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Join us for the Northwest Nature & Health Symposium, October 24th

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We are excited to invite you to attend the 2nd annual Northwest Nature & Health Symposium at the University of Washington. This all-day symposium will bring together professionals and community leaders to explore common goals and collective strategies related to the human health benefits of contact with nature, from indoor settings to wildlands. Register now to ensure your place in this signature event. Or go to: We hope to see you there!

Wednesday, October 24th, 2018
9:30am – 5:30pm
wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House
University of Washington, Seattle


Featuring: Theresa Maresca (UW/Seattle Indian Health Board), Joshua Brandon (UW, Outdoor Consulting), Jeremy Grisham (Compass Health/formerly Veterans Conservation Corps), Pooja Tandon (UW, Seattle Children’s), Nooshin Razani (UC Center for Nature and Health), Juan Martinez (Children & Nature Network), Richard Louv (Children & Nature Network), Scott Wyatt (NBBJ Design), Hanaa Hamdi (Trust for Public Land), and Nalini Nadkarni (Biology, University of Utah), and more to be announced soon!

~Evening Keynote Address~
Doug Walker Lecture with Richard Louv

6:30 pm (doors, 6pm), Benaroya Hall, Seattle

Requires separate registration: register for both events via the link above.

At the intersection of contemporary thinking in healthcare, education, design, planning, and conservation is a growing recognition that human well-being is interdependent with the natural world: in addition to food, medicine, and materials, our mental, physical, social, and spiritual health improves by spending time in natural places. Join us to learn about the latest innovations in research, policy, design, and practice; discuss common challenges; and identify shared opportunities to collectively and equitably expand the potential of nature to improve our health.

This year’s symposium will include an afternoon workshop to begin scoping the information and research needs of communities and professionals who are striving to implement the health benefits of nature directly in their work.

Please take a moment to forward this invitation to your friends and colleagues. Your recommendation is our best way to spread the word! Note that in addition to general admission we are offering discounted tickets and scholarships to ensure the symposium is accessible to all. We are also seeking UW student volunteers to help staff the event: contact c3uw.

See for details, with more updates coming soon. We hope to see you there!

Sara, Josh, and Shannon

Center for Creative Conservation, EarthLab, University of Washington

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UW Graduate School Fair on Oct 16

University of Washington Graduate School Fair

October 16, 2018 | 2:00-7:00 p.m. | Husky Union Building (HUB)

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Join us for the University of Washington Graduate School Fair on October 16, 2018 from 2–7 p.m. at the HUB on the UW Seattle Campus. We invite any student who would like to learn more about what a graduate degree can do for them to attend. At the fair, you can interact with representatives from over 100 graduate programs from schools across the country, including:

  • University of Washington
  • George Washington University
  • University of Southern California
  • New York University
  • University of Michigan
  • Oregon State University
  • Columbia University
  • Boston University
  • University of Colorado
  • Hawaii Pacific University
  • Duke University
  • UC Irvine
  • UC San Diego
  • And more!

The program is free to attend, with a complimentary bag for the first 200 students to arrive and raffle drawings throughout the day.

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Open Scholarships & Information Sessions this Month!

Hello from the Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards!

Though we just started the school year, now’s the time to begin applying for funding for summer and next year. We encourage 2nd & 3rd year students to take a look at the Goldwater, Udall and Truman Scholarships. Students interested in furthering their critical language study should look at the Boren Scholarship and the Critical Language Scholarships. We encourage seniors to consider programs like the Carnegie and the Yenching Academy. Scroll to the bottom for more info, application links and scheduled events supporting these and other scholarships.


Scholarship Strategies for Second & Third Year
Our number one piece of advice for scholarships is to start early! Get an early start on your scholarship search and application process by finding out what it takes to become a competitive candidate. We’ll talk through what it means to be an active, and engaged student and how best to highlight those qualities in an app! We’ll also highlight some upcoming opportunities we hope you’ll consider.

Wednesday, October 17 | 4:00pm | MGH 171

Monday, October 29 | 3:30pm |MGH 171

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Scholarship Information For Transfer students at UW

Join us to get started thinking about and connecting with scholarships that can support your remaining undergraduate experiences, but also get a necessary head start planning for post-graduate opportunities and graduate study.

