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Wildlands Studies Announcement & Flyer for Student Info Session Thu April 18

Wildlands Studies info session on April 18, in Anderson 22.

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Wildlands Studies Info Session – U Washington – 4 18 19.pdf

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UW Women’s Center Spring GRE Prep Classes

I hope this e-mail finds you well. I’m writing to let you know about the UW Women’s Center’s Spring GRE and SAT prep schedule in case you have networks or are in communication with aspiring UW students. The fliers is attached and I’ve included the information below for your convenience. Please feel free to share.

SPRING GRE SCHEDULE

Sundays April 28th, May 5th, 12th and 19th from 9:00am-2:00pm UW Seattle Campus SAV Room 130

REGISTRATION LINK: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4195483

SPRING SAT SCHEDULE

Thursdays April 11th, 18th, and 25th from 5:30-8:30pm UW Seattle Campus Savery Hall Room 166, $150

REGISTRATION LINK: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4109231

Tuesdays April 16th, 23rd, 30th from 4:30-7:30pm Othello UW Commons Conference Room (4200 S. Othello St., Seattle, WA 98118) , $150

REGISTRATION LINK: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4104385

Thursday May 9th, 16th, 23rd from 5:30-8:30pm UW Seattle Campus Savery Hall Room 168, $150

REGISTRATION LINK: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4111195

Tuesdays May 14th, 21st, and 28th from 4:30-7:30pm Othello UW Commons Conference Room (4200 S. Othello St., Seattle, WA 98118), $150

REGISTRATION LINK: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4104395

As always if you have any questions or need additional information, please do not hesitate to reach out!

Warm Regards,

WOMEN’S CENTER STAFF
University of Washington Women’s Center
"Opening doors for women and girls"

Campus Box 353070
Cunningham Hall
4101 George Washington Lane, Seattle, WA 98195
phone 206.685.1090 / fax 206.685.4490

Click hereto join our mailing list!

GRE Spring 2019.pdf

SAT Spring 2019.pdf

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Requesting a letter of recommendation Advice by Michael Ernst

I thought this document was very detailed and would be useful to many of you.

Requesting a letter of recommendation

by Michael Ernst

Advancement in your professional career (such as obtaining a job or fellowship) often requires that you obtain letters of recommendation from previous colleagues, supervisors, etc. In general, letters tend to be more important in academic jobs than for industrial ones. You shouldn’t feel that you are imposing when you ask for such letters: the letter-writers recognize that it is part of their professional responsibility. However, you should also do everything in your power to ease the burden on your references…..

https://homes.cs.washington.edu/~mernst/advice/request-recommendation.html

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University of Oxford – Summer School + Scholarships

Our Enterprise and the Environment Summer School will take place from 30 June – 12 July 2019 at the University of Oxford and is intended for undergraduate and masters students passionate about environmental change. The course typically attracts a global spread of 35-40 attendees from a diverse mix of academic disciplines and will include teaching across subjects such as corporate sustainability, environmental economics and policy, the future of transport, water markets and risk, and the renewable energy transition. There are x3 scholarships available which will cover the course fees in full. I have attached a copy of the course brochure and can also advise that more details are available on our website here: https://www.smithschool.ox.ac.uk/courses/summer-school/.

Brochure – University of Oxford – Summer School 2019.pdf

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BA in Community, Environment, and Planning | Study Abroad in Berlin

MAJOR IN CEP

The Department of Urban Design and Planning offers a flexible, two-year undergraduate major called Community, Environment, and Planning (CEP). We’re looking for students who are interested in everything from sustainability, to community engagement, to policy and design. Many students pursue a double major or minor while in our program.

APPLY HERE

Our application for Autumn 2019 enrollment is due on Friday, February 15th. We have two upcoming events for students to learn more:

· CEP Application Workshop
Tuesday, January 29th from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m., Gould 110

· CEP Open House
Tuesday, January 29th from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m., HUB 214

You can also learn more by visiting our herzomeg.

