UW Uweek Archive List: Page 24

  • Finalists in College of the Environment dean search visit campus starting Thursday
  • University Faculty Lecturer Nominations due April 14
  • 13th annual UW Home Improvement Fair provides big ideas for small budgets
  • UWTV to broadcast eight Washington softball games
  • It's lonely on the right -- but sometimes the rewards can be sweet
  • Mystery Photo
  • Up on the roof: A very green pilot project at the Botany Greenhouse
  • Awards of Excellence recipients announced
  • Etc.: News & notes from around campus
  • UW student wins mathematics competition, named Putnam Fellow
  • PhotoCity, virtual capture-the-flag, starting this week on UW campus
  • A dictionary for the Yakama language, more than 20 years in the making
  • Campus Destination: The Conference Room Gallery, UW Health Sciences T-Wing
  • Notices
  • What if all software was open source? A code to unlock the desktop
  • Photo exhibit opens April 8 in Skylight Gallery
  • Educational Outreach reduces server energy consumption by 80 percent
  • Women's Center has new home in College of Arts & Sciences
  • Newsmakers
  • School of Public Health dean finalists will present to the public
  • Samuel Lieu, Judith Lieu to speak on campus
  • Professor Emeritus of Health Services Austin Ross inducted into Healthcare Hall of Fame
  • Doing anything cool for Earth Day?
  • TRUST recruits and prepares medical students for service in rural and underserved areas
  • Infertility increases a man's risk of prostate cancer
  • Dr. Evan Kanter: On a mission to treat and prevent psychiatric casualties of war
  • Boise family physician Suzanne Allen takes the helm of the medical school's regional programs
  • Pharmacology chair Bill Catterall lauded with 2010 Canadian medical award
  • Of salmon and the stage: UW anthropologist's research comes to life as a play
  • Mystery Photo
  • Celebrating the census: Population numbers a powerful research tool for demographers
  • Computer training available online
  • Emergency communications: A growing set of tools to keep campus community informed
  • Student clean-tech innovations impress at UW Environmental Innovation Challenge
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • The faculty voice: Never more important than now
  • The faculty voice: Never more important than now
  • Faculty Senate approves restructuring plan
  • Arboretum launches next phase of Pacific Connections Garden project
  • Prisoners, pirates, pool sharks populate entertaining 'Cartoon Introduction to Economics'
  • Stairmasters: Climbing to fitness at UW Tower
  • 'Kidz Wall' at UW Tower exhibits art
  • School of Music celebrates two decades of jazz program with a week of performances
  • Ladner to present Samuel E. Kelly Distinguished Faculty Lecture
  • UW Libraries announces Springer e-journal cancellations to take effect mid-April
  • Maria Larionoff, Robin McCabe team up for concert April 11
  • Faculty, student talents will turn out for Paws-on Science: Huskies Weekend, April 9-11
  • UW Medicine pediatrician and injury-prevention researchers at Harborview play a role in new cell phone measure
  • Early Bloomers plant sale at the Arboretum
  • UW Postdoc Association holding annual meeting Wednesday, April 14.
  • 100 plans for 100 gardens is goal of 'urban food' conference
  • Large attendance anticipated at the Spring Career Fair
  • Notices
  • UW undergrads now routinely do research, study shows
  • Peer Portfolio
  • Newsmakers
  • Genome scientist Dr. Jay Shendure receives Prostate Cancer Foundation Young Investigator Award
  • Pharmacy students make mark on Capitol Hill
  • UW Dentistry alumni to honor Dr. James C. McGraw
  • Developing countries worldwide devote more funding to health, except many in sub-Saharan Africa
  • Mystery Photo
  • Teaching and administration combine well for new manager of POD
  • Campus gone green: Happy 40th birthday, Earth Day
  • What's in a word? More than you think, Friels' 'Translations' shows
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Marching in kilts, floating in the pond: Help identify this film
  • 'Glee' gathering takes Seattle by storm, UW student helps make it happen
  • Harp, flute and strings in spotlight at concert April 18
  • Expert on gifted education to join College of Education, direct Robinson Center for Young Scholars
  • Author to discuss Islamic Cairo April 20
  • Circle of Friends knitting group headed toward goal of 1,000 scarves
  • Forum planned to discuss upcoming changes in Mary Gates Hall
  • UW team tracks serial killers to win Mathematical Contest in Modeling
  • Pianist to present lecture-recital on Heitor Villa-Lobos
  • Notices
  • Arborteum's annual plant sale to be April 24 and 25
  • Records Management holds open house April 23, reminds staff to manage electronic records
  • UW Station: Construction update community meeting set
