UW Uweek Archive List: Page 27

  • Bauhaus comes to our house: Chamber Dance Company takes on dances of the 1920s, 1930s in upcoming concert
  • Study: Teacher turnover is a disadvantaged school problem, not a charter school problem
  • Tickets available for School of Drama's new season
  • Greatest warming is in the north, but biggest impact on life is in the tropics
  • Scarless brain surgery is new option for patients
  • The UW Club, past, present and future: 'It's about relationships'
  • Gulf oil spill, London Olympics, driver distraction to be featured in College of Engineering fall lectures
  • Etc: Campus news & notes
  • Illustrious career brings singular honors for Mike Wallace
  • Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity welcomes UW State GEAR UP Project
  • 'Living Voters Guide' invites Washington voters to hash out ballot initiatives
  • Workshop to address complicated issue of long-term care insurance
  • Mystery Photo
  • New grants keep UW at top of schools receiving Title VI funding
  • Official Notices
  • Slade Gorton and Bill Gates Sr. to debate income tax initiative at UWT
  • Hear what makes for good acoustics at Oct. 11 Northwest Voice Foundation meeting
  • Get ready for the flu season
  • Why I chose UW Medicine: Convenient locations and the best providers -- our UW colleagues
  • UW Medicine brand launch helps inform the public on health system
  • Presidential search committee seeks input from community
  • Service Learning Resource Center launches website created by Information School students
  • How did humans live 12,000 years ago? Find out at Ice Age Archaeology Day
  • Gateway to Chile garden's opening celebration Oct. 17
  • When in Rome: Study-abroad students increase alcohol intake
  • Treating the paradox of paradoxical vocal fold motion
  • Life of Florence James -- once of the UW -- dramatized in 'McCarthy and the Old Woman'
  • Three extraordinary talents comprise the Kavafian-Schub-Shifrin Trio, playing Meany Hall Oct. 20
  • University District Food Bank, a CFD choice: 'It feels good to help others'
  • Giving back after a gift of life
  • Dawg Dash turns 25 -- grab your running shoes and join in
  • UW's first-ever Sustainability Summit and fair is Oct. 20
  • A celebration of home movies planned Oct. 16
  • UW Libraries to note Open Access Week with discussions
  • The life of Otis Pease, longtime UW history professor, to be celebrated Oct. 24
  • Game on: New graduate interest group promotes serious study of video games
  • Official Notices
  • 'A Cleaner YouTube': Pretty good for two hours' work
  • Forget the Coppertone: Water fleas in mountain ponds can handle UV rays
  • Mystery Photo
  • UW Blog profile: 'Blog Down to Washington'
  • Providing care to the villages of Gabon
  • Pharmacy student earns scholarship to enhance public health outreach
  • Tissue engineer Robert Langer to give Hoffman Lecture Oct. 22
  • City Club asks, Do you know where your DNA is?
  • I want to see what you see: Babies treat 'social robots' as sentient beings
  • Official notices
  • Annual Open Enrollment, Benefits Fairs coming
  • Gathering to mark life of Folke Nyberg
  • Of tribes and whales: Charlotte Cote publishes 'Spirits of Our Whaling Ancestors'
  • Disability expert Sue Kroeger to visit, speak Oct.25, 26
  • Smaller Faculty Senate begins new year with communication as key
  • New 'Diversity Blueprint' is the beginning of a process, Lange says
  • Civil rights leaders to discuss 'freedom dreams'
  • Computer music by Joseph Anderson is featured in concert
  • New survey shows voters oppose income tax, favor Murray over Rossi
  • Welcome event for UW Autism Center Director Wendy Stone looks at autism science
  • Etc: Campus News & Notes
  • Hot dogs, tacos, barbecue and more: Good street eats now on Red Square
  • Molecular Engineering and Science Institute to address energy and medicine; UW bioengineer named director
  • Biologist hopes new 'condos' will help Galapagos penguins stave off extinction
  • Faculty violist Melia Watras to perform Oct. 25
  • The UW's last presidential visit: A different world in 1961
  • Wind Ensemble to perform chamber concert Oct. 24
  • Getting LEAN: Units learn to shed inefficiencies with new philosophy
  • Guest Artist Recital: Bassoonist Pascal Gallois, Oct. 29
  • Take a Course in 'Young Love 101' at School of Drama's 'Love's Labour's Lost'
  • Honoring each other: Nominations open for annual campus awards
  • Mystery Photo
  • Why I chose UW Medicine: My primary care physician knows me well and my providers consult as a team
  • UW Medicine physicians participate in concussion roundtable
  • President Obama to address noon rally at Hec Edmundson Pavilion
  • Pain conference brings together a variety of health and social service professionals
  • Celebration of life for Paul Steven Miller planned Oct. 25
  • President Obama pleases a purple and gold crowd in UW campaign stop