Wednesday, October 24 | 6:00pm | ONLINE

Scholarship Fridays

Every Friday during fall quarter we’re offering scholarship information sessions to help you get started with scholarships! Our office is partnering with the Mary Gates Endowment for Students to offer alternating Friday sessions. This Friday, Oct. 13 will feature a session on Mary Gates Leadership & Research Scholarships. Sessions will vary throughout fall quarter. See the full calendar for dates and locations!

Fridays | 1:30pm | Learn more



Barry Goldwater Scholarship: Now Open!

Sophomores or juniors planning for research careers in mathematics, the natural sciences, and engineering are encouraged to apply for UW nomination to the Goldwater Scholarship. This scholarship supporting undergraduate researchers covers undergraduate eligible expenses for tuition, fees, books, and room and board to a maximum of $7,500 per academic year. Apply Now!

Upcoming info sessions:

Tuesday, October 16 |4:30pm | MGH 136

Wednesday, October 24 | 5:00 pm | ONLINE

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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace James C. Gaither Junior Fellowship: Application opening soon!

Seniors or 2018 graduates involved in international affairs/foreign policy research are encouraged to apply for the Carnegie Endowment’s Gaither Junior Fellowship. Each year the Carnegie Endowment offers 12-14 paid one-year fellowships to work as research assistants to the Endowment’s senior associates.

Upcoming info sessions:

Wednesday, October 17 | 12:30pm| MGH 136

Thursday, October 25 | 5:30pm | ONLINE

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Summer Programs in International Affairs, Human Rights & Public Policy

Learn about fellowship programs you can apply for right now for next summer! We’ll discuss summer programs in International Affairs, Human rights & Public Policy that take place in the United States and abroad.

Thursday, October 18 |4:00pm | MGH 171

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Leadership & Public Service Scholarships

Learn about scholarships & opportunities for second and third year students committed to making a difference in their careers through public service! We’ll discuss the Truman, Udall, Emerson Hunger Fellowship, and the Huntington Public Service Awards.

Tuesday, October 23 | 3:30pm| MGH 171

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Funding Critical Language Study Abroad: Boren & CLS programs

Join us for an introduction to Boren and Critical Language Scholarships for study abroad. Scholarships like the Boren and CLS provide funding to students at varying levels of proficiency to study languages considered to be “critical” by the US State department. This session will provide an overview of each of these scholarships and insights on how to develop a competitive application.

Tuesday, October 23| 4:30pm| MGH 171

Boren Scholarship & Fellowship Talk

Study a language abroad with the Boren Scholarship! Join Boren representative Michael Saffle to learn about Boren Awards for undergrad and grad students.

Monday, October 29 | 4:30pm | MGH 171

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Yenching Academy

Students from around the world* interested in exploring China and its role in the world through a Master’s program at Peking University are encouraged to apply. The UW application deadline is October 30th! *Please note that PRC passport holders who do not currently attend a university in Mainland China cannot be considered for the Yenching Academy.

Apply now

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Climate Certificate/Capstone Graduate Student Information Session–November 13 at 11:30 in OCN 425

YOU ARE INVITED to join PCC Director, Cecilia Bitz and Miriam Bertram, PCC Assistant and Student adviser…

Join fellow graduate students and potential capstone advisers at our annual GCeCS/capstone informational meeting. We will focus most of our time on the capstone, but will happily answer any questions about the Program on Climate Change or the Graduate Certificate in Climate Science in general.


November 13

11:30-12:30 (with more informal conversation until 1 pm)

in Ocean Sciences Building Room 425

(with pizza)


To read more about the certificate program:

PCC website: curriculum and overview

Detailed description of the Graduate Certificate in Climate Science

How to complete in 2-yrs

Completed capstones (will be updated soon)

The program is very flexible, and we encourage you, the student, to come up with something that fits your skills, interests, and future. There are, ofcourse specific requirements. With that in mind, it’s always good to know what kinds of projects are out there..

Potential project advisers who have been invited include:

(most have worked with capstone students in the past):

Rich Childers, Ocean Acidification Policy Lead, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (RSVP’d likely to attend)

Lara Whitely Binder and Jamie Stroble, King County, Climate Engagement

Crystal Raymond and Heidi Roop (RSVP’d yes) (Climate Impacts Group)

Kirsten Feifel, Department of Natural Resources

Ronda Strauch, Seattle City Light

Mark Windschidtl, Jessica Thompson, Deb Morrison from the College of Education

Dargan Frierson, Earth Games and UW in the High School

Happy to answer questions!


