Monthly Archives: October 2018

WI19 Course Preview: Brogrammers and Geek Girls (SOC201C)

Looking for sociology credits and interested in gender issues within the tech industry, including exclusion, sexism, and harassment? Check out this new Winter 2019 course!  Freshmen and Sophomores only Period 1, Juniors and Seniors Period 2.

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WI19 Course Preview: Power (SOC201B)

Looking for sociology credits and interested in how the dynamics of power shape society? Check out this new Winter 2019 course!  Freshmen and Sophomores only Period 1, Juniors and Seniors Period 2.

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Democracy Through Dialogue

In the current political and cultural climate, it can feel impossible to have a conversation with someone holding opposing views. Nevertheless, the idea of dialogue between conflicting points of view is a necessary component of a functioning democracy. Luckily, the … Continue reading

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New Resource: Emergency Financial Aid

Every year unexpected expenses or other financial challenges may be significant enough to result in students taking a temporary or permanent break from college. Even a small bill, unexpected repair, family & medical emergencies, or other unplanned expenses can feel … Continue reading

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Winter 2019 Course – Are Do-Gooders doing Good?

Each quarter, the Carlson Leadership and Public Service Center offers a variety of courses for students who are involved in or curious about community-based engagement. This Winter, they will be offering “Are Do Gooders Doing Good? Critical Perspectives on Civic … Continue reading

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Welcome to a SPOOK-tacular Week 5!

The fortune of Husky Football isn’t the only thing that’s terrifying – it’s also HALLOWEEN WEEK! Don your costumes and grab some candy – or curl up with a loved one and watch a scary movie (or be like me … Continue reading

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Week 5 in the Career Center

This week, the UW Career and Internship Center is continuing its series of workshops and career fairs to help guide and motivate your career plans. Here’s some of what’s on the calendar this week: TODAY¬†Exploring Strengths. This workshop will address … Continue reading

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