UW Uweek Archive List: Page 20

  • Did you know Radford Court is open to UW employees?
  • When's that bus coming? The shadow knows
  • UW blog profile: Meet the 'Quantum Pontiff'
  • Nursing dean emeritus explores a new path as a poet
  • New genome-analysis strategy passes initial test
  • Conrad honored for work in health care management education
  • Public health doctoral candidate named Fogarty International Clinical Research Scholar
  • Behavioral therapy effective in treating insomnia and osteoarthritis
  • Radiology group uses internet to extend global influence and access
  • Personal stories of connection shine in staffer's book, 'Mentoring Moments'
  • Walking the walk: UW staffers to support Lifelong AIDS Alliance at annual Seattle AIDS Walk
  • Gotta sing? UW Women's Choir seeking members again
  • Disaster tip of the month: Do you know how to shut off your home's gas, water and electricity?
  • Dutch elm strikes: A dozen trees near Parrington Hall must be removed
  • Why a cat in a glass box? Help the library identify this week's Lost and Found Film
  • A Facebook for poets? UW-connected Read Write Poem site is that and more
  • UW blog profile: New music, DVDs, wry commentary on Libraries Media Center Blog
  • Remodeled, retrofitted and ready: Savery Hall is open for business again
  • Mystery Photo
  • Clark Hall remodeling to be showcased in Sept. 3 open house
  • Community premiere of animation by deaf and hard of hearing students planned Friday
  • 'Truly a learning community': the UW Summer Institute for the Arts & Humanities flourishes
  • How does a blind person use technology? UW Tacoma researchers put devices to the test
  • UW wins new honors for sustainability efforts
  • UW Club nominated for National Register of Historic Places
  • Etc: News and notes from around campus
  • Hosts needed for international students as part of Homestay Program
  • UW's new mobile app named 'm.UW'
  • You can see ocean data through APL Web portal
  • Official notices
  • Medal of Honor memorial to be constructed near WW I and WW II memorials
  • Organic electronics a two-way street, thanks to new plastic semiconductor
  • Let there be light: Teaching magnets to do more than just stick around
  • From the Bering Sea to the Meany stage, federal stimulus funds support University's work
  • Summer symphony takes stage tonight, Aug. 20
  • UW Bothell to offer electrical engineering
  • Recruitment of new neurons slows when old brain cells kept from dying
  • Washington forests may be solution to state's green-energy quest
  • University Week will return in fall
  • Newsmakers
  • Two School or Dentistry department chairs to leave posts
  • Psychiatrist dedicated to improving lives, deaths of older adults
  • 'Wondrous Cold': Smithsonian exhibit on Antarctica visits Burke; UW Antarctic research also featured
  • UW plays leading role in Consortium of Universities for Global Health
  • H1N1 influenza recommendations include "e;common sense"e;
  • Stimulus money to boost study of AIDs, cancer and more
  • UW Medicine/Seattle Public Library Lecture Series begins Oct. 7
  • Capturing the fair on film: Bromberg's book studies AYPE photography of Frank Nowell
  • All's well that ends well: Cunningham Hall finds its new home
  • This one's just trashy -- but what's it all about? Help the library identify this week's Lost and Found Film
  • UW wins leadership award for supporting green commuting
  • Study finds links among alcohol abuse, depression, obesity in young women
  • Bulbs galore at the Arboretum's Fall Bulb & Plant Sale
  • Choe is a champion -- in smart commuting
  • Hear the Constitution read next week at Suzzallo
  • Evolution of entertainment in India is Danz lecturer's topic
  • Eugenics and disability in Washington to be explored in Oct. 9 symposium
  • UW among leading universities behind Futurity, a Web site on research
  • UW poet named MacArthur Fellow
  • Adolescent alcohol exposure may lead to long-term risky decision making
  • Mystery Photo
  • Opening the curtain on a new life for an old theater
  • UW royalties top $1 million; top licensees recognized
  • The Marine Band -- America's oldest musical organization -- to perform Sunday, Oct. 4
  • In praise of scum: Planet's nitrogen cycle overturned by 'tiny ammonia eater of the seas'
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • 'Open to Question' exhibit occupies new site near Allen Library
  • The pen may be mightier than the keyboard, study shows
  • Building Rome in a day, the digital way
  • Legendary Harvard "e;Justice"e; professor visits UW School of Law
  • New access ramp smoothes way to UW Bothell from I-405
  • UW Tacoma's previously-vacant Joy Building to get new life as home to offices, classrooms
  • UW's Dee Boersma honored by Heinz Foundation
  • UW information in the palm of your hand, with new m.UW iPhone app
  • Downtown dawgs: Find everything Husky at Husky Central
  • UW students win 'Best Newcomer Award' at Edinburgh Fringe Festival
