UW Today

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June 11, 1998

School of Nursing contracts to provide online continuing education courses for health care professionals

The University of Washington School of Nursing has entered into an agreement with SafeWare Inc., a Bellevue-based software company, to join a distance-learning cooperative to provide continuing education courses and related online services to health care professionals across the nation.

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U-Link Internet medical records pilot described in June 13 edition of The Lancet

UW Health Sciences/UW Medicine

U-Link is a University of Washington (UW) pilot project to make medical records available immediately over the Internet to a patient’s UW and referring physicians in a confidential, secured fashion.

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June 10, 1998

Brightest object in universe discovered by UW astronomer

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The brightest object yet observed in the universe has been discovered by a University of Washington astronomer and his colleagues.

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June 9, 1998

123rd Commencement, President’s Medalist: Elisabeth Marie Zeller

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Elisabeth Marie Zeller, 26, will be recognized as the outstanding senior at the university’s 123rd Commencement June 13 in Seattle. She is receiving bachelor’s degrees in history and economics.

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123rd COMMENCEMENT

The University of Washington’s Class of 1998 totals 9,952, a preliminary count of undergraduate, graduate and professional students receiving degrees at three Commencement ceremonies.

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June 8, 1998

University of Washington plays key role in space map project

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The University of Washington is a key player in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, an ambitious new effort to create the first-ever digital map of the heavens.

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Wanted: More women and minority engineers to meet industry demand

The numbers paint a grim picture. While women and minorities are projected to make up 68 percent of new entrants to the U.S. labor force by the year 2000, only a small fraction of them are likely be trained as scientists and engineers.

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June 5, 1998

Physicists find evidence that neutrinos have mass

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A physics collaboration that includes a team from the University of Washington has unveiled evidence indicating that subatomic particles known as neutrinos have mass.

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June 4, 1998

Too much exercise may put some young women at risk for bulimia

New research indicates that young women who are compelled to exercise at excessive levels are at risk for developing eating disorders and general psychological unhappiness.

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June 3, 1998

Physics experiment produces highest-energy electrons and positrons ever created in man-made accelerator

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Physicists at the European Laboratory for Particle Physics (CERN) in Geneva have created the highest-energy electrons and positrons, the anti-matter counterparts of electrons, ever produced in a man-made particle accelerator.

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