UW News


August 4, 2005

Health Sciences News Briefs

UW Medicine Board review committee report available online
The full report of the UW Medicine Board review commmittee, “Achieving Excellence in Compliance” is now available on the Web.


Notices

ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITY

ADAI grants

The Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute invites applications from UW faculty for its Small Grants Research Awards.


Mystery Photo

Where are we? The photo above was taken somewhere on campus.


Anniversary of WWII’s end to be marked Aug. 12

The end of World War II brought relief and joy, but it was also a bittersweet time as survirors remembered fallen family members, friends and classmates at the UW.


Diseased Montlake trees to be removed

A double row of Leyland cypress trees along Montlake Boulevard are scheduled to be removed soon.


All smiles: Mayor honors dentists for neighborhood revitalization

The look and feel of a neighborhood reaches out to passers-by through the facades of its many storefronts.


Etc: Campus news & notes

BON APPETIT: You can enjoy fine dining and help the needy all at once when you attend the Sunset Supper sponsored by Seattle’s Market Foundation at 7:30 p.


SLUGs will eat tapas, and you are invited

The SLUGs are having tapas this week, and everyone is invited to join them.


Staff train in emergency management

Next week, about 70 UW employees, along with several of their counterparts with the city, county and state, will travel to Emmitsburg, Md.


Lecture focuses on Paris photos

Meredith Clausen, professor of art history and architecture, will present a lecture at the Henry Art Gallery Aug.


Of pond critters and river currents

FARM POND FINDS: During the summer, recreational use of the 1 million or so farm ponds in Texas reaches its annual peak.


July 21, 2005

Emergency drill planned for Aug. 3

Several local and regional agencies will be testing their ability to respond to an emergency involving mass casualties caused by a weapon of mass destruction in a drill to be held at the UW Aug.


Microsoft grant to UW, others, will help K12 teachers

Expanding connections and resources for new K12 teachers is at the heart of a two-year, $500,000 grant from Microsoft that the UW will share with three other universities, partnering with public school districts.


Notices

Reference update 
The following UW policies, orders, and rules were recently revised: