Capstone Opportunities in the Doty Lab

Capstone Opportunities in the Doty Lab

*A strong background in biology is required for all of these projects*

Expectations: Participation in lab meetings, presentation of your project at the end of each quarter; written research proposal based on discussions with Prof. Doty and readings; written paper (publication style) at the end of the project; data kept in a notebook; presentation in spring at the UW Undergraduate Research Symposium. Prof. Doty will meet with you regularly to guide you and train you as will other members of her lab. You will be included as an author on publications resulting from your research. Since publication is the goal, it is essential that data collection is carefully performed and recorded.

Project Subject: Nitrogen Fixation by Microbial Endophytes in Crop Plants

Type of Research: Primarily,the project involves quantification of plant growth but also involves some microbiology, plant-microbe interactions studies, and sterile plant culture. The student will inoculate and care for plants in order to assess the effect of endophytes on growth.

Purpose: Addition of nitrogen-fixing endophytes of poplar onto rice and tomato resulted in increased plant growth and health. This project will involve assessing the effect of adding N-fixation mutant endophytes to these plants in order to determine if the enhanced growth is due to N-fixation or from hormone production by the endophyte, as well as determining what bacterial genes are necessary for N-fixation by the endophytes in the plant.

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College of the Environment Student Job Opportunity – Career Services & Academic Affairs Program Assistant

The College of the Environment’s Academic Affairs team is hiring a Career Services & Academic Affairs Program Assistant. Undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in environmental careers and/or career services are encouraged to apply.

This position is posted on Husky Jobs:

HuskyJobs ID# 106290

Questions about the position? Please email

College of the Environment Career Services & Academic Affairs Program Assistant
Priority Application Deadline: October 6, 2016
Department: Academic Affairs/College of the Environment
Date Available: 10/3/2016
Hours per Week: 10-15
Work Schedule: Must be available to work 10-15 hours/week on at least 2 non-consecutive weekdays per week for a minimum of 3-hour shifts at a time.

Primary duties of the Student Career Services & Academic Affairs assistant include managing the College of the Environment Career
Opportunities Page and assisting in the management and planning of events, such as the annual Environmental Career Fair and Future
Student Visit Day.


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Fall Internship Opportunity with Evnironment Washington

Environment Washington is currently seeking interns to work on a campaign to save the Grand Canyon for the fall semester. Interns are critical to the success of the campaign, and Environment Washington offers hands-on experience and robust training on a wide array of organizing and campaign tactics. As an intern with Impact, students will write opinion editorials for local papers, organize press conferences, talk to community and small business leaders, strategically increase the visibility of our campaign here in Washington, and integrate Environment Washington into the larger community of environment organizations in the state.

Below is a link to a form that students can fill out to support the campaign and express interest in an internship with Environment Washington this fall:

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Haida Gwaii Semesters in Natural Resource Studies and Sciences

Are you an undergraduate student looking for a fresh approach to university education? The Haida Gwaii Higher Education Society (HGHES) is currently accepting applications for the January 2017 and September 2017 Haida Gwaii Semesters.

· Earn 15 300-level credits, transferrable to your home university

· Accredited by the University of British Columbia, open to students everywhere

· 14-week community-based programs

· Transformative and experiential learning opportunities

· Apply online at

Check out the attached poster for more information and contact us with any questions!

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Seats Available: Autumn CHID 250B: Manufacturing the Human

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“Which Degree Is Right for Me?” Event on October 26th

Are you considering a public health graduate degree? The Department of Health Services train students for influential careers in public health practice and research, health administration, health promotion, and health policy. Would you like to learn more about the types of graduate degrees we offer and what makes them unique?

The Department of Health Services invites you to attend “Which Degree is Right For Me?

What: Join us for a panel led by graduate students in our COPHP, MPH, MS, & MHA programs, followed by small group break-out sessions. Pizza and beverages will be served!