  • UW celebrates re-opening of expanded classroom facilities in downtown Seattle
  • New "e;walking"e; fish named for UW donor Maggie Walker
  • Official Notices
  • The Friends of UW School of Medicine marks 60 years of service
  • Students celebrate American Pharmacists Month with ad campaign
  • Dental education program swings into 2nd year at Riverpoint Campus
  • UW receives $25 million federal grant to create Northwest Genomics Center
  • There's something fishy going on--but what is it? Help the library identify this week's Lost and Found Film
  • A family history in letters: Graduate School's Erika Kreger co-edits book on Salmon P. Chase correspondence with daughters
  • Blog profile: "e;Ron's View"e; has personal takes on education, family, sports and really good food
  • Golden West Winds Airforce Woodwind Quintet to perform Oct. 15
  • Dean of Evans School of Public Affairs elected to national academy
  • Stimulus money funds studies of ocean surface waves, fire prevention and more
  • Genome-wide hunt reveals new genetic links in autism
  • UN Secretary-General to receive honorary UW degree Oct. 26
  • National expert on urban policy to deliver lecture, participate in forum
  • Etc: Campus news and notes
  • UW's newly named 'Lamborghini Lab' brings composite parts to sports car arena
  • No longer lost in the weeds: History of farmworkers comes to life on Web
  • The Center for Global Field Study: Training environmental stewards worldwide
  • Department of Energy grant will assist UW move to hybrid, electric vehicles
  • Landscape architecture professors write book on community gardens
  • Mystery Photo
  • Online and in depth: The Henry offers new Digital Interactive Galleries
  • 'Jewish radar' ineffective these days, UW prof says in new book
  • Call-and-response theme behind the Henry's new, yearlong exhibit 'Vortexhibition Polyphonica'
  • A growing history: Preserving a century of Washington state agriculture literature
  • Newsmakers
  • Official Notices
  • Study: Portfolio school districts are still works in progress
  • Emmert to address UW community Oct. 13
  • Sculpture park to host UW display on sea level and climate change
  • Communication professors featured in Town Hall lecture series
  • Management changes at UWTV aimed to widen channel's role
  • Home Movie Day comes to Allen Auditorium Oct. 17
  • Dentistry staffer swims, bikes and runs her way through first Ironman event
  • Legal education is at a crossroads, and UW law school can be a leader, new dean says
  • UW Combined Fund Drive to hold Charity Fair Oct. 14
  • UW Dental Alumni Association director gives son special gift
  • Inventor of the Year Awards honor work on cystic fibrosis drug
  • What's old is relevant again: Dances from the '30s featured in Chamber Dance Company's 'The Shape of Dissent'
  • A place in space for Praczukowski -- help identify this week's Lost and Found Film
  • UW Medical Genetics Clinic celebrates 50th anniversary
  • An 'accumulation' of old cars -- starring a 1937 Plymouth sedan
  • Where are we?
  • UW oceanographer is a lead scientist in largest airborne survey of polar ice
  • UW's Carole Terry to perform at St. Mark's Cathedral
  • At last -- a soda-cup lid that's compostable
  • Economic stimulus awards top $100 million, include funds for work in Latin America and with Native Americans
  • NASA shuttle astronaut, energy 'smart grids,' cyber-security talks the focus of College of Engineering fall lecture series
  • Jacob Lawrence Gallery presents work by Garvens
  • Big chill: Experts discuss the last Ice Age in Oct. 18 event at the Burke
  • UW breaks ground on nation's largest molecular engineering building
  • Faculty artist Stephen Fissel to perform on bass trombone Oct. 19
  • Official Notices
  • Open access to scholarship in the spotlight Oct. 20-22
  • Playing French Seattle to feature works by Feydeau, Balzac, Beckett and Romanian-born playwright Matei Visniec
  • Talk traces long journey of Japanese art treasure
  • What do research administrators talk about when they get together? A look at the 'stage hands' of academic research
  • Seaglider sets new underwater endurance and range records
  • Streissguth garden is all in the family
  • UW Astrobiology Program to present lecture series 'Life and the Universe' through Nov. 17
  • Combined Fund Volunteer: Mendez understands problems immigrants face
  • Joel Berg named to new dentistry post
  • Motulsky to receive inaugural award for lifetime of work in human genetics
  • Infant sucking habits may affect how baby talks
  • Uplift International -- from earthquakes to human rights -- shaking up health
  • Researchers find way to improve depression in older cancer patients
  • A recliner on wheels: Help identify this week's Lost and Found Film
  • Climate Action Plan sets out vision for greenhouse-gas-neutral future at UW
  • Official Notices
  • Chinese Film Week highlights work by award-winning director
  • Record enrollments at UW Bothell, Tacoma this fall
  • Etc: Campus News and Notes