The School of Music’s Ethnomusicology program is offering a course in Traditional Spanish Music (MUSAP 389b), taught by artist-in-residence Paco Diez. The course presents a wonderful opportunity to study various styles of instrumental and vocal music, including Sephardic song, with a master musician.Read more
Available Funding: Summer 2019 Programs
Give your resume a boost this summer with The GREEN Program in just 10 days!
We’re seeking sustainability leaders to join us on the following sustainability education programs abroad:
✔️ Iceland: Renewable Energy & Sustainability (August 5 – August 13)
✔️ Peru: Water Resource Management & Sustainable Practices (August 11 – 20)
✔️ Japan: Disaster Mitigation & Nuclear to Renewable Transitions (August 4 – 13)
Partial funding is available for accepted students.
The Responsible Conduct of Research: Global and Local (GH 532/Epi 586) course provides students with an opportunity to develop a research proposal, including proposal writing, preparation of study instruments and study budget, grants management, research ethics, human subjects review, data management, and the preparation of oral presentations, abstracts, posters, and manuscripts.Read more
Fish passage training
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) offers free training on the assessment procedures described in the WDFW Fish Passage Inventory, Assessment, and Prioritization Manual.
Our two-day training includes:
Course one: Inventory and Assessment—learn how to properly collect data and evaluate culverts, dams and fishways.Read more
DIS ST / CHID 430 A Topics in Disability Studies
History of Human Differences
Instructor: Joanne Woiak
This course will address the history of disabled people along with the ways that disability intersects with race, ethnicity, gender, class, and sexuality in justifications for discrimination in American society.
The class will be particularly helpful to get first year and transfer students started out with tips and tools to make the most out of their time at UW! Students preparing for graduation also find this class particularly helpful as they begin their transition to their next stage of life.Read more
GRE Prep Courses available at the University of Washington Women’s Center
Our Graduate Record Examinations prep course offers a comprehensive introduction to the GRE. It provides an overview of the exam, covering its overall structure, the types of questions that students will encounter, the testing environment, and available tools.