Monthly Archives: February 2014

Ireland Summer Program

On behalf of Bridge Education Abroad Institute (BEAI), I am writing to you today to inform you about our summer program in Ireland. Our institute plans short programs all across the world, to provide students with unique opportunities to experience … Continue reading

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Kaplan Free Practice Test Event

 Kaplan will be holding a series of FREE practice tests on campus at the University of Washington – Seattle on Saturday, March 1st. As you are planning for spring quarter, it’s also time to review your path to Grad School.  One step … Continue reading

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Careers in Progressive Politics for UW Students

Progressive Campaign Job Opportunities – Nationwide! “The struggle for peace and social justice never ends, and one has to make a greater vow not to be discouraged from the activist path. . .” The progressive movement has seen some major advances … Continue reading

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Looking for Internship Credit for an Existing Internship?

Looking for a way to get credit for an internship you already have? Check out the Sociology Practicum in Work and Organizations (SOC 494D sln: 18987), this course combines your weekly experience at your internship with the sociology of organizations, … Continue reading

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Global Health Career Week! March 3-8, 2014

Check out the annual week-long Global Health Career Week that includes a number of great informational and networking events as well as a 4-hour career resource fair. Global Health Career Week begins Monday, March 3 and ends on Saturday, March … Continue reading

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An Evening with Harilyn Rousso, Feb 27

he University of Washington Disability Studies Program presents An Evening with Harilyn Rousso: “Don’t Call Me Inspirational: A Disabled Feminist Talks Back” Date: Thursday, February 27, 2014, 6:00pm–7:30pm Location: Odegaard Undergraduate Library 220, University of Washington (Google map) (on-campus evening event … Continue reading

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Attention Filipino American sophomores or juniors who might be willing to participate in a research study

If you’re a Filipino American Sophomore or Junior who values social research and is willing to participate in a study on campus, read the letter from the researcher below and contact her to be part of the study “My name … Continue reading

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Global Citizenship & Digital Storytelling course offered Spring Quarter!

The Carlson Center is accepting students for its Spring Quarter class, GEN ST 349: Global Citizenship & Digital Storytelling.  GEN ST 349 is a three credit class that explores the interplay between our local community engagement and our roles and responsibilities … Continue reading

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Ethical Volunteer Opportunities this Summer

Quest Overseas is an experienced gap year organization specializing in long-term sustainable volunteering projects across South America and Sub-Saharan Africa.  Since being founded in 1996, we have sent more than 2,000 volunteers to support our projects, and teams of students from all … Continue reading

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Empowering Women of Color Conference at UC Berkeley — March 15th

UC Berkeley’s Empowering Women of Color Conference ABOUT On Saturday, March 15, 2014, the University of California at Berkeley’s Women of Color Initiative and Graduate Assembly will host the 29th Annual Empowering Women of Color Conference (EWOCC). Our purpose is to build bridges … Continue reading

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