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UW GIS Symposium, May 17th, 9-noon, Research Commons (UW Libraries)

Campus GIS users:

On Thursday, May 17th the UW Libraries is hosting the 2nd Annual UW GIS Symposium in the Research Commons from 9am — noon.

Interested in presenting at the UW GIS Symposium? We’re looking for UW students, faculty and staff to give lightning talks and poster presentations. Submissions will be reviewed as they are submitted. Deadline for submission is May 4th. Submit your lightning talk or poster presentation proposal here (space is limited!): https://tinyurl.com/GISSymposiumSubmission2018.

UW GIS Symposium info:

Date: Thursday, May 17, 2018

Time: 9am — noon

Place: UW Libraries’ Research Commons

Website: https://tinyurl.com/GISGISSymposium

UW faculty and staff: please share this call for submissions with your students and encourage them to present.

We hope you will join us!

 

Matthew Parsons, Associate Librarian

Geospatial Data and Maps Librarian

Subject Liaison for ESS, Atmos. Sci., Disability Studies

University of Washington Libraries

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Reminder: Marketing and Communications Job & Internship Fair on Thursday

 

A friendly reminder that Thursday brings our last career fair of the academic year – the Marketing and Communications Job & Internship Fair. This small-scale fair will host 20+ employers and is open to all students and alumni interested in pursuing jobs or internships in this area, regardless of major.

 

Marketing and Communications Job & Internship Fair

Thursday, April 26th

2-5pm, Mary Gates Hall Commons (Seattle campus)

View attending employers and tips on how to prepare at https://careers.uw.edu/marcom-fair/

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to meet employers hiring for jobs and internships in marketing, PR, journalism, social media and more – open to all students and alumni from all majors and programs, this small-scale career fair gives you the chance to learn, explore and create meaningful connections.

No RSVP or registration is required for this event.

Questions? Email ccsevent .

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Mary Gates Endowment for Students: $5000 Scholarship Info Session (Scholarship Friday)

The next Mary Gates Endowment for Student Scholarship Info Session is this FRIDAY, APRIL 27 at 1:30pm-2:30pm at MGH 171.

Interested in $5000 research, leadership, or innovation scholarships?

Janice L. North, M.Ed.
Advisor & Program Coordinator, Mary Gates Endowment for Students Prounouns: She/Her/Hers

Center for Experiential Learning & Diversity (EXPD)
171 Mary Gates Hall
Seattle, WA 98195
jlnorth@uw.edu | expd.uw.edu/mge | (206) 616-3925

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2018 SWST International Convention

The SWST/JWRS meeting will be held in Nagoya, Japan on November 5-9, 2018. Please note that we have a program that provides support for selected students to attend the meeting. Applications for student travel support as well as all technical abstracts submissions are due on April 30th. We look forward to your participation!

http://www.swst.org/wp/meeting/2018-swstjwrs-international-convention/”>http://www.swst.org/wp/meeting/2018-swstjwrs-international-convention/

Nikki Brown Penn State ✉nrb10@psu.edu ☎+1 814.865.7423
Associate Professor, 202 Forest Resources Building, University Park, PA 16802
Program Coordinator, BioRenewable Systems Major, Department of Ag & Biological Engineering
President-Elect, SWST

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UW EE Grad Programs Info Session Tomorrow!

Are you an Engineering, Math or Physical Sciences student interested in graduate school in Electrical Engineering? If so, please join us to learn more about the daytime UW Seattle MSEE and PhD in EE programs. Current graduate students, faculty and advisors will be available to answer questions!

When:Tuesday, April 24, 2018, 4:30pm

Where: UW Seattle, Electrical Engineering Building, Room EEB 303

Learn about:

* Preparation and Admissions
* Master’s vs. Ph.D. programs
* Degree Requirements
* Funding
* Research Groups and more!

Hope to see you there!

