We have a series of information sessions coming up for the summer design/build program in Traena, Norway, led by Professor Daniel Winterbottom. More info on the program here.
Zoom meeting ID: 993 4112 6464, All Jan sessions
January 13 11am-12pm PT zoom
January 20 11am-12pm PT zoom
January 27 11am-12pm PT zoom
Zoom meeting ID: 975 4582 3131, Feb only
February 5 am 12pm-1pm PT zoom
Open to students in all disciplines and universities
Applications due: February 15 2021
Are you interested in foreign language, study abroad and international business? If so, apply now to the Foster School’s award-winning undergraduate Certificate of International Studies in Business Program (CISB) and get the competitive edge you need to succeed in this interconnected business world!Read more
First Year Programs is currently recruiting for our First-year Interest Group (FIG) Leader and Orientation Leader (OL) student positions!
The FIG program is looking for students from all departments who are UW-Seattle undergraduates with strong organizational skills and a genuine interest in working with incoming students as they face the challenges and opportunities presented to them as new students.
NAACP Seattle King County, Public Health Seattle King County, Federal Way Black Collective, Black Nurses Rock, Progress Pushers, Disability Rights WA, Rooted in Rights, and the City of Federal Way are holding space for FREE mental health support on Wednesday, January 13th from 6pm-10pm.Read more
Wildlands Studies Info Session Reminder – Meet Aletris Neils to learn more about her NEW SPRING 2021 PROGRAM!
Meet Dr. Aletris Neils at the next two information sessions!
Wildlands Studies Information Sessions
Tuesday, January 12 2020 @5PM PST
Tuesday, January 19 2020 @5PM PST
Tuesday, January 26 2020 @5PM PST
Meeting ID: 594 029 6230
Learn about this incredible program and talk to your advisor about how it will help you progress to degree!
Please join us next Wednesday (4:30PM PST) for the start of our Conversations in Environmental Communication Seminar Series. Open to the public. The series explores environmental communication through the perspective of a diverse group of professionals working in the arts, journalism, social media, advocacy, business, and science.Read more
The FIUTS Discussion Series on Race & Racism in the U.S. is starting up again next week and registration is now open! This is a space for international and U.S. students, as well as others in the UW community, to learn from and with each other to make sense of current events and experiences in the U.S.Read more
Do you like plants? Enjoy being outdoors? Want to do something COVID-safe other than endless Zoom meetings? Then join the SER-UW Native Plant Nursery work parties!
Winter quarter work parties will be every Friday, 9am-12pm.Read more