UW Uweek Archive List: Page 25

  • Plane flight yields new views of campus for staffer with a camera
  • Mystery Photo
  • A new era for the Experimental Education Unit (so long, Jennifer Annable)
  • Scrutinize arboretum's plants, critters, crawlies as part of city's first 'bioblitz'
  • Two students win Jen Caldwell Award named for UW graduate
  • 19th Annual Visiting Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery is cancer specialist Dr. Valerie Rusch of Sloan-Kettering
  • New book by Marguerite Roza exposes flaws in school finance
  • Ethnomusicology Student Association presents world music concert May 15
  • 'Guitar Ensemble: To the Beatles and Beyond' May 14
  • A history in Hawaii: Staffer Jennifer Munro to share writing about family May 10
  • Free hearing screenings, discounted products from Speech and Hearing Clinic
  • UW dedicates study center in Leon, Spain
  • UW student receives UNCF/Merck Science Initiative Award
  • Spring Opera Gala coming May 14, 16
  • Interested in voice? Voice Foundation meeting open
  • Patricia A. Banks to speak on May 14 at UW Club
  • UW administrator fights for reform of shared leave law -- and wins
  • New University Transportation Center seeks highest LEED rating
  • Call your mom: It's Mother's Day at the Arboretum May 9
  • Martin Jacques to present 'The Chinese 21st Century?' May 13
  • New monthly UWTV show, 'Dawg Dish' explores UW athletics
  • Etc: News & notes from around campus
  • The future of cities: Two-day symposium looks ahead with 'speculative urbanism'
  • Notices
  • Peer Portfolio
  • Religion and democracy to be explored in May 13 lecture
  • A natural numbers man wins a contest for sacred poetry
  • 'Forests and Health of Puget Sound' is topic of forestry issues presentation
  • Provost's Town Hall set for May 11
  • Michelle Williams to give School of Public Health Spring Quarter 2010 Distinguished Faculty Lecture
  • Emergency medical services save lives when minutes count
  • UW pharmacy students place second in national Pharmacy and Therapeutics Competition
  • UW pharmacy student Elise Fields named Lambarene Public Health Fellow
  • Evidence builds for air pollution's link to heart disease, death
  • Mystery Photo
  • Paleontologist to lecture May 21 at the Burke
  • What do you know about Malburg, city of big churches and easy virtue?
  • Groundbreaking Wednesday begins new multibuilding student housing project
  • HUB remembers its past as it heads toward its future
  • MFA Dance Concert set for May 20-23
  • A Nietzsche musical? UWB graduate student teams with composer for unusual stage piece
  • Gjertrud Schnackenberg to give annual Roethke reading
  • The American String Project plays at Benaroya -- and on your computer, too
  • Coming together: 2010 Tribal Leadership Summit on May 14
  • Hundreds of projects to be showcased at annual Undergraduate Research Symposium
  • UW Bothell celebrates 20 years with open house
  • 45th Street Viaduct to be closed for four months
  • Mark 30th anniversary of eruption of Mount St. Helens at Burke Tuesday
  • UW Tacoma Chancellor Spakes announces leadership transition
  • Provost Wise addresses budget decisions in latest Town Hall, available online
  • Class Notes: Archaeology in Film
  • HIV research open house set for June 8 at Harborview
  • Notices
  • Major depression is common and disabling after traumatic brain injury
  • Leader in adrenergic receptor research to give 23rd annual Krebs Lecture May 25
  • Advocates for cleanup of Hanford Reservation win Annual Service Award For Community Partners
  • Film stars octopus, but where was he and why?