  • New state budget means more cuts for UW
  • Traumatized trees: Bug them enough, they get fired up
  • Engineering Summit to address challenges in aerospace, computing, biotech
  • 'Off-Track Profs' author to speak, sign books at Bothell
  • Author to speak on China's role in the 21st century April 20
  • Opening classroom doors: Teaching and learning highlighted at annual symposium
  • Show your Husky pride: Be a model
  • Maternal deaths fall worldwide from a half-million annually to fewer than 350,000
  • See a travel medicine doctor before you explore the world
  • A real scream: Get ready for 'Bat Boy: The Musical'
  • Four men and a building: Help identify this film about Sieg Hall
  • Are they blue? Herons build a home on campus
  • Reception April 26 for two new books on gender equity and public policy
  • UW names 2010 Magnuson Scholars
  • Dangerous plaques in blood vessels rupture by overproducing protein-busting enzymes
  • Mystery Photo
  • Posters on the theme of 'goodbye' exhibiting at the Parnassus Cafe
  • He's a mathematican, she's an artist. Just don't call them opposites
  • A big donation and a new administrative home for Disability Studies
  • Electronic, computer music coming from DXArts April 28
  • Resetting a campus 'gem': Newer, bigger Ethnic Cultural Center coming in 2012
  • Academy of Arts and Sciences names pioneers in genetics, fisheries as fellows
  • Engineering Discovery Days happening this weekend, April 23-24
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Concert of Mexican music concludes with a community fandango celebration
  • UW Extension becomes UW Professional and Continuing Education
  • UW among 15 'greenest' colleges in Princeton Review rating
  • UW education professor writes new book on helping charter schools succeed
  • Army's way of war is topic of talk
  • What's purple and gold and green all over? First Husky Green Award winners honored
  • Master of Communication in Digital Media Program kicks off Media Space
  • UW community invited to join the UW Medicine 'March for Babies' team
  • McNair/Early Identification/GO-MAP Spring Research Conference set for April 30 - May 1.
  • Notices
  • Vote early and often to support observatory renovation
  • Professional Staff Organization will look back as it turns 20 with April 28 celebration
  • UW green tech startup acquired by Belkin International
  • Littlefield Organ Series presents Sandra Soderlund on April 25
  • Commuter Services proposes new transportation and parking rates for 2010-2011
  • UW ranked first nationally for primary care for 17th year in a row
  • Former EU president to speak at UW
  • Student service and leadership to be celebrated April 28
  • Biomedical informatics expert Daniel Masys to give 2010 Annual Science in Medicine Lecture April 29
  • New methods identify thousands of DNA sequences missing from human genome reference map
  • Two UW professors named to National Academy of Sciences
  • Confucius Institute of Washington opens to support Chinese language, culture
  • Crew practices in 1948 -- can you tell us more about this film?
  • William H. Gates Sr. to be UW Commencement speaker
  • Comparative-effectiveness study confirms new treatment for a type of diabetic vision loss
  • UW students document human rights abuses related to production of biofuels
  • Mystery Photo
  • John T. Slattery is chair-elect of Pharmaceutical Sciences section of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • A serious White House meeting on workplace issues -- and a pretty cool afternoon, too
  • Hall Health to be expanded, refurbished beginning this summer
  • Composer Huck Hodge, a musician since childhood, never considered another career
  • Sociologist Jake Rosenfeld examines workplace pay in 'Starbucks, Boeing and You' May 6
  • Huskies to play first weekday game in 71 years for TV on Nov. 18
  • Japanese group to plant 'Peace Pole' at UW Tacoma, participate in forum on worldwide disarmament
  • Research shows part of Alaska inundated by ancient megafloods
  • Jazzman Pat Metheny to teach UW students in special April 30 appearance
  • Notices
  • Buddy Ratner to deliver University Faculty Lecture
  • Jose Alaniz pens history of Russian comics -- 'from the icon to the internet'
  • President Emmert's farewell
  • Social work with men explored in new book by UW Tacoma prof Rich Furman
  • The Health Promotion Research Center: Making a difference in workers' health
  • Distinguished Teaching Awards Showcase, May 7
  • Craig Sheppard to perform Schubert in faculty recital May 5
  • Adult mortality trends reveal massive rise in global inequalities
  • Biggest mouth in Seattle opens wide to promote oral health
  • UW medical historian James Whorton traces criminal and environmental poisoning in 'The Arsenic Century'
  • In the dark about the tunnel: Can you provide information on this week's film?