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Public Lands Recruitment Events – Oct 9th

RSVP for the recruitment events at the following link:

2019 MBS Hiring Brochure_English.pdf

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We’re making a video and we need your help!

We’re making a video and we need your help! This campaign we’re working on is called SAVE THE HUMANS. It’s a youth-led, bipartisan coalition of kids who believe that climate change is the biggest threat facing our nation. They are focusing the conversation around saving a new endangered species: OURSELVES!

We need student-aged people who are both environmentally conscious and are advocates for a conservative social or political issue, i.e. Pro-Life, 2nd Amendment advocacy, etc. We want this person (people?) to spend a couple hours canvassing for 1631 with someone on the opposite side of the political spectrum to signal that voting to Save the Humans is more important than our day-to-day politics. And we’re going to put the whole thing on camera!

We want to shoot this video this weekend, Saturday, Oct. 13, in the Seattle area. It would require several hours of your time, and would involve an on-camera interview and a couple of hours of door-to-door canvasing for Initiative 1631.

Contact us directly at:

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REMINDER Public Lands Recruitment Events – Tue Oct 9th

This is a friendly reminder that the Public Lands Recruitment Event is on Tuesday, October 9 from 5:00-7:00pm at the Klondike National Historical Park. Check in starts at 4:30pm.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE: The USAJobs website will be shut down starting today through Mon, Oct 8. Applicants will be unable to create a profile or submit for positions.

You can still register for the event at:


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Health Informatics and Health Information Management Open House October 17th

Health Informatics and Health Information Management Open House

October 17 6- 8 pm UW Tower

Come and learn about the exciting and continually evolving field of Information and Data Governance in Electronic Health Records

You will be able to meet with faculty, advisers and alumni of the program to find out more about the major and dynamic health care career opportunities. For more information about the HIHIM major:

To RSVP for the Open House:

E-mail us at

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Drop-In Mental Health Resources for Students for Fall Quarter

DROP-IN RESOURCES: No appointments necessary. Students can just show up. More information available here.

  • Mindfulness Mondays with Ron Ma, 12-12:30pm on Mondays (through the last week of class) in 401 Schmitz Hall
    • Mindfulness meditation is a practice that helps promotes health and well-being and reduce stress, anxiety and depression by cultivating greater emotional awareness. Come for a 30-mminutes mindful break to start your week.
  • Let’s Talk. Drop-in consultation with a counselor, a collaboration between the Counseling Center and Hall Health Center
    • Tuesdays 2-4pm with Iris Song at the Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center
    • Wednesdays 2-4pm with Kate Fredenberg at the Q Center in the HUB
    • Offered during the 10 weeks of each quarter.

WORKSHOP SERIES: Please inform the facilitator that you plan to attend by clicking on their name below to email them. Find more info here.

  • Coping with Stress and Anxiety. This is a three-session workshop by Chia-Chen Tu for students who are feeling overwhelmed by academic demands and who want to learn effective ways to manage stress and practice general self-care. Learn techniques on stress and anxiety management, meditation practice and general self-care.
    • Session 1: Tuesdays 4:30-6 (October 16th, 23rd and 30th)
    • Session 2: Tuesdays 4:30-6 (November 6th, 13th and 20th)
  • Mindfulness for Wellness. This workshop series by Anne Swenson is to help you be more mindful in your everyday life. By practicing mindfulness skills, you can improve your well-being including being better able to navigate stress, increasing your ability to focus, and feeling more connected. The workshop focuses on learning and practicing multiple forms of mindfulness, including suggested practices for you to complete between the workshop meetings. By the end of the workshop series, you can expect to have developed a personal mindfulness practice that you can continue after the workshop ends.
    • Fridays, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM. (Oct. 19th, Oct. 26th, Nov. 2nd and Nov.9th)


  • International Circle. Chia-Chen Tu will be facilitating a new group focusing on the needs of new international students on Fridays, 3:15 to 4:45pm (October 12-December 7). Group members will share cross-cultural experiences and reflect on a variety of topics, such as friendship/relationships, taboos and stereotypes, culture shock, holidays and traditions, educational systems around the world…etc. Participants will have the opportunity to practice English speaking in a relaxed and supportive environment. If you are interested in joining the group, please contact Dr. Tu directly.