Brenda Larson
Graduate Programs Advisor – Lead

Department of Electrical Engineering | University of Washington Paul Allen Center, AE142 | Box 352500
206.616.1351 (Phone) | 206.543.3842 (Fax)
Graduate Programs Info. Session Flyer SPR18.pdf

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UW EE Grad Programs Info Session Tomorrow!

Are you an Engineering, Math or Physical Sciences student interested in graduate school in Electrical Engineering? If so, please join us to learn more about the daytime UW Seattle MSEE and PhD in EE programs. Current graduate students, faculty and advisors will be available to answer questions!

When: Tuesday, April 24, 2018, 4:30pm

Where: UW Seattle, Electrical Engineering Building, Room EEB 303

Learn about:

  • Preparation and Admissions
  • Master’s vs. Ph.D. programs
  • Degree Requirements
  • Funding
  • Research Groups and more!

Hope to see you there!

For more information, please contact:

Brenda Larson
Graduate Programs Advisor – Lead
Department of Electrical Engineering | University of Washington Paul Allen Center, AE142 | Box 352500
206.616.1351 (Phone) | 206.543.3842 (Fax)graduate-programs-info-session-flyer-spr18-page-001

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Undergrads: Last Week to Nominate Your Professor!

LAST WEEK TO NOMINATE AN OUTSTANDING PROFESSOR (by April 27th)

Short nomination form: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3Y7HWSP

Who inspires you?

The UW’s Tolo Chapter of Mortar Board invites all undergraduates to nominate an outstanding professor who has inspired and made exceptional contributions toward the education of UW and undergraduates. This is a great way to show appreciation to your professor and bring recognition to your department.

Mortar Board’s Excellence in Teaching Award annually recognizes an extraordinary professor who has proven to be particularly dedicated to the intellectual success of undergraduates. Over the years, selected professors have represented a diversity of academic departments. Nominated faculty must hold an academic appointment of Lecturer or above for this award (so no TA’s unfortunately).

All nominations for the 15th Annual Excellence in Teaching Award must be received by Friday April 27th, 2018 at 11:59 PM.

Please complete the form at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3Y7HWSP. Thanks for helping to recognize our outstanding faculty!

The oldest continuing national honor society at the University of Washington, Mortar Board recognizes college seniors for distinguished ability and achievement in scholarship, leadership, and service. Mortar Board was founded at the University of Washington in 1909 and is the oldest continuing honor society on campus.

For more information on Mortar Board Tolo Chapter, visit http://uwmortarboard.dreamhosters.com/ or email mortarbd@uw.edu.

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PCC Spring Symposium – invitation to undergraduates

Subject: PCC Spring Symposium now May 12th! Register by April 30th

Dear SEFS students,

The Program in Climate Change (PCC) invites you to attend our second annual Spring Symposium on Saturday, May 12 from 9 am to 3 pm (rescheduled from April 7) in the Fishery Sciences (FSH) building. This event features interdisciplinary presentations on climate- and earth-science-related research, outreach, and education by students and postdoctoral researchers from all around campus. Catered lunch will be provided.

This year, we are welcoming posters and talks from undergraduate students. We want this to be a supportive, lower-stress opportunity for you to communicate your research or outreach work to a diverse audience! If you are interested in giving a talk, it can be approximately 6 or 12 minutes in length, plus time for questions. You may also choose to just attend the event, which will include time for networking and conversation.

Either way, please register at this link by Monday, April 30. Registration is free! See the link for more details about the event.

——
Ethan C. Campbell
PhD student • Oceanography • University of Washington
Tel: (224) 388-0301 • ethancc@uw.edu

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UW Indigenous Food Symposium, May 4-5, 9-5, UW wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ Intellectual House

“Sharing Across Generations: Honoring Indigenous Food Kinships: The Living Breath of wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ”

Indigenous Foods and Ecological Knowledge Symposium

May 4 and 5, 2018
8:45am – 5:00 pm
UW wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ Intellectual House

Includes continental breakfast and traditional foods lunch both days!