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STUDY ABROAD IN BERLIN

Join us Summer A Term 2019 to study urbanization, conflict, and community in one of the most historically freighted and contested cities in the world. We’ll explore Berlin’s urban history and learn how contemporary challenges, including climate change, gentrification, and immigration butt up against competing ambitions for Berlin to become a “global city” and for it to maintain its distinct character.

APPLY HERE

Applications are due on Thursday, January 31st. We’re going to be taking 15 students and students from all majors and degree programs are welcome to apply! If you have any questions, please email me at herzomeg.

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CEP_OH_JAN19.pdf

CEP_factsheet.pdf

Berlin2019_flyer.pdf

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Bachelors of Science in Environmental Health – Win Qtr Deadline, Jan.25

Bachelors of Science in Environmental Health

School of Public Health

Winter quarter application deadline is Friday, January 25

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 Environmental 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 http://deohs.washington.edu/undergraduate/applying-major

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

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

– Tues, February 5

– Tues, March 12

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

– Wed, January 23

– Thurs, February 21

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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EH major flyer – WIN19.pdf

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Summer Undergraduate Research Opportunity @ Oregon State University

The attached describes an opportunity for undergraduate students to work/do research at Oregon State University’s Department of Wood Science & Engineering during summer 2019.

Regards,

Arijit Sinha & Eric Hansen

Undergrad research at OSU.pdf

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2019 Deep-Dive Dialogue Series

The Deep-Dive Dialogue Series is an opportunity for twelve UW undergraduates of different backgrounds and perspectives to have ongoing (5-session) dialogue about an issue they all care about – over dinner.

Like our one-time dialogues, students will practice the skills necessary to interact constructively across difference; experience personal growth; and explore divergent perspectives before engaging with resolution. The purpose is to work across difference towards a world where there is justice and liberty for all.

Within the extended time-frame, we hope students will:

  • learn about one another’s lived experiences
  • come to understand one another’s motivations, concerns, and hopes
  • wrestle with challenging questions, points of disagreement, and competing priorities
  • map a co-created understanding of the topic and avenues for change

The Basics:

The Deep-Dive Dialogue Series is a 5-session cross-perspective endeavor to communicate and co-create regarding an issue critical to our campus and community. A simple dinner is provided.

Mondays, February 4, 11, 25, March 11, April 8th (2019): 5-7pm

Between March 11th and April 8th, there will likely be another meeting/outing that your group does together at a time convenient for you and without the facilitators.

The application will go up December 15th, and we will be including a section prior to January 1st in which early applicants can vote for various topics they personally would like to focus on!

Space is limited to only 12 students. As always, our goal will be to comprise a group of students whose perspectives and backgrounds reflect many walks of life, but who have interest in the same issue/topic. Please know that if you are not invited to this series simply because of the need to balance the group, there will be other ways to stay involved!

Please look for the application on the website at www.uw.edu/carlson/dialogue.

Let me know if you have any other questions!

My best,

Devon

Devon M. Little

Facilitator & Coordinator

Democracy through Dialogue

UW Carlson Center

171 Mary Gates Hall

Box 352803

Seattle, WA 98195

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UW LSAMP in the NEWS: Study Abroad Article

UW LSAMP (the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation) and Engineering STEM Study Abroad Program.

Follow the link….

https://www.aa.washington.edu/news/article/2018-12-12/aa-australia-summer-program-helps-forge-future-directions-lsamp

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FISH 290: Scientific Writing and Communication

There are a few spots open in FISH 290 (Scientific Writing and Communication) in Winter quarter. The content isn’t super fishy and that other natural sciences majors should get a lot from the course. We don’t typically open this up to non-AFS majors so this might be a great opportunity for anyone with interest.

Goals:

This class is designed to teach undergraduate students in the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences and other areas of biology to

  1. Gather published and unpublished sources of information and bring them to bear on scientific questions
  2. Critically read scientific writing
  3. Access electronic sources of information, including but not limited to internet searches, library databases, and public information and data
  4. Learn the structure and functions of different components of scientific papers to effectively communicate scientific findings
  5. Learn techniques for effective communication of scientific information in oral and poster presentations
  6. Understand the ethical boundaries associated with scientific communication.

 

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Undergraduate research opportunities from the Urban Water Innovation Network!

