The On-Line Registration is Now Open for the 21st Annual WiSE Conference....
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REMINDER: UW WiSE Conference 2012 Registration
Summer in Viet Nam or Cuba! Info sessions!
The Comparative History of Ideas program is accepting applicants from all areas of study for our summer 2012 study abroad programs. These programs earn UW credit, and are eligible for Federal Financial Aid. There is no minimum language or GPA. We like for our programs to represent the UW’s diversity, and encourage EVERYONE to consider applying.
CHID Cuba: The Dialectics of Cuban/American Nationality
UW Environmental Innovation Panel – What Does it Take to Win the EIC?!
UW Environmental Innovation Challenge
Tuesday, January 31 Panel of Past Winners
6–7:30 p.m., Denny Hall 216 – FOOD!
What does it take to win the EIC? Find out at this panel discussion with past competitors.
We will be running the event similar as Q & A – asking them a series of questions about preparation, what they got out of it, and how they...More
Apply to be a Peer TA in ENVIR 100 (SPR/2012)
Apply to be a Peer TA for ENVIR 100 Spring, 2012
The Program on the Environment is currently accepting applications for 3 peer TA positions for the spring quarter 2012 offering of ENVIR 100: Environmental Studies 100: Interdisciplinary Foundations. Peer TAs are registered undergraduate students with superior qualifications, who are trained in teaching skills, and serve in the same capacity as graduate student TAs. This is an exciting opportunity to gain valuable...More
Oceans and Human Health Seminar Series
College presidents at Town Hall on Wednesday
The Greater Good Campaign will host a conversation with the state’s six four-year university presidents (including President Young, above) and three key business leaders this Wednesday at 7 pm at Seattle Town Hall. Topic: what it means for Washington citizens to have a high-quality, well-funded...More
Yogi Roth is Excited About Signing Day
Re-tweets are normally limited to Twitter, but we were excited when former coach, current Fox Sports announcer, self-proclaimed “adventure-preneur,” and Pete Carroll’s co-author Yogi Roth tweeted today “love#SigningDayhype…social media will go off & schools will announce in cool ways…Expect@CoachSarkand...More
Last day to apply for FIG/TrIG/OL Positions!
Looking for a great way to get involved on campus?
Interested in helping incoming students succeed at the UW?
Then apply to be an Orientation Leader, FIG or TRIG Leader!
Applications are due tomorrow, January 31st, at 5:00 pm!
To apply to be an Orientation Leader, visit http://fyp.washington.edu/work/orientationleaders
To apply to be a FIG or TRIG Leader, visit...More
ASJ Scores First Points for Husky B-Ball Team
Dual sport star Austin Seferian-Jenkins has filled the stat sheets for two UW teams now as he picked up his first points of the season for the basketball team Thursday against Arizona State. ASJ scored four points in 16 minutes off the bench in the 60-54 road win over the Sun Devils. Seferian-Jenkins added five rebounds and a block in a gritty performance, and only his second game with the team. He tallied two more points in the 69-67 nationally televised road win over Arizona that pushed...More
ESS Gala Abstract Announcement
The 3rd Annual ESS Research Gala, to be held on March 29th and 30th in Johnson Hall, is now accepting abstracts for presentations. The deadline for submissions is Friday March 2nd at midnight (PST). We encourage everyone to participate and take this opportunity to present your research to your peers, faculty, alumni, and local industry representatives.
The event will be a two-day research symposium, with both oral and poster presentation sessions. More details and updates will be...More