When: Wednesday October 26, 5:00-7:00pm

Where: UW Seattle campus, South Campus Center, Room 303

Please RSVP here by Sunday October 23 to reserve your spot! See the attached flyer for details:

Which Degree Flyer 2016_PH_tinyurl.pdf

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UW Graduate School Fair, October 25th

Save-the-date: UW Graduate School Fair, Oct. 25th

You’re invited to the UW Graduate School Fair on October 25th, from 10 am – 2 pm, at the Intellectual House on the UW campus in Seattle.

The UW Graduate School Fair provides a forum for you to meet representatives from local and national graduate programs, representing over one hundred various graduate degrees. Graduate school is a great step towards helping you pursue your goals and passions, allowing you to immerse yourself into an area of study that will propel you into a future career. Graduate programs include both masters and doctorate degrees, and there are a multitude of programs to explore. The UW Graduate School Fair brings a wide variety of programs to you, here on the UW campus in Seattle.

Current UW students and alumni, as well as local community members, are invited to attend the UW Graduate School Fair. Registration is not required, and this event is free for participants (students, alum, etc.) There is no required dress code for the fair. Just come as you are, ready to learn more about the graduate programs represented.

Information for students:

List of participating graduate programs:

Map to the Intellectual House:

The UW Graduate School Fair is hosted by the UW Graduate and Professional Advisors Association (UW GPAA), and sponsored by the UW Graduate School, UW Alumni Association, UW Tacoma Institute of Technology, UW Foster School of Business, UW School of Social Work, and the UW Information School.

See you on October 25th!

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ENTRE Digest: Opportunities for Creative, Entrepreneurial Students

1. Upcoming Info Sessions

2. Program Deadlines for non-business majors

3. Build Your Own Business (BYOB)

4. Open Classes / Leadership Opportunities

1) Upcoming Info Sessions

The Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship works with undergraduate and graduate students of every discipline, whether they are merely curious about startups and entrepreneurship or passionate about starting their own company one day. We provide opportunities to turn an innovative idea into a reality through majors, minors, certificates, competitions, mentoring, resources, and more. RSVP here for our info sessions!

1. Thursday, Sept. 29 | 1:30-2:30 in Paccar 299 (Deloitte Commons)

2. Wednesday, Oct. 5 | 4:30-5:30 in Dempsey 211

2) Upcoming Deadlines

Do you dream of being your own boss or running your own business? Apply before it is too late for the Lavin Entrepreneurship Program and the Entrepreneurship Minor for non-business majors!

Freshman and sophomores of any major have until October 23 at 11:59 p.m. to submit applications for the Lavin Entrepreneurship Program. This competitive extracurricular program can help students channel their passion, creativity and determination to turn a great idea into a real company. Learn more at

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors can also develop the skills to start their own company through the Entrepreneurship Minor for non-business majors. The deadline to apply is October 25 at 11:59 p.m. If you have questions about either of these student options, e-mail Leslie Mabry at mabryl or head to

3) Cool Idea for a product/service? Drop-in workshops start next Tuesday!

Build Your Own Business (BYOB) is a drop-in workshop for undergraduates of any major who have an idea for a product or service and would like to share their idea, receive feedback from their peers and coaching from an experienced entrepreneur. No matter if you’ve got a startup in the works or are just beginning to develop an idea, this is a great way to meet other students and entrepreneurs who can help you build your idea into your own business! BYOB is extracurricular, open to all majors, and requires no registration or credit load. Meets every other Tuesday in fall and winter quarters in Dempsey Hall, room 211, from 6-7:30 PM. Learn more or join the Facebook event.

4) Three Open Classes for Undergraduates of any major

1. ENTRE 370: Intro to Entrepreneurship | 3 sections | 4 credits

Professor Pahnke will be teaching three sections of the course this fall, and is opening up slots in each section for non-business majors. In the course you will learn the fundamentals about starting a technology-based business, create a term project, and connect with the entrepreneurship committee at UW and in Seattle. If you are interested and have trouble registering, email Professor Pahnke at eacox. Make sure to include your preferred section and UW ID#.