  • The frog who failed famously, and the man who captured it on film
  • Mystery Photo
  • Class Notes: Fluency in Technology
  • Industry veterans join Center for Commercialization's Entrepreneurs-in-Residence Program
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Films from the Vault: A day of viewing (and digitizing) old and odd movies
  • New book studies how charter schools can better meet special education needs
  • Honoring the man who made the Physics-Astronomy Building a reality
  • Statewide Washington MESA Day to be held May 22
  • The big dig: Sound Transit construction will be around awhile
  • Drink coffee and support the UW at the same time
  • New Campus Sustainability Fund will support projects by students, faculty, staff
  • Learning first: Refocusing central school district offices to improve teaching and learning
  • A musical week ahead on campus
  • Bearers of cultural history: Burke Museum hosts two Ainu interns from Hokkaido, Japan
  • Neandertal genome sequencing reveals new clues on human-specific gene changes
  • Name that UWTV program, and win an iPad
  • Notices
  • Two UW students chosen as President's Medalists
  • Flexible approach to anxiety treatment may result in better symptom relief
  • It's about Denny Hall, sort of: Help identify this week's Lost & Found Film
  • Mystery Photo
  • UW panel to discuss autism and childhood vaccinations June 1
  • Ultraviolet radiation not culprit killing amphibians, research shows
  • Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences launches new initiative
  • School of Music vocal groups perform June 1, 3
  • Longtime UW climate researcher is new Washington state climatologist
  • UW names Lisa Graumlich first dean of College of the Environment
  • Disability studies students to present work at Allen Library June 1
  • Weird orbits of neighbors can make 'habitable' planets not so habitable
  • UW Initiative for Maximizing Student Diversity receives $2.2 million grant
  • Unexpected decline in newborn mortality drives child deaths below 8 million
  • Board of Regents names presidential search committee members
  • Medal of Honor dedication to be shown on UWTV Memorial Day Weekend
  • Some Montlake Blvd. lanes are closed at night
  • Notices
  • Jazz great Ron Carter to teach, perform at UW May 28
  • The totem pole is subject of lecture June 1 at the Burke
  • Javid, Pendras to speak at UW Bothell, UW Tacoma commencements
  • Lunch after the HUB: A host of dining options available
  • Percussion music, jazz coming from School of Music
  • UW, tribal partnership to develop Pacific Northwest bioenergy
  • Genome comparison tools found to be susceptible to slip-ups
  • Productive partnership: UW's David Miller and business partner Robert Hull share honor from American Institute of Architects
  • What is that glass object? Can you help identify this Lost & Found film?
  • Mystery Photo
  • Student-built blimp finds unique job in Computer Science Building
  • Next Common Book is UW-created book of 15 poems, 'You Are Never Where You Are'
  • PATH president Christopher Elias to receive School of Public Health Distinguished Alumnus Award
  • UW Pediatric Dentistry names new residency program director
  • Expect commencement-related traffic congestion near Husky Stadium on June 12
  • Bits of history: Lost & Found Film series a success, thanks to readers, colleagues
  • Issaquah Cub Scouts collect books for families of Neonatal Intensive Care babies
  • Scholar of Scandinavian diplomacy is also a serious soccer coach
  • Masters of art: Student art, design talents shine in Henry Art Gallery's eclectic MFA Exhibition
  • Parents invited to early learning conference
  • Law student was once a defendant, now plans to be a defender
  • UW Bonderman fellows explore far reaches of the globe by means of unusual fellowship
  • Endowed lectureship named in honor of tireless public health advocate, Peter Breysse
  • Etc. Campus news& notes
  • Newsmakers
  • Official notices
  • With ham radio volunteering and managing diabetes, nothing slows this dedicated manager
  • H. psychadelica makes top-10 new-species list
  • UW moves to new admissions process
  • Challenges of environmental governance is topic of talk by Miles
  • UW engineers help U.S. government estimate seepage rate of Gulf Oil Spill
  • Sailing ship with UW-led science projects on board returning to Seattle
  • Largest ever interprofessional training event for health sciences students a success
  • Advocacy through the lens
  • Study seeks adult smokers for free online smoking-cessation program
  • Growing five sprouthouses: UW students design and build greenhouses as part of redevelopment in Twisp
  • Washington Sea Grant launches WOW, a new website brimming with educational resources
  • U-PASS and Zipcar expand service to students ages 18 and older
  • It's an all-you-can-eat summer at 8 @ McMahon restaurants
  • YouTube goes gaga over iSchool grad's video
  • Marriage, home and baby iPad for UW resident
  • Mystery Photo
  • School of Dentistry opens Advanced Technology Center
  • UW team wins $1.2 million to radically reduce hospital energy use
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • School of Dentistry honors two outstanding teachers
  • Two Housing & Food Services administrators presenting at 'sustainability institute' on campus
  • Off-campus uses for Husky Card end Aug. 1
  • Accident brings new beginning for talented staffer
  • Newsmakers
  • Scientists discover spikes of nutrients fueling mid-ocean plankton
  • Virus infection may trigger unusual immune cells to attack the brain and spinal cord in multiple sclerosis
  • Official Notices
  • Autism linked to excess of duplicated and deleted DNA sequences
  • Industry fishing for profits, not predators
  • Summer camps bring athletes, rockers, cheerleaders and more to the UW Seattle campus
  • UW alliance for comparative effectiveness gains ground in research efforts, kicks off training programs