The latest news from the UW
November 10, 2010
Since this is a La Nina year — with more than average snowfalls expected — it’s a good time to review the UW’s bad weather policies.
Among all the construction on campus, there’s a little destruction too. Workers from R.W. Rhine Inc. have been reducing Balmer Hall to rubble in order to make way for a new building that will primarily house classrooms for the Foster School of Business.
Knowing that strong early learning can boost later classroom success, the University of Washington’s College of Education will take the lead in a new, five-year, $40 million national Head Start grant to improve young children’s readiness for school.
Volunteers needed for studies on substance abuse, domestic violence interventions
Opening of a juried exhibit highlighting the best work coming from the diverse students in the School of Art.
College students are among the savviest users of Web 2.
Board of Regents
The Regents will hold a regular public meeting at 2 p.
This is the time of year when Human Resources reminds employees about the University’s policies for suspended operations and inclement weather.
DAILY DELIGHT: The UW student newspaper, The Daily, competed at the National College Media Conference recently, and cleaned up.
Students in UW Bothell’s principal preparation program tend to be teachers who already have spent several years as leaders and mentors — even if some of that work is on the informal side.
Editor’s note: Through the 2010 Combined Fund Drive campaign, University Week will spotlight agencies that receive CFD funds and members of the UW community who volunteer for such organizations.
Charles Johnson, recipient of the 2010 Maxine Cushing Gray Visiting Writers Fellowship Award at UW Libraries, will give a lecture at 7 p.
Carpe Diem String Quartet performs at 8 p.
Nancy Hertzog had one heck of a first day teaching elementary school: one of her students pulled the fire alarm and then vanished — later he was found hitchhiking by the assistant superintendent — as fire and police forces descended on the school.
The acoustics of Meany Hall are splendid, so when musicians play, the audience hears everything beautifully.
When Dance Professor Jennifer Salk gave presentations at conferences, people often asked her if they could record her performance so they could look at it later for reference.
Thomas Harper directs students from the UW Voice Division in the fully-staged production of Engelbert Humperdinck’s fairy tale opera Hansel and Gretel Nov.
More than 1,600 members of the UW community have pledged to try something different with their commutes when the Huskies play the Bruins on Nov.
Where are we? The photo above was taken somewhere on campus.
The Burke Museum invites the public to see, touch, and learn about the museum’s extraordinary collection of mammals at the annual Meet the Mammals family day from 10 a.
A team of UW undergraduate students was among 65 research groups that have just learned they have won one of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s $100,000 Grand Challenges Explorations grants.
Night Catches Us, a soon-to-be-released film about the Black Panthers that was produced by UW graduate Ron Simons, will be screened at 7 p.
In high school, Heather Krasna helped form a club that focused on environmental issues.
Among all the construction on campus, there’s a little destruction too.
Primary-care clinicians know teen depression is common, but they’ve lacked a reliable screening test for it.
UW Medical Center was recognized by the Health Resources and Services Administration (<A href="http://www.
November 9, 2010
Carpe Diem String Quartet performs at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 23 as part of the World Series at Meany Hall. The quartet-in-residence at Ohio Wesleyan University, the group is known as one of the most versatile ensembles of its generation and is committed to bringing new audiences to chamber music.
UW undergraduate students will travel to Africa to test an ultrasound system aimed at lowering childbirth-related mortality, which kills an estimated 1,000 women each day, almost entirely in the developing world.
The acoustics of Meany Hall are splendid, so when musicians play, the audience hears everything beautifully. But sight lines can be a more difficult matter — especially when a pianist performs. Problem solved. New video screens recently installed at Meany will give audiences an up-close look at the pianists’ fingering as they play.
Night Catches Us, a new film about the Black Panthers that was produced by UW graduate Ron Simons, will be screened at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 17, at Cinebarre theater in Mountlake Terrace. The screening will raise money for the UW School of Drama Career Entry Endowment Fund.
Students from the UW Voice Division will perform a fully-staged production of Engelbert Humperdinck’s fairy tale opera Hansel and Gretel Nov. 17, 19 and 21 in Meany Hall. Musical accompaniment is by the University Symphony, conducted by Jonathan Pasternack, and the production is directed by Thomas Harper.
Pediatric anesthesiology fellow Dr. Katherine Keech describes the family-centered care at UW Medicine during her pregnancy, the birth of her twins and their NICU stay. New dad Dr. John Keech is a UW surgery resident.
On Nancy Hertzog’s first day of teaching, one of her students pulled the fire alarm and then vanished. She isn’t likely to have that experience here, as she brings her 30 years of experience to lead the Halbert and Nancy Robinson Center for Young Scholars.
A brief questionnaire commonly used with adults is shown to be a suitable depression screening tool for teenagers, too.
The Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, lauded UW Medicine for superb performance in its transplant and organ donation programs.
Kimball was honored for fostering high standards of professionalism in medical practice and in physician training, and for his commitment to social justice and patient welfare.
Bothell principal preparation program is designed to accommodate busy teachers who have the ambition to become principals.
People kept asking to record Dance Professor Jennifer Salk’s presentations about anatomy for dancers. So she made her own DVD, containing eight lessons.« Previous Page Next Page »