This week’s tweet of the week is from a Dawg, as in an actual dog/Dawg who happens to be the dog of a Dawg. We don’t know how he managed to use a smart phone or Twitter, but after the Memphis Grizzlies advanced to the Western Conference Finals, Quincy Pondexter’s Husky pup “Buckets” posted this tweet. Q-Pon, now alock-downperimeter defender and sharpshooting guard for the Grizzlies was a do-it-all star for the Dawgs, averaging 19.1 points and 7.4 boards per game his senior season while...More
From the Blogs
Choose 7 Perfect Students to blog on behalf of all of the Big U? Not our style. So we’ve linked to blogs from as many students, professors, researchers, and coaches as would we could, and we're always looking for more. We even found a blogging Dawg. We present them to you unfiltered and unedited, because that’s how life is around here.
Tweet of the Week
Adam Campbell Townhall Talk
We want to let everyone know that Adam Campbell will be giving a talk at Townhall Seattle on Wednesday May 22 at 6:00pm. The title of his talk is, "How did life survive the snowball?" Tickets are $5 but FREE if you are a UW student with ID. These talks are part of the UW Engage program series.
I hope to see as many of you as can attend either of these events.
DO-IT Student Hourly Office Assistant Position
Now Hiring Student Office Assistants
Department: DO-IT, College of Engineering
Job Title: Student Hourly Office Assistant
Location: 4545 15th Ave NE
Take advantage of this great opportunity to build your resume, support people with disabilities, and work on campus for an award-winning program!
DO-IT (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) supports people with disabilities to succeed in college and careers. We are hiring detail-...More
Bruce Avolio, executive director of the Center for Leadership and Strategic Thinking, led a discussion on organizational leadership on April 24, 2013 at the UW Foster School of Business. Panelists were Lt. Gen. Robert Brown, Phyllis Campbell and Brad Tilden.
LTG Robert Brown was commissioned into the Infantry in May of 1981 after...More
Tomorrow (05/16): Free Public Lecture – “Are We Alone?: Searching for Earth’s Twin”
Tomorrow evening, UW Astrobiology presents:
Are We Alone? : Searching for Earth’s Twin
Jon Jenkins, NASA’s Kepler Mission
When: Thursday, May 16, 2013 – 7:30pm (doors open at 7pm)
Where: 120 Kane Hall, University of Washington
For the past four years, NASA’s Kepler spacecraft has been searching for Earth-size planets orbiting Sun-like stars in the “habitable zone”—where liquid water could exist on a planet...More
During the weeks of spring practice, Jeff Lindquist practiced establishing connections with his receivers. Now, with spring practices over, Jeff and some other Huskies are trying to establish connections with professionals in other fields, as some of the players attended a career mixer last Thursday. As recently told on CoachSark.com, a financial management firm connected with Cody Bruns and added the former Husky receiver to their roster, so events like this one look to take advantage of...More
Give to the Henry today and be part of something BIG
Today’s GiveBIG event is an...More
POE Capstone Symposium
New AAAS fellowship opportunity for graduate students combining science & public policy
Dear Graduate and Professional Students at the University of Washington,
This past fall, many of you participated in an online signature drive in support of a new professional development program for graduate and professional students who are eager to contribute to solutions to real-world problems. We submitted enough signatures to earn the University of Washington an invitation to become one of only four founding partner campuses for this competitive, national program.