Makin’ It Happen

Job Opportunity – GIS Analyst for Herrera Environmental Consultants

For CEP students – see flier below!

LARCH 352 Landscapes + People – Designing Landscapes from Ancient Cities to Public Parks

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Scholarship Opportunity – Green Roof + Wall Conference

Green Roofs for Healthy Cities (GRHC) is offering a limited number of student scholarships to our Annual CitiesAlive Conference this September happening in Seattle, WA. I was wondering if you would be able to share my email and/or the application link with your student contact list? I have included more information below on GRHC and…

Study Abroad Scholarships

MAKE YOUR HUSKY EXPERIENCE GLOBAL See flier below!

Built Environment Mayoral Candidates Forum

Get to know your candidates! Seattle will have a new mayor next year, and the built environment of our city is under stress like never before. How do the candidates propose to accommodate the 3,125 new Seattleites who arrive each month while addressing the homelessness crisis? How do they hope to grow our city while…

Virtual Internship – EPA Ecolearn

EPA Region 10 Virtual Internship EcoLearn: Teach exciting prepared environmental education lesson plans at local elementary schools in the Seattle metro area. Project code EPA-USA-1 The Virtual Student Foreign Service (VSFS) is the largest virtual internship program in the world! This year there are more than 1,000 vacancies with more than 30 federal agencies. VSFS…

Undergraduate Research Scholarships

WRF Fellowships & Levinson Awards Research Funding Application & Info Sessions The application is now open for WRF Fellowships and Levinson Awards! Apply by August 28 NOTE: These two opportunities share a common application and you are welcome to apply to one or both for 2017-18 funding. Join us for an info session for on…

DXARTS 490A Data-Driven Art – Autumn 2017

Students will be introduced to making art using databases, audio-video corpses, remote cloud-based data and metadata. Students will consider the implications and possibilities of artists using such systems, looking at dynamic, algorithmic based approaches to composing with highly distributed collections of data. The course includes weekly discussions, lectures, and labs.

Job Opportunity – U.S. Census Bureau

See flier below for temporary Government jobs in Pierce County!

International Student Design Competition

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Job Opportunities – Trees for Neighborhoods

See fliers below! Email Jessica Farmer at: jsfarmer@uw.edu with any questions.

Volunteer Coordinator Position – El Centro de la Raza

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Autumn 2017 – English 300-level courses

1. ENGL 381 B -Writing, Rhetoric, and Genre in Legal Institutions Whenever we take out a student loan, buy something online, or catch an MIP, we interact with the law and its agents. We mediate and are mediated by such interactions through a variety of written and spoken genres — police reports, contracts, depositions, and…

ESRM 325 Environmental Application of Plants – Bioenergy and Bioremediation

This course focuses on the latest technologies involving environmental applications of plants, primarily for remediation of pollutants, restoration, and bioenergy. Topics Covered: – Phytoremediation of organic and inorganic pollutants, enhancing phytoremediation through metabolic engineering or microorganisms. – Bioenergy, and biological methods for improving the efficiency and sustainability of biofuel production. For further information, see the…

Job Opportunity – Community Outreach Coordinator at the Seattle Aquarium

The Community Engagement team at the Seattle Aquarium is seeking an awesome new team member to join us in our efforts to build authentic, mutually beneficial relationships with diverse communities by connecting them with our watershed-based field programs. Please check out and share the Community Outreach Coordinator job posting with your networks, it can be…

City of Lake Forest Park – Planning + Communications Intern

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Job Opportunity – Urban Planner for Fregonese Associates

Job Opportunity – Business Development Manager at Commute Seattle

Business Development Manager Commute Seattle is a Transportation Management Association that was founded in 2004. Our mission is to help Downtown users live more and drive less by improving access and mobility in Seattle. An alliance of the Downtown Seattle Association, King County Metro, Sound Transit, and the City of Seattle, Commute Seattle helps commuters…

Beacon Arts PR Internship Opportunity

Description: Beacon Arts, a non-profit organization promoting arts access and opportunity on Beacon Hill, is looking for an intern interested in hands-on experience in the public relations field. The intern who fills this position will gain experience necessary at any non-profit organization. This position will start with primarily information distribution, but the right candidate could…

Job Opportunity – Assistant Planner for the City of Mukilteo

Assistant Planner for the City of Mukilteo The Assistant Planner interacts with the public and other City departments regarding land use, zoning, environmental, licensing, code and permitting issues and activities, ensuring consistency in compliance with requirements. APPLY HERE

Environmental Innovation Practicum + Challenge – Autumn 2017

Scholarship Program

Eligibility Requirements: – Be at least 18 years of age and studying in the United States – Have a minimum GPA of 2.8 – Be currently enrolled in school majoring in a healthcare or education-related field – Applicants should send their name, email address, phone number, and the name of the institution you attending or…

GIS Analyst – City of Kirkland

GIS Analyst – City of Kirkland (Job # 17-0081) GIS Analyst facilitates all activities related to the design, maintenance, and operation of city geographic information systems. This includes responsibility for documentation, maintenance, and reliability of geographic information systems and related data; and implementation of standards and procedures to create and maintain the Citywide GIS. The…

Gender Women Sexuality Studies – Autumn Courses

GWSS 252: Black Gender: Manhood and Womanhood in the African American Community (5) I&S/VLPA, Bettina Judd This course engages the complexities of racial and gender identities within Black communities. We question the concepts of manhood and womanhood and their intersection with racial constructs as categories of personhood through the critical lens of Africana/African American Studies…

Umpqua Food + Farm Corps – United Communities AmeriCorps

I am currently accepting applications to fill six positions as Umpqua Food & Farm Corps members with the Douglas County Food Bank in Roseburg, OR from June 20th – August 30th. I’ve included the online AmeriCorps listing below and attached a position description to this email, which outlines member benefits in great detail. It would…

AmeriCorps Position – Lake City Seniors + Lake City/Northgate Senior Center Project

We are very excited to have the opportunity to bring an AmeriCorps service member onto our team this fall to help expand the Lake City Seniors program as well as start developing programming in Northgate. Now we just have to find the right candidate! This position is all about community building and empowerment of older…

LARCH 300 Intro to Landscape Architecture Studio – Summer 2017

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JSIS 535 Technology, Society, and the Future – Summer 2017

JSIS 535 Technology, Society, and the Future (2 credits) This course explores the intersection of policy, technology and society. Technology is rapidly changing the way that humans interact with one another, markets are formed, and information is stored, shared and utilized. While technology has held and does hold great promise for being a force for…

ESRM 201 Sustaining PNW Ecosystems – Summer 2017 B-term

Please consider the summer ecology course – Sustaining Pacific Northwest Ecosystems, ESRM 201, offered Summer B-term. This course is an introduction to the principles of ecology using our own Pacific Northwest ecosystems as the learning environment. Students will be exposed in the classroom, labs and field trips to basic ecological theory and northwest plant communities….

LimeBike Field Specialist – Job Opportunity

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Online Sustainable Business Course – Autumn 2017

ESRM 320 Marketing and Management From a Sustainability Perspective – 5 credits and NW and I&S – No prerequisites – Syllabus: https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1117315/assignments/syllabus – Online course Overview In ESRM 320, we explore two of the four primary business dimensions: marketing and human resource management. Marketing refers to promoting, pricing, and distributing new and existing products and…

“Change from Within” Racial Ecologies Conference – June 1-2

CHANGE FROM WITHIN: DIVERSIFYING THE ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT We are delighted to announce Change from Within, the culmination of Jasmmine Ramgotra‘s Environmental Studies capstone internship with the Center for Creative Conservation. Change from Within explores the lack of diversity in the environmental field and solutions for improvement in the cross-disciplinary format of contemporary dance. Jasmmine creates…

City of Sammamish Permit Technician – Job Opportunity

We reposted the Permit Technician Position here at the City of Sammamish with a closing date of June 1, 2017. The full job description and application process can be found via this link: https://www.govjobstoday.com/JobAnnouncement.aspx?jid=6389

BE 200 Seattle on Foot – Autumn 2017

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Recycling + Compost Coordinator at the Woodland Park Zoo – Job Opportunity

DESCRIPTION: Coordinates and monitors the composting of animal and food waste to produce soil conditioner. Promotes and coordinates the zoo recycling program, monitors pickup and collection of recyclable materials by zoo staff and contracted vendors. Supports the Resource Conservation and Sustainability Supervisor in managing utility data, promoting and implementing the Woodland Park Zoo (WPZ) Sustainability…

El Centro de la Rasa – Auction Internship

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URBDP 480 Planning as a Profession – Autumn 2017

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SCTL Transportation Graphics – Job Opportunity

The Supply Chain Transportation and Logistics Center (SCTL) in Civil and Environmental Engineering at the UW is looking for a student to design several graphics related to the urban freight system. To apply, please send your portfolio or examples of your work. To request more information send an email with SCTL Data Collecting Job in…

UW Student Health Survey – We need your input!

Our student-led team from the School of Public Health, in conjunction with Hall Health, is collecting information about student health care and health insurance at the University of Washington, Seattle Campus through the end of May. We hope you will participate in our survey! Hearing from as many current students as possible is necessary in…

AEP Courses – Autumn 2017

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LARCH 498 Perceptions of Nature in the Dense City – Autumn 2017

There will be a new (3) credit seminar offered this Autumn called “Perceptions of Nature in the Dense City.”  All majors are welcome.  You can request this count towards VLPA or I&S.  Contact Advisor, JoAnne Edwards, slocan@uw.edu, once you have registered, to adjust your DARS Report.  This class would also counts towards the Urban Ecological…

3 Internship Opportunities with Feet First

  Please note that FeetFirst is looking to fill the positions as soon as possible and the application will be open until positions are filled. I am happy to answer any questions about the positions. Note: This is an unpaid internship. See below attachments for detail internship descriptions. 

EDSPE 499 Special Education Internship – Summer 2017

This summer there is a unique opportunity for students to participate in a 5 credit special education internship where they are working with children in a camp setting and participating in Professional Learning Communities as a part of their own growth! Here are a few details about the timeframes and commitments. It will be a…

Healing Architecture Summer 2017 – Technical University of Berlin

“Healing Architecture“ is an ENAH (European Network Architecture for Health) School 3-week intensive course held at Technical University of Berlin, Germany this summer, from July 20 to August 9. This summer course explores opportunities to improve health outcomes and the state of well-being of all user groups through urban and architectural design. Healing Architecture includes topics such as: Architecture for…

URM Study Fieldwork Course

Sustainability Career Workshop

Sign up for the Sustainability Career Workshop held on May 24 Ruth Lee and Katie Thompson, consultants at Sustainable Business Consulting and co-authors of Sustainability Jobs, are leading a 3-hour, hands-on workshop at the University of Washington (details attached). We will work with attendees to build their personal brand and networking skills, dig into the…

Community Literacy Program

Martin Family Foundation Honors Scholarship – Apply today!

  The Martin Family Foundation Honors Scholarship application is now open and available athttp://expd.uw.edu/expo/scholarships/martinfamily. Deadline for applications is July 6, 2017. Please share with your prospective transfer students who are transferring to UW Seattle in summer 2017, fall 2017, winter 2018 or even those who have already transferred to UW but have not yet earned…

Rangel Graduate Fellowship

RANGEL GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP  The Rangel Program plans awards approximately 30 fellowships of up to $47,500 annually towards tuition, room, board, books and mandatory fees for completion of two-year master’s degrees. At the conclusion of two years of study, the Rangel Fellow is expected to have obtained a degree in international affairs or another area of relevance…

Seattle Neighborhood Greenways – Now Hiring!

