Monthly Archives: January 2021

Winter Virtual Internship Fair

The UW Seattle 2021 Virtual Winter Job & Internship Fair is on February 2nd. It will be hosted in Handshake and is open to all majors! You’ll get to network with dozens of employers via video/chat, 1 on 1 and … Continue reading

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Help Student Research on Intimacy in College

A fellow student is conducting a project that looks at intimacy in college and crowdsourcing individual responses from undergraduate students (4-year university + community college included) through the website thewarmthcollection.org. These anonymous responses will undergo a thematic analysis to draw … Continue reading

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Podcast Series from a UW Sociology Grad Student: Re-imagining A Black Sense of Place Under Siege: COVID-19 & The Police State

Aliyah Abu-Hazeem is a PhD Student in the Department of Sociology at the University of Washington. Here are four of her podcast episodes – check them out! On Black Rage, Black History, and Black Power On Storytelling as a Tool for … Continue reading

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First Choice Internship Program

First Choice In-Home Care is seeking Bachelor level interns to learn from and work alongside Social Services Case Managers who themselves manage a diverse client caseload consisting of vulnerable and/or at-risk minors, adults and seniors with a primary focus on … Continue reading

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Interdisciplinary Journal of Narrative Medicine at UW: Writing and art in times of COVID-19

A message from the students at Capillaries… Capillaries is a student-run journal at UW focused on medical humanities. The journal is a place for students of all majors and backgrounds to write and create works of art about their experiences with … Continue reading

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Winter Mental Health Toolkit, Covid-19 Edition

This winter, the typical mental health concerns have an additional layer of complexity as we navigate through the continued pandemic. In developing the winter toolkit, we collected relevant information for those topics in the context of COVID-19.  There are many … Continue reading

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Stuck at home? Here are some options…

Virtual intramurals (board game tournaments, trivia, the Winter Activity Challenge, and many more) are a great way to do something you love or try something new, and meet other Huskies along the way. The Recreation Class Pass is back for winter quarter … Continue reading

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Job Opening: Project Manager-Research Assistant

The Hastings Center has a full-time job opportunity and liberal arts majors are strongly encouraged to apply, especially if their academic and/or research experiences at UW might be relevant to this work. Below is a job description as well as … Continue reading

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After the Degree: Career Options for Sociology Majors

Students majoring in sociology have skills that make them ideal candidates for various jobs and career paths. But knowing where to look for jobs and how to prepare yourself for different career paths is not always straightforward. Thursday, January 28, … Continue reading

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Welcome to the New Year!

Happy new year and welcome back! We’re excited to get in the swing of things again and are here for anything you may need: registering for classes, applying to be a new Sociology major, or answering questions rolling around in the … Continue reading

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