Do you want to work on developing solutions that can make a difference, with the real world as your classroom? In Winter Quarter 2018, UW Study Abroad will be offering “Grand Challenge Impact Lab (GCIL): India” as a 15-credit course. Study global GRAND CHALLENGES Collaborate on INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAMS Work hands-on to learn IMPACT INNOVATION Design impact VENTURE SOLUTIONS Pitch … Continue reading Undergrads: Study Abroad – Grand Challenges Impact Lab – India
Canoe Culture, Traditional Foods, and the Montlake Cut: Engaging with UW's Campus Ecology AIS 275 B Cynthia Updegrave I&S - NW available by emailing email@example.com 5 credits TuTh 3:30 - 5:20 These waterways have been home to Coast Salish people since time immemorial. Settlers engineered the watershed-altering Montlake Cut and celebrated the opening of the … Continue reading Undergrads: Spring Course -Canoe Culture, Traditional Foods, and the Montlake Cut: Engaging with UW’s Campus Ecology
Student Tax class for US Residents: You've received your 1098T tax form! Student Fiscal Services is presenting this workshop to help US Resident students understand the information on the 1098T tax form and how it relates to education tax credits and tax issues regarding scholarships and grants. This class is appropriate for undergraduate, graduate and … Continue reading Grads & Undergrads: Student Tax Class Today (2/27)
Unite UW, Portal to the World Find your community, broaden your horizon! Unite UW is now accepting applications for spring quarter. Student Life's Unite UW is an on campus cultural and personal exchange program that connects domestic students with exchange/international students. This is one quarter commitment. Student groups meet once or twice a week for … Continue reading Undergrads: Unite UW Spring Applications are open!
ESS 590B: Geospatial Analysis for the Earth Sciences – A Survey of (Python) Programming Applications and Numerical Methods Spring 2017 MWF 12:30-1:20, 4 credits Course Summary: This course provides a survey of advanced approaches to geospatial analysis for the earth sciences. Though the course material partly encompasses elements of GIS and GIScience, we will delve … Continue reading Grads: Spring quarter course – ESS 590B A Survey of (Python) Programming Applications and Numerical Methods
Hello changemakers, activists, and community catalysts! We want you to attend the 2017 Citizen University taking place in Seattle on March 24th and 25th! Citizen University is an annual national conference; it is a creative and vibrant gathering on the art of powerful citizenship. Hundreds of change makers, activists and catalysts from across the United … Continue reading Undergrads: Attend the 2017 Citizen University Conference: Reckoning and Repair in America application due 2/27
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
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
LARCH 454 Urban Environmental Histories: How do place + people shape a city? SPRING 2017 5 credits Dr. Thaisa Way/ firstname.lastname@example.org 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?
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