Category Archives: Training

Two options for an English Minor– One in literature and one in writing

Interested in both literature and writing as well as Sociology? Check out the English minor that allows minors to choose pretty freely between English coursework, more details at this link: englishminor Another English minor focuses on writing and rhetoric and would … Continue reading

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Pro-Tips: How to Email Your Professor

It’s nearly the end of Week 3, which means that you’ve might have had to miss your first class because of that pesky cold that seems to go around campus every fall as the weather changes. Or perhaps things have … Continue reading

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Research Opportunity!

Have you ever been in the library working on a research paper and wondered what it would be like to collect data in the real world? Looking for a Summer B Term (and potentially Autumn 2017) research opportunity? Sociology graduate … Continue reading

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GRE and LSAT courses!

Are you interested in going to graduate school, but can’t afford to pay $1200+ for LSAT or GRE prep classes?   There will be another set of low-cost, high quality, LSAT and GRE prep courses offered at UW (open to non-students as … Continue reading

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[SOC in the News]: How to Talk to your Professor

The following is an excerpt from an article posted by the New York Times, written by Molly Worthen on 5/13/17… You Can’t Talk to Ur Professor Like This Formal manners and titles aren’t elitist. They ensure respect for everyone. “…At … Continue reading

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**TOMORROW!**Undergraduate Research Symposium!

Are you interested in research? How about seeing what your peers have been up to in their classes this year? Then you should come to… The UW Undergraduate Research Symposium! THIS FRIDAY, May 19th!  THIS Friday is the UW Undergraduate Research … Continue reading

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Summer Job Opportunity: Camp Read-a-Rama

Are you looking for a fun summer employment opportunity? Apply to be a camp staff member at Camp Read-a-Rama! The camp runs for two weeks in July, the 5th through the 21st, in Seattle. Camp Read-a-Rama, for children ages 4-11, uses … Continue reading

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