Do you want a job where you are part of the team leading the movement for a healthier, greener, more connected city? Seattle Neighborhood Greenways is hiring two new staff to help advocate for safer Seattle streets for people who walk and bike — a Community Organizer and a Communications/Development Coordinator. Seattle Neighborhood Greenways is excited…

ANTH 488 Agroecology – Summer 2017 B-Term

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Stewardship Partners – Outreach Intern Opportunity

Join us – we have one summer outreach in tern and would, ideally have one more on our team! Tabling and Outreach Intern Stewardship Partners is seeking a spring/summer intern to share our programs and stories at strategic community events throughout Puget Sound. Hours will vary, but will average 8 hours per week. An ideal candidate will enjoy…

LGBTQ Allyship Housing Leadership Institute

Join LGBTQ Allyship’s Housing Leadership Institute!! Are you someone who is passionate about any of the following LGBTQ housing justice issues? Gentrification and displacement Senior housing Youth homelessness Affordable and community-owned housing Housing discrimination At Allyship, we believe everyone deserves to access a safe place, space, and community that feels like home! Housing justice is an essential piece of…

Neah Bay – Telling Our Stories

  There is still time to apply to be part of the Pipeline – Neah Bay Telling Our Stories 2017-18 Team! Please apply before May 30th because the team needs to be formed before the end of this school year as you will be traveling out to beautiful Neah Bay in September before the UW…

ENV H 406/506 Disasters and Public Health

ENV H 406/506 Disasters and Public Health AUT 2017 3 cr open to all majors, no prerequisites A comprehensive overview of public health and environmental health disasters, their consequences, and the role of public health agencies and practitioners in preparedness, response, and recovery. This course: Employs an all-hazards, domestic perspective to explore different types of…

Summer Career Fair Volunteer Opportunity

The Career and Internship Center is looking to recruit volunteers for the 2017 Summer Career Fair on Wednesday, June 14th from 2-5pm in HUB Ballrooms. We have shifts available from 9:30am-7:00 pm – a requested time commitment of two hours please. Why volunteer? The Summer Career Fairis one of the best ways to network with employers. We will have over…

Learning Leadership in Theory and Practice

Interested in a unique opportunity to develop your own leadership, facilitation and peer teaching skills while building relationships with a large network of peers and UW staff who are committed to supporting student leadership development?  Apply serve as a student section leader for the 2018 “Learning Leadership in Theory and Practice” course! We are currently…

Carlson Center Scholarship Opportunities

The Carlson Center has extended the deadline for the Jackson Munro Public Service Fellowship and the Class of 2016 Impact and Diversity Scholarshipto MAY 12, 2017 @ 11:59 pm. They are also honored to release the application for the Ruby Linsao Early Learning Scholarship, due on MAY 19, 2017 @ 11:59 pm.    Jackson Munro Public…

Global Sustainable Development Programs Winter 2018

APPLY TODAY LEARN MORE   ** Early Registration Specials Now Available ** Save Up To $700 USD *Select Summer 2017 programs still enrolling

GEOG 258 Digital Geographies – Summer 2017 B-Term

Graduating Seniors – Pipeline + Dream Project are Hiring

The UW Pipeline Project and Dream Project are looking for 3 dynamic AmeriCorps members for 2017-2018. Applications due Friday May 12th. Are you a graduating senior? Were you involved in K-12 tutoring or mentoring at the UW? Looking for a gap year opportunity? If so, we encourage you to apply! UW Pipeline Project and Dream…

City Internships – Summer Internship Deadline Extension

The department announces an extension to the deadline for applications to the Summer 2017 programs to midnight on Sunday 21st May, 2017. The seven day extension applies to the London, New York and Los Angeles programs only. Please invite interested students to apply via: www.city-internships.com/apply Students interested in receiving news on the upcoming Fall 2017, Spring…

Summer Paid Work Opportunity for UW Students

Sir Kensington’s is looking to hire someone temporarily for some summer work. We need to hire a Brand Ambassador for May and July in the Seattle area to work for $18-$20/hr, also mileage compensation and bonus structure that usually adds up to $22-$25/hr.  It would be to represent Sir Kensington’s through in-store demos and I…

Senior Workshops Next Week

The UW Alumni Association, in partnership with the UW Career and Internship Center, are offering some great workshops next week to help graduating seniors prepare for life after the UW.  We have some awesome young alumni participating in these workshops as well.  Please help us get the word out.  If you know of any seniors…

Assistant Planner for City of Troutdale, OR – Job Opportunity

ENVIR 495 Global Environmental Literature – Summer 2017

  ENVIR 495 B:  Global Environmental Literature (cross-list with ENGL 242 G)   Credits: 5 Summer 2017: Full term T/TH 9:00 – 11:30 am Open to all, but especially soph, jr, sr Optional “W” credit   Description: While the study of representations of the environment in literary text has been historically focused on non-fiction nature…

Environmental Innovation Practicum – Autumn 2017

Environmental Innovation Practicum 2 credits, Tuesdays 4-5:50 p.m.| Autumn Quarter 2017 ENTRE 443/543, ENGR 498A, ENVIR 495 (Soon to be ENGR 443, ENVIR 443) Is the doom and gloom of environmental problems weighing you down? Be part of the solution as a student in this course! Each weekly seminar will inspire you to make an…

URM Study Position – Update

Summer Internships at the Port of Seattle

The Port of Seattle has two Maritime Environment and Sustainability internship opportunities this summer, one at the graduate level and one at the undergraduate level. They may be of interest to students in the CEP or MUP program. The work will be at the port’s headquarters near the Olympic Sculpture Garden. The link below will…

Travel Advisor – Job Opportunity

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CHID Course Offerings – Autumn 2017

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ARCH 403 + BE 505 Summer Studios

ARCH   403  ARCH PROBLEMS Restr 10127 A 6 MWTh 110-540 * NICHOLLS,JAMES KEITH Open 2/ 6 Full-term Restr 10128 B 6 MWTh 110-540 * GRIGGS,JAMES KIMO SAFFORD Open 0/ 6 Full-term B E   505  BUILT ENVIR STUDIO >10290 A 6 MWTh 400-750 GLD 148 CORSER,ROBERT J 0/ 15E CR/NC % Full-term INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIO: DESIGN IN PUBLIC. EMAIL…

Summer Fieldwork Course in University District

   

CoMotion Event – Mentoring Lessons from 20+ yr Entrepreneur

On behalf of CoMotion Labs, I would like to invite you to join our Fundamentals for Startups presentation, this FREE Friday 12:00-1:00 in Fluke Hall. We are excited to host Luni Libes, who will be presenting on his experiences in Mentoring 55 Startups. Mentoring can be tricky to navigate for both mentees and mentors. In…

Urban Design + Planning – Summer Courses

Click Here to see Urban Design & Planning courses offered this Summer

King County Metro + City of Issaquah – Job Opportunity

Job Posting – Travel Advisor Steer Davies Gleave has been commissioned to manage an exciting outreach campaign in the City of Issaquah. The Salmon Friendly Trips project’s intent is to engage with the public and encourage people to travel in a more sustainable way by offering tailored advice and information to help people plan and…

ENV H 305 – Environmental Poisons + Public Health

ENV H 305   (3) NW    Explore How Toxicology Protects the Health of Communities What chemical and physical hazards exist in the environment? Where do they come from, where do they go, and how do we come in contact with them or avoid them? What health effects can they cause, and how can we minimize their negative impacts?…

Water Bootcamp

This upcoming event might be of interest to CEP students. Attached is a press release and the link to the ticket. This community event held in Belltown is free. https://www.strangertickets.com/events/43089644/water-bootcamp-presented-by-growing-vine-street

2017 QSC Drag Show

The 2017 QSC Drag Show will be in the HUB North Ballroom and on May 26th from 7:30-9:30, YOU could be performing! This year, we are looking for drag performers of any skill, style, or sort who want to get involved. Newer to drag? Check out our offerings of Drag Education Events! Performers will have…

San Jose Planning Positions

The City of San Jose currently has an open recruitment for a Planner I/II/III & CEP alumni and graduating students are encouraged  to apply. The job posting is located at this link: https://sanjoseca.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl The job posting will close May 15th.

Building Resilience and Compassion Event – May 16th

Please join us for a spring AEP workshop with:   Anne Browning. Ph.D. Special Assistant to the Dean Undergraduate Academic Affairs   Resilience and Compassion: Building Strength for the Long Haul     Hear about the UW Resilience Lab’s evolving framework for working with students and community members. Topics will include a look at the…

Activist Opportunity at Global Zero Action Corps

GLOBAL ZERO ACTION CORPS “Global Zero is grassroots organizing at its finest.” -UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon At Global Zero, we’re powered by the creativity and passion of young people who understand that nuclear weapons have no place in the 21st century. We face a new administration that jeopardizes decades of progress by increasing nuclear weapons…

Become LEED Accredited – Apply by May 4th

Subject: Become LEED Accredited! – Invitation to the Department of Community, Environment & Planning – for distribution LEED Green Associate (GA) Training When: May 4 2017 – 6:00PM – 10:00PM Where: UW Seattle – Loew Hall – Room 112 – https://goo.gl/maps/dfrMl Registration: http://leadinggreen.ca/uwseattle   Interested in getting involved in the Green Building and sustainability Industry? Opportunities are plentiful and passing your…

Grand Challenges Impact Lab, India, Winter 2018 – Apply Now!

Applications are now being accepted for Grand Challenge Impact Lab (GCIL): India Study Abroad *Apply Now!* 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…

Job Posting at MAKERS Architecture + Urban Design

Job Opening and Description MAKERS architecture and urban design, LLP is an award-winning planning and urban design firm providing services to clients throughout the Pacific Northwest and the United States. Since 1972, MAKERS has built a reputation for plans that facilitate smart decision making by federal, state, and local governments. MAKERS uses a strategic approach…

Housing Affordability Outreach + Mobilization Intern

Commute Seattle – Commute Trip Reduction Specialist Job Opening

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UW Peace Corps Story Slam – April 27th

“It’s the Little Things” Thursday, April 27, 5:30-7pm Savery Hall Room 264   There will be a group of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers sharing their personal experiences of their time serving. If any of your students are interested in learning more, this is a great opportunity to talk to people who know what it’s like and…

Mental Health Writing Contest Scholarship

The contest is being sponsored by and hosted on the site https://www.betterhelp.com/advice/. This writing contest is open to all your students, and BetterHelp is hoping you’d spread the word anywhere on your website that can link to this area of the site along with the contest announcement. Details can be seen here: https://www.betterhelp.com/advice/general/mental-health-writing-contest-ends-may-31-2017/.

