UW Uweek Archive List: Page 26

  • Indigenous communities from across the Pacific join for first-ever cultural collaboration
  • Button, button, who's got the button slogan?
  • Report highlights strengths, challenges of charter school management organizations
  • Henry's 'Sonic Noon' concert series starts -- next performances are Aug. 5, Sept. 2
  • How to create true democracy in Albania? From within, led by the people, UW prof writes
  • University Book Store branch opens in Odegaard Undergraduate Library
  • It's a seven-day work week for staffer with delicious side business
  • Parents need orientation, too -- and every summer, First Year Programs provides it
  • Making clouds brighter: Could geoengineering slow climate warming?
  • STAR Program recruits underrepresented students to medical research
  • TransNow TransLab a New Hub for UW Transportation Research
  • Departments of Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautics & Astronautics appoint new chairs
  • Thermal-powered, insectlike robot crawls into microrobot contenders' ring
  • Frances J. Youn selected as student representative on Board of Regents
  • Dr. Howard Frumkin, special assistant at CDC, selected as dean of UW School of Public Health
  • Mystery Photo
  • Memorial planned for Stuart Scheingold, UW scholar of socio-legal studies
  • Official Notices
  • Dr. Mark Drangsholt named chair of oral medicine at School of Dentistry
  • New medical interns express enthusiasm, get pointers from veterans
  • Traumatic brain injury: A leading cause of death without a champion
  • UW Board of Regents Names Provost Phyllis Wise as Interim President
  • Life narratives unfold with Harborview writer-in-residence
  • More than just pre-college orientation -- it's an Outdoor Adventure
  • Planning some catering? Learn about diverse caterers at Aug. 11 Business Diversity Connections event
  • Improving productivity could deliver 'new money' for public schools
  • Mystery Photo
  • UW's annual economic impact on Washington is $9.1 billion
  • Newsmakers
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Official Notices
  • Donation leads to database, exhibit and book -- all honoring the contribution of immigrants from South Asia
  • UW School of Dentistry dean wins international research award
  • Scandinavian scholar one of 12 to get Google grant seeking to transform literary scholarship
  • Subway to open at By George July 26
  • Summer Shuffle: A book sale and swap at the Henry July 24
  • That was then--this is again: Photos show UW Tacoma's past, present
  • Mary Lidstrom named interim provost, succeeding Phyllis Wise
  • TVW and UWTV forge a closer partnership
  • UW Bothell Nursing Program wins grant to expand program, increase diversity
  • UW Awarded Five-Year College Assistance Migrant Program grant
  • UW students win Udall, Boren, Goldwater scholarships
  • UW Medicine backs effort to save lives in schools
  • UW Medical Center ranks 12th in U.S. News Media Group's 2010 edition of America's Best Hospitals
  • Ignoring seat belt law costs Montanans $36 million in health care expenses each year
  • Regional differences found in treating end-stage kidney disease in elderly Americans
  • UW digestive disease doctor to bike with 'Get Your Guts in Gear'
  • Larry Corey to head Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
  • Busy Dream Project co-founder fulfilling her own educational dreams
  • UW Dentistry's Wendy Mouradian named federal oral health adviser
  • Good thinking: Shah named 'Thought Leader' by Academy of Management -- again
  • Public invited to two plenary sessions at UW Summer Institute for Public Health Practice
  • UCAR now available at the Portage Bay Parking Facility
  • From 'pipe dream' to reality: Foster School of Business readies Paccar Hall for its debut
  • LEAP: Training new student athletes in the rigors of college academics
  • Mystery Photo
  • Archaeology crews examine Arboretum locations for future bridge supports
  • Pool becomes a drama design studio -- a new life for part of Hutchinson Hall
  • You oughta be in pictures -- on Montlake's 'Great Wall of Us'
  • Etc: Campus news & notes
  • 10 climate indicators in new report point to marked warming in last 30 years
  • Gaming for a cure: Computer gamers tackle protein folding
  • Scientists uncover a mechanism behind Salmonella virulence and drug susceptibility
  • METROpolis 2030 envisions Northgate transit center as urban village
  • Retail prices of healthful foods rising, according to UW study
  • Official Notices
  • Close-up on photography at the Burke Aug. 14
  • Campus losing another tree to Dutch elm disease
  • Newsmakers
  • UW professor's lifetime efforts receive international recognition
  • UW Nurse Camp creates collegiate opportunities for minority and low-income high school students
  • Integrating dance: different bodies, different abilities
  • U.S. Department of Education award prepares new nurse educators
  • State Route 520 to be closed for inspections this weekend, Aug. 20-22
  • It's about the kids: Refocusing central school district offices with teaching and learning in mind
  • Site work brings UW Construction Management interns back to campus