UW Students FREE! Other students and elders half off

Join us for this year’s Living Breath Indigenous Foods and Ecological Knowledge Symposium. This year we have opened our doors to invite you to two days of amazing panels and break-out sessions in honor of Native Youth and Elders. Elders have much to give and pass on. What are the best ways to listen to and honor our knowledge bearers? How do young people look to the future of our Native nations and communities and their sacred relations with their place and their planet? This year we make the conversation between elders and youth prominent! Join us to share knowledge, experience and expertise on tribal food sovereignty initiatives, food justice and security, traditional foods and health, indigenous foods systems and global climate change. We invite all of you who hold these issues dear to join us for this important conversation. Your voice is welcomed!

* A link to the two-day schedule will be uploaded to the American Indian Studies website soon.

We have a great line-up of speakers and presentations!

– “Transformational Eating: Ceremony of Gratitude.”

– “Rotinoshon:ni Seeds and Sovereignty, from Creation to Contamination: Looking at the Effects of Genetically Modified Organisms on Indigenous Seeds and People.”

– “Iskwew mācīwin, Woman hunting, among the paskwāwiyiniwak, muskegowininiwak, and sakāithiniwak (Plains, Swampy & Woodland Cree peoples).”

– Empowering Muckleshoot Youth through Traditional Foods, Plants, Medicines, and Living Cultural.”

– “Everyday Healing Practices: Implementing Immaterial Cultural Wealth to Combat Intergenerational Trauma.”

– “Native Youth Culinary Roots.”

– “Building and Sustaining an Indigenous Community Garden.”

– “Yahowt Indigenous Women’s Permaculture Program.”

Register at: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3339286

* All prices include a continental breakfast and a traditional Northwest Coast foods lunch included for day or days purchased.

Adults: 20.00 for a day or 35.00 for both days

UW Students (Seattle, Tacoma and Bothell) FREE but must register.

Youth rate (12-21):10.00 one day/15.00 both days

Elders: (65 and over)-10.00 one day/15.00 both days

NOTE: A one-day ticket allows you to enter whatever day that you use it. One-day tickets aren’t issued specific to date. Please purchase and we will record your entrance at event.

TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR SALE AT THE DOOR

For more information contact symposium coordinator Stephanie Riedl at stephanie@naahillahee.org.

For registration questions contact the registration coordinator Jordan Woolston at jorbrowo@uw.edu.

Symposium sponsors: Na’ah Illahee Fund, UW’s American Indian Studies Department, Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity, College of the Environment, Devon Peña (The Acequia Institute) Bill Holm Center, UW-Tacoma, Social and Historical Studies, UW-Tacoma, Office of Equity & Inclusion, wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ Intellectual House, Lucy Jarosz (Department of Geography), Jackson School/Canadian Studies, Dr. Marc Gladney.

Planning Committee: Dr. Charlotte Coté, Dr. Dian Million, Jessica Hernandez, Dr. Michelle Montgomery, Susan Balbas, Dr. Clarita Lefthand Begay, and Jordan Woolston.



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Citation Tools Webinar: April 24, 3-4pm

Join us! During this webinar we will show you how to use citation tools to organize your research and make creating bibliographies and in-text citations quick and easy.

We will review four tools – Zotero, RefWorks, Mendeley, and EndNote online – so you can see which one is right for you.

No RSVP required. Zoom link: https://washington.zoom.us/j/378608725

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Biology Book Club – Spring Quarter

The Biology Department Book Club is a quarterly book club in which we read selections that stimulate conversation on the connection of science to society, community, and the environment. Please advertise widely—we encourage students, faculty, and staff from all departments to join us. See information on this quarter’s book below. Also, feel free to send

This Spring Quarter, we read The Forest Unseen, by David Haskell. It takes place on a small, one-square-meter patch of old-growth forest in Tennessee. This patch of land, Haskell’s “madala”, serves as a window into what exists beneath our feet, and his observation of it enlightens the reader, giving us a vivid understanding of the interconnectedness of all things. We will meet in Hitchcock 312 on Monday, May 21, at 4:30 p.m. for snacks and discussion. All are welcome!

