LING 100 Fundamentals of Grammar (5 credit) VLPA -Summer Course
Harness the power of linguistics, and level up your language learning! This class will use concepts from the scientific study of language to de-mystify language learning, and make it easier to learn your second, third, or tenth language.
If you’re interested in wildlife and learning how to conserve them, check out ESRM 150!Read more
The Center for Teaching and Learning offers a series of courses for graduate students who want to develop and strengthen their teaching skills. These courses focus on evidence-based teaching within and across disciplines while preparing students job market success.Read more
Please consider the attached job opening for paid summer field work positions working in two Eastern Washington state parks. This will be with the UW Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Laboratory at the University of Washington.Read more
If you’re looking for a fun, beginner-level class this summer, sign up for Drama 254! The content will include a lot of acting for the camera techniques, which is something not offered very often.Read more
As you are registering for summer courses, we want to draw your attention to a special offering in SUM 2020: GEOG 426 Advanced Quantitative Methods. Please find a flyer attached and the text of the flyer is copied below.Read more
Summer Internship Opportunities at NOAA
(NOTE: this is a revised call for submissions with an extended deadline)
Conduct Research with Scientists at the Marine Mammal Laboratory
The Marine Mammal Laboratory of NOAA’s Alaska Fisheries Science Center (MML/AFSC) and the University of Washington’s School of Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences (SAFS) request applications for student summer internships.
The Foster School has four one-year master’s programs that are still considering applications for summer quarter 2020 admission. We know that students’ post-graduation plans may be changing right now due to the impacts of COVID-19.Read more
ESRM 190: Digital Earth
Dr. Monika Moskal email@example.com
Dr. Meghan Halabisky firstname.lastname@example.org
The Earth is undergoing an era of rapid change. Understanding how the Earth is changing and the impacts of these changes for life on Earth depends on systematically analyzing and interpreting evolving data, tools and theories that are highly interdisciplinary, yet need to be integrated into workflows capable of fostering understanding, knowledge and action.