Evans School of Public Policy + Governance Info Session – May 19th

The Evans School of Public Policy and Governance is pleased to invite students in the Community, Environment and Planning undergraduate major to an information session to learn more about our Master of Public Administration (MPA) and Ph.D. in Public Policy and Management degree programs. The session will include information on curricula, the admissions process, career trajectories, and financial awards. The…

Fellowships for New Americans

Every year, The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans supports thirty New Americans, immigrants or the children of immigrants, who are pursuing graduate school in the United States. Full eligibility requirements can be found here. The 2018 application is now live.  Each Fellowship supports one to two years of graduate study in any field and in…

Puget Sound Regional Council – Data Internship

Data Intern                      Closes:         Open until filled with applications reviewed beginning May 3, 2017     Status:         Two positions; 12 months part-time (12-16 hours/week) or full-time during summer; non-exempt FLSA status Salary:         $17 per hour with no benefits Timeline:         Positions to begin June 2017 Location:      Puget Sound Regional Council, Downtown Seattle, Washington  …

CoMotion Labs – Fundamentals for Startups, April 21st

CoMotion Labs would like to invite you to attend Fundamentals for Startups, this Friday, April 21, 2017 from 12:00-2:00pm in Fluke Hall, room 215, at the University of Washington. Our Fundamentals for Startups series aims to provide our CoMotion Labs Community and UW School of Law Entrepreneurial Law Clinic (ELC) Community with access to leading…

Dream Project Internship – Applications due May 6th

Interested in working with middle and high school students as they plan for their futures? Apply for a paid internship with the Dream Project! We work with first-generation, low-income students of color and partner with 32 schools from South Seattle to Auburn. We are currently accepting applications for the 2017-2018 school year! We have 36…

UW Commercial Real Estate Symposium

Join the Foster School of Business and Runstad Center for Real Estate Studies for an insightful morning where our panelists and keynote speaker unpack how the recent past is prologue to a rapidly changing future in which innovation is altering the face of everything from physical space to financing. Our keynote speaker, King Davidson of…

Jumpstart Summer Internship

Join Jumpstart and teach low income preschoolers this summer! Provide language, literacy, and social-emotional programming for preschool children from under-resourced communities in the Seattle area. Help us as we strive to promote quality early learning for all children. Be A Jumpstart Summer Intern! Help Prepare our youngest learners for lifelong success! Work with preschool children on language,…

UW Green Dot Training – April 29th

Registration has opened for the Spring Quarter UW Green Dot Student Bystander Intervention Training: Saturday, April 29th 10am-1pm HUB 334 Sign up to attend this training, or to be updated on future opportunities. This full-day training enhances students’ skills in being an active bystander and campus leader in preventing interpersonal violence on campus. We will examine…

Center for Preservation and Adaptive Reuse – Research Assistant Position

SUMMER 2017 RESEARCH POSITION Center for Preservation and Adaptive Reuse (CPAR) Unreinforced Masonry (URM) Buildings Research Assistant There are well over 1,150 unreinforced masonry buildings in Seattle that would likely pose a serious hazard in the case of a major seismic event. The City of Seattle has assembled a policy committee to study the issue…

UW Resilience Lab – Fail Forward, April 26th

Rough midterm? Bad breakup? No idea what your passion is supposed to be? Feel like you’re never going to get that coveted internship? Are you pretty sure that your thesis adviser would rather have a colonoscopy than read through yet another draft of your dissertation proposal? Convinced that you will fall short of your parents’ expectations…

UW Pipeline + Dream Project – AmeriCorps Members

  The UW Pipeline Project and Dream Project are looking for 3 dynamic AmeriCorps members for 2017-2018. Applications due May 8th. Are you a graduating senior? Were you involved in K-12 tutoring or mentoring at the UW? Looking for a gap year opportunity? If so, we encourage you to apply! UW Pipeline Project and Dream…

Study Abroad in Brussels

Our Brussels Summer Study Program deadline has been extended to April 21, 2017! Please contact the Center for West European Studies for additional information: https://jsis.washington.edu/cwes-euc/programs/brussels-summer-study-abroad/

Freeway Park Association Community Engagement Coordinator

Community Engagement Coordinator Job Description The Freeway Park Association (FPA) has been a community steward to Freeway Park since 1993. In partnership with the Seattle Parks Department, FPA works to raise funds and provide programming for Seattle’s largest and most iconic downtown park. FPA seeks to hire a seasonal part-time Community Engagement Coordinator from May-September…

Urban Design + Planning Summer Courses

Summer courses in the Department of Urban Design and Planning http://urbdp.be.uw.edu/resources/2017-udp-summer-courses/

PRR Internship

PRR is looking for individuals who excel in fast paced environments, have great customer service skills, and are high energy. Someone with those attributes and proficiency in Spanish, Somali, Russian, Mandarin, Vietnamese, or Korean would be especially amazing to have on the team. More information for about the internship can be found here.

City of Renton Internship

Job Description This internship in the City of Renton’s Community and Economic Development department is established to provide practical work experience to a current college student who demonstrates interest in studying and working in the Economic Development field.  It is the City’s intention to provide an opportunity for educational and practical experience and receive assistance…

Summer Internship Opportunities

Summer internships for CEP students: -With Google Real Estate -With ILFI The International Living Future Institute (ILFI) is a dynamic and fast-growing non-profit with a critical ecological mission. We’re looking for multitasking, self-starters with a passion for the environment and strong interpersonal and organizational skills to join our team.

City of Sammamish – Permit Technician Position

Permit Technician – City of Sammamish ( Job # 17-0007) Minimum Salary: $51,904.00 per year Maximum Salary: $71,034.00 per year Employment Type: Full Time Department: Community Development Closes: April 11, 2017 at 4:00 PM (Open to current employees and the general public.) Summary GENERAL PURPOSE The Permit Technician provides the City’s citizens and customers with…

Apply to be a Student Leadership Adviser

Do you want to help other students navigate the many leadership opportunities at the University of Washington? The Husky Leadership Initiative invites you to apply to serve as a 2017-18 Student Leadership Adviser!   The ten undergraduates who are selected will serve in the following capacities:   Ambassadors of/advisers to  the Husky Leadership Initiative Through…

Opportunity in Seattle with the National Park Service

Latinx Health Career + Job Fair

Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates – Transportation Planner Positions

Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates is an internationally recognized firm committed to developing transportation systems that promote vibrant, sustainable, and accessible communities. Our work emphasizes creative, innovative transportation planning and community involvement, often within a wider set of goals such as economic development and reduced dependence on the private automobile. Nelson\Nygaard offers a dynamic and self-directed work environment…

Upcoming CBE Snack + Chats

CBE Equity Council Snack + Chats Gould 110 12:00 pm – 1:20 pm 4/10 Sameer Ranade  s Washington Environmental Council 4/17 Roger Valdez s Smart Growth Seattle 4/24 Tom Minty + John Morrison Winters s  Northwest Universal Design Council, City of Seattle 5/3 Green Dot Training  s  No one has to do everything, but everyone…

SDOT Tree Inventory Management Internship

Over the summer SDOT is seeking to hire up to four undergraduate or graduate interns to collect updated information on SDOT and privately maintained street trees, and report on inventory updates.  Intern will also work with iTree software to report on the social and economic benefits of Seattle’s street trees. The position will help the…

NYC Department of Transportation Internship

New York City Department of Transportation WalkNYC Wayfinding Program Summer Intern 2017 NYC DOT is seeking a graduate summer intern for the WalkNYC Wayfinding Program.  WalkNYC is the City’s standardized, map-based pedestrian, cyclist, and transit wayfinding signage program. The intern will assist in researching, developing, and coordinating and implementing the 2017 WalkNYC work plan. Daily…

Disability Month Events

What is D Month? Started a few years ago, D Month is a month-long series of events meant to celebrate and advocate for disability rights, issues, and culture. We have four more D Month events coming up, featuring a wide array of speakers! Shain Neumeier: Institutionalization and the Continuing Struggle for Disability Liberation. Friday, April…

Paid Research Position in Environmental Health

SURE-EH Supporting Undergraduate Research Experiences in Environmental Health You read about environmental health problems every day:  diseases spread through unsafe drinking water, cancer-causing toxins, poor air quality leading to respiratory disease, deadly foodborne illness outbreaks.  Have you ever thought about being part of the solution to these problems?  In environmental health science, you can, by studying…

“Food + the Environment” TA Position – Applications due April 21st

The College of the Environment has an outstanding opportunity for Teaching Assistants for C ENV 110 “Introduction to Food and the Environment” Autumn Quarter 2017 9/16/2017 to 12/15/2017   Application deadline: Friday, April 21   This is an introductory course offered by the College of the Environment to support environmental literacy for students across campus….

Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship – Focus Group Breakfast

Focus Group Breakfast:  The Buerk Center’s Brand We know that all of the “noise” from different campus centers, departments, and programs can be overwhelming.  How does the Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship cut through that noise to capture the attention of entrepreneurial students? What should our posters and newsletters look like? What should the Buerk Center’s…

Summer Course in Natural Resources Co-Management

Envir 495D  Indigenous People and the Collaborative Stewardship of Non-human Nature Joyce LeCompte, Lecturer; Program on the Environment email: jklm@uw.edu Instructor website: http://jklmastenbrook.net   Tuesday, 1:10-4:30pm; PAA A212 One required all day field trip (Date TBD by consensus first day of class) Office hours and location: Wallace 15H; by appt.   Three credits: Class and…

Carlson Center Leadership + Public Service Funding Opportunities for Students – Applications due May 1st

The Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center is pleased to announce that applications are now open for three distinct funding opportunities for students engaged in public service and leadership activities at the University of Washington. The application deadline for each of the three opportunities is Monday, May 1st. Students from all three campuses are welcome…

The Annual Spring Career Fair – April 20th

2017 Seattle Campus Spring Career Fair Thursday, April 20th, 2017 3-7pm, HUB Ballrooms Full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities are available Students from all 3 campuses are welcome to attend   WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND: Your potential employers want to meet you IN PERSON. This is a fabulous opportunity for you to make a great impression…

ESRM 320 – Marketing + Management from a Sustainability Perspective

ESRM 320, Marketing and Management From a Sustainability Perspective is an online course (except for a mandatory in-person exam on 7.18) that offers 5 credits, NW, and I&S. Below is overview info, and details are on the website at https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1145862 In ESRM 320, we explore two of the four primary business dimensions: marketing and human…

FIUTS Q&A – International Students and U.S. Politics

In light of the current political climate in the U.S., FIUTS is hosting an event intended to help international students explore some of the questions they may be having. This panel and discussion is an opportunity for students to hear from campus departments about what they can and are doing to support international students, and…

Knight-Hennessy Fellowship for Graduate School at Stanford

The Knight-Hennessy Fellowship Program for graduate school at Stanford will be visiting the UW on April 10th at 7:00 p.m.   I hope you’ll join us to learn more about this program and that you’ll encourage your interested students to attend.   This is a new fellowship that will provide full funding including a stipend for…

Energy Data Analytics Internship

Energy Data Analytics Intern JOB DESCRIPTION: Seattle City Light, a department of the City of Seattle, is one of the nation’s largest municipally owned utilities in terms of the number of customers served. Over the years we have worked very hard to keep Seattle’s electricity affordable, reliable, and environmentally sound. Today, City Light is a…

Assistant Manager for Mercer Island Farmers Market – Apply today!

SCOG – Transportation Planning Internship

CHID Internships – Summer 2017

Please join us for an Information Session April 12th, or May 15th and learn more about CHID’s hybrid seminar/internship summer program! 12 Summer Credits PLUS a summer internship with a local organization! Questions? Contact chidtam@uw.edu

Library Research Award – Submit your projects!

The UW Libraries is currently accepting student research projects to be considered for the annual Library Research Award for Undergraduates. Please encourage your students to apply! The deadline is May 15th and based on previous years, students have a 1 in 5 chance of winning an award! Full information and website link: Call for UW…

Grand Challenges Impact Lab – Study Abroad in India

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…

ASUW is hiring!

