Happy Monday everyone! I hope you’ve all managed to find your way to campus in the dense fog that has descended on the area. Keep your eyes peeled – between Halloween next week and the fog’s ambient creepiness, I’m going to be on high alert that I don’t accidentally stumble into a horror movie.
Here are a few things to keep in mind as you do your best to survive (Halloween humor) another week:
This Week in the Career Center. Don’t miss our weekly events in the Career Center post! This week includes the Data Science Career Fair, workshops on searching for internships and jobs, as well as events designed for Husky Veterans (graduate school) and for International Students (internships)
UW Sociology in the News – and at the Washington Supreme Court. As some of you may know, last week, the Washington Supreme Court held capital punishment violates the state constitution “because it is imposed in an arbitrary and racially biased manner.” The work of UW Sociologists Prof. Katherine Beckett and Dr. Heather Evans was critical to the Court’s decision and was subject to withering critique by state attorneys. Check back later this week for our post on this remarkable contribution by some of our star Sociologists!
ASUW Internship in Office of Government Relations. The Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW) Office of Government Relations (OGR) is looking to hire 3 interns for the 2018-2019 school year. Applications are due this Friday, October 26th 2018.
- This intern opportunity will allow you to play an active role in nonpartisan political representation and civic engagement of the UW community. Whether you have an extensive background in policy, lobbying, and politics or you want to see what it’s all about, we welcome you to apply. If you’re interested in finding out more, explore the Internship Descriptions or email Kimberly Pearson. Apply here.
Be The Match. Don’t miss this important film screening and discussion about the role race plays in medicine. The event, 05 November at 5:30pm, will feature our own Alexes Harris, who will be there sharing her experience and talking about the essential need for multiethnic donors and donors of color worldwide. See our blog post for more.