2. Cross-listed: Environmental Innovation Practicum | Tues, 4-5:50 | 2 credits or drop-in

Innovative? Register now for the Environmental Innovation Practicum, open to all grads and undergrads. Students hear fantastic leading-edge speakers, work on idea generation for changes that will make a difference in the environment, then roll up their sleeves and work on cross-disciplinary teams to figure out how to make their ideas a reality. Upcoming speakers include: Sara Hunt of Pacific Northwest National Labs, Martha Campbell of Rocky Mountain Institute, and James Connelly of the Living Product Challenge. Cross-listed: ENTRE 443/543, ENGR 498, ENVIR 495

3. Cross-listed: Health Innovation Practicum | Thurs, 4-5:50 | 2 credits or drop-in

The Health Innovation Practicumkicks off Thursday, September 29, 4-5:50 pm in Paccar 292. Fantastic speakers will showcase some terrific Seattle-based innovations in health and talk about what’s hot now. Visitors to the class are welcome. Registration for students is open to grad and undergrad of ALL MAJORS. Cross-listed: ENTRE 490/579

Know a student looking for a leadership opportunity? We are recruiting students for the TLButler.

*The Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship has a lot of exciting things going on! To help make it easy to digest, we’ll send you an “Advisers Digest” every other week full of opportunities for your students. Feel free to forward this digest to your students or colleagues, or copy sections of our digest into your own newsletters. Questions? Email Leslie: mabryl

Leslie Mabry | Assistant Director

Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship | University of Washington

Dempsey Hall Room 227 • Box 353223 • Seattle, WA 98195-3223

206.685.5669 | mabryl | @LMabry4

Sign up for the Buerk Center’s Entrepreneurship Newsletter!

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SEFS Seminar Series: Fall 2016 Schedule

The schedule is set for the Fall 2016 SEFS Seminar Series, and this quarter’s talks are loosely organized around a spatial theme, “Ecosystems, Ecology and Management at Scales.” We’re excited to welcome a wide range of speakers, from new faculty hire Brian Harvey, to a research fellow from Tasmania, to Professor Randy Dahlgren, who will be visiting from UC Davis to give the Distinguished Alumni Seminar.

Held on Wednesdays from 3:30 to 4:20 p.m. in Anderson 223, the talks are always open to the public, and the first seminar of each month will be followed by a casual reception down the hall in the Forest Club Room (or the Salmon BBQ, in the case of the October 5 seminar!). Students can register for course credit under SEFS 529A.

Check out the schedule below and join us for as many talks as you can!

Week 1: September 28
“Carbon cycling in the global forest system”
Dr. Tom Crowther
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies

Week 2: October 5*
“From subduction to salmon: Geologic subsidies drive high productivity of a volcanic spring-fed river”
Professor Randy Dahlgren
UC Davis

Week 3: October 12
“Putting PNW retention forestry practices into a global context”
Dr. Sue Baker
Research Fellow
University of Tasmania & Forestry Tasmania

Week 4: October 19
“A comparison of low-intensity management options for Douglas-fir dominated forests in western WA”
Professor Greg Ettl

Week 5: October 26
“Bring on the heat: How climate change may protect eastern hemlock”
Dr. Angela Mech
Postdoctoral Research Associate

Week 6: November 2*
“Avoided impacts on human health by recovering wood residues for bioenergy and bioproducts in the Pacific Northwest”
Professor Indroneil Ganguly

Week 7: November 9
“Unlikely hero, or the next to fall? Causes and consequences of subalpine fir mortality in the wake of recent bark beetle outbreaks”
Dr. Brian Harvey
Smith Fellow (and future SEFS faculty member!)

Week 8: November 16
“California spotted owl habitat: New insights from a multiscale analysis from LiDAR data”
Professor Van Kane

Week 9: November 30
“Changing fire regimes in eastern Washington: Recent large wildfire events and implications for dry forest management”
Dr. Susan Prichard
SEFS Research Scientist

Week 10: December 7*

“Exploring frequent fire forests at multiple scales”
Dr. Keala Hagmann
Postdoctoral Research Associate

* Indicates reception after seminar

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UW Botanic Gardens Seeks Reliable Administrative Assistant

The UW Botanic Gardens is seeking a reliable and detail-oriented student to work for 5 hours per week at the Center for Urban Horticulture.

