Do you have a great FinTech idea that you’d like to bring to life? I’m pleased to announce that Sound Credit Union, in partnership with the Milgard Center for Business Analytics at UW Tacoma, is launching a FinTech Incubator Competition that is open to all UW students.Read more
LSJ 491 B: Race, Law, & Social Movements
This seminar considers the relationship between law and social movements, with a focus on the issue of racial inequality and the various movements which have struggled to overcome the long history of racial repression in the United States.Read more
University of Washington faculty and students conducting research in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics are invited to participate in Washington NASA Space Grant Consortium’s 2021 Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP).Read more
HSERV 488: Dark Empire: Race, Health & Society in Britain
Study Abroad Virtual Summer B program July 26-Aug 20, 2021
Program Director: Clarence Spigner, Professor, Dept of Health Services, H-690d, Health Sciences Building, 206-616-2948, firstname.lastname@example.org and Alex Tu Khoifish@u.edu
Tale of Two Nations: Year of COVID-19 & Black Lives Matter in England and America
Description: Retrospectively traces the year-long chronology of the COVID-19 pandemic response in the UK as a nation with a centralized health care system (National Health Services) with more than 66 million people to U.S.’s market-oriented health system and more than 330 million people.
INFO 200: Intellectual Foundations of Informatics (5 cr) – I&S
Information is a powerful driver of nearly every aspect of society. However, the design of information systems, information technology, and even information itself can have both positive and negative impacts on individuals, organizations, and society.
There are many drop-in groups and workshops this quarter and we are continuing our “Outlasting the Pandemic” workshop series starting with our first workshop “Can’t Sleep: Tired but Wired” facilitated by our sleep expert Seiko Ryan, MS-LMHC on Tuesday April 13th at 3pm.Read more
The LSJ Department would like to highlight some summer courses for current students and potential incoming transfer students.
LSJ will be offering several core courses:
LSJ 200 (B – term) 5 credits I&S
Explores the central role of law in social processes; investigates the primary types of legal regimes and compares them across different national and international contexts.Read more