UW Uweek Archive List: Page 23

  • UW Medicine tapped for 2010 Olympics role
  • Understanding your risk factor profile for heart disease
  • Development of behavior to be topic of 2010 Allen L. Edwards Psychology Lecture Series
  • Microfluidics in C minor
  • Lost and Found film: What's going on when shirtless man gets inked?
  • Blending tradition and innovation: Faculty compositions to be performed in Feb. 16 Meany Hall concert
  • Scientists urge new approaches to agriculture in the face of climate change
  • Update on Husky Vibrations project: Ideas for taming the tremor
  • Odegaard gets first self-checkout station for books and in-library course reserves
  • Shantala Shivalingappa to bring kuchipudi dance to UW in World Series debut
  • Official Notices
  • UW again named top contributor of Peace Corps volunteers
  • Go to the poles in your imagination at annual Polar Science Weekend
  • Center for Experiential Learning helps undergraduates through the competitive scholarship process
  • UW bands unite for 'Songs and Dances for Band'
  • The man behind the TV at the Olympics
  • Students face real-life design challenge: A simple, cheap and effective prosthetic arm
  • Mystery Photo
  • Out with McAfee and in with Sophos -- Change your anti-virus software by March 31.
  • UW earthquake engineer assesses damage in Haiti
  • Etc: Campus news & notes
  • Evaluation shows Exploration Seminars are great for learning
  • Districts have options when it comes to teacher salary inequities
  • Memorial to be held Feb. 25 for Kathryn Waddell, executive director of Health Sciences Administration
  • Pharmacist's role in patient care advanced in Ethiopia
  • Mystery Photo
  • Rose-covered cottage with picket fence: Can you tell us about life depicted in 1940s film?
  • Class Notes: Guantanamo and its Legacy
  • Farming: It's right here on campus
  • Farming: It's right here on campus
  • 'Conservation Colloquium' planned March 3
  • HFS staffer Yadesa Bojia celebrated for designing striking new African Union flag
  • UW resident curls, just for fun -- not for Olympic glory
  • 'Addressing the Sputniks of Our Generation' is title of talk today
  • The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition lives on -- on the Web, that is
  • Institute tackles legal obstacles to providing aid in humanitarian crises, hires new director
  • 'Beyond the Broughtons' -- a user's guide to Southeast Alaska
  • Common Language Project comes to the UW
  • New Web site showcases UW energy-related research
  • Dennis Lettenmaier elected to National Academy of Engineering
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Henry offers the photography of Kiki Smith in new exhibit
  • UW Law Clinic's Innocence Project helps reverse rape conviction
  • Jacob Lawrence Gallery hosts 'Art + Design' show
  • UW leaders give 5 percent of salary to fund scholarships, programs
  • UW is home to network that keeps an eye on lightning around the world
  • Learn the latest on managing your back pain
  • Percussion Ensemble to perform 'Meany Beat' on Feb. 25
  • Double bassist, organist to perform on Feb. 21
  • Newsmakers
  • Notices
  • Judge who indicted Pinochet to speak at UW
  • Brain-controlled cursor doubles as a neural workout
  • Q Center seeks opinions on sexual orientation issues campuswide
  • Shields takes on fiction/nonfiction distinction in newest book
  • Three UW faculty among this year's Sloan Research Fellows
  • Adapting to clogged airways makes common pathogen resist powerful antibiotics -- even without previous antibiotic exposure
  • With UW help, K-12 students do first-ever work on plasticizers in area water
  • Regenerative medicine pioneer Atala to give Rushmer Lecture
  • Childhood leukemia rates climb in southern Iraq
  • Chopping, sawing and sitting around: Film shows life in Pack Forest in 1949
  • Biosimilar drugs are topic of UW School of Pharmacy conference for biotech, pharmaceutical professionals
  • Admissions staff work together to process avalanche of autumn applications
  • Mystery Photo
  • Deadline to nominate outstanding UW women extended
  • Former drug dealer to speak about his journey away from violence March 2
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Workplace gendered tradeoffs lead to economic inequalities for women
  • Teams bring sustainable solutions to address poverty to UW in annual international competition
  • School of Music offers guitar selections Feb. 28, and Schumann music March 1
  • Earthquake engineers release report on damage in Haiti
  • Hearing aid seminar planned March 1
  • New HFS director Pam Schreiber: It's about much more than just housing
  • The power of song: UW Women's Choir, St. Mark's Women's Choir team for concert to help homeless March 8
  • South African singer-songwriter, poet-activist Vusi Mahlasela to perform Feb. 27, in Meany Hall
  • Notices
  • Local social dynamics key to success of tropical marine conservation areas
  • UW grads, staff members help Seattle Symphony 'clean its attic'
  • Sociology prof Gary Hamilton to discuss Wal-Mart's economic impact March 4
  • Dance Majors Concert: Students put their hearts and souls into the five-month process of creating a program
  • UW global health chair to receive Ned Behnke Leadership Award
  • Major depression more than doubles risk of dementia among adults with diabetes
  • Mystery Photo
  • 'El Gesticulador' (The Impostor) to be performed in Spanish at Ethnic Cultural Theatre
  • Who will give the next University Faculty Lecture? Nominations are open
  • Post-doc Association to hold career panel and networking reception March 5
  • U.S. chief information officer to speak at UW
  • Summer science and more: UW Summer Youth Programs now open for registration
  • Federal stimulus funds for UW create 2,000 jobs directly and indirectly
  • New Center for Performance Studies seeks to make the most out of lean times
  • UW Tower goes green with edible Patio Demonstration Garden
  • Mindfulness group relaxes, refreshes with meditation during lunch hours
  • It's a film from Homecoming 1957 -- but does anyone know more?