  • Come plant a tree on Oct. 28
  • Researchers develop first implanted device to treat balance disorder
  • New class of biomolecules triggered in response to respiratory virus infection
  • Cats getting new homes, lives, through UWeek classifieds
  • Scheduling classrooms: Balancing multiple needs for 'a miracle' every quarter
  • Contemporary Group, pianist Alan Chow to perform Nov. 4
  • Spooky tunes: Annual Halloween concert on Littlefield Organ Oct. 29
  • Foster School of Business presents Entrepreneur Week UW Nov. 1-5
  • College planning night for family of UW staff, faculty Nov. 2
  • Volunteers needed for study on suicide intervention strategies
  • New agreement makes popular software, new computers very affordable
  • Scented consumer products shown to emit many unlisted chemicals
  • Molecular imaging and therapy center to develop, commercialize technologies
  • Craig Sheppard to perform 'Mostly Brahms' at Meany Hall on Nov. 1
  • Audrey Osler of University of Leeds to speak on 'Students' Perspective on Schooling' Oct. 29
  • Martha Graham Dance Company to appear at Meany Nov. 4-6
  • Pac-10 Fitness Challenge seeing more interest this year
  • CFD Profile: The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (and its Nov. 7 walk/run)
  • A life to be remembered: 'Dr. Sam' tells story of UW's Samuel E. Kelly
  • Mystery Photo
  • From obscurity to prime time: viral political videos can spring from non-political sites
  • PSO: Meet Margaret Shepherd in fall meeting
  • SafeCampus now offers violence prevention videos
  • Official Notices
  • Answers to your questions about obtaining health care at UW Medicine
  • New methods detect subtleties in human genomes' repetitive landscapes
  • UW again receives top ranking for sustainability
  • Seattle Public Library/UW Medicine free public lecture Nov. 3 looks at living organ donation
  • Dentistry alums featured in Seattle museum exhibit
  • Pharmacy faculty members honored for contributions to their profession
  • Global infectious disease researchers awarded Gates grants
  • Blog profile: Patrick Dobel muses about sports in 'Point of the Game'
  • UW army ant expert advises on National Geographic's 'Great Migrations,' Nov. 7
  • UW losing 60-year tradition of salmon returning to campus
  • Throwing money around: Departmental CFD activities make giving fun
  • UW primatologist discusses conservation biology and global health at USA Science & Engineering Festival
  • Writing tutors needed for Dream Project's Admissions Workshop Weekend
  • Energy, sustainability and social responsibility is topic of panel discussion
  • Etc.: Campus news & notes
  • Master weaver to visit Burke Nov. 5-7
  • World War I landmark not forgotten -- just moved a little
  • Foster School of Business and UWTV collaborate for new show, 'Fostering Leadership'
  • New book investigates the cost of great teaching -- and how it might be paid
  • Official notices
  • Where credit is due: Professional Staff Organization brings out new ProStaff Awards
  • Honors Program director to take on broader role in Undergraduate Academic Affairs
  • Tiny marine creatures could help diagnose the health of Puget Sound
  • Mystery Photo
  • Bringing art to the Commons
  • Eat a fish, save a rainforest: Professor says to weigh alternatives before we curtail fishing
  • Cheerleading, shibboleths & disease mongering: The dark side of health care news
  • A new space with infinite resources for students: The Research Commons
  • UW Medicine lauded for transplant, organ donation excellence
  • Why I chose UW Medicine: I was having twins!
  • Harry Kimball receives 2010 Flexner Distinguished Service to Medical Education Award
  • Screening test validated for depression in adolescents
  • Career Services director at Evans School writes new book: 'Jobs that Matter'
  • Screening of film by UW graduate will benefit School of Drama
  • Undergraduates' low-cost ultrasound system wins Gates Foundation grant
  • Meet the Mammals on Nov. 20 at the Burke
  • Mystery Photo
  • Try a different commute Nov. 18; you might win a prize
  • School of Music offers fairy tale opera, 'Hansel and Gretel'
  • By popular request: A DVD about anatomy for dancers
  • Show of hands: New screens in Meany Hall will show pianists' hand movements up close
  • New director of the UW's Robinson Center plans challenging classrooms for all children
  • Carpe Diem String Quartet to play Meany Nov. 23
  • Charles Johnson to deliver Libraries Maxine Cushing Gray Lecture, Nov. 19
  • Good dogs! Summit Assistance Dogs is a heart-warming CFD choice
  • Preparing multi-skilled future principals at UW Bothell
  • Etc: Campus News & Notes
  • It's a La Nina year -- time to prepare for possible suspended operations at the University
  • Official notices
  • Study shows universities may be failing to sufficiently teach basic research skills