To request disability accommodation, contact Disability Services Office at 206-543-6450 (voice), 206-543-6452 (TTY), 206-685-7264 (fax), ordso. The University of Washington makes every effort to honor disability accommodation requests. Requests can be responded to most effectively if received in advance, preferably at least 10 days prior to the event.

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.

Coping with Stress and Anxiety flyer.docx

Mindfulness Drop-In Flyer Fall 2018.pdf

Mindfulness 4-week workshop Fall 2018 flyer.pdf

International Circle flyer.docx

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Sefsunder TODAY: Round River Information Session Monday at 4PM

Round River Conservation Studies offers study abroad programs that integrate students into actual conservation projects in Patagonia, Botswana, Mongolia, British Columbia, or Costa Rica. Earn credits, contribute to conservation efforts, and have an adventure. Round River will be hosting an information session at Anderson 22 from 4-5pm on Monday, October 8th. Check out their website at


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Envirolink Environmental Health Major – Fall Quarter Deadline, Oct 12

The Environmental Health major is for students who love science, and who are passionate about using their scientific skills to address human health issues related to the built and natural environments. From water quality to work place safety, environmental health majors are engaged in problem solving to keep communities safe and healthy.

How to Apply: The Enviornmental Health major is a minimum requirements major, which means all students who meet the minimum requirements and can complete the degree within UW’s maximum time frame will be admitted. The online application can be accessed through our website at

Information Sessions: Learn more about the Environmental Health major at an upcoming information session.

Health Sciences Building, F453 | 11:30AM-12:20PM

– Wed, November 7

Raitt Hall, 229 | 3:00-4:00PM

– Thurs, October 25

– Thurs, November 29

Current Student and Alumni Profiles: Read about the internships, research, and careers of some of our current students and alumni:

Questions? To meet with an adviser, schedule an appointment at ehug.

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Foster Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship: Courses, Events, and Programs

Register for Fall: Two 2-credit classes

Open to all Undergraduate & Graduate students from any department. No experience necessary.

Environmental Innovation Practicum (2 credits) | Tuesdays | 4 to 5:50 pm (now CR/NC)

Cross-listed: ENTRE 443/543, ENGR 498A, ENVIR 495

In each weekly seminar, students will hear directly from the entrepreneurs solving some of the world’s most pressing environmental problems. Past speakers included Amanda Sturgeon, CEO International Living Futures Institute and Chad Frischmann, VP Project Drawdown. Students then form interdisciplinary teams and create project-based solutions while receiving coaching from environmental professionals and entrepreneurs. Excellent preparation for the Alaska Airlines Environmental Innovation Challenge. Questions? E-mail Cassie Maylor.

Health Innovation Practicum (2 credits) | Thursdays | 5 to 6:50 pm

Cross-listed: ENTRE 445/545

Students will hear inspiring guest speakers discuss the challenges every young business in healthcare or life sciences could face. By the end of the course students will have an awareness of the system of regulation of health technologies, the process of development, and the economics of healthcare. Great preparation for the Hollomon Health Innovation Challenge or healthcare careers. Questions? Email Terri Butler.

Apply: The Lavin Entrepreneurship Program

Open to all undergraduate students – all majors.

Do you dream of creating your own startup? Aspire to launch a business, disrupt a market or change the world with your big idea? If so, you need to be part of the Lavin Entrepreneurship Program! The Lavin Program is a highly-competitive program for undergraduate entrepreneurs from all majors and disciplines across campus. Only the brightest, most passionate and driven students are accepted into the program each year. By combining curriculum with hands-on learning, students gain the experience, skills and know-how to succeed in their future business ventures. Application deadline: October 21. Apply here:

Apply: Entrepreneurship Minor (non-business majors)

Open to all non-business majors. Pre-reqs: ECON 200, ACCTG 219

Entrepreneurs come from every discipline. They are adept at turning novel ideas into reality, and are not afraid of challenging the status quo or tackling the big problems in society and science. But the truth is that it takes more than an idea to be successful: it takes the knowledge, experience, and network of a smart leader. Students who pursue the Entrepreneurship Minor are creative and energetic, with a critical eye for opportunities and the passion and skill to follow through. Application deadline: October 25

Learn more:

Apply: Entrepreneurship Certificate (non-MBA graduate students)

Open to all non-MBA graduate and PhD students.

