Undergrads: Spring 2017 course with VLPA, DIV – LING 233 Introduction to Language and Society

LING 233 Introduction to Language and Society (5) VLPA, DIV Introduces the study of sociolects, the varieties of language that arise from differences in cultural and societal groups, often reflective of power inequalities. Raises awareness of the role that society and the individual play in shaping sociolects via the systematic observation and critical discussion of … Continue reading Undergrads: Spring 2017 course with VLPA, DIV – LING 233 Introduction to Language and Society

Undergrads: Career Event Career Panel – Next Wednesday at 2 p.m. includes Atmos grad

Please join us for the Engineering and Tech Careers for Environmental Majors Career Panel! Join us next Wednesday afternoon, February 22, at 2 p.m. (right after the Environmental Career Fair) in the UW Career Center (Mary Gates Hall, room 134) to hear from College of the Environment alumni who have pursued careers in engineering or … Continue reading Undergrads: Career Event Career Panel – Next Wednesday at 2 p.m. includes Atmos grad

Undergrads: L ARCH 454 Urban Environmental Histories – How do place + people shape city?

LARCH 454 Urban Environmental Histories: How do place + people shape a city? SPRING 2017 5 credits Dr. Thaisa Way/ tway@uw.edu College of Built Environments Landscape Architecture TUESDAY/THURSDAY 9-10:20 AM GOULD HALL 100 Over half the world lives in cities. Climate Change is a critical challenge of the 21st century. Urban landscapes offer dynamic cultural, … Continue reading Undergrads: L ARCH 454 Urban Environmental Histories – How do place + people shape city?

Undergrads: English Courses for Students Interested in Science and Technology

Literature and Technology Did you know that Ada Lovelace, regarded as the first computer programmer, was the daughter of the nineteenth-century poet Lord Byron?  Technology and literature have long gone hand-in-hand: products of our creativity, our inspiration, and our cultural desire to organize and improve our lives.  Studying technology and literature together provides a rounded … Continue reading Undergrads: English Courses for Students Interested in Science and Technology

Undergrads: Student Hourly Assistant Opening in Aquatic & Fishery Science

Temporary Hourly Student Assistant – fiscal support Department: Aquatic and Fishery Sciences General Duties/Description: Provide a variety of administrative support in fiscally-related duties such as: Maintain records, perform electronic mail tasks Create budget and grant file folders Copy, fax and sort various documents File reports, receipts, and other documents Enter data and maintain various accounting … Continue reading Undergrads: Student Hourly Assistant Opening in Aquatic & Fishery Science

Undergrads: GWSS/ANTH/JSIS A 328, Gender and Sexuality in China

GWSS/ANTH/JSIS A 328, Gender and Sexuality in China, Professor Sasha Welland, MW 2:30-4:20, SLN 21514 This course provides a rich exploration of gender and sexuality as key aspects of China’s process of modernization, from the late Qing dynasty through the building of the Republic, Communist revolution, and post-Mao economic reform. It examines, through historical, anthropological, … Continue reading Undergrads: GWSS/ANTH/JSIS A 328, Gender and Sexuality in China

Undergrads: JSIS 478H LGBTI Rights in International Affairs

JSIS 478H LGBTI Rights in International Affairs Instructor: Dr. Elise Carlson-Rainer Email: eacr@uw.edu TIME: Tues, Thurs 12:30- 2:20, Spring 2017 ROOM: ROOM: MEB 250 During this course, students will examine the intense global debate over LGBTI equality norms and how it impacts international affairs. Discussions will address how human rights concepts have evolved, strategies of social … Continue reading Undergrads: JSIS 478H LGBTI Rights in International Affairs

Undergrads: Course – EDUC 401

Attention, Juniors & Seniors! Gain experience and make a difference Be a Tutor-Mentor: EDUC 401 G & H UW's Academic Support Programs is offering a service-learning seminar titled “EDUC 401: Higher Education Tutoring and Mentorship” in Spring Quarter 2017. This weekly seminar introduces juniors and seniors to tutoring, mentoring, and teaching methodologies. Students apply what they learn in class through … Continue reading Undergrads: Course – EDUC 401