  • Bioengineering student first UW undergraduate awarded prestigious Luce Scholarship since 1977
  • Libraries sponsor research awards for undergraduates
  • Horner to speak on 'How to Build a Dinosaur' March 5
  • UW Honors Program to launch new curriculum including interdisciplinary honors
  • UW receives national recognition for community service
  • A life in the midst of the civil rights movement inspires research, brings award for Honey
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Engage Speaker Series: Where science meets storytelling
  • UW Libraries collaborates with Taiwan library to digitize rare Chinese classic books
  • Dinosaurs and their closest relatives originated earlier than thought
  • Notices
  • School of Music: There will be jazz March 8, 10, 11
  • Pianist Regina Yeh and violist Hillary Herndon team up for March 8 concert
  • Composers' Workshop, Symphonic Band concert coming from School of Music
  • Writer's Block Literary Festival: Experience an epiphany
  • Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer to speak March 4
  • Forest change topic of first-ever College of the Environment dean's lecture
  • Researchers discover gene that affects susceptibility to tuberculosis and clues to how it works
  • Panel to discuss health care impact of genetic discoveries
  • Grand prize team lights up UW global social entrepreneurship competition
  • Asian language textbook creators find commonalities in department roundtable
  • Beethoven piano sonata cycles is subject of lecture-recital
  • Singers, symphony combine in 'Mass for our Time'
  • A timely practice: Post-earthquake evaluation team to drill on campus March 25
  • UW conservation biologist urges more protection for elephants
  • Etc. Campus news & notes
  • UW Libraries joins open-access photographic fun on Flickr Commons
  • When computers were big: Help identify this week's Lost & Found Film
  • Burke offers series of talks on paleontology beginning March 30
  • Several HR units moving to Condon Hall during construction of student housing
  • A new campus award for environmental stewardship: The Husky Green Award
  • Judge upholds freeze of UW faculty salaries
  • Trying to kick the marijuana habit? UW study wants you
  • Official Notices
  • Male batterers consistently overestimate rates of violence toward partners
  • A slice of heaven: March 16 is Pie Day at 8 McMahon
  • Summer programs registering at Halbert and Nancy Robinson Center for Young Scholars
  • The smell of salt air, a mile high and 900 miles inland
  • Conquering the chaos in modern, multiprocessor computers
  • Mystery Photo
  • Thai delegation presents multi-volume edition of the Buddhist canon to UW
  • Hunter Handsfield earns prestigious Parran Award for work on sexually transmitted diseases
  • Model U.N. is off to NYC for Nationals
  • Neuromuscular junction will be topic of Einar Hille Memorial Lecture in Neurosciences
  • Goodbye until spring
  • UW Police offer Citizens Academy Wednesdays March to June
  • Bought any Pfffft Deodorant? Help identify this week's Lost & Found Film
  • We know the what of this film; help identify the why
  • UW students use spring break to launch rockets in Nevada desert
  • Center for Systems and Translational Infectious Disease Research (STRIDE) established
  • Difficulty trusting and reaching out to others may shorten diabetes patients' lives
  • UW Medicine neurosurgeon to co-chair National Football League injury committee
  • UW medical students meet their match
  • UW Students for Equal Health hosts free conference on Media and Health April 10
  • A study in clean: Custodial Services tests cleaning methods, becomes magazine cover story
  • Time once again to make way for -- you know who (quack!)
  • International convention shoots down proposed Zambia, Tanzania ivory sales