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UW Resilience Lab Event: A World of Strength

You are cordially invited to attend a UW Resilience Lab event – “A World of Strength” – about cultural understandings of resilience on Thursday, April 19, 4:30-6:00 p.m. in the Great Room at Maple Hall (UW Seattle campus). International students will share stories of stamina, strength and ultimately success in the face of adversity from their
home cultures and at the UW. This event will also feature opportunities for participants to reflect and discuss what resilience means within their own story and contexts. Join us to learn about cultural strategies for success and expand your understanding of resilience. The event flyer is attached.

This event is free and open to the UW community (with appetizers, coffee, and tea available); it is co-sponsored by the UW Resilience Lab, International & English Language Programs, Housing and Food Services, and FIUTS. We invite and encourage all UW students (international and domestic) to come and share their perspectives. Faculty and staff are also welcome to join.

RSVP for this event at http://www.tinyurl.com/uwworldstrength

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Reminder! Upcoming Gender-Based Violence Events

You don’t want to miss this.

UPCOMING UW Women’s Center

Gender-Based Violence Events

#MeToo and Beyond: Round Table Discussion

In partnership with SARVA, the Women’s Center is hosting a panel & roundtable discussion highlighting diverse perspectives of and experiences with #metoo. Panelists and guests are invited to engage in conversation on how to create a more inclusive #metoo movement.

Location

UW Seattle Campus

Husky Union Building

Room 332

Date & Time

Tuesday April 24th, 2018

3:30 – 5:00PM

Event is free and space but limited: please RSVP ASAP

For details and updates, see Facebook Event

Join our guest speaker from India, Zeba Khair, and learn about the challenges Muslim women face in the workforce – an appraisal of Muslim Women’s Law against the backdrop of the Shariat.

 

 

Ms. Khair is the Standing Counsel for the Delhi High Court at Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) Central University where 50% of seats are reserved for Muslims and other minorities.

 

As an advocate for women and children in India’s male-centric judicial system, she helps seek justice on gender-inequity issues including sexual violence, workplace harassment, dowry harassment and more. Ms. Khair also leads training and workshops to share knowledge, draft guidelines for University/MNCs/Banks to implement India’s 2013 Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace Act and raise awareness on how gender plays a key role in the way women and men participate in social, political, and economic activities.

 

Note: JMI started as a struggle for education and cultural renaissance in the 1920s by a group of educationists including Dr. Zakir Hussain (also the third President of India), JMI today has come a long way and is one of the three major Central Universities in Delhi.

Location

UW Seattle Campus

Husky Union Building

Room 145

Date & Time

Thursday May 3rd, 2018

3:30 – 5:00PM

RSVP

Event is free and space but limited:

please RSVP ASAP

 

For details and updates,

Hosted By:

Co-Sponsors:

 

API ChayaASUW Asian Student Commission, ASUW Middle Eastern Student Commission, Black Student Commission, ASUW’s Women’s Action CommissionUW “wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ” Intellectual HouseSamuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center, and ASUW Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Activists

University of Washington, Women’s Center

P: 206.685.1090 | F: 206.685.4490

See what’s happening on our social sites:

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SER-UW Native Plant Nursery Spring Sale

The Society for Ecological Restoration-UW Nursery is hosting our bi-annual public plant sale this Spring. Come to the Douglas Research Conservatory at the Center for Urban Horticulture on Sunday, May 13th from 10am to 1pm to pick out your favorite native plants. We will be selling roughly 40 different species from Camas to Mianthemum to Lodgepole Pine. Most of our plants are grown and propagated by students for other students’ projects and classes. Your support helps to keep us going! Attached is our flyer for the event. We would appreciate it if you passed it along to anyone else who may be interested!

