Monthly Archives: February 2021

Virtual International Internship Program for Summer 2021

UW Study Abroad is excited to announce a new Virtual International Internship Program for Summer 2021. Travel may still be on hold, but students can still engage internationally while building skills, experiences and global networks this summer.  Program Overview Through one … Continue reading

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Live in the 98118 or 98108 zip codes? If so, your opinion matters!

Othello-UW Commons is a learning and collaboration space for students, staff, faculty and community members. The goal of the Commons is to build connections between Southeast Seattle and the UW, create opportunities for students to get more involved, and have … Continue reading

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Input about UW’s Black Graduation

Are you planning on attending the UW Black Graduation this year? If so, the planning committee is looking for your feedback. This year the Black Grad Planning Committee seeks input on what date would be best for the ceremony and … Continue reading

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New Sociology Class! The Quantified Self: An Introduction to the Societal Implications of Self Tracking (SOC 301)

Sociology professor, Dr. Zach Almquist, is teaching an exciting new course this spring. His class will focus on how apps and other online services are allowing individuals and organizations to track details of their own lives. Real world examples include … Continue reading

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Be a K-12 Educator during SPR 21 through EDUC 401!

The UW Riverways Education Partnerships recruits, trains and places UW students as volunteer tutors in Seattle schools and community organizations. We are recruiting tutors for Spring quarter to support schools and community organizations and would love to have you!  You’ll … Continue reading

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Learn more about the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies

Check out this great video that describes the goals and research of the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies. If you want to learn more, check out the following resources: Website https://www.labor.uw.edu​ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/uwbridgesce…​ Twitter https://twitter.com/uwbridgescenter​ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/uwbridgescenter

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Seeking Student Participants for an Online Decision-making Experiment

About the study: The purpose of this research is to understand the effect of different types of distractions on peoples’ email habits. In this experiment, you will make a series of decisions regarding emails received on behalf of a fictional individual. You … Continue reading

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Writing Got You Down? Check out the Sociology Writing Center!

As we hit the midpoint of the quarter, you may be starting to think about your final papers. The Sociology Writing Center is fully online this quarter and is ready to help you with your assignments. Anyone who is currently enrolled in a … Continue reading

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Need Space? Reserve a HUB Conference Room!

HUB room 238 is available for students to reserve for interviews, mental health services and non-UW testing appointments. You may request one reservation of up to two hours per week. If the space is needed more than once a week … Continue reading

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Digital Humanities Day

What can you do with a humanities or social sciences degree? What does it mean to study the liberal arts in the current moment? Digital Humanities Day will explore these questions through panel discussions with UW students and alumni working in a range … Continue reading

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