*Please note the course is posted as a 5 credit course, but will actually be adjusted to a 3 credit course (there is no lab requirement for this course).
All students are welcome to enroll in Prof.
ECFS 495-Parent Power: Organizing and Empowering Parents with Young Children
3 credits/ Monday’s 4:30-6:50pm Miller 411
The course is taught by Joel Ryan, Executive Director of the Washington State Association of Head Start and ECEAP and a long-time early childhood advocate and lobbyist in Olympia.
Preparing for Post-Graduate Success
CEP 498 C, SLN: 21184
W, 12:30 – 2:20
This course is designed to give students structured, peer-led guidance for navigating post-graduate life.
The Foster School of Business is offering 4 Early Fall Start Exploration Seminar Programs. These are open to all UW undergraduate students! There are no prerequisites for these study abroad programs and non-business student perspectives are greatly valued.Read more
Summer Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships (FLAS)
APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MARCH 6, 2020
The South Asia Center will be re-opening our summer graduate and undergraduate Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowship competition, with an extended deadline of March 6.
LGBTQ Communities, Public Health, and Migration in Mexico
Early Fall Start 2020: August 24, 2020 to September 13, 2020
*Applications due February 15!*
Our time in Mexico City and surrounding areas will introduce students to local LGBTQ activists, organizations, and change-makers.
The Education Rome 2020 Exploration Seminar is in its third year and currently accepting applications with a priority deadline of February 15th.
It is a 3-week program based at the UW Rome Center (right in the heart of the Italian capital) that explores the impact of historical and contemporary concepts of gender and multiculturalism.
FISH/Q SCI 458 Advanced Ecological Modeling
Predator-prey dynamics! Age-structured models of animal populations! Predict impacts of marine-protected areas on fish catch and behavior! More!
4 credits (will change to 5cr)
MWF 1030-1120; TH 100-250
Recommended preparation: FISH 454, FISH 553, or equivalent R-programming ability
Deadline Tuesday, February 18
Bring your idea or project to life.
Use your skills to create innovative solutions.
Enter the Alaska Airlines Environmental Innovation Challenge.
Open to all students across all disciplines from colleges and universities throughout the Cascadia Region.