Applications are due October 10th and more information can be found on the attached flyer for the position:

Admin Hourly Asst 9.2016 FIN.pdf

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Re-thinking Education in a Climate of Change

A three-day conference on Education for Sustainability is being held from 19th to 21st of October 2016 in Karlsruhe, Germany. This event will bring together global academic community and other stakeholders from all over the world to discuss the pivotal role of education in creating a sustainable future.

Some of the topics that will be tentatively addressed during the three day event include:

· Resetting Education in a Climate of Change, Germany

· Towards a Sustainable University, UK

· Campus Greening Challenge, USA

· Taking Stock of Education for Sustainable Development in Indonesia

· Systems Thinking, Complexity Thinking & Vision Development, The Netherlands

· Inclusive education and students’ perspectives on their life opportunities in a challenging future, Sweden

· Reshaping Our Practices in Education, Malta

· The Role of Educational Institutions in Building Sustainable Energy Systems, Finland

· Designers/engineers and sustainable development. Vision, strategy and the first steps by a university engineering department, Sweden

· Environment, Health and Education: From the Perspective of a Medical Doctor

· Sustainable Campus Initiative of the United Arab Emirates

During this three-day International Greening Education Event, the delegates will share their unique approaches and innovative ideas for preparing students and learners to become responsible leaders and stewards of our planet. It will be an opportunity to deliberate on how education can be reshaped to address the 21st century challenges. Further to sharing knowledge and ideas on education for sustainability, the upcoming event also provides an excellent networking opportunity with peers and experts in Europe and beyond. An optional excursion/ get-together will take place on Saturday the 22nd of October 2016.

If you would like to attend the conference (, The European Organization for Sustainable Development requests that you contact them immediately via email ( and a copy to for registration and logistic details.

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National Garden Club Scholarships

The National Garden Club is now accepting applications for a number of scholarships!

There are 41 scholarships available, each in the amount of $4,000. One-year scholarships are available to juniors, seniors and graduate students pursuing a Master’s Degree. Equal opportunity shall be provided to all applicants. Sophomores may make application for their junior year.

Applications are due to JoAnn Goldman, the Washington State Federation of Garden Clubs scholarship chairman, at her address in the attached letter (18811 51st Ave NE, Lake Forest Park, WA 98155-3059) by February 1, 2017.

Students can find all of the information, instructions and guidelines to apply at:

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Natural History of Puget Sound

ENVIR 280, Natural History of Puget Sound is a very popular class, and due to the FIG section not filling up there is space available!  Check out the faculty website to see for yourself:

ENVIR 280 A (NW credits)

Natural History of Puget Sound

SLN: 14645

5 credits

TTh 930-1120

NOTES: One overnight backpacking trip to Pack Forest Oct 15-16. Also one of two day trips required: 11/5 OR 11/19. Questions? Ask faculty: Tim Billo

Students should send their registration request to or directly to me at

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Native Student Welcome Event—Wednesday, September 28, 3-6 PM

We are excited to be hosting our first Welcome N8V Students open house!

The event is designed to get students to get engage with each other and meet some of departments in a fun atmosphere. Our theme this year is a carnival!! We plan on having Student Groups and Departments host individual events. For example, we will be hosting a dunk tank! We hope that you will wish to join us!

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Biology Greenhouse Student Assistant Position

The UW Biology Greenhouse is actively recruiting student hourly employees.