If you would like to know more about SER-UW or our Native Plant Nursery, visit our website or feel free to contact us directly.

Derek and Sarah

SER-UW Native Plant Nursery Managers

SER-UW Facebook

SER-UW WordPress
Spring 2018 Plant Sale Flyer.pdf

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Green Dot materials!

Green Dot is a national research-based program that confronts behaviors associated with power-based personal violence like stalking, harassment, and sexual assault. It relies on the community to take responsibility for increasing care and vigilance by getting us to look out for each other in the world and take action to prevent violence. We would love to have you join us Saturday, April 28th from 10-1 for an active bystander training!

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Resilience Summit Next Thursday

This event announcement was shared by one of our Environmental Studies students, Emily Menz, who is the president of ReThinkUW – Foster’s Business Sustainability RSO. They are hosting the annual Resilience Summit next Thursday and are really hoping to see more representation from the College of the Environment to engage in this discussion.

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Thursday April 19, 2018

Paccar 392 6:00-8:00pm

4th Annual Resilience Summit

Featuring speakers from:

The Nature Conservancy,

Sustainable Business Consulting,

3 Degrees, and Wells Fargo

*Free* delicious dinner provided by Homegrown

Event presented by ReThinkUW in collaboration with the Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship

ReThinkUW strives to spark conversations surrounding businesses addressing environmental problems and works to expose students to diverse careers in sustainability. The Resilience Summit is an opportunity for students, faculty, and local business leaders to come together and explore the connections between business and the environment. This year’s theme is regeneration: “the development of systems that are capable of being restored and renewed through the integration of natural processes, human behavior, and community action.” There will be short presentations by our speakers, a Q&A panel, and a networking dinner.

For more information, check out our Facebook event:

https://www.facebook.com/events/135903993770542/

RSVP by filling out this google form:

https://goo.gl/forms/zTYsatpJiREKRPjC3

Emily Menz

ReThinkUW | President

Program on the Environment

Department of Economics

University of Washington

(206) 390-1883

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Marketing and Communications Job & Internship Fair – April 26th

Our last career fair of the academic year is coming up on April 26th – the Marketing & Communications Job & Internship Fair. This small-scale fair hosts 20 employers and is open to all students and alumni interested in pursuing jobs or internships in this area, regardless of major. A great opportunity, for example, for students in the Humanities & Social Sciences to ponder and explore one of the many ways to put their writing, research and relational skills to use.

 

Marketing and Communications Job & Internship Fair

Thursday, April 26th

2-5pm, Mary Gates Hall Commons

View attending employers and tips on how to prepare at https://careers.uw.edu/marcom-fair/

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to meet employers hiring for jobs and internships in marketing, PR, journalism, social media and more – open to all students and alumni from all majors and programs, this small-scale career fair gives you the chance to learn, explore and create meaningful connections.

No RSVP or registration is required for this event.

Questions? Email ccsevent .

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Yesler Swamp Earth Day Event 4/22 (12-2pm)

Looking for a way to spend your Earth Day weekend? Want to learn more about local ecosystems? Want to find out what the ESRM Restoration Capstone teams have been up to?

If so, join us at Yesler Swamp this Sunday 4/22! (we will be meeting in the Douglas Research Conservatory head house at 12pm. There will be stewardship games, activities, and free food!

The poster is attached, with more details. Contact rauschn@uw.edu with any questions, or to RSVP!

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Drop-In Mental Health Resources for Students for Spring Quarter

 

Here are the drop-in mental health resources for spring quarter. These are FREE resources available for students. No appointments necessary. Students can just show up. More information and flyers available via hyperlink.

· Mindfulness for Daily Living with Ron Ma, 2-2:45pm (NEW TIME) on Thursdays (through the last week of class) in 401 Schmitz Hall

o Mindfulness meditation is a practice that helps reduce stress, anxiety and depression by cultivating greater self-awareness and a sense of inner peace.

