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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.
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Husky History: 1942
Brown Bag Session: Returned Peace Corps Volunteers from global health speak this Wednesday, February 15th at 12:00PM, Foege S-060
Quick reminder! Come listen to Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCV) from the Global Health Peace Corps Master’s International (PCMI) MPH program. They will share their stories and experiences working in the developing world, see attached flyer. The session will take place this Wednesday, February 15th at 12PM in the William H. Foege Building, Room S-060 (Foege Auditorium). A flyer and directions to the auditorium are attached.
RPCV and MPHc: Tia...More
Community Literacy Program for Spring 2012
ARE YOU A UW STUDENT INTERESTED IN:
* helping public school students succeed?
* getting real world experience to help you choose a major or a career path?
* completing classroom hours for the Education, Learning and Society Minor
or for application to a Masters in Teaching program?
* improving your research, writing, and collaborative learning and
* Are you looking for an opportunity (in the words of Paul Farmer) to "use
Spring 2012 Course: ESS 490 D: Introduction to Geological GIS
Despite our projection last quarter, we will still be offering ESS 420: Introduction to Geological GIS, as a Special Topics course–ESS 490 D.
Students from all disciplines are welcome to take the course. Students who do not meet our pre-reqs or recommended prep for the course should contact Steven Walters, to discuss individual circumstances.
North of Northwest: Bahamas - Barchords
Astrobiology Public Lecture: “Assessing the Habitability of Mars” (Thursday, 2/23, 7:30pm)
Added Event for Graduate and Professional Students
We’ve added one more event for this week: Colloquium on Multi-Modal Scholarship. For the week of 2/13-2/17 we havefour presentations.
Also, we recognize that many students would like to attend some of the professional development sessions, but, have time conflicts. We are committed to reaching as many students as possible and so have worked with the UW libraries to make the sessions available. Here’s the link:
The Daily Choice: The Caretaker - when the dog days were drawing to an end
Robots Dance, Restore Faith in Humanty
Who knew robots had hearts? That’s what we found out last Friday, Feb. 10, when hundreds of people, including some dressed as our metallic friends/future overlords descended on Red Square to brighten the day of a child.
11-year-old Alex told the Make-a-Wish Foundation he’d like to see robots in action helping humanity and even bringing about world peace, so the UW community leapt into action. Students choreographed a dance routine and spread the word...More