The Associated Students of the University of Washington is hiring! Because we are the student government on campus, and because of the current climate, the time is NOW to get involved, get active, and get in-the-know. Positions include the Queer Student Commission, the new Middle Eastern Student Commission, and more! Not interested in working as…

Spring Scholarships and Events

Spring quarter is a great time to encourage students to connect with our office as they consider their plans for next year and even next summer.  This is the perfect time for rising seniors to consider applying for post graduate fellowship opportunities like the Fulbright as well as graduate funding like the National Science Foundation…

Explore your future career – Huskies@Work

Learn about a day in the life on the job “Just incredibly awesome. Not only did it give me a good perspective of my industry, but it gave me new goals and a clearer career path to follow!” That’s one student’s reflections on Huskies@Work, UWAA’s job shadowing program. With Huskies@Work, all you need to do…

Sustainable Development Abroad – Summer 2017

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UCREW – A Networking Event for Students, April 11th

Tuesday, April 11th we will be hosting a networking panel event with CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women).  This is always an interesting discussion about the industry and how careers are formed.  Lunch will be served!  We hope your students can join us, please have them RSVP to me by Thursday April 6th. UCREW (COMMERCIAL REAL…

Husky Seed Fund – Apply Today!

Apply now for the Husky Seed Fund   Pair your ideas with funds to shape the Husky Experience!   The Husky Seed Fund http://www.washington.edu/strategicplanning/husky-seed-fund/, created by students for students, is accepting proposals for innovative projects that will enhance the student experience for all. Your idea could become reality with a seed fundingaward of up to…

Spring Celebration of Service and Leadership

University of Washington students serve and lead, in on-and off-campus communities, to expand their boundaries, to learn from others, and to make a tangible difference in the world. We invite ALL UW students, undergraduate and graduate and from all three campuses, to share how they have worked together to transform their campus and communities, to…

UW Career + Internship Center – Workshops and Events

Register Now – Husky Leadership Conference

Based on our belief that one’s capacity to lead grows out of experience, practice and reflection, the Husky Leadership Conference gives you the opportunity to build and hone the leadership skills you need to make a difference in whatever context speaks to you. Take advantage of this opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes you…

2017 Lavender Graduation

201​7​ LAVENDER GRADUATION Tuesday, June 6​th 6:00 – 8:30 PM wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ Intellectual House Graduates must register at https://tinyurl.com/UWLavGrad17 by May 30th . ​The Who, What, When, Where, Why & How: Who: Lavender Graduation is open to any student eligible, at any level (undergraduate or graduate/professional) for graduation in the 201​6​-201​7 (including fall 2017)​ academic year. Guests do not have to…

2018 Senior Scholar Fulbright Fellowship

2018 Fulbright US Senior Scholar Fellowships to Israel The United States-Israel Educational Foundation (USIEF) plans to award up to eight grants to members of academic staff, to senior professionals, or to accomplished artists or writers for visits to Israeli institutions of higher education to be carried out during the 2018/2019 academic year. The visiting fellows’ programs…

UW Ethnic Cultural Center – Hiring for Student Positions

The ECC is Hiring for all positions for the 2017 – 2018 Academic Year! In support of the University of Washington goals, the Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center promotes an inclusive educational environment by providing programs and services which enhance the communication and exchange of multicultural perspectives and values. The Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic…

Phillip Yin & Friends American Dream Foundation Scholarship – Applications due April 19th

Applications are currently being accepted for the Phillip Yin & Friends American Dream Foundation Scholarship. This scholarship program will provide 5 scholarships of $1,000 each to undergraduate students this year. The Phillip Yin and Friends American Dream Foundation (PYFADF) was founded on the belief that every student should have the opportunity to fulfill their educational…

Become LEED Accredited!

LEED Green Associate (GA) Training When: May 4 2017 – 6:00PM – 10:00PM Where: UW Seattle – Loew Hall – Room TBA – https://goo.gl/maps/dfrMl Registration: http://leadinggreen.ca/uwseattle Interested in getting involved in the Green Building and sustainability Industry? Opportunities are plentiful and passing your LEED professional designation is required to get involved! LEED (Leadership in Energy…

Job Opportunity – UW Transit Program Specialist

UW Transportation Services has an excellent opportunity for a Transit Program Operations Specialist, which oversees daily operations of the UW’s award-winning U-PASS program. For a full description and application instructions, visit: https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/ENG/candidates/default.cfm?szCategory=jobprofile&szOrderID=143536

Immersive Arts – Summer 2017

DXARTS has a class on the Immersive Arts during Summer quarter 2017, term B (July 19-Aug 17, 2017). Classes will be held Monday-Thursday 9:30am-12:30pm in Raitt Hall, room 129. The class will focus on stereoscopic video, virtual reality, and multi-channel systems. Students will use various display systems, production techniques, and compositional strategies to discover immersive…

Study Abroad in Paris – Applications due April 7th

FALL QUARTER IN PARIS The application deadline for the Comparative Literature Study Abroad Program in Paris (October 1 to December 3, 2017), has been extended to April 7, 2017. This interdisciplinary program offers students a unique opportunity to earn 15 UW credits while living and studying in one of the most vibrant and beautiful cities…

International Summer School – Advanced Urban Design

We would like to take this opportunity to introduce IEREK, International Experts for Research Enrichment and Knowledge Exchange, as it is known for exchanging knowledge and enhancing research, on an international level, through training courses, workshops, conferences, publication services and much more. As one of our aims is to Exchange knowledge, I would like to…

Seattle City Government Boards/Commission Internship

The Accelerator YMCA and City of Seattle would like to announce that we are accepting applications for the 2017-2018 Get Engaged program! The Get Engaged program is a collaborative program of the Accelerator YMCA and the City of Seattle, dedicated to cultivating the next generation of leaders and advocating for the influence of young voices…

Summer Internships – $5k Scholarship

The CoMotion Mary Gates Innovation Scholars internship program is now accepting applications! Students can spend Summer quarter working as interns with UW faculty-led start-up companies, seeking to transfer research to real-world applications. Participants will build upon their strengths and learn about intellectual property and entrepreneurship through hands-on teamwork with an emerging company. Each Innovation Scholar…

Summer Field Courses in the Azores

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Apply for the UW Writing Minor

See flier below. (Great to pair with CEP!)

Scholarship for Undergraduate Students in Planning

IBTTA and the IBTTA Foundation have established a new scholarship program to assist current undergraduate students pursuing degrees in engineering, city and regional planning, construction management, public policy or public administration and other transportation-related fields. IBTTA will award up to two $5,000 scholarships each year. Applications must be submitted on or before April 4, or…

EnviroIssues Employment Opportunity

  All other the information are on the website at www.enviroissues.com/jobs and posted to HuskyJobs.

4Culture Internship

Internships with ILFI

LIVING COMMUNITY CHALLENGE + JUST SUMMER INTERN JOB DESCRIPTION TITLE: Living Community Challenge and Just Summer Intern STATUS: Temporary REPORTS TO: LCC and Just Managers HOURS: 40 hours/week, May through August LOCATION: Seattle, WA COMPENSATION: $15 per hour BACKGROUND AND SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY The International Living Future Institute (ILFI), a dynamic and fast growing non-profit, seeks an exceptional…

Online SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS COURSE FOR NON-BUSINESS MAJORS (spring quarter)

ESRM 320, Marketing and Management From a Sustainability Perspective Gives 5 credits and NW and I&S Has no prerequisites SLN 14180, course website it at https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1139106/assignments/syllabus This is an online course (except for two mandatory in-person exam on 5.4 and 6.1, 4:30-6:50 pm, in 223 Anderson Hall)  Overview. In ESRM 320, we explore two of…

Runstad Center Part Time Job Opportunity

The Runstad Center currently has an exciting opportunity for a bright, enthusiastic self-starter to work as part of the data group with responsibility for maintaining and further developing one of the most comprehensive housing databases in Washington.   This is a vitally important role within the Runstad Center and provides up-to-date housing market information which…

Call for Applications: Husky Seed Fund

Apply now for the Husky Seed Fund   Pair your ideas with funds to shape the Husky Experience!   The Husky Seed Fund http://www.washington.edu/strategicplanning/husky-seed-fund/, created by students for students, is accepting proposals for innovative projects that will enhance the student experience for all. Your idea could become reality with a seed fundingaward of up to…

Social Work Spring Courses

Soc W 598A: Veterans and their Families Instructors: Taylene Watson and Walter Kopf Saturdays 4/1, 4/22, 5/6, 6/3 9:00am-3:50pm 3 credits, SLN: 19332 Grad students can self-register Interested senior undergrads please submit a waitlist request so we can verify with the instructor This courses focuses on specialized knowledge needed to practice with members of the…

ENGL 381: Rhetorics of Diversity

ENGL 381 A MW 2:30-4:30 SLN: 13951 “W” or “C” Credit Description: What do we mean when we talk about diversity? How do we actively foster diversity? How do we measure our success in doing so? This class will seek to answer these questions, but also to interrogate the ways in which we talk and write…

QSC – LGBTQ Blog

The QSC is working to revive Dear Queer, a LGBTQ question-and-answer based blog, and we need writers. We need people to answer possible questions and make blog posts as they see fit. If you are interested, please fill out this google doc: https://goo.gl/forms/PNAsDZzHj0B90ejw2 If you don’t want to write, you can still check out our blog…

SOC 495 Global to Local – Supporting Community-Based Refugee Programming

Are you a student who wants to grow your own awareness and understanding of refugee issues globally and locally?  Do you want to work on a project to raise awareness and understanding with others who may be less politically aware? Soc Wf 495 includes a series of guest speakers who will discuss different topics focused on…

City of Seattle – Urban Innovations Speaker Series

West Coast Cities Seek Affordable Housing Solutions DATE Tuesday, March 7, 2017 TIME 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm PST WHERE Central Library ROOM LOCATION Level 1 – Microsoft Auditorium SUMMARY Are we the victim of our own success? Join the Seattle Office of Planning and Community Development for a panel discussion on affordable housing solutions. DESCRIPTION West Coast cities continue to…

Jacob Lawrence – The Legend of John Brown + Other Works

To mark the 100-year anniversary of Jacob Lawrence’s birth, the Jacob Lawrence Gallery is exploring the history and future of our space through a series of highly participatory exhibitions. We would like to invite everyone to our current exhibition, Jacob Lawrence: The Legend of John Brown + Other Works, as a unique opportunity to experience the work of one of the University’s…

Design/Build Studio China – Applications due March 1st

Unite UW – Spring Applications Open!

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…

UW Academic Support Program – Mentor Opportunity

  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…

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…

GWSS 390 – Critical Conversations in Feminism + Technology

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GWSS/ANTH/JSIS 328 – Gender & 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,…

ENV H 439 One Health – Human + Animal Health in a Changing Environment

ENV H 439/539 – One Health: Human and Animal Health in a Changing Environment What is One Health?  Ebola, MERS, SARS and other new diseases from wild and domestic animals are emerging as a result of agriculture intensification, habitat loss, and climate change. “One Health” is a transdisciplinary systems concept connecting human, animal, and environmental health…

Job Opportunity – SDOT Public Space Management Program Coordinator

Position Description: Work in the Street Use Division of the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) with a team of professionals whose mission is to deliver a high-quality transportation system for Seattle. The position is in the Public Space Management team that develops and implements programs to promote and regulate a vibrant, safe, accessible, and attractive…

Job Opportunity – Kenton County Professional Planner

Planning and Development Services of Kenton County (PDS) is seeking a professional planner to join its Planning and Zoning Administration team. Located in the heart of the Cincinnati metro region, PDS serves 160,000 residents that live, work, and play in a dynamic setting. Our landscape ranges from rural agricultural areas to true urban development patterns…

Job Opportunity – Climate Preparedness Specialist

Job Description: Confronting climate change is one of King County Executive Dow Constantine’s top priorities and King County’s 2015 Strategic Climate Action Plan (SCAP) adopted diverse commitments to prepare for the changing climate. The Climate Preparedness Specialist will lead and coordinate King County’s efforts to prepare for climate change across all departments and agencies, and…

Engineers Without Borders – Apply to be on the Executive Committee

The Wednesday after next, March 1st, (5:30-6:30 More Hall 220) Engineers Without Borders – UW will be holding elections for the 2017-2018 Executive Committee. We are looking for motivated EWB members to step up into these positions, which will be assumed at the end of Spring Quarter. A few simple requirements: – You must be…

Environmental Career Opportunities – Fund for the Public Interest

Fund for the Public Interest is hiring for the next class of Canvass Directors to run our campaign offices. Students who are interested in starting their environmental advocacy career with us should apply. We’re running campaigns to stop rollbacks on environmental protections just this month a member of congress drafted legislation to abolish the EPA….