· Mindfulness for Anxiety, Depression and Trauma Workshop 2-2:45pm on several Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays for students’ convenience in 401 Schmitz Hall. This workshop by Caitlin Stanaway reviews the symptoms of generalized anxiety, major depression and posttraumatic stress disorder. Participants can learn about Dialectical Behavior Therapy (focused on building skills in the areas of mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness and emotion regulation) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (focused on how thoughts, mood and behaviors interact). Goals:

o Increased understanding of mental health symptoms

o Effective coping strategies to practice

o Specifying personal goals and/or goals for treatment

· Mental Health for the People workshop with Andrea Salazar on Friday 6/1 at 3pm in 401 Schmitz Hall. This is a new quarterly workshop series is focused on mental health topics from a social justice perspective. The topic for spring quarter is The Impact of Colorism on Communities of Color.

· Let’s Talk. Drop-in consultation with a counselor, a collaboration between the Counseling Center and Hall Health Center

o Tuesdays 2-4pm with Iris Song at the Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center

o Wednesdays 2-4pm with Kate Fredenberg at the Q Center in the HUB

o Offered during the 10 weeks of each quarter.

Natacha

Natacha Foo Kune, Ph.D.

Pronouns: she, her, hers

Director

University of Washington Counseling Center

401 Schmitz, 1410 NE Campus Pkwy

Box 355830

Seattle, WA 98195-5830

Phone: 206-543-1240 Fax: 206-616-6910

www.washington.edu/counseling

fookune

To protect the confidentiality of our clients, Counseling Center staff will not discuss personal information by e-mail with clients or with others. E-mail may reach unintended audiences through forwarding, address errors, or disclosure as public records. Clients are urged to limit e-mails to the Center to scheduling issues, and to contact us by phone or in person for other matters. Please also be aware that I do not maintain 24 hour access to e-mail accounts, and e-mail is only checked intermittently during business hours.

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Drop-In Mental Health Resources for Students for Spring Quarter

Here are the drop-in mental health resources for spring quarter. These are FREE resources available for students. No appointments necessary. Students can just show up. More information and flyers available via hyperlink.

· Mindfulness for Daily Living with Ron Ma, 2-2:45pm (NEW TIME) on Thursdays (through the last week of class) in 401 Schmitz Hall

o Mindfulness meditation is a practice that helps reduce stress, anxiety and depression by cultivating greater self-awareness and a sense of inner peace.

· Mindfulness for Anxiety, Depression and Trauma Workshop 2-2:45pm on several Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays for students’ convenience in 401 Schmitz Hall. This workshop by Caitlin Stanaway reviews the symptoms of generalized anxiety, major depression and posttraumatic stress disorder. Participants can learn about Dialectical Behavior Therapy (focused on building skills in the areas of mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness and emotion regulation) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (focused on how thoughts, mood and behaviors interact). Goals:

o Increased understanding of mental health symptoms

o Effective coping strategies to practice

o Specifying personal goals and/or goals for treatment

· Mental Health for the People workshop with Andrea Salazar on Friday 6/1 at 3pm in 401 Schmitz Hall. This is a new quarterly workshop series is focused on mental health topics from a social justice perspective. The topic for spring quarter is The Impact of Colorism on Communities of Color.

· Let’s Talk. Drop-in consultation with a counselor, a collaboration between the Counseling Center and Hall Health Center

o Tuesdays 2-4pm with Iris Song at the Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center

o Wednesdays 2-4pm with Kate Fredenberg at the Q Center in the HUB

o Offered during the 10 weeks of each quarter.

Natacha Foo Kune, Ph.D.
Pronouns: she, her, hers
Director
University of Washington Counseling Center
401 Schmitz, 1410 NE Campus Pkwy
Box 355830
Seattle, WA 98195-5830
Phone: 206-543-1240 Fax: 206-616-6910
http://www.washington.edu/counseling
fookune@uw.edu

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