We’re excited to welcome Sylvia Ewing, Director of Strategic Communications for Elevate Energy as our next speaker for the SMEA Environmental Justice Speakers Series. She’ll be joining us tomorrow 12-1pm to share “Communication for Good: Centering Equity in the Climate Conversation”.Read more
Learn. Transform. Serve.
The Information School would like to invite you and your respective organizational membership to attend The Power of Information: Virtual Information Science Graduate Programs Fair October 27, 2020 from 4-6 pm PDT.
UW Tacoma Graduate Advisors are excited to host our autumn Graduate School Night! This is a wonderful opportunity for students interested in UW Tacoma graduate studies, to connect with an advisor and get the essential information they need about program options.Read more
We are very excited to share details for our first colloquium speaker of the academic year! On Tuesday, Oct. 27, we will be joined by Dr. Melanie Malone (Assistant Professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences at UW Bothell), who will present her colloquium talk: “Seeking Justice, Eating Toxics: Overlooked Contaminants in Urban Community Gardens.”
The talk will take place at 3:30 pm via Zoom.Read more
Upcoming Panels in the ‘Removing Barriers to Scholarships & Fellowships’ series
Meet the Selection Committee
10/21/2020, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
A panel of faculty who frequently serve on selection committees for various scholarships or fellowships will share their insights.
We invite current undergraduate students to attend our Undergraduate Scholarship Applicant Panel Discussion this Saturday at 11: 00 am. We’ll hear from recent applicants and awardees about their experiences. Our panelists have applied for a variety of awards including FLAS, Mary Gates Endowment Scholarships, DAAD Graduate Study Scholarships, Gilman Scholarships, Martin Family Foundation, and more.Read more
UW: TWO SIGMA QUANT TALK
Date: Wednesday, October 21st, 2020
Time: 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM PT
At Two Sigma, our community of scientists, technologists and academics collaborate to solve some of the most challenging economic problems.