Yard next up for a makeover
  • Rivara to receive UW Public Health Distinguished Alumni Award
  • New director of Environmental Health & Safety no stranger to UW
  • For pharmacy students, breaking down complex drug has its rewards
  • Common autism medication is ineffective for repetitive behaviors, study finds
  • Global health pioneer Paul Farmer to speak on June 18
  • AYPE remembered: Self-guided tours of campus exposition sites now available
  • Facilities Services staffer is a loser, and proud of it
  • Cauce goes 'home' to country she left 50 years ago
  • Commencement weekend June 12-14 at UW's three campuses
  • Secretary of defense, Yakama tribal elder to receive honorary degrees
  • Expect congestion during Commencement June 13
  • Educators gather for UW Early Learning Conference June 5-6
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • More costly private model of foster care could save $6.3 billion in long term
  • Official Notices
  • Mystery Photo
  • Another photo of Suzzallo takes prize in photo contest
  • University of Maryland professor to chair Urban Design & Planning
  • Music of Schubert in spotlight for UW Symphony concert
  • Organization of the week: Toastmasters at the UW
  • Vocal jazz ensembles to perform
  • The Tree Salvage Program would give new life to reclaimed wood
  • Invisibility research has led to discovery of 'wormholes'
  • Project Runway: Business students combine marketing, management, fashion
  • 'University Week' comes out next on June 25
  • If the shoe flits, duck: A real-life example of humans' dual vision system
  • Afghan archivists at UW for three-week workshop
  • Play ball! Husky Night with the Mariners is July 10
  • Disaster tip of the month: Plan for temporarily reduced public services
  • New Graduate School Making a Difference staff award a nice surprise for UW Press designer
  • New definition could further limit habitable zones around distant suns
  • School of Music leadership changes from McCabe to Karpen
  • More room to romp: New play courts open at the Experimental Education Unit
  • Capstone projects offer solutions to real-world problems
  • Pre-pregnancy depressed mood may heighten risk for premature birth
  • Toward a better basket: UW lecturer travels Nicaragua to promote ergonomic reform for coffee harvesters
  • Following the money to measure global health spending worldwide
  • UW to get six cell phone towers, part of new Strategic Mobile Initiative
  • Obsidian 'trail' provides clues to how humans settled, interacted in Kuril Islands
  • Professor wants to promote decades of UW innovation with science museum -- on campus or online
  • Mystery Photo
  • UW researchers along as 'Around the Americas' vessel circumnavigates North and South America
  • Berg elected to American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry post
  • Hall Health wins Qualis Health Award of Excellence
  • Harborview named lead center for brain injury project in state
  • UW Medical Center attains 500 for heart, lung transplants
  • Sports Concussion Program to open at Harborview and Seattle Children's
  • Genome Sciences hosts public lecture series in July
  • Lost and found films: Can you help UW Libraries learn more about these vintage screen gems?
  • Etc: Campus news & notes
  • Official notices
  • Study supports validity of test that indicates widespread unconscious bias
  • UW Libraries offers AYPE Exhibit tours
  • Units concerned with Earth and natural sciences, policy, climate change among those joining new College of the Environment
  • Moving day: Cunningham Hall, Johnson Hall Annex emptied to make way for new Molecular Engineering Building
  • Hall Health launches building renovation Web site
  • Summer Sounds series gets under way July 2
  • UW back pain program provides relief, hope
  • UW Medicine Eye Institute opens at Ninth and Jefferson Building
  • Airlift Northwest adds extra summer services to San Juan Islands
  • Got ear plugs? You may want to sport them on the subway, researchers say
  • Baillie and McCune accept professional pharmacy honors
  • Olde-Time Picnic in the Arboretum
  • Child with autism triggers greater parental stress than one with developmental delay, study shows
  • A century after the AYPE's cross-country race, old Model Ts are on the road again
  • Newsmakers
  • UW Bothell to offer student housing in the fall
  • FEMA grant funds facelift for collections storage at the Burke Museum
  • UW CFD wins national award from EarthShare
  • Finding fear: Neuroscientists locate where it is processed in mammalian brain
  • Straighten up and fly right: Moths benefit more from flexible wings than rigid
  • Technology resources to be consolidated on 'IT Connect' Web page
  • Etc: News & notes from around campus
  • Busy GEAR-UP Project thriving, looking ahead at the 10 year mark
  • Lost and found films: Will you accept this 'Mission Impractical'?
