My name is Katlyn White, I am the wilderness volunteer coordinator for the Wenatchee River Ranger District on the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest located in Leavenworth Washington.
We are currently searching for volunteers with an interest in Outdoor Education/Recreation to be a Volunteer Wilderness Ranger for the upcoming 2021 summer season.
LAST INFO SESSION before applications are due Tuesday 4/6! <– DEADLINE EXTENDED!
Italy Study Abroad
Perugia, Italy, Autumn 2021
SEP 26 – DEC 08
The Landscape Architecture Italy Autumn 2021 program is provisionally approved, pending the lowering of travel restrictions due to COVID-19.Read more
Spring 2021 course with space still available.
Energy & Security in the Era of Climate Change
Instructor: Scott Montgomery
JSIS 578 D
Mondays & Wednesdays 10:30a-12:20p
Energy underlies every aspect of modern society.
There are still a lot of available spaces in MGMT 490A (SLN: 17097), a Women in Leadership elective. It will be offered remotely for Spring 2021 on MW 3:30-5:20pm. This course has been approved for DIV credit.Read more
Looking for a life changing elective this spring?
NSG 432: Infants and Toddlers: Risk, Resilience and Relationships
Spring 2021: ONLINE 5 credit COURSE, SLN 17828
Open this quarter only to students across campus!
Interested in comparative/transregional history? Looking for I&S (or DIV or W) credits? If you’re looking for a Spring 2021 course, there are seats remaining in the below History courses:
HSTCMP 221 Global Environmental History, Feast and Famine
MW 10:30am – 12:20pm
I&S, DIV, W
This course examines how consumption in societies such as China, India, Japan, Africa, Europe, and the Americas developed between 1500 and the present.
The Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies is currently seeking a Mandarin Chinese-speaking undergraduate student at the University of Washington for a paid internship position with Seattle’s Massage Parlor Outreach Project (MPOP).Read more
Northwest Natural Resource Group seeks a forestry technician to assist with forest measurement, tree marking for commercial thinning, plot layout, and other forestry field work, 3 to 5 days per week.Read more
Do you want to actively engage with science communication with your research? FieldNotes is seeking both written and visual submissions for our Spring 2021 issue! We aim to provide a platform for undergraduates to practice science communication.Read more