Please see the attached document for position details and application information.
Student hourly position 2016.docx

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The Politics and Law of International Human Rights

Lecture: MWF 830-920 in ARC 147
New Quiz: Pol S 368AE/LSJ 320AE, TTH 1230-120 in THO 211 (this section is open–ignore messages that it is closed!)
Optional Service Learning with a local human rights organization
Counts for: I&S, DIV, Human Rights Minor core course, LSJ and Pol S Majors and Minors, Pol S International Security Option

Overview: This course examines the emergence and development, since World War II, of an international movement dedicated to the
defense of human rights. We will study the goals of the movement and the global political context in which it operates. Special
attention will be given to the legal institutions, national and international, which have influenced its evolution and character.
Students taking the course will acquire an enhanced understanding of the role in human rights politics played by the United Nations,
national governments, non-governmental organizations, customary international law, treaty law, regional courts, and international

This is a core course for both the Law, Societies and Justice Major and the Human Rights Minor.

Requirements: midterm exam, final exam, and research paper (7-10 pages long).


Course packet of articles and book excerpts.
Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide (2009)
Michael Goldhaber, A People?s History of the European Court of Human Rights (2007)
Murat Kurnaz, Five Years of My Life: An Innocent Man in Guantanamo


Midterm Exam          25%
Research Paper        25%
Final Exam            35%
Participation         15%

Service Learning: Service learning is an optional component of this course. If they wish, students can work a few hours each week
with a local human rights organization, thereby acquiring an experience-based perspective on topics raised in the course.

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Pathways Positions Now Being Outreached from the US Forest Service Northern Region

Student Intern & Recent Graduate Positions Soon To Be Advertised

The U.S. Forest Service will conduct a Student and Recent Graduate Hiring Event at the 2016 Society of American Foresters Convention, held November 2-6 in Madison, Wisconsin. Over 140 Pathways Student Intern and Recent Graduate positions will be available at the event. Many of these positions are for foresters, forestry technicians, natural resource managers, or biological technicians. In addition, a few of the positions will be for fisheries and wildlife biologists, and GIS technicians. On-site applications will be accepted at the Society of American Foresters (SAF) Convention in Madison, Wisconsin, from 2 p.m. to 7p.m. on November 2nd, and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on November 3rd.

If applicants are unable to attend the convention, they may apply on-line on USAJOBS from October 3-7. Please check our website for updates, job postings, and more information on how to

“Seven years ago I was hired at the Society of American Forester’s Convention in Orlando, Florida; today I am part of an amazing team that is coordinating the event. To say the
Recruitment Event at SAF changed my life would be an understatement.” Leah Rathbun (Forester – Regional Biometrician) hired at the 2009 SAF Convention in Orlando, FL

“SAF is a wonderful networking and learning opportunity for any forester, it linked me to a career with the Forest Service. Working for the Forest Service has been challenging and exciting. I have a lot of opportunities to grow and succeed.” Lette Benson (Sale Prep Forester, Big Horn NF) hired at the 2014 SAF Convention in Salt Lake City, UT

The following is the list of positions being included in this hiring event for Region 1 of the Forest Service – North Idaho, Montana, and parts of the Dakotas. More positions in other areas across the U.S. can be found on the website.

Click here to learn more about the Indefinite Intern Program. Click here to learn more about the Recent Graduate Program.

