Special Entrepreneurship Event Dec. 1: A Conversation with Tom Seery of RealSelf and Ryan Yousefian of ApnoMed
You might be asking yourself:
Is my business idea viable?
Do I have what it takes to be an entrepreneur?
When is the right time to start a business?
Hello UW Undergrads,
Interested in a career in public service, international affairs or public policy? Come learn about graduate programs from six major public universities!
Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2020, 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.
Academic Support Programs is excited to announce that we have created a graduate support coaching program. We are working on building out resources and more support for our graduate student population.Read more
I’m pleased to inform you that the MBA Virtual Study Tour to South Africa, which is open to all UW-Seattle graduate students, has a few exciting updates:
Additional funding has been secured and we are now able to offer this virtual experience for just $125*!Read more
Future Rivers just launched the application for the 2021/22 University of Washington Future Rivers Graduate Trainee program today! It is open to any prospective (incoming fall quarter 2021) or current University of Washington PhD or Master’s students in any discipline.Read more
Please see the attached opportunity for UW-Seattle graduate students to participate in the virtual MBA Study Tour to South Africa. Pertinent information is provided on the flyer but feel free to reach out for further clarification.Read more
Fellowship Opportunity: Graduate and Postdoctoral Fellowship for Urban Conservation with The Nature Conservancy
Graduate and Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunity for Urban Conservation with The Nature Conservancy
Applications Due January 1, 2021
The following announcement comes from Rachel Holmes at The Nature Conservancy:
Greetings, Urban Forestry Friends and Colleagues,
The Nature Conservancy is currently seeking graduate and postdoctoral students to submit applications for NatureNet Fellowships to support a research project focused on urban/frontline forestry – specifically, an analysis of the costs and benefits of tree stewardship and maintenance on tree health.Read more
The Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management (QERM) program at University of Washington in Seattle is recruiting for Autumn Quarter 2021.
QERM is a unique interdisciplinary graduate program, offering MS and PhD degrees, designed for students interested in applying quantitative tools to ecological and resource management issues.