Learn Nepali at the University of Washington this summer!
This two-week intensive Nepali language program is ideal for those who plan to study abroad, conduct research, or travel in Nepal. The program will provide an introduction to basic conversational Nepali, the Nepali script, and the foundations of Nepali grammar.
We will be hosting our annual Youth Programs Summer Job Fair for UW students interested in working in youth-serving settings. We have employers from both UW and the community who are collectively recruiting for over 650 paid positions and over 150 volunteer positions.Read more
Are you a graduate or upper level undergraduate conducting research in restoration of Northwest natural systems, or know of one?
Check out SER NW 2020 Grant Offerings!
SERNW is offering three grants of up to $1,500 to support student research intended to improve restoration of natural systems within the Pacific Northwest eco-region (WA, OR, AK, MT, ID, Northern CA).
*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