The Urban Water Innovation Network (UWIN) is now accepting applications for its Undergraduate Research Program for the summer of 2019! Thank you for sharing this information with students who may be interested. See the attached flyer for posting.

Students will be given the opportunity to perform cutting edge research of immediate relevance to people in urban areas at institutions in urban areas across the nation. Students with different research interests in urban water sustainability -social sciences, natural sciences, engineering – are invited to apply.

To apply: https://erams.com/UWIN/urp/

Undergraduate Research Program | UWIN
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The Urban Water Innovation Network (UWIN) offers its fourth Undergraduate Research Program (URP) for the summer of 2019. Participants will be given the opportunity to perform cutting edge, transdisciplinary research of immediate relevance to people in urban areas.

Application deadline: January 25, 2019 Midnight

Dates: May 29 to August 1, 2019 (9 weeks)

Eligibility: Undergraduate freshmen, sophomores, juniors or first semester seniors. Must be citizens or permanent residents of the U.S. or its possessions. Underrepresented minorities and first generation college students are encouraged to apply.

Stipend: $4,500 stipend

Other support: On-campus or nearby housing, travel assistance. The program starts and ends at Colorado State University in Fort Collins CO.

For more information about UWIN, visit: https://erams.com/UWIN/

For more information about the program, contact Aude Lochet, program coordinator: locheta

2019 UWIN URP Flyer.pdf

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DXARTS 472 – Winter quarter

Have you already taken DXARTS 471 (prerequisite), and want to explore mechatronic art systems? DXARTS 472 includes mechanics, electronics, software, advanced fabrication methods and real-time audio/video processing. The course is taught by Afroditi Psarra <https://dxarts.washington.edu/people/afroditi-psarra>.

SLN: 21877

Add Code required – contact Afroditi Psarra <apsarra>

Meeting Time: MW 9:30am – 12:20pm

Location: DXARTS Fablab <https://dxarts.washington.edu/facilities/ballard-fab-lab>

Earn Visual, Literary, and Performing Arts (VLPA) credit

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Space Remaining: Great 1-Cr Research Exposed: Population Health course!

Enroll in Winter Quarter GEN ST 391D: Research Exposed! Population Health (1cr)

Research Exposed is an opportunity to learn about current, exciting research in a wide variety of disciplines. Through presentations by UW faculty students will learn about the research process, how faculty come up with an idea for research, how inquiry is structured in the different disciplines, and how students can become involved in the knowledge-making process. The course meets once a week for fifty minutes and may be repeated for credit (1 credit/quarter, 3 quarters max).

This winter quarter, Research Exposed is teaming up with the UW Population Health Initiative to offer a series of faculty lectures focused on human health, environmental resilience, and social and economic equity. For students interested in the intersecting factors that influence the outcomes and quality of human health, Research Exposed will offer insight into and opportunities to participate in ongoing research at UW. The full winter quarter speaker schedule can be found on the URP website. See the UW Time Schedule (SLN 15030) to register.

Research Exposed Win19.pdf

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Scholarship Opportunity for Undergrads, Grads, and PhD students to study in Denmark

The UW Scan Design program would like to make students aware of the generous funding opportunities to study abroad at UW’s partner institutions in Denmark.

This funding is available to Undergrads, Grads, and PhD students from ALL MAJORS and from all departments and schools.

Please visit scandesign.be.uw.edu for information and scholarship applications and studyabroad.washington.edu to apply to exchange programs.

Information sessions will be held this Thursday, December 6th at 10:00am, and Wednesday January 9th at 11:00am in the Study Abroad Office (Schmitz 459).

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New Course SEFS 590B (2)

SEFS 590B, Soil Hydrology, 2 Credits, also open to Juniors and Seniors—see attached!

Soil hydro flyer.pdf

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WDRP Undergraduate Applications Now Open for Winter 2019!

The Washington Directed Reading Program (WDRP) is a new initiative from the Mathematics Department, which launched in Fall 2018. WDRP is modeled after successful Directed Reading Programs (DRPs) at other universities around the country.