The Buerk Center’s certificate in entrepreneurship prepares University of Washington graduate and PhD students for the world of start-ups and new technology enterprises. Our emphasis on cross-campus involvement means you’ll take entrepreneurship courses alongside students from other disciplines, work with UW inventors on their market-ready applications, and have the opportunity to apply for fellowships in UW technology ventures or local angel funds. Certificate students, whose disciplines range from engineering and architecture to drama and medicine, take classes, gain real-world experience, and network with the region’s most innovative entrepreneurs. Working together, students bring ideas to life. Rolling admissions.

Learn more:

Attend! Buerk Center Events


Oct 4, Build Your Own Business, 6-7:30 pm Herbold Innovation Lab. Undergraduates only. Bring your idea for a product, service, or company; get feedback from your peers and advice from an expert entrepreneur!

Oct 18, Build Your Own Business, 6-7:30 pm Deloitte Commons. Undergraduates only.

Workshops – open to all students

Oct 11, Ideation and Design Workshop, 12:30-2 pm HUB 250 Join us for an ideation workshop that will get your innovative gears moving! Our guest speakers will tell you where the industry pain points are and will lead a studio workshop designed to get you thinking about the big needs in health, environment, or other areas. Find something that fits your interests and is worth pursuing. RSVP

Team Formation Nights

Oct 17, Team Formation Night: Maker Mixer, 5:30-7 pm Fluke Hall MakerSpace (215). You’ll learn how to use the 3D printers, sewing machines, and other tools. Get inspired to create something grand. RSVP

Nov 1, Team Formation Night: Build a Sustainable Future, 5:30-8 pm Gould Hall Court. Meet students who have ideas or could be on your team, and learn from angel investor Eric Carlson about how environmental innovations help to build a more sustainable future.

Attend! Seattle Startup Week

Interested in events happening as a part of Seattle Startup Week? Over 150 events happening October 8-12 throughout Seattle and across UW’s campus. Want a discounted student code? Contact us here.

Attend! Student Startup Showcase

October 12th from 9:30-11:30 in HUB 250, breakfast refreshments provided

Student-created startups and their progress will be featured by the Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship in this exciting, engaging event! Students, faculty, staff, and the public, are invited to come learn and hear from these startups about their entrepreneurial journey and showcase their innovations that were born at, or with help from, the University of Washington. Take advantage of this event to see the work being brought to life by student run startups!

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Democracy through Dialogue – Fall 2018 Student Opportunities

We believe that now, more than ever, we must engage in dialogue with people who have different beliefs in order to broaden our perspectives and generate understanding and empathy. The Democracy through Dialogue series was created for this reason. This program welcomes UW students of any background or ideology to participate in a facilitated, intimate, lively and productive dialogue about critical issues of our time.

Democracy through Dialogue aims to revive the art of public discourse across difference. It will do so by helping UW students develop their capacity to connect and disagree in ways that are both personally and civically constructive. The premise is that authentic, compassionate connection across difference is essential to our ongoing pursuit of justice and liberty for all.

For questions, please email

To visit our website and apply, please go to

Democracy through Dialogue | Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center
University of Washington


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WACFWRU Annual Student Symposium October 17, 2018

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The time is now! Volunteer Strategic Plan Workshops begin tomorrow!

The first of Mount Rainier National Park’s Volunteer Program Strategic Plan workshops will be tomorrow evening! After a year of planning, we are excited to hear your thoughts about the future of our program. How can we improve? How can we be more inclusive?

As a reminder, here are the dates, times, and locations of our three public workshops over the next week and a half. All three will include refreshments and activities for kids. The links below take you to our Facebook Event pages and to Google Maps of the locations.

· Wednesday October 3, 2018, 6:00-8:00 pm
Y at the Cascade People’s Center
309 Pontius Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

· Thursday October 11, 2018, 6:00-8:00 pm
Selah Fire Department
206 W Fremont Ave, Selah, WA 98942

· Friday October 12, 2018, 6:00-8:00 pm
STAR Center
3873 S 66th St, Tacoma, WA 98409

We look forward to seeing you all in person!

