Monthly Archives: December 2011

Events intern with Nortwest Immigrants Rights Project

 Description: Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) promotes justice for low-income immigrants by pursuing and preserving their legal status. We focus on providing direct legal services, supported by our education and public policy work. An exciting and dynamic nonprofit immigrant rights … Continue reading

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Development intern w/Northwest Immigrant Rights Project

 Description:  Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) promotes justice for low-income immigrants by pursuing and preserving their legal status. We focus on providing direct legal services, supported by our education and public policy work. An exciting and dynamic nonprofit immigrant rights … Continue reading

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UW SOC mugs, pint glasses, and water bottles!

Looking for the perfect holiday gift? Look no more!  Stop by the Sociology Advising Office and check out our selection of UW Sociology mugs, pint glasses and water bottles — just $10 each!

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LARC 498E/598E Gender in Landscape Architecture

LARCH 498E and LARCH 598E Winter Quarter, 2012 Gender and Landscape Architecture 3 Credits, SLN # for LARC 498E: 14916, SLN# for LARC 598E: 14927 Instructor: David C. Streatfield Hours: Tuesday and Thursday, 4.30-6.00 p.m. 201 Gowen Thursday, 6.00-6.50 p.m. … Continue reading

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L ARCH 362/598B Design of Cities, Winter 2012

L ARCH 362/598 Design of Cities (Urban Landscape) Instructor: Jeff Hou. T/Th 10:30 to 11:50am, Winter 2012, jhou@uw.edu The design of cities today is faced with increasing complexity in the urban environment. An investigation of the complexity should address not … Continue reading

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Winter course: Concepts of the Body in 19th and 20th Century

There is space available in BH 485: “Concepts of the Body in 19th and 20th Century America.” This course will investigate ideas relating to the corporeal self in nineteenth- and twentieth-century America. Attention will be paid to the evolution of … Continue reading

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Winter 2012 Community-based Leadership Course

“Community-based Leadership (GENST 348)” Course Description: Community-based Leadership is a three-credit course that will offer a hands-on opportunity to explore what it means to be civically engaged. Students will reflect on their service experiences through the lens of several leadership … Continue reading

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Peace Corps HIV/AIDS Panel Discussion Information

Wednesday, December 7th 5:00-6:30PM Gowen Hall, Room 201   In recognition of World AIDS Day the Peace Corps will be hosting a panel discussion with returned volunteers on HIV/AIDS.  You are invited to attend this conversation to see how you … Continue reading

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Beinecke Scholarship information for juniors in arts, humanities or social science fields

Are you a junior interested in pursuing graduate study in the arts, humanities, or social sciences? If so, you may be eligible to apply for the Beinecke Scholarship (http://foundationcenter.org/grantmaker/beinecke/). This scholarship provides $34,000 for graduate study to juniors of exceptional … Continue reading

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Volunteering with Helping Link

Helping Link is a non-profit that has been serving the Vietnamese American community for the past 18 years. We have evolved to accommodate the need of the community by offering English as a Second Language (ESL) courses, Computer Literacy training, … Continue reading

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