HuskyADAPT Toy Adaptation Event May 15th – RSVP

HuskyADAPT is a UW student organization seeking to foster an inclusive, sustainable, and multidisciplinary community supporting accessible design and play technology. On May 15th from 5:30 to 7:30pm, we will host a toy adaptation event in which we will adapt toys for children with diverse abilities. No experience is required and all majors are welcome! Check out the attached […]

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Apply by May 21, 2018 – Graduate Certificate in Science, Technology, and Society Studies (STSS)

The University of Washington’s Interdisciplinary Science, Technology, and Society Studies (STSS) Graduate Certificate Program invites applications from students enrolled in any UW master’s or doctoral program. STSS students tend to be interested in history and philosophy of science, social and cultural studies of science and technology, and interdisciplinary studies of ethics, equity, communication, and policy […]

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Interested in an introduction to sustainable business course for non business majors (no prerequisites, hybrid online course, NW and I&S)?

ESRM 321, Finance & Accounting From a Sustainability Perspective, is a course that: Gives NW and I&S and 5 credits Has no prerequisites Is a hybrid online course, meaning there are some scheduled live online and in person events (mandatory in person exam on 8.16, 4:40-6:50 pm; six online quizzes starting at 6 pm; five […]

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Spaces open – JSIS 535: Society, Technology, and the Future

Space available in 2 credit, summer A-term JSIS 535: Society, Technology, and the Future, taught by James Bernard. This course explores the intersection of policy, technology and society. Technology is rapidly changing the way that humans interact with one another, markets are formed, and information is stored, shared and utilized. While technology has held and […]

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Carlson Center invites students to apply: Jackson Munro Public Service Fellowship (due May 7)

The Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center is pleased to invite students to apply for the 2018 Jackson Munro Public Service Fellowship. Applications are due on May 7, 2018 @ 11:59 pm and may be emailed directly to rvaughn@uw.edu. Jackson Munro Public Service Fellowship The Jackson Munro Public Service Fellowship encourages a life-long commitment to […]

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Free Pizza! STEM Outreach Recruitment – UW Science Explorers

Dear UW grad students, Hope your quarters going great! We know that you probably do not need anotherresponsibility in your calendar, specially when is getting nice outside! But we are reaching out again because we need YOU! We have a classroom full ok kids eager to learn about science and we do not have enough tutors! We are […]

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May UWIN Seminar: David Perkel and Rajiv Saigal, 5/9, 3:30pm, HUB 337

Please join us for May’s UWIN seminar! This installment features a fascinating pair of short talks by UWIN faculty members David Perkel and Rajiv Saigal: “A simple microcircuit for generating neural variability to support vocal learning” David Perkel, Professor,  Departments of Biology and Otolaryngology, University of Washington “Opportunities and Limitations of Neuroengineering approaches to CNS […]

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COESAC Application 2018-2019

The College of Engineering Student Advisory Council (COESAC) is recruiting new undergraduate and graduate members for the 2018-2019 academic year. If you wish to represent the voices of you and your peers on policy and programs within the College of Engineering, please apply to join COESAC through the Catalyst survey below by May 6th, 2018!   Application: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/carlin31/353952 “The […]

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USRA Undergraduate Scholarships Awards

USRA offers scholarships to undergraduates who have shown a career interest in aeronautics or space research related fields, or in space science education.  Eligible majors include aerospace engineering, astronomy, astrobiology, biophysics, computer science, earth science, electrical engineering, geophysics, geology, mathematics, mechanical engineering, physics, and space science education. Awards are made to undergraduates who will be […]

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Honors summer courses open to all students!

You can find out Honors summer course offerings on the Honors Courses site and on the Honors Field Studies site.  The Honors Program is excited to announce our core course offerings available for Summer 2018. These courses are open to all Honors students and aim to demonstrate “field studies” in its broadest and most inclusive sense, offering place […]

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