Undergrads: Early Fall Study Abroad course Coastal Ecosystems of Micronesia in a Changing Climate

Deadline has been extended to March 1, 2018. Early Fall 2018 (Exploration Seminar) Study Abroad class "Coastal Ecosystems of Micronesia in a Changing Climate.” Link to the class on the UW Study Abroad website is HERE (or copy and paste this link https://studyabroad.washington.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=11747).

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Undergrads: Spring 2018 – Women in Leadership (MGMT 490A) open to all majors

MGMT 490A (SLN 17038) – Spring 2018 – M W 3:30-5:20 Women in Leadership What do the fabulous females above have in common?  They are remarkable leaders and role models in business and the world .  All have had to find their own most authentic and powerful leadership style - addressing questions of life purpose, … Continue reading Undergrads: Spring 2018 – Women in Leadership (MGMT 490A) open to all majors

Undergrads: Spring Quarter Public Policy Undergraduate Courses

We are excited to let you know that the Evans School of Public Policy & Governance has two undergraduate courses coming up in Spring quarter: PUBPOL 201: Introduction to Public Policy and Governance and PUBPOL 313: Evidence-based Implementation.  Both courses are open to all undergraduate students. A bit more about each: PUBPOL 201—This introduction to … Continue reading Undergrads: Spring Quarter Public Policy Undergraduate Courses

Undergrads: CSE 120 CS Principles for non-majors

Why take a CSE course?  Everyone should learn CSskills ("computational thinking"), regardless of major or career This course fulfills NW and QSR credits! This classes is much smaller than other intro CSE courses, and has strong course evaluations from past quarters This course is designed for people with *zero* prior CSexperience. If you're even a little curious about programming, data analysis, logic, or … Continue reading Undergrads: CSE 120 CS Principles for non-majors

Undergrads: Arctic Issues courses Winter quarter 391/401

Interested in learning about changes in the Arctic? Canadian Studies is offering two interdisciplinary courses this coming Winter Quarter that will expand your knowledge of the Arctic including: climate change from various perspectives and changes in the Arctic environment (taught by visiting Fulbright). See below for course information as well as flyers. Arctic/JSISB 391 or … Continue reading Undergrads: Arctic Issues courses Winter quarter 391/401

Undergrads: Leadership courses Gen St 391 I and Gen ST 301

Learning Leadership in Theory and Practice Course Have you been thinking about how you can engage at UW and develop your own leadership potential? We are looking for students—those who would call themselves leaders and those who don’t yet—to enroll in this course that aims to increase their leadership identity and leadership confidence.  This is … Continue reading Undergrads: Leadership courses Gen St 391 I and Gen ST 301

Undergrads: Announcing GEN ST 391D: Research Exposed! Population Health 1cr

Enroll in Winter Quarter GEN ST 391D: Research Exposed! Population Health (1cr) Research Exposed is an opportunity to learn about current, exciting research in a wide variety of disciplines. Through presentations by UW faculty students will learn about the research process, how faculty come up with an idea for research, how inquiry is structured in … Continue reading Undergrads: Announcing GEN ST 391D: Research Exposed! Population Health 1cr

Undergrads: Resilience Skills Class for Undergraduates

In EDUC 200, students learn skills to enhance their wellbeing in college and in their life in general. Particular focus is paid to skills that help students withstand common difficulties in life, like a disagreement with a loved one, tolerating doing work you don't want to do, and managing negative emotions in a healthy way. … Continue reading Undergrads: Resilience Skills Class for Undergraduates

Undergrads: Middle East Course & Spring Break Study Tour to Oman & Qatar

The Foster School of Business and the Jackson School of International Studies have partnered to offer a Winter Quarter Course on “Business and Economic Trends in the Middle East” (JSIS 487/587 for 3 credits) that is linked to a 1-credit study tour during spring break to Qatar and Oman. Students can take just the course, … Continue reading Undergrads: Middle East Course & Spring Break Study Tour to Oman & Qatar