Monthly Archives: November 2020

Interested in Criminology? Consider the University of Maryland Program!

If you’ve found SOC 371 (Criminology), SOC 271 (Social Control and Deviance), or any of the related classes interesting, you might want to look into grad programs in Criminology. The University of Maryland offers both MA and PhD programs in … Continue reading

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Well-Being for Life & Learning Guidebook

Today, the UW Resilience Lab is launching the Well-Being for Life & Learning Guidebook! Take a look – it’s brimming with great information and resources. Produced through the Resilience Lab’s Well-Being for Life and Learning (WBLL) initiative, which aims to support … Continue reading

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Paid Experiment about Email Distraction

Prashanth Rajivan is an assistant professor in the UW Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and is conducting an online study. He is recruiting student participants and it might be a fun thing to do if you are interested in the … Continue reading

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Improve Your Life and Get Credit for it

Are you struggling with virtual learning and all the challenges around the multiple pandemics? Are you interested in growing their professional skills? Maybe you’ve struggled academically, professionally, or personally even before the upheavals of 2020? Or are you just interested in … Continue reading

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Thinking about a Public Health Degree?

Are you considering a public health graduate degree? The UW Department of Health Services trains students for influential careers in public health practice and research, health administration, health promotion, and health policy. Would you like to learn more about the types of … Continue reading

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Help out your Fellow Soc Majors & Win $25!

SOC 403 students have designed a study to better-understand the COVID-19 undergraduate experience for students at Seattle-area universities. We created a survey to learn about your beliefs about the pandemic, changes in housing, online learning, social relationships, employment, and mental health.  … Continue reading

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Volunteer Opportunity: Alternative Spring Break!

Literacy Arts Alternative Spring Break brings together teams of undergraduates to work remotely with K-12 students across rural and tribal Washington on creative story-telling projects about their communities and their lives during a winter quarter seminar and spring break. Undergrads will … Continue reading

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Sociology RA Opportunity: Meaning Making & Covid

RA Opportunity for Winter 2021 – Meaning-Making during the COVID-19 Pandemic Sociology graduate student Danny Nolan is looking for a few undergraduate students to help with his study of the social psychology of the COVID-19 Pandemic. This is an unpaid … Continue reading

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New Data Science Minor at UW!

Interested in gaining literacy and fluency in data science methods? Want to understand their implications for society and the world? Sounds like you would love the new Data Science Minor at UW. This minor helps students leverage familiarity with data … Continue reading

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Externship Opportunities: Amazon and Microsoft

Is it time to elevate your professional skills? Looking for a way to get insider knowledge around the roles and practices of a dynamic workplace? If so, you are invited to apply to the C21@Amazon and C21@Microsoft Externship Program.  Through this … Continue reading

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