Internship Opportunity – City of Puyallup

The City of Puyallup is accepting applications for a GIS/Planning Assistant position, which is a paid part-time temporary internship of approximately 20 hours per week. The assignment will last five months with a possible three-month extension. The position provides mapping and technical support to the Planning Division, with primary technical guidance provided by the Senior…

Exploration Seminar in Quebec – Comparative Urban Planning + Urban Design

Dear Students: You are cordially invited to enroll for this summer class. A brochure and itinerary is attached which provides more detail. Please look them over. The class has been held every other year for the past 20 years or so. It has always gotten very positive reviews by those who attended. So give it…

Job Opportunity – Mt Baker Hub Program Director

View the position description HERE. For more information contact Talis Abolins, talis.abolins@gmail.com.

Job Opportunity – Alta Planning + Design, Inc. Intern

Alta Planning + Design, Inc. is seeking an intern for its Seattle office. Alta specializes in creating communities that enhance a person’s ability and comfort to walk, bike, and use transit. Our key areas of focus are centered around moving and connecting people, neighborhoods, communities, and businesses through our planning, design, and implementation of bicycle,…

GEOG 473 – Geographies of Energy + Sustainability

 

Study Abroad in Nepal – Design + Development in Nepal

Looking to study abroad in Nepal this year? The Nepal Studies Initiative, in partnership with the Informal Urban Communities Initiative, is now accepting applications for: JSIS/LARC Nepal: Design and Development in Nepal Exploration Seminar – Early Fall 2017: August 22, 2017 – September 18, 2017 $3125 program fee; financial aid available 5 credits JSIS 392 or 5 credits LARC 495 Students from all majors are welcome…

2017 Citizen University Conference – Reckoning + Repair in America

  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…

AIS 475B – Decolonizing the Environmental Discourse

 

GENST 391 – Undocumented Students’ Success + Career Development

  Spring 2017 GEN ST 391 H “Undocumented Students Success & Career Development” SLN: 21461 Credits: 2 Day/Time: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 2:30-3:20 Location: ECC, UW Seattle campus Instructors: UW staff from Career & Internship Center (MGH) + Leadership Without Borders (ECC)     Description   This class assists UW undocumented student’s (juniors & seniors) exploration…

Puget Sound Regional Council – Job Opportunity

The Puget Sound Regional Council recently posted 2 Data Intern job openings. Both positions are part-time (12-16 hours/wk) for a duration of 12 months. The positions are open until filled with applications reviewed beginning Monday, February 27. Questions can be directed to the Human Resources Manager at hrdept@psrc.org.

ARC 401 – Introduction to Arctic Climate System

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MGMT 490A – Women in Leadership

MGMT 490A – Spring 2017 – M W 1:30-3:20 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, jungle-gym careers…

Study Abroad in Mexico – LGBTQ Communities + Change

Anu Taranth, a faculty member of English & CHID,  will be co-directing two study abroad programs this summer, one in Summer A to Mexico and the second in Early Fall Start to Senegal. Professor Taranth works on global literatures, transnational feminism and queer studies. She also engages with issues of identity, race and difference both on our…

Q Center Town Hall Meetings

Join the Q Center staff for an open discussion of policies, resources, and current initiatives. March 1: Health & Wellness on Campus and in the Community (Location: Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center Unity Room) March 8: Impact of Homelessness on LGBTQ+ Communities (Location: Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center Unity Room)   Stay connected via the Facebook event…

Environmental Career Fair – February 22nd

Step up your job search game by attending the 2017 UW Environmental Career Fair! Wednesday, February 22, 2017 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM Mary Gates Hall Commons, UW Seattle Campus Hosted by the UW College of the Environment   Confirmed Employers 3Degrees A.I.S. Inc. Alderleaf Wilderness College Associated Recreation Council Colville Confederated Tribes Fund for…

Study Abroad in Peru – Politics of Blackness + Indigeneity

This interdisciplinary program examines diversity in a non-US setting by asking how identity and history are constructed, negotiated, and renegotiated in Peru through artistic production and expressive culture, and how art engages the politics of historical memory and imaginations of Blackness and Indigeneity. Students will study the longer history of Peru while observing, working alongside,…

Exploration Seminar in London – Race, Health + Society

Study Abroad in Ghana – Research Methods, ICTs + Development

iSchool Ghana| Experience Research: Communication Technologies and Development in Southern Ghana If you’ve ever wondered what it’s actually like to do field research studying if development project are really changing lives, this is an opportunity to find out for yourself. Learn how to design and carry out a research project to answer questions you have…

Exploration Seminar in India – Women, Leadership + Entrepreneurship

Study Abroad in Peru + Nepal – Info Session February 10th

Unsettled City – Migration, Race + the Making of Seattle’s Urban Landscape

ARCH 436 – Building Acoustics

Environmental Communications Panel

Please join us for our environmental communications panels every Thursday (Feb 2 – Mar 2) in Wallace Hall Commons from 3:30PM-4:50PM. Each week we’ll cover a different aspect of environmental communications with local professionals: journalism, environmental advocacy, green business, online/social media, and science communication. All are welcome! This week: what’s it like to run an…

URBDP 480 – Planning as a Profession

Study Abroad in Hawaii – Sustainable Community Food Systems, Energy + the World Youth Congress

Meet The GREEN Hawai’i Program​​Sustainable Community Food Systems, Energy,& The World Youth Congress June 13 – 26, 2017 NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONSOnly 20 spots available for our Hawai’i Pilot Program* All GREEN Programs fill on a first-come, first-serve basis The GREEN Program invites you to join us in the remote volcano archipelago of Hawai’i this June. Hawaiʻi’s sequestered location is a…

Global to Local – Supporting Community-based Refugee Programming

Soc Wf 495           SLN  19373                                            Fridays  9:30 – 12:20 pm     (3 credits) GLOBAL TO LOCAL:   SUPPORTING COMMUNITY BASED REFUGEE PROGRAMMING    This course will focus on collaboration with local organizations serving refugees and delivers a “product” to the organization by the end of the quarter.  Students will gain a strong understanding of working…

Magnuson Nature Educator – Jobs

Magnuson Nature Educator job postings are available to view and forward! Here is the link to the ARC employment page One job is for a year round, part-time Environmental Educator/Assistant Director One job is for a seasonal, part-time Environmental Educator (spring & summer for sure, with a possibility for continuation into fall and winter) “More…

Visions of a Public Realm – Runstad Fellows Presentation

Please join us for the 2016 Runstad Center Affiliate Fellows final presentation of their research from Auckland, New Zealand.  They have explored the ways in which a city can rapidly transform the function and capacity of the public right of way to support a rich urban life at a time of unprecedented population growth.  A…

UW Seattle Internship Fair

2017 Seattle Campus Internship Fair Thursday, February 16th, 2017 2:00-6:00pm, HUB Ballrooms Students from all 3 campuses are welcome to attend   ATTENDING EMPLOYERS: Use The Fairs App to access information about the Internship Fair (attending employers, positions, position types, majors, and class levels employers are looking to recruit at the fair). The Fairs App is available to…

Sustainable Business Course for Non-Business Majors – Spring Quarter

ESRM 320, Marketing and Management From a Sustainability Perspective – Gives 5 credits and NW and I&S – Has no prerequisites – SLN 14180, view the course website HERE. This is an online course. Overview: In ESRM 320, we explore two of the four primary business dimensions: marketing and human resource management (* companion course…

Graduate Research and Study in the UK + Ireland

Opportunities in Landscape Architecture

(1) Design Activism Study Abroad Opportunities in Peru and Nepal Information Session, Friday, February 10th, 2017, 12:30, Gould Hall Room 100 The Informal Urban Communities Initiative (IUCI) Design I Development Programs in Peru and Nepal are two unique, 28-day programs offered by the University of Washington’s Department of Landscape Architecture. Students in the IUCI Design…

Tillman Military Scholarship Program – 2017 Scholarships Now Available!

The Pat Tillman Foundation offers an annual scholarship open to active duty military, veterans, and spouses pursuing a full-time bachelor’s, master’s, or professional degree at a US-based accredited institution. Each individual scholarship award is based on the applicant’s unique financial need, the average award in 2017 is expected to be ~$10,000 per academic year (renewable…

WSECU Scholarships – Due February 13th

We’re accepting scholarship applications for the 2017 fall semester. February 13 is the deadline. – We’re awarding up to $65,000 in scholarships this year. – $2,500 scholarships are available for four-year college programs and graduate studies. – $1,500 scholarships are available for two-year college programs and vocational studies. Want to apply? Head on over to…

City of Seattle – Racial + Social Equity Engagement Volunteers

The City of Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is embarking on two mobility studies in the Georgetown neighborhood and the Judkins Park light rail station area. SDOT is making a concerted effort to engage racially, ethnically, and socially diverse residents and business community members who have often been underrepresented in traditional planning processes. The studies…

Spring Courses in American Indian Studies

AIS 340: American Indian Children and Families Instructor: Dian Million MW 11:30 – 1:20 Cross-cultural survey of Indian child rearing, family structure, and related social issues. Includes historical changes in family structure, value orientation and adaptation to a bicultural environment, education, child welfare, health problems, and aging. I&S, DIV. 5 credits. AIS 379: Powwow: Tradition…

Job Opportunity – Agriculture Community of Interest

Agriculture Community of Interest Coordinator Organization: Agriculture Community of Interest, Puyallup Watershed Initiative Employment type: Full time Contact: AgCOI.Info@gmail.com Overview: The Agriculture Community of Interest (AgCOI) seeks a qualified individual to help support and develop its vision for a future in which healthy, safe, secure, and sustainable food production is inextricably linked to the economy…

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion + Our Public Lands

National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) is collaborating with UW Seattle student and our Next Generation Advisory Council representative for the Northwest Region (WA & OR), Ashley Mocorro Powell, and Bennington College student, Ian Reid, on a project to promote and address diversity, equity and inclusion in the Pacific Northwest outdoors–including national parks, public lands, and…

Tribal Canoe Journey Field Study

Limited spaces are available – apply ASAP!

