Immersive Arts – Summer 2017

DXARTS will be offering a class on Immersive Arts (DXARTS 490B) this Summer during term B (July 19-Aug 17, 2017). The class meets Monday-Thursday 9:30-12:30 in Raitt Hall, room 129. It will focus on virtual reality, and multi-channel systems. Students will use display systems, production techniques, and compositional strategies to discover immersive media experience for […]

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Photogrammetric Modeling – Summer 2017

DXARTS has a new and unique class offered Summer quarter – DXARTS 490A (SLN 14304) on Photogrammetric Modeling. This studio art course presents an introduction to the emerging field of photogrammetry. Students will experiment with both entry-level and professional software to create digital 3d Models from large sets of 2d photographs. Class will focus on […]

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SPR17: History of Civic Infrasstructure – Still open!

CEE 298 B  Special Topic: History of Civic Infrastructure (3 cr)    TTh 3:00-4:20pm  THO 135  (SLN 21194)                  Explore  design,  construction  and  impact  of  large scale  infrastructure projects in the United States, from the 1800s to the present day. From the surveying the American west, to the construction of railroads and canals, to the […]

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BIS 403 Washington D.C. Human Rights Seminar (5 cr) for Early Fall Open for UWT and UWS Students

Students who have interests in human rights, public policy and law will definitely benefit from taking this course. I would like to encourage any human rights minor students to apply to this course. After two days of intensive seminar at UW Bothell (9/7-9/8), BIS 403 students will spend a week in Washington D.C. for a […]

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Fabulous Spring class on Research Ethics

PHIL/VALUES 291: Research Ethics (TTh 1:30-2:50 plus WF quiz section).  In this course students will grapple with topics such as: the role of social values in science and ideals of objectivity; the rights and interests of human subjects as well as other stakeholders affected by research; misconduct in research, including not only outright fraud but […]

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Open Courses in the Evans School

The Evans School has several Spring Quarter courses with space available, including:   Undergraduate (open to all UW undergraduates) PUBPOL 201 Intro to Public Policy & Governance (satisfies the Individuals & Society requirement) Graduate (open to all UW graduate students) PUBPOL 565 A Municipal Management II (does not require that students have taken Municipal Management […]

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Class Openings: COM 580 Nonverbal Communication

COM 580: Nonverbal Communication (Manusov) MW 1:30-3:20pm, 5 credits Do you have an interest in nonverbal communication? It is an interdisciplinary area and one that can be deeply informative to your work. Our class (COM 580) meets MW from 1:30-3:20 and explores the biological and cultural influences on nonverbal communication, its primary communicative functions (e.g., […]

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Resilience in Education course open to all!

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Spring 2017 course: URBDP 598H Transportation and Land Use Policy

URBDP 598H Land Use and Transportation Policy Spring 2017 Professor: Daniel Carlson Time: Monday 10:30a-1:20p Location:  Gould 208J Add code: udp@uw.edu Course Overview and Objectives Ever wonder why you’re stuck in traffic? Why it costs more to take transit in Seattle than Los Angeles? How to get people out of cars and onto their feet […]

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interested in teaching? great courses in spring to explore!

First of all, consider taking EDC&I 351, Teaching as a Profession (5)!  This class helps students assess the profession of teaching and explore what becoming a teacher means. They will assess the organizational structure of teaching as a career and profession, examine social attitudes about education and the work of teachers, and think about teaching […]

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