Indefinite Intern Positions
Duty station
Contact Phone Number
Contact Email

Forester Trainee / Forester (Timber Stand Improvement)
Kooskia, MT

Forester Trainee / Forester (Timber Stand Improvement)
Kooskia, MT

Silviculture Trainee/Forester (Silviculture)
Missoula, MT

Silviculturist Trainee/Forester (Silviculture)
Missoula, MT

Natural Resource Planner
Kamiah, ID

Forester Trainee / Forester (Timber Stand Improvement)
Kooskia, MT

Forester Trainee / Forester (Timber Stand Improvement)
Kooskia, MT

Silviculture Trainee/Forester (Silviculture)
Missoula, MT

Silviculturist Trainee/Forester (Silviculture)
Missoula, MT

Forestry Technician (Timber Sale Preparation)
Sandpoint, ID

Recent Graduate Positions
Duty station
Contact Phone Number
Contact Email

Environmental Planner
Phillipsburg, Wisdom, Butte, or Ennis, MT

Biological Science Technician (Wildlife)
Lincoln, MT

Forester (Silviculture)
Missoula, MT

Forester (Silviculture)
Missoula, MT

Forester (Silviculture)
Dillon, MT

Forestry Tech (Recreation)
Wisdom or Dillon, MT

Forestry Tech (Recreation)
Saint Maries, ID
208 245 6022

Forestry Tech (Timber Stand Improvement)
Elk City, ID

Forestry Tech (Timber Sale Preparation)
Grangeville, ID

Forestry Tech (Timber Sale Preparation)
GS-05, target 7
Troy, MT

Fisheries Biologist
GS-07, target 11
Elk City, ID

Wildlife Biologist
GS-07, target 9

Wildlife Biologist
GS-07, target 11

You are more than welcome to contact me for more information or with questions. In addition, check out the blog/website at: This is where you can find “Tips – How to Get a Forest Service Job”, “Top 10 Resume Building Tips For Forest Service Jobs” and “FAQ”. And, you are welcome to view our webinar on “How To Get A Forest Service Job”.


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Livable City Year kickoff event: October 6

Livable City Year kickoff

Join faculty, students and representatives from the City of Auburn for an event celebrating the start of the inaugural UW Livable City Year, a partnership between the University of Washington and Auburn.

When: Oct. 6, 10 to 11 a.m.
Where: wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House on the UW Seattle campus

What: Livable City Year is a cross-university collaboration connecting local governments with University of Washington classes to address community-identified areas of need. UW students and professors will work with Auburn throughout the upcoming academic year to advance the city’s goals for livability and sustainability.

Speakers will include Livable City Year faculty directors Branden Born, an associate professor in the Department of Urban Design and Planning, and Jennifer Otten, an assistant professor in the School of Public Health, as well as Auburn Mayor Nancy Backus, Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Academic Affairs Ed Taylor, and UW Director of Regional and Community Relations Sally Clark.

Faculty members leading Livable City Year courses during Fall Quarter will discuss the projects, followed by a Q&A period.

There will be light refreshments available.

The UW’s Livable City Year program is a cross-university collaboration led by faculty directors Branden Born and Jennifer Otten in collaboration with UW Sustainability and Urban@UW, and with foundational support from the College of Built Environments and Undergraduate Academic Affairs. The program is also working with non-profit organization Association of Washington Cities. Livable City Year is based on the University of Oregon’s Sustainable City Year Program and is a member of the Educational Partners for Innovation in Communities Network.

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COE Diversity & Access: UW SHPE – Annual Fun Run

The UW SHPE Chapter brings you the 2nd annual Nerdy. Set. Go! 5K run. This run is being held to raise funds towards scholarships for underrepresented students in STEM fields at the UW as well as funding for our SHPE chapter. Come out for a morning of fun and geeky spirit! Snacks and water will be provided.

When: October 8th
Registration begins at 8:00 AM.
Race begins at 9:00 AM.
5K run will begin from Red Square.
Tickets are $10 for early bird students and $20 for the general public, head on over to for registration and great T-shirt options.

Have questions about Nerdy. Set. Go! 5k Run? Want to volunteer or sponsor our event? Feel free to contact one of the SHPE officers or email shpe

Invite all your friends, family, coworkers, that one friend who always runs… basically everyone you know. REGISTER AT THIS LINK:


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Queer Student Commission Internships

The Queer Student Commission is currently accepting applications for new interns who are interested in LGBTQIA+ activism for the 2016-2017 school year. Interns are expected to want to get more involved in queer activism and help plan, organize, and execute a wide variety of
events, many of which have historically been designed by the intern team. Activists can get their start in the community by being an intern, and after two years, possibly end up running the program!

Interested? Click here to be sent to the application. The QSC is looking for at least five interns, however they may allow more than five depending upon demand. All details are included in the application. Applicants are expected to have a short interview with the director to meet and greet and discuss their interest in greater detail. Applications are due no later than Monday, October 9th.

If you have any questions, Alice Crowe, the director, can be reached at

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