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March 8, 1999

Dr. Christopher B. Wilson to head Department of Immunology at the UW School of Medicine

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Dr. Christopher B. “Chris” Wilson has been named chair of the University of Washington (UW) Department of Immunology, effective March 1.

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UW scientists get fellowships to learn science communications

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Two University of Washington professors are among 20 environmental scientists nationwide named today to fellowships in a new communications training and networking program.

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March 4, 1999

Power outages are result of economic trade-offs, UW researcher says

Power outages are result of economic trade-offs, UW researcher says

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March 2, 1999

Study tests vitamins in recovery from trauma

A collaborative study by Harborview surgeons and dietitians will evaluate the efficacy of anti-oxidant vitamin supplementation in intensive care unit (ICU) patients at Harborview.

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David Hodge selected as dean of College of Arts and Sciences

David Hodge, interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington since July 1998, has been chosen by UW President Richard L. McCormick to be the dean of the college.

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Shift in climate cycle would mean winters that are wetter than average

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During a weekend presentation at a Northwest weather workshop in Seattle, University of Washington researchers Philip Mote and Alan Hamlet presented what they consider to be mounting evidence of a shift in the cycle that influences Alaska and Pacific Northwest climate for 10, 20 or 30 years at a time.

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March 1, 1999

Labor activists, academics come together for lectures and symposia on strikes

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More than 35 scholars and labor activists will convene at the University of Washington for “Strikes!,” a series of lectures and symposia from March 4 to 6 organized by the UW Center for Labor Studies (CLS).

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High school students test

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Teams from Sedro-Woolley High School claimed first and third places, and a team from Garfield High School placed second Saturday during the state’s Ocean Science Bowl sponsored by the University of Washington’s College of Ocean and Fishery Sciences

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February 23, 1999

Medical Respite Program helps the homeless

“Too sick for the streets, but not sick enough for the hospital” describes homeless people recovering from short-term health problems, such as minor trauma, chemotherapy treatments for cancer, or newly diagnosed chronic diseases.

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Harborview’s House Calls program cited

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Henry J.

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