Daily Archives: April 6, 2017

[SOC in the News] Unfair Bail Systems

The following is an excerpt from an article published on Bloomberg BNA by Jessica DaSilva… Bail System Unfair, Former White House Counsel Says “Municipalities and states need to move away from using a pretrial bail money system and court fines … Continue reading

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Upcoming lectures on ‘Trump in the World’

The following is an excerpt from an article posted on UW Today by Peter Kelley Jackson School to offer Lectures for Students on ‘Trump in the World’ “The presidency of Donald Trump has vast implications for international affairs and even … Continue reading

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[SOC in the News]: Challenges in finding bone marrow donors for women of color

The following is an excerpt from an article posted on KUOW by UW Sociology Professor Alexes Harris… I’m a Woman of Color with Cancer. Here’s Why I Can’t Find a Bone Marrow Donor “When Professor Alexes Harris learned she had a … Continue reading

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**TODAY**UW Grad Fair!

Graduating Spring or Summer 2017? Come to Grad Fair! Pose for your official grad portrait (April 5th and 6th)! View announcements*, diploma frames* and rings in person. Ask the registrar about any final steps you need to complete. Learn about … Continue reading

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Upcoming Seminar featuring Columbia University Sociology Professor Andreas Wimmer

“Nation building. Why some Countries Came Together while Others Fell Apart” Dr. Andreas Wimmer, Columbia University Department of Sociology Wednesday, April 12th at 3:30 Savery Hall Room 409 We have a guest next week for a Wednesday talk in Savery … Continue reading

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College Access Now is Hiring!

College Access Now is seeking passionate and committed candidates to join our 2016-17 AmeriCorps team! At College Access Now, a team of 30 AmeriCorps College Coaches (fifteen 11th Grade Coaches and fifteen 12th Grade Coaches) provide crucial support to students … Continue reading

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[Data Science] Spring Short Course Offerings from CSSCR!

Want to learn how to use R? Perfect your skills? How about brushing up on Excel? Then these courses are for you!  Spring is in the air, and that means the start of a new quarter. Once again, CSSCR will … Continue reading

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Intro to GIS Workshop Now Available!

Interested in learning GIS (Geographic Information Systems)? Check out this great workshop coming up!  This workshop will begin by presenting an overview of the basic concepts of Spatial Analysis and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Armed with an understanding of what … Continue reading

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Sociology Pins for Purchase in the Student Services Office!

Are you proud of your Sociology Major? Well of course, you should be! What better way to share your pride than by purchasing a Sociology-themed pin for only $1.00! These are way cooler than a Krispy Kreme from the Quad … Continue reading

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