UW Uweek Archive List: Page 21

  • Researchers make key step toward turning methane gas into liquid fuel
  • Metal Artist to speak at UW Libraries
  • UW School of Music grad goes for baroque in compositions to be performed at Town Hall Oct. 24
  • UW law students take climate justice issues to Stanford, Europe
  • The UW School of Music offers two concerts this weekend
  • Noise abatement study to cause some noise near SR 520 starting Oct. 26
  • Costs up, plans changing, new dependent audit in force as Open Enrollment approaches
  • Peer Portfolio
  • A perfect match: UW sociologist Pepper Schwartz becomes AARP columnist
  • It takes two to tutor a sparrow
  • Empty Space founder and UW alum Burke Walker directs 'The Tempest' in renovated Jones Playhouse
  • New book edited by UW political science professor explores Thoreau as political thinker
  • Research gives glimpse of tectonic history on Puget Sound-region fault zones
  • Tiny but adaptable wasp brains show ability to alter their architecture
  • Where are we?
  • New UW Photographers Group show opens Oct. 27
  • UN Secretary-General receives honorary UW degree
  • Preventable death study wins best medical paper competition
  • Early Childhood Oral Health program tackles dental disease locally and internationally
  • Pathologist learns meaning of 'physician, heal thyself'
  • Study finds significant regional variations in access to burn centers
  • Help recognize excellence: Nominations now open for a host of annual awards
  • Tumor Vaccine Group holds annual open house, Nov. 5
  • Official Notices
  • Disney offers refunds for Baby Einstein products
  • First evidence for a second breeding season among migratory songbirds
  • Staffer joyfully gives to CFD-funded agency that supported relative
  • Award winning journalist to speak on the 'new' polluters
  • International multicultural education is subject of conference, book
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Annual fright delight: Spo-o-o-o-ky organ music on Oct. 30.
  • Nominations open for UW Health and Safety Committees -- with changes in election process
  • Now hear this: Monthly 'Ear-Responsible' hearing clinics, starting Nov. 2
  • Cell phones become handheld tools for global development
  • Fortuitous research provides first detailed documentation of tsunami erosion
  • Answer the call to service: Sign up to lead a project for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service
  • Big Apple bound: Two UW runners take on New York City Marathon Nov. 1
  • Gates Foundation officer headlines postdoc symposium
  • Service Employees Opportunity Fund already paying off in scholarships, now part of CFD
  • What's happening at Fern Lake? Help identify this week's Lost and Found Film
  • Mystery Photo
  • Faculty Senate holds first meeting; chair sees crowded agenda for the year
  • A CSI investigation, UW style: Help identify this week's Lost and Found Film
  • Video highlights unusual 'art' display illustrating the effects of rising sea level
  • Official Notices
  • Small-town pharmacy business plan wins national student competition
  • Stress-induced changes in brain circuitry linked to low mood and cocaine relapse
  • Economist David Cutler will give Nov. 13 Hogness Symposium on Health Care lecture
  • Visiting artist from Korea to perform Nov. 7 in Brechemin Auditorium
  • Antarctic explorer, scientist to speak about 'Dinosaurs on Ice' at Burke
  • Staffer gets satisfaction in helping others through MS Society
  • Help Cheerful Givers prepare gift bags for tots Nov. 7
  • Microsoft's Craig Mundie to speak today on 'Rethinking Computing'
  • Volunteers needed for Dream Project's annual admissions workshop weekend
  • Making Music: UW seminar works to build community through the arts
  • Black veterans were vital in the civil rights movement, says book by UW prof
  • A matter of pluck: Staff member Ben Thompson chronicles history's grittiest characters
  • UW smoothes pathway to three-year bachelor's degree
  • Speaker has plan for path to global sustainability
  • Barry Lieberman presents double bassist Gary Karr, Part II on Nov. 15
  • Powerful documentary to be shown Nov. 6 at the Ethnic Cultural Center
  • 'University Week' seeks Great American Smokeout participants -- and more, for stories
  • Mystery Photo
  • UW first educational institution to offer mobile tool for BlackBerry devices
  • School of Art faculty photographers display at Benham Gallery
  • Historian to talk about Civil War era ship Nov. 12
  • Film and lecture series focuses on 70th anniversary of Spanish Civil War
  • Let it snow -- but this you should know
  • Help keep the UW green -- plant a tree on campus on Nov. 19
  • Once the AYPE Hoo Hoo House, the UW Club celebrates its centennial
  • UW Evans School of Public Affairs to collaborate with X Prize Foundation
  • UW's newly-formed Puget Sound Institute to advise in the clean-up of the Sound
  • Pharmacy Student of the Year, Innovative Practice awards go to UW
  • Lecture on mother-to-child HIV transmission set for Dec. 1
  • UW School of Nursing Dean Marla Salmon to receive the Copeland Award
  • UW Medicine launches new Web site
  • New book on poverty and faith was an education in itself for Bothell nursing prof
  • Two new department chairs in College of Engineering
  • Annual Concerto Competition Nov. 16 at Meany
  • Egypt and Western civilization is topic of lecture
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • It's a 1972 'truck survey,' but why? Help identify this week's Lost and Found Film
  • Homophobia in Canada, U.S. is topic of roundtable
  • Students brainstorming to reduce not-so-good vibrations at Husky Stadium
  • Smaller works featured at Lawrence gallery
  • Retired CIA analyst Ray McGovern to speak on U.S. intelligence policy
  • CFD's Meet the Charities event Nov. 18 also winds up Mission Undercover
  • Meet the Mammals at the Burke on Saturday
  • Official Notices
  • Pregnant women risk early delivery from using psychiatric medication
  • Recipient of stimulus funding aims to increase Native American enrollment in higher education
  • 'Trillion triangles' advances ancient mathematics problem
  • Enjoy the flora of southern Chile in Nov. 19 presentation
  • Housing and Food Services wants students to say 'Count Me In'
  • Mystery Photo
  • UW, Group Health and others create Researchtoolkit.org
  • Motulsky, genetics leaders, patients celebrate UW clinic's 50 years
  • UW will lead $13 million collaborative vaccine project
  • International students strut their stuff at CulturalFest
  • A conductor at work, but why the movie? Help identify this week's Lost and Found Film
  • Official Notices
  • Exome sequencing proved effective in gene discovery for rare disorders
  • 110 local infants needed for autism brain imaging study
  • Business Diversity Supplier Fair set for Dec. 3
  • Helping provide 'a decent and affordable place to live' is volunteer's reward
  • UW Medical Center awarded prestigious Baby-Friendly designation
  • UW Chorale, Chamber Singers present combined concert Dec. 1 in Meany
  • Celebrating an uncommon Common Book, written by a president-to-be
  • A soldier and his wife at the center of School of Drama's new production
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • It's an exhibition -- and a gift exchange -- at the Henry beginning Nov. 20
  • Lessons learned from a major study on herpes and HIV: Our job is not done
  • Trouble reading UWeek in Gmail? We're working on it
  • Class Notes: Testing academic theories in the real world
  • Greg Hakim to give next MathAcrossCampus colloquium Dec. 3
  • Mystery Photo
  • Disaster tip of the month: Creating a 'safe room' in your home
  • Accentuate the positive: Coaches can shape young athletes' definition of success
  • UW ranks seventh nationally in students studying abroad
  • Transgender Day of Remembrance events on Nov. 20
  • Concert, symposium close out yearlong celebration of AYP centennial
  • UW Medicine medical volunteers gear up to care for Seattle Marathon 2009 runners
  • Community engagement, accountability, real-world experience key to UW teacher training
  • Gold, silver medals for UW teams in the International Genetically Engineered Machine competition
  • UW Medicine's Dr. Erika Goldstein: teacher, mentor and friend
  • School days in Neah Bay: Help identify this week's Lost and Found Film
  • 'Skeptical optimists' push for better global health data
  • American Public Health Association honors UW School of Nursing faculty member
  • Dental student Emily Chu wins Hinman clinical research award
  • Mystery Photo
  • Get holiday greens and more at Arboretum sale, reception
  • Early intervention for toddlers with autism highly effective, study finds
  • Modern dance and period music mix in the Faculty Dance Concert's 'Brahms Waltzes'
  • History cubed: Burke Boxes are like traveling museums
  • It's a grand night for singing at CarolFest Dec. 8
  • Surgeon brings together voice-related professionals, students
  • Program with UW involvement a finalist for 'Changemaker' award, and you can vote for it
  • Class Notes: Astrobiology studies the nature of life -- starting with Earth
  • Originality will rule at School of Music's Composers' Workshop on Dec. 4
  • New report says climate change accelerating much faster than expected
  • Environmental health professor answers questions about MRSA found on Washington beaches
  • Etc.: Campus news and notes
  • U District Food Bank needs holiday help, and don't forget other Combined Fund Drive agencies
  • U District Food Bank needs holiday help, and don't forget other Combined Fund Drive agencies
  • UW student athlete graduation rate tops average of other Division I institutions
  • Now hear this: Hearing aid seminar coming Dec. 7
  • Old music, new buildings: Collegium Musicum performs three concerts
  • Area agencies need your help on the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, Jan. 18
  • A plethora of musical performances from the School of Music
  • Official Notices