Daily Archives: November 12, 2014

Interesting WIN 2015 Courses from Public Health

These particular HSERV and SPH courses are meant for those who are NOT in or intending to be in the public health major.  The PHG one is relatively new and super cool. There is always good reason to keep scrolling … Continue reading

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Asian Languages & Literature’s TA Application Workshop: DEC 5 @ 3:30pm Thomson 125

Workshop Information: Date: 12.05.14 Time: 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm Location: Thomson Hall 125 Are you considering graduate school at the University of Washington beginning Fall 2015? Or, are you already a graduate student at UW? If so, we recommend you … Continue reading

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ENVIR 100 – Space Available

ENVIR 100 – Interdisciplinary Foundations Instructor:  Yen Chu Weng, Program on the Environment Jorge Tomasevic, Program on the Environment Days and Time: 9:30-10:20am, MWF Credits:  5 (SLN 14174) Explore topics such as: **Contemporary environmental challenges and responses, including climate change, ocean acidification, … Continue reading

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Open Class – ENVIR 495F

ENVIR 495 F – Environmental Communication, Messaging and Outreach Instructor: P. Sean McDonald, Program on the Environment Time and Days:  3:30-4:20pm Credits – 2 – SLN: 21099 This course will explore the variety of media and methods for conveying environmental information in the digital age.

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Exciting Course! GEN ST 391G – Career Strategy and Job Search

Title: Career Strategy and Job Search Winter 2015 SLN: 14728 Tuesday/Thursday, 2:30-3:20, LOW 105 Instructor: Patrick Chidsey (Career Counselor, Lead) Credits: 2 Size of class: up to 50 students This course assists juniors/transfer students/seniors (3rd & 4th year students) with … Continue reading

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From Rodney King to Michael Brown: Media’s Impact on the Portrayal of Black Males

Come join us for a community forum analyzing media content and how events in Ferguson have recently been portrayed. A panel comprised of distinguished professors in the Greater Seattle area as well as special guests Civil Rights Leader Reverend Dr. … Continue reading

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An Introduction to Kingian Nonviolence: A Two-Day Workshop

An Introduction to Kingian Nonviolence: A Two-Day Workshop Sponsored by the Department of Communication, University of Washington Graciously hosted by University Congregational United Church of Christ Part I: Friday, November 14, 5:30-9:30 PM Part II: Saturday, November 15, 8:00 AM-4:00 … Continue reading

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WCPC Seminar 11/17 – Jennifer Sherman, “Surviving the Great Recession: Growing Need and the Stigmatized Safety Net”

West Coast Poverty Center (WCPC) Seminar “Surviving the Great Recession:???Growing Need and the Stigmatized Safety Net??? Jennifer Sherman Associate Professor, Department of Sociology Washington State University JenniferShermanWSU Monday, November 17 Parrington Hall, Room 308 12:30-1:30 p.m. Q & A until 2:00 … Continue reading

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Spring in London: Deadline extended

Good news! The Spring in London application deadline has been extended to Friday, November 21! There’s still time to apply for this fantastic study abroad program. More information can be found here: http://depts.washington.edu/engl/abroad/londonspring15.php If you have already applied, we will … Continue reading

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Opportunity for Students to Share their Truths- Please distribute!

Open calls for The 2015 ______ Monologues (previously known as The Vagina Monologues) are now open! Sign up for an open call here: http://tinyurl.com/opencalls2015 Open Calls are set for *  Wednesday, Nov. 19th @ 3:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. *  Thursday, Nov. … Continue reading

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