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March 1995 issue

1964 Civil Rights Act benefited women most, UW expert says

Since the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, women—both black and white—have made the greatest gains in the job market, says UW Sociology Professor Paul Burstein.


March 1995 issue

Storm-sheltered shores not safe from tsunamis, research shows

UW engineers have found that even localities sheltered from storm-driven waves can be wiped out by the earthquake-driven tsunamis.


March 1995 issue

Tuition reform may cushion budget blow

The University of Washington and other state universities may have the power to set some tuition rates if the Washington State Legislature follows Gov. Mike Lowry's recommendations.


March 1995 issue

Faculty give half-million to support UW students

Over the last three years, faculty members at the University have contributed more than half a million dollars to support graduate and professional students.


March 1995 issue

Communications, Slavic languages among units considered for closure

The UW must consider closing the School of Communications and the applied math, Slavic languages and literature, and speech communication departments, President Gerberding announced.


June 1995 issue

Gerberding made a lasting mark on the UW

William P. Gerberding has put his imprint on the University of Washington as few presidents have.


Dec. 1994 issue

Researchers enter fraught debate over dams and salmon runs

Researchers have come up with numbers that disturb long-held conclusions about what's needed to help speed young fish down river.


Dec. 1994 issue

What if they sold the ‘U’? Imagine what the state would lose

Imagine the state without its flagship university. Like a bad dream, it's a scenario with symbolic value.


Dec. 1994 issue

Columns comes to your computer through Internet connections

Starting Dec. 1, 1994, the text of Columns magazine are available through the Internet.


Dec. 1994 issue

High-tech network may ease traffic woes

Several hundred Puget Sound commuters will use an existing FM wireless messaging network to plan their trips.


Dec. 1994 issue

Counseling reduces risk of binge drinking, researchers report

UW psychologists reduced the dangers of binge drinking in college students through specialized counseling.


Dec. 1994 issue

UW researchers develop new test for chlamydia

UW researchers have demonstrated new tests that can accurately detect the presence of chlamydia in a simple urine sample.


Dec. 1994 issue

UW branch campuses plan for permanent homes

Permanent homes for the UW's two branch campuses came closer to reality, as plans for UW­ Tacoma cleared an important landmarks panel.


Dec. 1994 issue

UW sees $19 million cut; environmental institute may close

UW deans, vice presidents, vice provosts and the director of libraries submitted plans in November for $19 million in budget reductions at the Seattle campus.


Dec. 1994 issue

Martin Rodbell, ’54, receives Nobel Prize in medicine

Martin Rodbell was honored for research on G proteins, a key component of the communication system that regulates cellular activity.


Dec. 1994 issue

Lots of impressive numbers, and one that spells trouble

There are plenty of numbers in this issue of Columns—maybe too many.


Dec. 1994 issue

Regal statue of Washington once was stuck in the mud

For 18 years of humiliation at the University of Washington, the Father of Our Country had his feet in the mud.


Dec. 1994 issue

John Bonica devoted his life to easing people’s pain

John J. Bonica was the UW anesthesiology professor considered by many to be the founding father of the field of pain relief.


Dec. 1994 issue

Robert Osborne, ’54, became an authority on Hollywood

Osborne is a longtime columnist for the Hollywood Reporter, host of a movie classic series on the Turner Channel, and author of eight books chronicling the Academy Awards.


Dec. 1994 issue

For grad students, the reward is worth the hardship

Despite the financial hardship, incredibly long days and stiff competition for funding, graduate school has never been more popular.

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