UW Uweek Archive List: Page 22

  • Switch to recycled paper: It's the law
  • Make art, not yard waste, ecological restoration students learn
  • Forum to take up issue of child safety and the courts
  • UW Photographers Group opens exhibit
  • Free e-samples of prescription drugs: At what cost?
  • 15 minutes with your doctor: Make the time worthwhile
  • UW faculty members help lead children's oral health campaign
  • Art and science play well together in new Burke exhibit 'Cruising the Fossil Freeway'
  • Jonathan Eddy to head Asian Law Center
  • Biology Book Club: Explore climate change with an expert
  • UW Center for Human Rights leaders, students to talk about its work today
  • World Series' Community Connections program brings entertainers into the classroom
  • School's out for Skillsoft e-Learning classes Dec. 31
  • Class Notes: Exploring Russian science fiction
  • Tax law and crossword puzzles: Being creative within restrictions
  • Flowers for John: UW alumnus to be remembered with 10,000 daffodils
  • Over the moon: Help identify this week's Lost and Found Film
  • Disaster tip of the month: Home hazard hunt
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • New guidelines for breast cancer screening: Understanding the controversy
  • Student greenhouse volunteer digs up history with the dirt
  • Journal editor survey deadline extended to Jan. 8
  • 'One keypad per child' lets schoolchildren share screen to learn math
  • Mystery Photo
  • Nissan's Zero-Emissions Vehicle on Campus This Afternoon
  • Goodbye until the new year
  • Part of Burke Gilman to be closed for 18 days beginning Dec. 14
  • UW responds to heavy reporting requirements for economic stimulus money
  • UW Symphony to perform Mozart, Tchaikovsky Dec. 11
  • Information session on Early Entrance Program set for Jan. 4
  • Official Notices
  • Honors students honor '100 Greatest Americans'
  • Potential genetic links to lung disease risk found
  • American Hospital Association president calls for more efficient, integrated health care system
  • Crane installation a milestone in construction of Molecular Engineering Building
  • Salmon stars: Help identify this week's Lost and Found Film
  • Information session for ninth- and tenth-graders slated Jan. 11
  • Hoop talk and classic Husky matchups: New sports features come to UWTV
  • Bringing creativity to the banal: Students create benches tailored to their campus sites
  • Community and mutual support: The Black Faculty and Staff Association
  • Six UW researchers named Fellows of AAAS
  • Weisband chosen as director for UW Bothell Business Development Center
  • Columbia prof to speak on separation of church and state
  • UW raises a record $2 million in Combined Fund Drive donations
  • School of Drama defers admitting new students to graduate programs due to budget cuts
  • Libraries reduce journal subscriptions and book orders; budget cuts affect online as well as print materials
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Who is that caped man? New plaque tells the story
  • Say hello to new MFA art students at Lawrence gallery exhibit
  • The world on film: See Movies at Kane series offers free international films
  • UW World Series offers dance package at bargain price
  • Newsmakers
  • Mystery Photo
  • Toxicants detected in Asian monkey hair may warn of environmental threats
  • Official Notices
  • Gregoire appoints Orin Smith to UW board of regents
  • The UW Residential FIG Program: Living and learning in Lander Hall
  • First Earth-like planet spotted outside solar system likely a volcanic wasteland
  • New director of state relations ready to meet challenges of 'incredibly difficult' legislative session
  • Of girls and geeks: Environment may be why women don't like computer science
  • Low-cost temperature sensors, tennis balls to monitor mountain snowpack
  • Tremors between slip events: More evidence of great quake danger to Seattle
  • Health care experts confront controversy over new mammography guidelines
  • Air bags not a risk to pregnant women in motor vehicle crashes, study finds
  • New research resolves conflict in theory of how galaxies form
  • Sophomore is second author for research paper in major astronomy journal
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Bones and flames: Help identify this week's Lost and Found Film
  • Gates Foundation funds technology to measure micronutrients in malnourished populations
  • 'Greenroads' rates sustainable road projects
  • Microbe understudies await their turn in the limelight
  • Majeski moves to arts & sciences administration; McCann to head political science
  • Opinion: Martin Luther King Jr. was a student once; who could have guessed his future?