Global Opportunities – Study Abroad Scholarships

View the scholarships HERE. The GO!, Fritz, and STEMxChange scholarship programs are still accepting applications. International students as well as students who are in the process of declaring a Humanities and Social Sciences major, but whose major will not be formally recognized by the Registrar’s Office until spring quarter can still apply for the Fritz…

Out in Public Summit

Out in Public is a student group of the Evan School of Public Policy and Governance. We are once again hosting a one day seminar to discuss topics and issues pertaining to the LGBTQIA community through the lens of the public sector. The event will feature panel discussions on Intersecting Identities, Health Care, and Career…

UW Summer Field Course – Sustainable Water in a Wet Region

ENGINEERING WASHINGTON: Sustainable Water in a Wet Region Applications Due Feb 15. (all majors, all levels) Apply Here: https://studyabroad.washington.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=11553 – How is water all connected as “One Water”? – How can different water management sectors work together toward common goals? – How would a “One Water” approach impact choices made for wastewater treatment, stormwater management,…

FIUTS CulturalFest International Expo

We are very excited to welcome you at the annual FIUTS CulturalFest International Expo, the largest international event on campus. Join UW students presenting aspects of their culture through music, dance, snacks, conversation, and interactive activities – this year features 45 different cultural booths! CulturalFest is the biggest celebration of the diversity and talent of…

Seattle Department of Neighborhoods – Apply for the Community Involvement Commission

Do you have ideas about how our City government can better engage with residents? Do you want to be a catalyst for positive change in your community? We have a new opportunity that could help you reach those goals! We are looking for people from all over Seattle to step up and help guide the…

Premera Business Continuity Internship

As an Intern for Premera, you will work on challenging and exciting projects that contribute to some key initiatives. Our program gives you the opportunity to apply your passion and classroom knowledge while working side-by-side with leaders in the industry, participate in team-building excursions, and build your business acumen with networking events. Oh, and not…

Environmental Health Spring Classes

Living Future Scholarships – Due February 15th

ILFI has created a scholarship fund with the expressed intention to attract traditionally under-represented communities to the conference. When AIA last surveyed their membership, only 10% of AIA members were from communities of color. We’re hoping to add diverse voices and perspective to our conference because we believe it is the best interest of the…

RainWise Internship

Position Description: This unpaid internship is an opportunity to be a part of the successful outreach team for the RainWise Program in Seattle. The RainWise Program is a joint effort between King County and Seattle Public Utilities to encourage Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) at private properties through a rebate. This position will assist developing and…

James Madison Fellowship

James Madison Fellowship – Information Session for UW students Monday, Jan. 30, 5:30pm Miller Hall room 112 RSVP to let us know you plan to attend, though drop-ins are very welcome: https://expo.uw.edu/expo/rsvp/event/681   The James Madison Fellowship awards scholarships to college seniors and those who have earned a bachelor’s but do not yet have teaching…

Jane Elliot at Seattle Children’s Hospital Wright Auditorium

Exploration Seminar in London – August 20th to September 16th

Global Health + Justice – Spring Quarter

Law 305 spring 2017 Global Health and Justice Instructor: Beth E. Rivin, M.D., M.P.H. This newly revised undergraduate course explores leading issues in global health and the human right to health. Specifically, it focuses on injustices that occur around the world resulting in disease, disability and death. Using a justice framework, the course will consider…

Mortar Board Membership Applications – Due February 24th

The University of Washington’s Tolo Chapter of Mortar Board is currently inviting students in their junior year (or equivalent in credits) and seniors with a graduation date no sooner than the end of fall quarter of 2017 to apply for Tolo Chapter’s 2017/2018 class. Mortar Board is a national honor society recognizing college seniors for…

N2N Job Opportunity – Consultant

The Neighbor to Neighbor (N2N) consultant opportunity is posted on the Seattle Foundation website. We seek a consultant to support and sustain relationships with diverse communities, the N2N Advisory Committee and Seattle Foundation (SeaFdn) as a whole. Experience and relationships in one or more of our focus communities (Kent, White Center or South Seattle) is preferred….

Croatia Design/Build Studio – Aug.14th to Sept.14th

Environmental Career Fair – February 22nd

Let’s Talk – Drop-in Consultation with Counselor

What is Let’s Talk? Let’s Talk is a program that connects UW students with support from experienced counselors from the Counseling Center and Hall Health Center, without an appointment. Counselors hold drop-in hours at two sites on campus. Talking with a counselor can help provide insight, solutions, and information about other resources. Let’s Talk drop-in…

UW Study Abroad in Tanzania

Critical Perspectives on Ecotourism Early Fall: in-country dates August 22 – September 18, 2017 Eligibility: open to graduate and undergraduate students in all majors on all UW campuses Application Deadline: March 1 (decision within two weeks) Information Sessions:  Tuesday, January 24, 4:00-5:00PM, UW Bothell, UW1-361  Monday, January 30, 3:00-4:00PM, UW Bothell, UW1-361 Wednesday, February 8,…

National + State Campus Compact Awards

The Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center, in partnership with the Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships, and Awards, is pleased to offer a new set of scholarship and award opportunities for students engaged in community-centered service and advocacy. Please forward this email widely to your student lists, and visit our Campus Compact Award application web…

Enrichment Opportunity – City of Seattle Participatory Budgeting Program

The “Your Voice, Your Choice” program is an innovative initiative that directly engages Seattle residents in civic decision making by allocating funding to neighborhood improvement projects brainstormed by local individuals. Generally referred to as participatory budgeting, “Your Voice, Your Choice” is a democratic program wherein individuals directly decide how to spend a portion of the…

Job Opportunity – Regional Planner, WSDOH Office of Drinking Water

We are hiring a Regional Planner in our Southwest Regional Office near Olympia, Washington. View the announcement at http://tinyurl.com/DOH3518.

PLACES Event – King Street Station, January 25th

PLACES: King Street Station #ArtsAboard Tour PLanning Activity and Continuing Education Series Wednesday, January 25th @ 4:00 PM Please join us on a tour of the upper floors of King Street Station, currently under redevelopment, on Wednesday, January 25th, from 4:00pm to 5:00pm. Seattle’s Office of Arts and Culture, in collaboration with the Seattle Department…

Exploration Seminar – Peru

Island County Current Use/Code Enforcement Planner – Job Opportunity

Island County has a full time job opening on Camano Island, WA for a combined Current Use/ Code Enforcement Planner, to see the full job description click on the link below. https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/islandcounty

Certificate of International Studies in Business Program – Info Sessions

Are you interested in business, language and culture? If so, apply to the Foster School’s nationally-ranked undergraduate Certificate of International Studies in Business Program (CISB) and get the competitive edge you need to succeed in this interconnected business world! CISB, an intensive supplement to the Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, gives you the academic…

Science Job + Internship Fair – February 1st

Are you an undergraduate science student at the UW – physical sciences, biological sciences, environmental sciences, ChemE or BioE, social sciences, and looking for a part-time, full-time, and/or an internship opportunity? You don’t want to miss the annual Science Job & Internship Fair! Seattle Campus Science Job & Internship Fair Wednesday, February 1st, 2017 2:00-5:00pm,…

Scholarship Strategy Sessions – Search, Draft, Apply!

Connect with the Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards to plan your search, draft your application and apply for scholarship and fellowship opportunities! Check out any of these workshops to get started: Scholarships 101: First & Second Year Students Perfect for 1st and 2nd year students! Designed for students early in their UW career,…

Huskies on the Hill!

Join ASUW for our annual ‘Huskies on the Hill’ lobby day at the Washington State Capitol! Now more than ever it is important to be sharing your story. There are legislators that want to raise tuition, limit funding for the State Need Grant, restrict resources for sexual assault survivors, and control who can pee and…

UW Undergraduate Research Symposium – Visual Arts + Design Showcase

The UW Undergraduate Research Symposium welcomes submissions for its Visual Arts & Design Showcase. The Undergraduate Research Symposium is one of the largest events of its kind nationwide, with more than 1,000 students presenting their scholarly work through posters, talks, artistic performances and now in its third year, an art and design exhibit. We are…

GREEN Program – Fukushima, Japan

Introducing our brand NEW GREEN Program: Fukushima, Japan Disaster Mitigation & Nuclear to Renewable Transitions August 3 – 12, 2017 Passionate about short-term, experiential education for our world’s most pressing issues in sustainable development, here at The GREEN Program, we are eager to share an exciting “new year, new me” update with you:

Transit Safety Internship

WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, one of the world’s leading engineering and professional services consulting firms, provides services designed to transform the built environment and restore the natural one. The firm’s expertise ranges from environmental remediation and urban planning, to engineering iconic buildings and designing sustainable transport networks, to developing the energy sources of the future…

Foreign Affairs IT Fellowship

The Washington Center is pleased to announce an exciting new program through its operating partnership with the U.S. Department of State: the 2017 Foreign Affairs Information Technology (IT) Fellowship. The Foreign Affairs IT Fellowship was launched by the State Department to address its growing need for technology expertise in the field of diplomacy, in addition…

Study Abroad in France – Information Sessions

Come find out about our UW Study abroad programs (now recruiting)! Our French and Italian Studies and Comparative Literature programs are a wonderful opportunity to continue your education with UW while studying in France and earning UW credits. Attend our upcoming information sessions: Monday, January 23rd, 6:00-7:30pm in Communications 120 Monday, January 30th 4:30-6:00pm in…

Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Food Systems

Portland State University is now offering a new Graduate Certificate. The Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Food Systems offers students from a range of academic and professional backgrounds the opportunity to explore the complex issues and relationships between food, people, and society. The flexible program draws on faculty expertise from departments across campus and allows students…

Diversity Career Fair

There are more than 100 companies participating in the fair.  These companies are activey recruiting, which means there will be many opportunities for UW students from all majors to connect with employers about jobs and internships.   JOBS! INTERNSHIPS! FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL UW STUDENTS! DON’T MISS OUT! What: Diversity Career Fair When:  Thursday, January…

Disability Inclusive Study Abroad Workshop

Disability Resources for Students (DRS) has an upcoming workshop.  This workshop is for students, faculty, and staff interested in: Practical advice for students with disabilities planning to study abroad Ways that faculty and staff can design study abroad experiences to be fully inclusive Rights and resources for reasonable accommodation available from UW Learning about making…

Job Opportunity – The UW Farm Staff

The UW Farm is hiring for three undergraduate student staff positions for the 2017 growing season. Please help us spread the word! See attached description or this link to our website for more details–feel free to share it widely

Stroum Center Opportunity Grants

Learn more about Stroum Center Opportunity Grants Opportunity Grants are designed to support study abroad or language immersion programs related to Jewish Studies, Israel Studies or Sephardic Studies.   Applications for experiences taking place in Summer/Spring 2017 are due March 1, 2017. The amount per grant is up to $1500. Multiple grants are available.   Funding is also available…

Study Abroad – Paris, Fall 2017

We are pleased to announce that applications will soon be open for the Comparative Literature Study Abroad Program in Paris, Fall Quarter 2017 (October 1 to December 3).  This interdisciplinary program offers students a unique opportunity to earn 15 UW credits while living and studying in one of the most vibrant and beautiful cities in the…

2017 Student Scholarship Program for US Sustainability Conference

US SIF:  The Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment is delighted to announce that we are now accepting applications for the Peter DeSimone Student Scholarship Program.  This program enables up to ten undergraduate or graduate students who are committed to or interested in a career in sustainable investment to receive scholarships to cover the registration…

Diversity Career Fair – January 26th

The Washington Bus – Fellowship Intern

2017 is here and we are getting ready to take the state by storm as we recruit for our 2017 Fellowship class! We are currently on the search for a Fellowship Intern to help create another kick-ass class of fellows! If you are interested, or know of someone who is, take a look at the…

