Monthly Archives: March 2019

Deep Breaths, Everyone – We Made it to Week 10!

Welcome to the final week of Winter Quarter 2019, which has felt like it’s lasted approximately 47 weeks and, somehow, like 6 days at the same time (or is it just me?). We know you’ve all got a lot going … Continue reading

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Participants Needed for Research Study – Putting the “Poly” Back in Polyamory

A few weeks ago, we advertised the research study of one of our Honors Students, Anna Lewi studying cocaine use among college students. Well, in the vein of spreading the love around, we’ve got another research opportunity for you, this … Continue reading

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Statistics (SOC221) – More Seats Added to Spring Quarter

Have you been trying, in vain, to register for stats (SOC221) next quarter? We in Advising and Admin have been working hard to meet your needs, and we are happy to announce that we have added seats to SOC221 next … Continue reading

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Youth Programs Summer Job Fair – 07 March

This week, the Office for Youth Programs Development & Support is hosting the 3rd Annual Youth Programs Summer Job Fair! The fair is designed for students interested in working with children and youth. There will be employers from both UW … Continue reading

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Husky Seed Fund – Deadline 12 March

Inclusive. Impactful. Inventive. Calling all UW students from all campuses! Do you have an innovative idea that would enhance the UW student experience? The Husky Seed Fund has the resources to make your idea a reality! Created by students for students, The Husky … Continue reading

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Spring Quarter 2019 Course Previews

If you’re still struggling to finish your Spring Quarter schedule, here are a couple courses you might want to consider. AES442 – Undocumented Immigrant Communities Mon-Wed, 1:30pm-3:20pm. The politics of migration, citizenship and race are the focal point for this … Continue reading

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