Faculty/Staff

SOMEBODY HAS TO DUST!

January 22, 2018

U professor looks at gender, health and housework among older couples.



Announcements

January 22, 2018

The U’s RecycBike Brigade rides to first place in the Pac-12 Zero Waste Bowl’s Fan Engagement Category | National radon awareness month | U has role in kindergarten readiness project | A centuries-old math equation used to solve a modern-day genetics challenge | Distinguished Innovation and Impact Award 2018 deadline extended | Financial Aid Priority Date approaches



Highlighted Events

January 22, 2018

Career Trek to Seattle | The state of Open Educational Resources | Winter Innovation Summit | Marriott Library birthday bash | Table tennis tournament | KUER’s “45-days” podcast launch party | Outdoor Adventures snow shoeing | “Bright Star” | Friends of the Library lecture | U.S. Department of Justice Hate Crime forum



A Healthier U

January 22, 2018

Top 3 reasons to meet with a sport nutrition specialist | Cheers to healthy snacks | Protect your vision



The Arts and U

January 22, 2018

Written by Ireland’s master storyteller Brian Friel and inspired in part by researcher Oliver Sacks’ essay “To See and Not See,” “Molly Sweeney” tells the story of a woman who was blind since childhood