Ask Me Sessions with Undergraduate Researchers
Have you ever wondered what is was like to be an undergraduate researcher? Do you have questions about how to manage research with classes/work/life, benefits/challenges in research and more?
Come to the “Ask Me Sessions”, where you can sit down with Undergraduate Researcher Leaders, current undergraduate students conducting research in a variety of fields, and get a take on their research experience at UW or talk about your own experience with research. The sessions will be held on the following Thursdays (4/11, 4/25, 5/9, 5/23) from 10am-12pm in 171 Mary Gates Hall.
Hope to see you there!
Want to learn more about the UW Master of Science in Technology Innovation (MSTI) and Global Innovation (GIX) Dual Degree programs?
Design. Build. Launch.
From smart homes to smart health, computing technologies are transforming our daily lives and powering innovation across the globe. Lean how to design, build and launch the smart and connected solutions of the future.
Through intensive courses in design thinking, technology development and entrepreneurship, the Master of Science in Technology Innovation teaches the skills needed to take an innovation from concept to development and on to launch. For students interested in developing a global perspective on technology innovation, we offer a dual degree that combines the UW MSTI with a Master of Engineering in Data Science & Information Technology at Tsinghua University in China. You can learn more about GIX here
For more information, please attend one of our upcoming information sessions. You will get to learn more about the program from MSTI staff and students.
When: Monday, March 4 at 6pm
Where: UWT, Cherry Parkes 206C
Questions? Please email msti
The Undergraduate Research Program is pleased to announce the call for applications for the 2019 Summer Institute in the Arts & Humanities (SIAH)! SIAH offers an opportunity for undergraduates to engage in scholarly research with accomplished faculty, graduate students, and peers while earning full-time academic credit.
This year’s theme is Creating Alternate Worlds. Over the course of the summer, students will explore the world building practices in design, literature, gaming, art, afrofuturism, philosophy, and science to create worlds that reflect their ethical, intellectual, and creative commitments.
Summer Institute in the Arts & Humanities Information Sessions
Friday, February 22, 2019, 3:30 – 4:20 p.m. in 171 MGH
Thursday, February 28, 2019, 2:30 – 3:20 p.m. in 171 MGH
To learn more about the 2019 program theme, faculty team, application process and to sign up for an information session, visit our website.
We hope that you consider applying for this terrific research and learning opportunity!
2019 SIAH Flyer.pdf
Professor Streitberger will hold an Information session (Friday, February 1st at 3:30) in Padleford B 13 for the London Study abroad, Autumn, 2019, early fall start program. See the attached flyer.
A little bit about the program:
“Great Britain, like many of its European neighbors, has had its fair share of crisis and change. Reading about it is one thing. Visiting the sites where the change took place is an invaluable addition to understanding the past and, in part, the present. We’ll begin with Shakespeare’s age and end with Brexit. Each week there will be a classroom discussion of assigned reading followed by several
site visits and supplementary activities designed to complement readings by bringing them to life. The goal of the program is to help students become more informed about the great crises in London’s culture and their effect in shaping modern London.”
For more information, see the UW study abroad website at https://studyabroad.washington.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=10916
English Dept London flyer.pdf