  • Student-built rocket blasts more than two miles high
  • UW remembers first minority affairs vice president with celebration of life
  • Changes in brain architecture may be driven by different cognitive challenges
  • In-hospital CPR survival rates for elderly patients shows no improvement, study reports
  • UW researchers begin receiving stimulus money
  • UW Symphony's July 23 concert canceled
  • Earth's most prominent rainfall feature creeping northward
  • Mystery Photo
  • Learn about hearing loss at Speech and Hearing Clinic Program
  • Student rockers, athletes, cheerleaders, scientists all part of a summer of UW campus visitors
  • Going mobile: UWTV branches out to YouTube, smart phones
  • New director of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences on the job at UW Tacoma
  • National leader in healthy aging comes to UW
  • 'U.S. News & World Report' ranks UW Medical Center 12th among top hospitals
  • UW Medicine physicians among 'Seattle' magazine's top docs
  • Ancient sea lamprey dramatically transforms its genome
  • Faculty, staff come together to help campus make way for ducklings -- really!
  • Disaster tip of the month: What to have right at hand
  • Last week's film mystery solved -- Can you help identify the homebuilders in this one?
  • Screening for childhood depressive symptoms could start in second grade
  • Etc: News & notes from around campus
  • Four UW faculty win Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers
  • Visiting Spanish filmmaker helps students tell their own screen stories
  • Henry Director Sylvia Wolf curates 'Inside-Out: Portrait Photographs from the Permanent Collection'
  • Vanderbilt researcher, clinician named director of UW Autism Center
  • UW lauded by Arbor Day Foundation for tree management, environmental stewardship
  • Newsmakers
  • Learning is social, computational, supported by neural systems linking people
  • Report: School districts should rethink pay bump for teachers with masters degrees
  • UW study of midlife cognitive changes, services for the blind benefit from federal stimulus money
  • Mystery Photo
  • 'You Are Here' presents then-and-now views at campus AYPE sites
  • A rescue at sea, thanks to the UW's Thomas G. Thompson
  • David Williams to read from 'Stories in Stone' July 29 at the Burke
  • UW blog profile: 'Seattle Backyard Farm' just plain good reading
  • Applied Physics Lab reaches out to middle-schoolers with freewheelin' 'Dylan Diatom' animation
  • Official Notices
  • Name that phone app
  • Celebrate the Washington Park Arboretum's 75th anniversary with parties July 30 and Aug. 6
  • This article will self-destruct: A tool to make online personal data vanish
  • UW takes multiple top honors at national pharmacy meeting
  • UW researchers awarded Life Sciences Discovery grants
  • Tina Albertson named 2009 St. Baldrick's Scholar
  • Israel Cancer Research Fund honors Nancy Maizels
  • David Acosta honored for leadership in multicultural education
  • Adviser of the Year Balston enjoys helping students find their way
  • UW CareLink provides special workshop for continuing employees after a layoff
  • Telling the UW story: Randy Hodgins takes on new challenge as vice president for external affairs
  • Crashing comets probably not the cause of Earth's mass extinctions
  • The Amgen Scholars Program: Encouraging a new generation of biomedical researchers
  • Plastics that convert light to electricity could have a big impact
  • Nanoparticles cross blood-brain barrier to enable 'brain tumor painting'
  • Scientists compile most comprehensive look ever at fish stocks
  • Computers unlock more secrets of the mysterious Indus Valley script
  • Sleep apnea, air pollution, vitamin D, Native Americans in science among UW's research awards through federal stimulus package.
  • Why paint fish green? Help the library identify this week's Lost and Found Film
  • Mystery Photo
  • Official Notices
  • School finances: Trimming teacher pay could reduce layoffs, larger classes
  • Chaos theory, 'Ulysses,' murder and more -- Osher Institute for Lifelong Learning has lively classes for those 50 and up