Study Abroad – Ecuador

GWSS faculty invite you to explore Summer B term in Quito, Ecuador called “Sumak Kawsay: Well-Being, “Race,” and Gender in Ecuador/Feminista Movements, Feminista Musics in Ecuador. Please see description below. Info sessions will be held on 1/24, 3:30 in Mary Gates Hall 211B or 2/3, 12:30 in Mary Gates Hall 211.   Sumak Kawsay: Well-Being, “Race,”…

FLAS Fellowship Info Sessions

Interested in studying a foreign language and learning about different cultures? FLAS Fellowships award $7,500-$33,000 to UW students studying foreign languages. (Available to current and incoming undergraduate, graduate and professional UW students who are U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents). Applications now open! Due January 31, 2017 at 5 PM PST. For more information and to apply, visit jsis.washington.edu/advise/funding/flas/ UPCOMING FLAS…

UW Study Abroad – Summer and Fall 2017

Thinking about studying abroad this summer or next year? Now is the time to apply!Here is a list of programs with deadlines coming soon. Visit our website and check out the information below to learn how you can make your Husky Experience global with UW Study Abroad. Deadlines University Exchanges – January 17  Summer Programs –…

UAA Peer Adviser Application

The time has come to hire next year’s UAA Peer Advisers! The catalyst application is now open and will close on February 3rd. The application can be found at this Catalyst link: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/kylaek/320684 There will be four information sessions starting this week: January 10, 4-5pm, MGH 258 January 12, 4-5pm, MGH 258 January 18, 4-5pm, MGH…

Winter Scholarship Workshops for Undergraduates

Winter Scholarship Workshops for Undergraduates: Learn more & sign up at http://expd.uw.edu/scholarships/workshops Scholarships 101: Search & Apply with a Competitive Edge *Perfect for 1st and 2nd year undergrads! Designed for students early in their UW career, this introductory workshops provides students with information to begin their scholarship search and develop a competitive edge for merit…

Standing Together – Tribal Canoe Journey Field Study, British Columbia

Summer 2017 B-term Dates of Instruction: 7/20/17 – 8/19/17 Application Deadline: 2/15/17 Standing Together: Tribal Canoe Journey Field Study at Cape Mudge and Campbell River, British Columbia is a response to the official invitation from the We Wai Kai and We Wai Kum Nations of British Columbia, presented at the Paddle to Nisqually this year at the…

UW Undergraduate Research Symposium – Applications Open!

The application for the 20th Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium is now open!  The Sym­po­sium will be held on May 19, 2017 in Mary Gates Hall. The Symposium is a celebration of undergraduate accomplishments in research, scholarship, and creative expression in all academic disciplines.  Students may present their research either in a poster, an oral presentation session,…

QBall! – Friday, January 13th

Come to the Queer Student Commission’s 4th annual QBall! Student run and student loved, we invite all people to come and remember that we are here, we are queer, and we’re not going anywhere! TIME: Doors open 6:30PM on Friday, January 13th PLACE: HUB Lyceum WHAT: Performers, dancing (optional) and food! WHO: YOU! Dress Code: Anything Goes! (please…

Job Opportunity – Sound Transit, Community Outreach Specialist

Sound Transit CUSTOMER OUTREACH SPECIALIST Job #17-00957 SALARY: $53,894.00 – $67,368.00 Annually OPENING DATE: 01/11/17 CLOSING DATE: 01/25/17, 5:00 PM GENERAL PURPOSE: The Customer Outreach Specialist plans, coordinates, and oversees customer/rider-focused outreach strategies designed to increase awareness of Sound Transit’s services in their assigned territory, including Snohomish County, North King County and East King County….

UW Farm Student Staff Internship Position

2017 UW Student Farm Staff Positions The University of Washington Farm (UW Farm) is a student-run farm on the UW-Seattle campus. The mission of the UW Farm is to be the campus center for the practice and study of urban agriculture and sustainability, and an educational, community-oriented resource for people who want to learn about…

Mother Nature Programs – Internship Opportunity

The Mother Nature Programs are interested in providing internship opportunities for CEP students. They host nature camps, classes, school field trips, family nature walks and more, all at Warren G. Magnuson Park. They have had a partnership with the UW Pipeline Tutor Program which has brought outstanding students to assist with field trip programs over…

Lead for Overland – Info Session January 27th

This summer join the dynamic, accomplished and charismatic group of Overland leaders who help kids see the world and all of its beauty and promise. Overland hires exceptional college students and recent graduates to lead summer programs across the country and around the world. Our staff of nearly 200 leaders and support staff spend ten…

International Exchange Program Fund + Killam Fellowships Program – Applications Open!

$10,000 for undergrads in awards! The Corbett British Columbia-Washington International Exchange Program Fund provides an opportunity for undergraduate students at the University of Washington to spend two semesters at the University of British Columbia or University of Victoria; and for students from the University of British Columbia and University of Victoria to spend three quarters…

Job Opportunity – EnviroIssues

We are currently seeking applications for a SR 520 Communications Associate. The job opportunity is detailed in the PDF HERE. We also have all of the information on our website at www.enviroissues.com/jobs. Contact Alecia Duane at aduane@enviroissues.com or (206) 269-5041 if you have any questions.

UWAA Programs for Students

Go on a Career Trek Apply by Feb. 1. Make your spring break count with career exploration trips to the Bay Area (March 19-22) and Washington D.C. (March 22-25)! Learn from pros at top companies and explore a new city with classmates. BE ADVENTUROUS Get free business cards Apply by Feb. 14. When you’re on…

SDOT Wayfinding Opportunity

There’s a potential opportunity at the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) for students to help inform a wayfinding project. It would involve helping to do qualitative surveys downtown. The hope is to be working on this in Winter and/or Spring quarter of 2017. If you are interested, contact Lizzie Moll (Lizzie.Moll@seattle.gov) or Aditi Kambuj (Aditi.Kambuj@seattle.gov)!

Q Winteruption – Crafts + Social, February 13th

The Q Center and the Queer Faculty Staff and Allies Association invite you to our annual Q Winteruption: Valentine’s Eve Craft and Chill Social! Date: Monday, February 13, 2017 Time: 4:00 – 6:00 PM Location: Q Center (HUB 315) Since it’s Valentine’s Eve, we’ll provide craft supplies for you to make cards for your loved…

RainWise Internship – Winter 2017

For Winter and Spring quarter, Urban Systems Design is looking for an intern to help with our RainWise outreach work in Seattle. The job will be about 12-25 hours per week and include some weekend and evening event outreach (tabling at events, etc.) We are looking for a highly capable person who can work independently…

Friday Harbor Labs Info Session – Spring/Summer Quarter 2017

Spend spring or summer quarter studying at the UW’s marine field station in the San Juan Islands. Get started by attending the following info session: INFO SESSION: Spring and Summer Quarter at Friday Harbor When: Tuesday 1/17, 10:30 – 11:30 AM Where: Marine Sciences Building Room 123 RSVP: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/jkob/320432 Learn more about what spending a…

Hall Health Mental Health – Winter Quarter Groups 2017

1. Relationship and Life Skills Group: Thursdays 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Explore common signs of anxiety and learn how to approach the anxiety in your life and situations you tend to avoid. If you are interested in learning more about the group, please contact facilitators Chia-Wen Moon at chiawen@uw.edu 2. Beginning Mindfulness Meditation Group: Wednesdays…

Undocu Ally Training

Leadership Without Borders (LWB), founded on 2014 by staff at the Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center, is dedicated to work with our campus and at large community to build a comprehensive pathway for undocumented students’ access and success at our university and beyond. As part of this work, LWB established the Undocu Ally Training & Education…

Mary Gates Scholarships

The Mary Gates Endowment for Students is currently accepting scholarship applications.  Mary Gates Scholarships provide $5,000 ($2,500 per quarter for two quarters) for students to pursue leadership or research projects.  These scholarships benefit students in the current academic year, and are open to all UW undergraduate students regardless of class year, major, residency status, or…

Winter Course: The Ongoing Psychological Colonization of Indigenous Peoples

Winter 2017 AIS 475 B The Ongoing Psychological Colonization of Indigenous Peoples Instructor: Stephanie Fryberg MW 11:30 – 1:20 pm Historical practices mandated the cultural assimilation and colonization of North American Indigenous peoples, but according to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars, the inevitable legacy of colonialism is likely to influence every aspect of the lives…

Job Opportunity – Friends of Waterfront Seattle

Friends is hiring for a part-time position (with the potential to be an internship for the right candidate) that could be ideal for a student in the Department of Urban Design and Planning. Please see description below.

Job Opportunity – Document Production + Marketing Coordinator, MAKERS

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Job Opportunity – GIS Analyst, BERK

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Winter 2017 Employer-led Workshop Series

We will have five companies presenting in our lobby over the course of January and February, on a variety of career related topics. All workshops take place in Mary Gates Hall 134, run from 12:30-1:20pm and are open to everyone. Wednesday, Jan. 18th: Target presents How to Talk With a Recruiter Thursday, Jan 26th: Dropbox…

Food Equity and Population Health – Winter 2017

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Design Workshop is Recruiting

On behalf of Design Workshop, an international landscape architecture, land planning, urban design and strategic services firm, we’re pleased to announce that we are recruiting for an experienced design and planning professional in our Austin, TX office (application deadline 11:59pm MST on January 4, 2017) and an experienced design and planning professional in our Chicago,…

Leadership Seminar – Winter 2017

EE 400 A (soon to be called EE 492) is a 1 credit seminar where alumni have returned to share their experiences and perspectives about their pathway to industry. It’s a great way to get exposed to EE industry and the major. This course is open to all majors at all levels. SLN 13651 Friday…

Teaching to Change the World – Winter 2017

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Wellness + Resilience for College and Beyond – Winter 2017

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Males of Color – Winter 2017

Males of Color: Wellness and Educational Achievement Open to all undergraduate students

Study Abroad with Honors

Summer is just around the corner! Well, not really, but it’s not too early to start planning your summer travels. The Honors Program has seven programs this summer, browse them here: http://depts.washington.edu/uwhonors/international/. Each program is unique and offers an opportunity for exploration, personal growth, new friends, and profound learning. Study abroad will change you and…

The Washington Bus is hiring!

Hello! This is Katie Stultz, a 2012 Alum from CEP. I am going to be stepping away from my current role at The Washington Bus, and I would love to share the upcoming job opportunities with the CEP community. The Washington Bus shares many of the same core values of community, leadership and social justice….

University of Alberta MSc Planning Program – Applications Open!