  • Report: Math, science teachers tend to earn less than colleagues in Washington state high schools
  • Late UW pediatrician Dr. Robert Deisher advocated for street kids and disabled youth
  • Of music and the mind: Conference for Music Perception and Cognition at UW this month
  • Mystery Photo
  • National Research Council endorses project in which UW is a major player
  • Surf your way to a deep ocean research expedition
  • Nanoscale DNA sequencing could spur revolution in personal health care
  • Italy's foreign minister to deliver address at UW's Rome Center
  • UW named one of America's 20 "e;coolest"e; schools by Sierra Magazine
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Slow-moving 'earthquake' under Olympic Peninsula will be well recorded
  • 15 UW students, alumni selected for Fulbright Scholarships
  • UW Bothell announces biology as a new degree option
  • UW Tacoma a top choice for veterans
  • UW Tacoma opens new Student Health Services clinic
  • Save the date: Emmert to be feted Sept. 27
  • Next issue of 'University Week' is Sept. 30
  • Official Notices
  • A different, greener way of making things -- call it 'humblefacture'
  • UW Medicine palliative care program receives funds to care for terminally ill people lacking primary care
  • Husky football coverage takes over Mondays on UWTV
  • Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation launches landmark survey to discover the impact of disease worldwide
  • Deaf, hard-of-hearing students do first test of sign language by cell phone
  • Young artists to parade heady summer creations
  • Consortium of Universities for Global Health 2010 annual conference to be held at UW Sept. 19-21
  • There's a movie being filmed on campus -- want to be an extra?
  • Genetic alterations common to Kabuki syndrome discovered through streamlined DNA sequencing
  • Researchers discover genetic link between immune system, Parkinson's disease
  • School of Medicine hosts Walker-Ames Scholar Dr. Roger Strasser, a global leader in rural physician training
  • UW Nursing's Betty Bekemeier named a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholar
  • UW, Seattle Children's launch new pediatric oral health center
  • Mice engrafted with human immune cells may pave way to better typhoid fever treatments
  • From film school to medical school, UW grad pursues his passion
  • UW researchers seek to improve access to personalized drug therapy for underserved populations
  • Pharmacy professor Joy Plein named Distinguished Alumna of Idaho State
  • Michaela Leslie-Rule wins Young Investigator Award for work on gender-based violence
  • Vice President Joe Biden to attend Tacoma rally Oct. 8
  • New UW-based Northwest Climate Center to develop new tools for climate change planning
  • Comfortable at Condon: Former HUB offices getting used to new home
  • 'We the people': Read and hear the U.S. Constitution Oct. 8
  • 34 University of Washington doctoral programs rated highly on national assessment
  • Campus in 2010 is one big construction zone (and that's a good thing)
  • 'Now Urbanism' kicks off with panel discussion Oct. 7
  • Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity awarded Student Support Services grants
  • U.S. poised to repeat mistakes concerning nuclear wastes, researchers say
  • Etc: News & Notes from around campus
  • Memorial planned Oct. 3 for Randolph 'Ran' Hennes
  • UW Bothell nursing students in first UW program offered in Everett
  • Young investigators will hunt clues at Burke Museum in 'Seek Your Own Proof' online game
  • New faculty get orientation, too -- in the Faculty Fellows Program
  • UW Bothell debuts new principal preparation program
  • Eight UW professors elected to Washington State Academy of Sciences
  • 80 percent of agricultural expansion in tropics came at expense of forests
  • Burke Museum to show off collection of hand-woven textiles in 'Weaving Heritage'
  • Program aims to help Indonesian universities host international students
  • Mystery Photo
  • Interim President Phyllis Wise: The University's needs won't wait
  • Volunteer with Jumpstart and help local preschoolers prepare for kindergarten
  • UW leading $7.5 million study of animal flight and aerial vehicles
  • UWTV kicks off fall TV season with brand new, original shows
  • Official Notices
  • Depression during pregnancy increases risk for preterm birth and low birth weight
  • UW researchers land $24 million in patient-centered research grants
  • UW Medical Center nurse volunteers to help in Haiti, rallies co-workers, too
  • UW Tumor Vaccine Group to hold open house Oct. 14
  • Two sides to this story: Save paper with double-sided copying
  • UW Photographers Group: New exhibit is all about 'Doubt'
  • Open for business: PACCAR Hall to be dedicated Oct. 15
  • UW-built device reveals invisible world teeming with microscopic algae
  • UW and Amgen: Working together to help professionals advance their biotech education
  • Hard evidence for better policymaking: Introducing the Center for Education Data and Research
  • President's address set for Oct. 12
  • 2010 Combined Fund Drive kicks off with Oct. 13 Charity Fair
  • Did you know Radford Court is open to UW employees?