We have 5 information sessions coming up this term. Students can learn more about our program and the application process. Applications for Autumn 2019 are due April 1.
The information session will be:
Thursday, 1/17, 11:30-12:30
Monday, 1/28, 10:00-11:00
Thursday, 2/14, 12:00-1:00
Wednesday, 2/27, 12:30-1:30
Tuesday, 3/12, 9-10
See the attached flyer for details.
HSTCMP 249: Intro to Labor Studies & HSTAA 353: Class Labor and American Capitalsim – Spring Quarter 2019
The Labor Studies Minor is an interdisciplinary program of study focusing on the importance of labor to the economic, social, political, and cultural evolution of modern societies.
If you are interested in Labor Studies, the two foundational courses for the Minor are being offered in SPRING 2019:
HSTCMP 249 / POL S 249 / SOC 266: Introduction to Labor Studies (5 cr) – MW 8:30-9:50
(I&S), no prerequisites, Instructor: Mathieu Dubeau
HSTAA 353: Class, Labor, and American Capitalism (5 cr) – TTh 1:30-3:20
(I&S,DIV), no prerequisites, Instructor: James Gregory
Taking either course fulfills the Labor Studies required course, and the other credits in the minors are electives!
L ARCH 454 History of Urban Landscapes and Environment Seminar- Spring 2019 – (5) credits,
SLN# 15757, TTh 3:30-5:50 pm, GLD 102
“In the tumult of the Anthropocene—a geological era that attributes humans as the main cause of global climate change—the history of urban landscapes grounds us, offering a critical vantage from which to glimpse where we have been in order to imagine and have agency in where we are going.
We have updated news about our new course offering in the Interdisciplinary Writing Program. This course, entitled "ENGL 297 A – Writing in English and the Humanities" is a discipline-specific writing seminar that is designed for those who are interested in learning the range of reading and writing practices in Literature and Cinema Studies.Read more
This February and March, FIUTS (Foundation for International Understanding Through Students) will be hosting two short-term visiting programs for undergraduate students from two universities in Japan – Tokyo Institute of Technology and Ehime University.Read more
Here is a course for Spring 2019:
General Studies 297C – Undergraduate Seminar: Exploring Diversity in UW STEM Research
Tuesdays 2:30pm-3:20pm | MGH 271
1 CR, CR/NC
Learn about current UW STEM Research in a diversity context directly from UW researchers, graduate students, staff and faculty.
UW Sustainability needs your help to identify sustainability superstars at the University of Washington. The annual Husky Green Awards recognize individuals and teams from all UW campuses who show environmental dedication and leadership.Read more
Below is some information for students interested in being a part of the Earth Day planning committee. There’s also a blog post on our site at:https://green.uw.edu/blog/2019-02/join-earth-day-student-planning-committee
The Earth Day student planning committee will work in conjunction with UW Sustainability and the College of the Environment to create and program this year’s Earth Day celebration on April 22.