This program pairs interested undergraduate students (from all mathemetical and personal backgrounds) with mathematics graduate student mentors to embark on a quarter-long independent reading project. We also encourage participation from women and underrepresented minority groups. We expect to have around 10 projects in Winter 2019. Applications will be open until December 10 at 5:00 pm, and applicants notified byJanuary 7 at the latest. To apply, go to sites.uw.edu/wdrp/applications

The main components of the program are as follows:

  • Start-of-quarter kickoff event, including an introduction to the program and time to mingle with other undergraduate and graduate students.
  • One-on-one weekly meetings between undergraduate student mentees and graduate student mentors, to discuss the readings.
  • End-of-quarter presentations by undergraduate students on topics selected from their readings.

In addition, 1 credit (CR/NC) as Math 398 is available to undergraduate students participating in and successfully completing the program. Note that you will not be able to sign up for this credit until after you have applied for and been accepted into the program, at which time we will provide further information about enrolling.

For more information and some sample projects, please see our website  sites.uw.edu/wdrp. Feel free to ask any other questions by sending an email to wdrp@uw.edu.

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Still room in a GWSS course: GWSS 490 Gender and Sexuality in India

There is still room in this GWSS special topics course for the winter quarter:

GWSS 490: Gender and Sexuality in India

Winter 2019 MW 1:30-3:20 pm SAV 138

Instructor: Prof. Priti Ramamurthy

What do “gender” and “sexuality” mean in India? What do terms in Indian languages–devdasi, hijra, kothi, bhadramahila, aadavallu, thirunar, for example—conjure? How have these concepts changed in meaning and transformed people’s identities and experiences? What do gender and sexuality as analytical frameworks tell us about the violent and everyday operations of power and difference—especially caste, religious, trans and sexual difference–in India, and beyond? How have feminist movements and movements for gender and sexual freedoms sought and brought about transformations in knowledge, law, and radical social change? How have they been depoliticized? We will develop our thinking along these lines at different moments and recursively by considering: the woman question and colonialism, anti-colonialism and nationalism; the modern girl and transnationalism; the agrarian question and women’s economic role in state-led development; the caste question; masculinities and religious assertion; the new middle class; globalization, financialization and urban informality. We will read “classic” and current essays, books, reports, and documentaries by feminist cultural and social historians, anthropologists, and political economists, artists and novelists.

GWSS 490 Gender and Sexuality in India.pdf

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Undergraduate Summer Research Opportunities at Nebraska

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We are now accepting applications for the University of Nebraska’s 2019 Summer Research Program, and we’d like to encourage your students to apply.

Our 10-week residential summer research experience provides mentoring and research participation while allowing scholars to preview graduate school life at a Research1 university. Participants all receive competitive stipends, room and board, travel/transport, graduate school preparation workshops, social and networking activities, and more.

GET ALL OF THE DETAILS »

Summer 2019 research programs include:

Applied Plant Systems

Bioenergy Systems

Biomedical Engineering

Chemistry

Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC)

Minority Health Disparities

Molecular Plant-Microbe Interaction

Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure

Redox Biology

Sustainability of Civil Infrastructures in Rural Environments

Systems Biology of Plant and Microbiome

Unmanned Systems

Virology

Our online application makes it easy for students to apply. Priority review begins Friday, February 1 and all applications must be completed by Friday, March 1. Students historically underrepresented in graduate education and students from academic institutions where research programs are limited are especially encouraged to apply.

Summer Research Program »

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Office of Graduate Studies
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
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MSc Graduate Assistantship

Please see attached announcement for a GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIP for an MSc student at the University of Idaho (Moscow, Idaho).

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Anthropology Course for Winter: ARCHY 484

If you or other students are looking for another course to fill in your Winter schedule, you should check out ARCHY 484: Archaeological GIS!

ARCHY 484 teaches students the basics of GIS (Geographic Information Systems) through a series of hands-on tutorials using archaeological datasets. The course provides students with a critical view of the application of this tool within the field of archaeology. This course is on the approved course list for the Archaeological Sciences option in Anthropology.

Students who do not meet the prerequisite requirements for this course may contact the instructor.

If you have any questions, please contact Diane or Morgan in the Anthropology Advising office.

archy484 – Wi18.pdf

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