Monthly Archives: November 2014

American Indian Studies Winter courses: new offerings (environmental issues!) and familiar favorites

AIS has a fantastic list of course offerings scheduled for next quarter, and many still have space available. None of these courses have prerequisites–they are open to all students, and most satisfy Areas of Knowledge requirements. AIS 202: Introduction to Contemporary Experience in Indian … Continue reading

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Apply for the 2015 NEW Leadership Institute

Are you an undergraduate or graduate student with an interest in becoming a leader in your community? Are you committed to bringing better representation for women in all fields? Apply for the 2015 Alene Moris National Education for Women’s Leaders … Continue reading

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Environmental Health Course Open to Non Majors

WIN 2015 – ENVH 462 / 562 Technical Aspects of Occupational Safety ENVH 462 / 562 Winter Quarter, 3 credits, Tuesdays 10:30 – 12:50 Instructor: Rick Gleason, MSPH, CIH, CSP Reviews federal OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) and state … Continue reading

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Pipeline Seminar: Environmental Education Opportunity

Inner Pipeline Seminar Winter 2015 Hands-on Environmental Education EDUC 401Z | Empowered Eco-Ed Interested in teaching? Passionate about the environment? The Empowered Eco-Ed seminar seeks to help students integrate these two topics and develop their skills in the field of environmental … Continue reading

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Re-Engineering Global Health – Monday, November 24th at 5:30pm

Are you interested in learning more about the connections between engineering and global health? Join the Global Health Undergraduate Leadership Committee and your fellow undergrads interested in global health as we explore issues involving the interplay between engineering and global … Continue reading

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Free LSAT Seminar (+pizza!) for UW Students: Wednesday, Nov 19th

Students considering law school are encouraged to join the Washington Undergraduate Law Review on Wednesday, November 19th for LSAT 101: Basics! This free LSAT seminar will be held at 6:30PM in Miller 301. Learn all about the LSAT from an … Continue reading

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WIN 2015: Introduction to Bilingualism – VLPA/I&S

For students looking for VLPA or I&S courses, Introduction to Bilingualism (SLAV 210/SLN 19361) is something they may want to consider:

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Research Internships and Study Abroad Scholarships

Please consider the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) scholarship program for study, research and internships in Germany.  The DAAD offers a wide variety of funding opportunities for students including summer research internships for students in the sciences.  Please share the … Continue reading

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SPAN 122

This is for students who are looking for an alternative to SPAN 102. During Winter Quarter, 2015, students who have completed SPAN 101 at the University of Washington or its equivalent elsewhere or students who have tested into SPAN 102 are … Continue reading

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GRE Prep and Basic Math Refresher Courses

The University of Washington Women’s Center is offering GRE PREP and BASIC MATH REFRESHER courses this winter. We aim to provide an affordable, effective class to ensure optimal performance for all students preparing for these tests. During these courses, students … Continue reading

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