UW Pipeline Project has an opportunity for UW students to facilitate hands on science curriculum to K-12 students in communities across Washington over Spring Break! This opportunity also involves participating in a 3-credit Seminar Winter Quarter to prepare prior to the week of teaching.Read more
Applications for the 2019-20 Husky Leadership Certificate program are now open! Please share the announcement below with students who may be interested in applying. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Read more
Join Environmental Alternative Spring Break!
Are you passionate about the environment and working with youth?
Want to work with amazing young people across the state of Washington?
Environmental Alternative Spring Break (EASB) provides a fully-funded opportunity for UW students to inspire interest in Environmental Science and Sustainability by travelling to rural and tribal communities in Washington over Spring Break and facilitating hands on environmental science projects.
GEN ST 391 K: Undergraduate Research for CC Transfer Students
Weekly classes (Fridays, 12:30-1:50 PM)
The Undergraduate Research Intensive The Undergraduate Research Intensive is designed for incoming transfer students to help them attain and excel in undergraduate research positions in all academic fields.
RSVP: Students & Startups Info Sessions –
Wednesday, September 25th Noon-1:00pm – HUB 332
The Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship works with students of every major and discipline across campus. We provide students with real-world experiences, mentoring, business skills, prize money, and more.
New Foster course being offered to all students except freshmen.
Managing a Global Workforce:
Provides a working knowledge of international management as well as theoretical and analytical tools needed to make sound human resource and general management decisions in an international setting.
CHID 496D (SLN 23763): As the climate crisis gains more and more attention from the media and the general public, feelings of eco-grief, anxiety, and helplessness abound. This focus group is formed in the hopes of inspiring and empowering its participants to take action on climate change, whether that be going to protests, calling politicians, reducing one’s personal carbon footprint, or one of the many other ways to get involved.Read more
Course title: EDUC 421: STUDIO(Practicum in Community Service Activity) (SLN 23544, 23545).
STUDIO is an exciting opportunity to get involved in high point community (in West Seattle) by working with middle and high school youths in after-school program.
ALL of our School of Music ensembles are open to all UW students, not just music majors! Participating in an ensemble is a great way for students to earn VLPA credits and stay involved with music, regardless of major.Read more
ENVIR 495 D: Writing Life & Research
Summer 2019 – Full Term
All students welcome!
From the instructor:
Writing about ourselves is hard—for many of us, writing something like a cover letter is excruciating.