Kevin Bacher
Volunteer and Outreach Program Manager

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Calling All Students: Register Now for EPA’s 7th Annual Campus RainWorks Challenge

EPA’s Annual Campus RainWorks Challenge

The Campus RainWorks Challenge, now in its 7th year, is a green infrastructure design competition that seeks to engage with the next generation of environmental professionals, foster a dialogue about stormwater management, and showcase the environmental, economic, and social benefits of green infrastructure practices. Current students at American colleges and universities are eligible to participate. Student teams must register in order to submit their entries by December 14th. Winners will be announced in the Spring of 2019. Each first-place team will earn a student prize of $2,000 to be divided evenly among student team members and a faculty prize of $3,000 to support green infrastructure research or training. Second-place teams will win a student prize of $1,000 and a $2,000 faculty prize.

Registration is open through September 30th, 2018.

Register now at:

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FREE EVENT: Public Health Graduate Recruitment Fair at UW this October 3rd!

The Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) will host a FREE graduate school fair at the UW Intellectual House aon Wednesday, October 3rd, from 5:30 – 7:30 PM. This is a great opportunity to learn about graduate schools and programs of public health. Over 34 representatives from different colleges and universities will be present, and free TIPH swag for attendees!

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FREE EVENT: UW CoMotion’s Startup Career and Internship Fair – Tuesday, October 9, 2-5pm

Are you a student/individual looking for employment in a startup?

If so, join us at the UW Intellectual House (4249 Whitman Court, Seattle 98195) between 2:00-5:00pm on Wednesday, October 4th for UW CoMotion’s Startup Career/Internship Fair! Talk to dozens of fully established and vetted startups who are looking for people like you to join their companies. Bring your A game, and your resume(s). Attendance is free and open to all, regardless of student status, but you must preregister at to get your ticket. Space is limited, get your ticket early to guarantee admission!

If you are a startup interested in participating or have other questions, please register cshansen.

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“Which Public Health Degree Is Right for Me?” 10/4 & 11/29 Events

Are you considering a public health graduate degree? The Department of Health Services trains 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 one of our “Which Public Health Degree is Right For Me?” sessions.

Which Public Health Degree Is Right for Me?

  • Date/Time: October 4, 2018; 5:30-7:30pm
  • Location: UW Seattle campus, SOCC 303
  • Event Description: Join us for a panel led by graduate students in our COPHP, MPH, MS, MHA, and MHIHIM programs, followed by small group break-out sessions. Pizza and beverages will be served!

RSVP link:

Which Public Health Degree Is Right for Me?

  • Date/Time: November 29, 2018; 5:30-7:30pm
  • Location: UW Bothell campus, UW1-280
  • Event Description: Join us for a panel led by graduate students in our COPHP, MPH, MS, MHA, and MHIHIM programs, followed by small group break-out sessions. Pizza and beverages will be served!

RSVP link:

Which Degree Flyer_Autumn 2018_tinyurl.pdf

Which Degree Flyer_Autumn 2018_UWB_tinyurl.pdf

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Info Sessions: Certificate of International Studies in Business (CISB)

Dear undergraduate student:

Come to an information session to learn more about the nationally-ranked Certificate of International Studies in Business (CISB) at the Foster School of Business!

CISB is an intensive supplement to the Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration that provides you with a unique global business perspective and gives you a competitive advantage through:

  • Studying or interning abroad in target foreign language.
  • Taking globally-focused business courses and a business specialty.
  • Using foreign language skills in a business setting.
  • Discussing current events with global business professionals.
  • Getting real-world experience in the field.

We are a welcoming community of students and staff dedicated to preparing students for a future in global business.

Come to an info session to learn more!

  • Wednesday, October 3, 12:30 p.m., DEM 333
  • Wednesday, October 17, 12:30 p.m., DEM 233
  • Wednesday, October 31, 12:30 p.m., DEM 233
  • Wednesday, November 14, 3:30 p.m., DEM 233

The winter 2019 application is now available.

If you are unable to attend an info session, you can still reach out to the CISB Program Adviser Deanna Fryhle at ddf. Application details can be found on our website.

See the latest CISB video here.


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