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November 21, 2012

UW rates gold in sustainability assessment, strongest performer in Pac-12

News and Information

The UW has the strongest sustainability performance in the Pac-12 according to a new rating system.

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The radical roots of Yesler Terrace

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News digest: WWI Christmas Truce lecture, winter-weather policy overviews, Honor: Rob Corser

WWI Christmas Truce subject of Dec. 5 lecture || Winter weather on the way, UW has policies || Rob Corser among 30 ‘most admired educators’ in design

Official notice: Rules for residence halls, family apartments under review

A public hearing is scheduled Nov. 29 concerning proposed amendments to rules for the University of Washington residence halls and family housing apartments.

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November 20, 2012

New study suggests charter schools may not systematically under-enroll students with special needs

Communications and Center On Reinventing Public Education

Charter schools may be doing better at enrolling students with special needs than many believe, according to a new report by UW’s Center on Reinventing Public Education.

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Why E.T. would also breathe oxygen

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November 19, 2012

Mutations in genes that modify DNA packaging result in form of muscular dystrophy

UW Health Sciences/UW Medicine

Studying the molecular basis of progressive muscle weakness may lead to therapies to prevent or reduce symptoms.

Can life emerge on planets around cooling stars?

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UW astronomers find that planets orbiting white and brown dwarfs are unlikely to be good candidates for sustaining life.

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Admissions director holds key to UW’s door

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November 16, 2012

Documents that Changed the World: Gutenberg indulgence, 1454

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Joe Janes goes back to the fifteenth century and the work of Johannes Gutenberg for this installment in his series of podcasts, Documents that Changed the World.

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