  • Flutist Donna Shin to perform Jan. 17
  • Mystery photo
  • Official Notices
  • Student medalists demonstrate academic excellence, varied interests
  • Introducing the Q Faculty and Staff Association
  • UW alumnus to perform piano works Jan. 17
  • Process begins for big changes in Triangle Garage area
  • University Press looks ahead with Technology Fund, assistance from Graduate School
  • Pocket quilts: Sociology prof patches together a warm gift for homeless children
  • College of Built Environments and Capital Projects share in diversity award
  • Older adults may have higher risk of complications, death after abdominal surgery
  • On the Cedar River: Help identify this week's Lost and Found Film
  • Beyond 'book learning' Center for Experiential Learning offers undergraduates educational experiences outside the classroom
  • Why hasn't Earth warmed as much as expected? New report explores reasons
  • Got an odd old item? Bring it to Artifact ID Day at the Burke Museum
  • Don't be in the dark: Get your bike lights, reflectors tested Jan. 27
  • UW perspective on the Haitian earthquake disaster: seismology, damage and volunteer medical response
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • More from less: Faculty Senate considers plan for reducing and restructuring Senate
  • Faculty lecture: Climate change seen through the prism of the fossil record
  • An evening of Gershwin? S'Wonderful, s'marvelous show at Meany Jan. 30
  • You can help Haiti through spaghetti feed or Combined Fund Drive donation
  • Stand witness to School of Drama's 'The Last Days of Judas Iscariot'
  • Mystery Photo
  • Notices
  • How much electricity are you using? Smart-grid demonstration project to take place on UW campus
  • First to respond: The UW's PEAT team drills to maintain skills
  • While current technology is deployed, UW researchers work on next-generation devices
  • While current technology is deployed, UW researchers work on next-generation devices
  • Concerto competition winners featured in symphony concert
  • It's now UWC4C: Technology Transfer becomes the Center for Commercialization
  • UW Mini-Medical School begins Feb. 2
  • New resource will facilitate advocacy for UW
  • Hepatitis C virus reprograms liver cell metabolic functions
  • Airlift Northwest Executive Director Chris Martin is off to a flying start
  • Study to measure effect of a pre-operative 'warm-up'
  • Severe complications of diabetes higher in depressed patients
  • Living out loud: A life enlarged with the 'audacity' of the bagpipes
  • Butterfly vision through the eyes of an engineer
  • The carillon carries on: Continuing a century-old School of Music tradition
  • Nominations open until Feb. 28 for 'Celebrating University of Washington Women'
  • State's chief justice to speak at UW law school
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • 'Prisoner Release': What's the story on this week's Lost and Found Film?
  • Preview the flower show, support the Arboretum
  • Combined Fund Drive offers coin, donation drive for Haiti assistance
  • Managing Pacific Northwest dams for a changing climate
  • New formula helps gauge the winds of change
  • Official Notices
  • New manager to help make travel abroad safer for UW community
  • Two veteran technology executives to lead UW's New Ventures Group
  • UW Tacoma enrollment hits all-time high for winter
  • UW experts among those to decode multiple sclerosis on UWTV
  • How many argon atoms can fit on the surface of a carbon nanotube?
  • Mystery Photo
  • Steady growth for charter schools -- and a boost from President Obama, UW center says
  • Learning from the community: Center for Experiential Learning brings three community-service programs together
  • Researchers track the marks of selective breeding on the dog genome
  • Rehab medicine doc Krabak heads to Vancouver games
  • Come celebrate the updated Ethnomed cross-cultural health resource Feb. 9
  • UW students recreate story of Great Depression that transformed Washington
  • Evergreen Point Floating Bridge replacement is subject of two meetings
  • Poet, multimedia artist to perform at UW Bothell
  • UWTV's student-created show, 'The Daily's Double Shot,' debuts Friday night
  • eScience on Tap on Feb. 8 and monthly thereafter
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Lost and Found Film: Help identify the goings-on at Thomson Hall
  • Students perform 'Music from the Golden Age of Guitar'
  • Mystery Photo
  • Actors tackle new script in staged reading of 'Lidless' at the Jones Playhouse
  • Notices
  • Plan to reduce size of Faculty Senate moves closer to passing
  • Elders hit their stride with Sound Steps Program, run by UW graduate student
  • 3-D scaffold provides clean, biodegradable structure for stem cell growth
  • West campus story: HFS begins major student housing project
  • UW undergraduate research: Everything from bioengineering to dance
  • 18th Annual UW Medicine Salute Harborview gala benefits Mission of Caring