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.
I have book smarts too. (Not just good looks.)
I helped celebrate National Library Week at the Gallagher Law Library today. The librarians are very nice there. They didn't even tell me to "Shhh" when I gave them my famous (and loud) "Woo Woo" greeting!
Almost time for Husky Fest!
The Week Ahead @ The Henry
Check out this week’s offerings at the Henry!
Wednesday, April 17th
12-12:30 – Faculty Focus Tour:Carrie Bodleis a visual and sound artist who creates immersive installations that explore the relationships between art and science, translating inaudible or invisible phenomena into sensible experiences. Carrie will guide visitors throughNow Here is also Nowhere: Part II.
Thursday, April 18th...More
Un Weekend Á Paris, Première Partie
Bienvenue à Paris!
Before I start any post about Paris or the Eiffel Tower (spoiler alert) or anything else, I need everybody to know something: I found Waldo. He is real, he is out there, and all of his red and white striped shirts are dirty, causing this unhappy look to take over his face. And I found him.
Q Sci Summer Courses
The Center for Quantitative Science will offer the following courses during summer quarter:
Q Sci 291, Analysis for Biologists I (Calculus I)
Monday-Friday, 8:30-10:40 am, (Term A only)
Q Sci 292, Analysis for Biologists II (Calculus II)
Monday-Friday, 8:30-10:40 am, (Term B only)
Q Sci 381, Intro to Probability and Statistics
Monday-Friday, 10:50-11:50 (Full term)
PoE Info Session
I am hosting a PoE Information Session on May 2nd and was just wondering if you had any interested students if you could circulate this link around? This will be a time where students can more centrally locate a PoE adviser as well as hear a Post Doc in our program, Tim Billo, about the trip he leads to Peru… Should be about an hour long.
Please email me with questions.
It’s almost May which means SingCon is just around the corner! This is our flagship event and its one of the largest events among the student associations at UW. We had over 70 contestnts audition back in February. Now, we are down to eight finalists who will compete during the concert!
SingCon this year will be featuring Hong Kong artist Jason Chan (陳柏宇) and Seattle’s hip hop artist GOWE (Gifted on West East). Some of their music can be found...More
Student managers celebrate the 15th anniversary of GBCC
by Alex Brechner, GBCC Student Manager
It’s finally here...More