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Winter Quarter: Informatics Electives

Interested in taking Informatics Electives Winter 2020? Check out these special topics!
INFO 498 D: Indigenous Ways of Knowing in the Digital World

Instructor: Sandy Littletree
4 credits; standard grading

Indigenous people are using a variety of digital tools such as video games, virtual reality, language apps, and digital heritage sites to maintain their relationships to place, language, history, and culture. 

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Spots still open for Winter Quarter!EDUC 421 Studio, Community-Based Education (VLPA & I&S)

College of Education is partnering with Neighborhood House High Point Center in West Seattle on continuing our successful program called STUDIO. As STUDIO mentors, we engage middle-school and high-school youth in tinkering activities, art, health literacy, and opportunities to learn about STEM in higher education and careers. 

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Advisers ENTRE Digest

Advisers ENTRE Digest | November 13, 2019
Our activities are open to students of all disciplines.
ATTEND: Build Your Own Business (BYOB)
Thursday, November 14th | 6 to 7:30 pm | DEM 211 
Students pitch an early idea, collaborate with one another, receive feedback and mentoring from an experienced entrepreneur, and work through the steps to successfully launch their startup OR move forward with a new idea. 

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5-Credit IWP Courses

As we launch headlong into Period II registration, I wanted to alert you to some IWP courses that still have space. IWP’s 5-credit writing seminars are linked with lecture courses across disciplines and help students learn to read, write, and think in their fields of interest. 

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Dr. Deborah Giles (Friday Harbor Labs) Guest Lecture on Southern Resident Killer Whales – November 25 at 3:30 pm (FSH 107)

Dr. Deborah Giles Guest Lecture and Friday Harbor Labs spring marine studies info session
Monday, 11/25
3:30 pm
FSH 107 (map:!/fsh)
RSVP requested at:
Dr. Deborah Giles, a resident scientist at UW Friday Harbor Labs and instructor for the spring FHL 375: Marine Mammals of the Salish Sea course this spring will be on the Seattle campus to give a guest lecture about her research with the Southern Resident Killer Whale population. 

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