The University of Alberta in Canada is pleased to announce the launch of a new course-based Master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning. Rooted in the idea of planning for resiliency, the program focuses on land use planning and policy development to enhance community resilience to economic, social, and environmental challenges. The program emphasises the…

2017 Multicultural Undergraduate Internships at the Getty Foundation – Applications Open!

The application for 2017 Multicultural Undergraduate Internships at the Getty is now live. Our 10-week paid internships aim to give students work experiences in areas such as curatorial, conservation, education, publications, and public programs – all on site at the Getty Center and Villa! Find out more about our program and start your application. Applications…

American Indian Studies Courses – Winter 2017

AIS 350: Two-Dimensional Art of the NW Coast Indians 5 cr. VLPA Instructor: Marvin Oliver WF 1:30-3:20 Studio course emphasizes principles of structure and style of two-dimensional art which can be found on many old, traditional Northwest Coast pieces, such as painted storage boxes and chests, house panels, and ceremonial screens. Students apply these principles…

Unions, Labor + Civil Rights in CA and the PNW – Winter 2017

There are plenty of seats currently available in CHSTU 354: Unions, Labor & Civil Rights in California and the Pacific Northwest, which fulfills VLPA/I&S/DIV requirements. Prof. Erasmo Gamboa, who has taught the course for many years will not be teaching it this year; the instructor will therefore be Guadalupe Gamboa, a graduate of UW’s law…

Dance Marathon at UW – January 21st

Join us on Saturday, January 21st, for the biggest dance event at the University of Washington! All UW students are invited to attend Dance Marathon as we fundraise for Seattle Children’s Hospital. The HUB doors open at 1 pm and we dance all day long, until 9 pm. It’s only $10 to register, and every…

Pacific Northwest Tribes and the Environment – Winter 2017

This course is open to students from all majors and has no prerequisites. AIS 275 B: Pacific Northwest Tribes and the Environment Instructor: Michael Tulee 5 credits I&S (NW by request to elissaw@uw.edu) MW 5:30 – 7:20 pm This course examines what roles tribes are taking in responding to ongoing environmental issues. We will explore…

Social Work Courses – Winter 2017

Soc W 516: The Research Base for Prevention Science: Children and Adolescents SLN: 20026 Th 6-8:50pm (Interested graduate students can self-register) The U.S. Children’s Bureau campaign to reduce infant mortality from 1912-1930 used epidemiological data to identify needs and home visiting to strengthen families, and is arguably unparalleled in scope and popular support of any…

Study Abroad – 2017 Husky Presidential Ambassadors Leadership Institute

Want to study abroad in China, explore cultural perspectives of leadership and connect with incoming international students?  Consider the Husky Presidential Ambassador Leadership Institute Exploration Seminar! Visit the Study Abroad website to learn more. Application deadline is February 15. Program Description The Husky Presidential Ambassadors (HPA) Leadership Institute is a unique opportunity for a cohort…

2017-18 Mortar Board Alumni/Tolo Foundation – Applications Open!

Applications from outstanding University of Washington students for the 2017-2018 Mortar Board Alumni/Tolo Foundation scholarships are now being accepted. Students from all fields of study are invited to apply. Scholarship applicants do not need to be members of Mortar Board. The Mortar Board Alumni/Tolo Foundation awards more than $40,000 in total scholarships to University of Washington students annually. Mortar Board Alumni/Tolo Foundation is the alumni branch of Mortar…

Sociology Courses – Winter 2017

A few courses the Sociology department will be offering next quarter. SOC 201: Power, Inequality and Markets SOC 215: Intro to Urban Sociology SOC 353: Families in Cross-Cultural Perspectives SOC 371: Criminology SOC 401A: Disability in Popular Culture (crosslisted with DIS ST) Please feel free to ask SOC advising any questions you may have.

Internship Fair – Volunteer Opportunity

The Career and Internship Center is looking to recruit volunteers for the upcoming 2017 Internship Fair on Thursday, February 16th, 2017 from 2-6pm in HUB Ballrooms. We have shifts available from 8am-7pm, with a minimum time commitment of 2 hours. WHY VOLUNTEER? The Internship Fairis one of the best ways to network with employers. We will have over 80 employers…

American Indian Studies Winter Course – Researching Indians’ History

AIS 370: Researching Indians’ History 5 cr. I&S Instructor: Sasha Harmon MW 1:30 – 3:20 A hands-on research seminar, introducing students to various library and archival sources of information about American Indian history (Northwest focus) and to the challenges of interpreting them and using them in historical accounts. Interested and curious students are encouraged to talk…

Call for ArchDaily Interns – Spring 2017

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Volunteer/Intern Program in Costa Rica with Macaw Lodge

The Macaw Lodge in Costa Rica is an ecolodge located in a magnificent and unique place, with huge biodiversity. For three years, the lodge has received visitors from all around the world who are interested in nature, zen, and healthy living. Macaw Lodge has several projects underway, many of them based on reaching self-sufficiency, therefore,…

Comparative Religion Courses – Winter 2017

JSIS C 201 – Religions of the World: Western Traditions (Winter only) JSIS C 330 – The Sages: Foundations of Classical Judaism JSIS C 412 – Gnosticism and Early Christianity JSIS A 404 – Religion in China JSIS 484 – Religion in Korea: Shamanism, Buddhism, and Christianity NEAR E 320/JSIS C 489 – Prayer and…

Alternative Spring Break 2017

Intern Search to host Pipeline Drop In Hours Hello People of Pipeline! We’re always on the hunt to find ways to better support our tutors in volunteering through Pipeline. We are planning on hosting late night drop-in hours (5pm-8pm) for Winter Quarter and beyond to help new tutors get adjusted to volunteering with us. In…

RE 350 – Intro to Real Estate

Course Description This is an introductory course and does not assume any previous knowledge of real estate. The mixture of fundamental concepts with expert guest speakers and discussions on real estate related news allows students to understand the workings of the real estate industry in more depth and prepares them for further study of the…

GRE Prep Course Resource

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Pickering Fellowships – Applications Open!

Now more than ever, the US needs foreign service officers who reflect the diverse US population, and there are several scholarship programs that support underrepresented students considering that career path. The Thomas R. Pickering Fellowship is one of those programs, and is currently accepting applications. Please share with students you may know who have an…

Arts, Humanities + Social Sciences – Beinecke Scholarship for Graduate Study

The UW application for nomination for the Beinecke Scholarship for graduate study in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is now open!  The scholarship provides $30,000 to be used for graduate school and $4,000 immediately prior to entering graduate school.   Current junior-level, U.S. citizen students who plan to enter a master’s or doctoral program in…

Master of Social Work Open House – February 13th

Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare (BASW)  – February 13th Open House, and winter info sessions The Open House (Monday, Feb. 13th from 6:00-7:30 p.m.) offers guests an opportunity to meet current BASW students and professors, hear from faculty speakers about the program and admission process, ask questions, and enjoy free food.  See the admissions…

Wellness and Resilience Course

EDUC 300B: Wellness & Resilience for College & Beyond.  Dr. James Mazza’s class has been expanded to a 200 student capacity to help provide more support and resources to students.  Content will include Mindfulness, Emotional Regulation, Relationship building, Distress tolerance and Resiliency development.  

Green Building Internship

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Participate in a Student Experiment with UW IHMPR

Participate in an experiment (1hr) and get $25 compensation! (please spread the word!! we need 150 people) The UW Institute for Hazards Mitigation and Planning Research is studying people’s interpretation of graphical displays for tornado warnings. You will view 24 severe storm displays and answer questions about how you would respond to each of them….

Study Abroad – Greece

This is a wonderful study abroad opportunity for those wanting to learn about Greece AND continue your undergraduate credits. The prerequisite course is taken Winter Quarter, JSIS A 240 (SLN #22315) Greece Today:  The Mediterranean, Europe, and the World for 5 credits, then the Spring break study will provide an additional credit – 6 credits…

SEFS 521 C – Planning for Land Acquisition for Wildlife in Washington State

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INFX 598 A/B – Digital Media & Community Development

INFX 598 A/B: Digital Media & Community Development Winter 2017 | T/Th 3:30-5:30pm Dr. Negin Dahya The Information School   The focus of this course is to explore the role of digital and social media in the global exchange of information, with a focus on visual culture, digital and social media. The course explores the…

ENV H 446/546 – Hazardous Waste & Public Health

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EDUC 401B – Race and Equity in Elementary School

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Healthy Ways to Respond to Stressful Student Life – NURS 204

NURS 204 Learning Wellness: Healthy Ways to Respond to Stressful Student Life Winter Quarter 2017 This course is open to all students across departments. Come learn what to do when you’re stressed out! You’ll learn about self-care and other tools from top experts on health, wellness and self-care. We’ll examine the intimate connections of body,…

UW Supplier Diversity Team Opportunity

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Job Opportunity – Data/GIS Intern, City of Seattle

Position Description: Seattle Department of Transportation is seeking an Undergraduate or Graduate level student intern to work with the Street Use Division’s GIS and Data team and HUB coordination program. This position will assist a team of 3 GIS and Data professionals by helping organize program files, align processes, provide maps and analysis for Street…

Place and Displacement – Architecture + Public Administration Competition

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Sustainability Studio Student Presentations

This term’s topic is Socially Responsible Purchasing. This year’s presentations will run from 11:30 am to 1:20 pm on December 8 in the Wallace Hall Commons. This term’s projects/client partners include: Supplier Diversity at UW – who are we missing? Team assessed current supplier partnerships at UW, looking at where and who our WMBE contracts…

CAUSE Leadership Academic 2017 – Applications Open!

CAUSE (Center for Asian Americans United for Self Empowerment) is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit, nonpartisan, community-based organization with a mission to advance the political empowerment of the Asian Pacific American community through voter registration and education, community outreach, and leadership development. We are looking for students to apply for our summer internship program called CAUSE…

EDUC 401H – Miseducation of the Filipinx

Miseducation of the Filipinx:  History, Decolonization, and Action EDUC 401H Thursdays 2:30-3:50pm Dalya Perez dalyap@uw.edu Kriya Velasco kriyaissa@gmail.com Ang hindi lumingon sa pinanggalingan ay ‘di makararating sa paroroonan. (One who ignores the past arrives nowhere). -Filipino proverb Did you know that Filipino-Americans are the second largest Asian-American group in the United States? Why then do we know…

Forefront Suicide Prevention Fundraiser

Forefront advances innovative approaches to suicide prevention through policy change, professional training, campus- and school-based interventions, media outreach, and support for persons affected by suicide. Please join us at our annual event and fundraiser to honor the role each of us can play in preventing suicide. Hear stories from champions of the cause, share in…

CHID Winter Courses – Register Now!

See below for a variety of CHID courses offered Winter 2017! Courses that are 300-level and above can count for CEP Methods credits.

Husky Leadership Initiative – Winter 2017

The Husky Leadership Initiative wanted to let you know about two leadership development opportunities happening this winter quarter: the Emerging Leaders Retreat and our Leadership Firesides course (GEN ST 391 I). Please see below for details, and contact us at uwhli@uw.edu with any questions. EMERGING LEADERS RETREAT Are you hoping to explore your leadership potential?…

Biophilic Design Internship

BACKGROUND + SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY The International Living Future Institute (ILFI) seeks an exceptional intern to support the Biophilic Design Initiative. ILFI is a creative, high-impact organization whose mission is to lead and support the transformation toward communities that are socially just, culturally rich and ecologically restorative. The successful candidate must have strong research and…

Link Light Rail Station Planning + Design Studio ft. David Blum – Register Now!

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Job Opportunity – Administrative Assistant, MICEC City of Mercer Island

The Mercer Island Community and Event Center (MICEC) Administrative Assistant is a vital position that uses a variety of customer service skills to support the administrative functions of the Mercer Island Community and Event Center and Parks & Recreation Department as a whole. The MICEC Administrative Assistant is responsible for supporting three general areas for…

Housing Affordability + Livability Workshops and Presentation

RNA – Land Use Academy – Livability & HALA: Sat. Dec. 10th, 10am-noon @ Calvary Christian Assembly 6801 Roosevelt Way NE (lower floor gym) Workshop & presentations on the HALA & zoning draft-plans; focusing on various aspects of the Roosevelt neighborhood Housing Affordability + Livability Presentation – NE Community Meeting: Tues Dec. 13th 6-8pm at…

Job Opportunity – CITIES Initiative Program Manager

The Nature Conservancy in Washington is currently seeking a talented individual to hire as a Program Manager for our CITIES initiative. This position will work in support of communities to bring nature into cities and towns across Puget Sound in ways that serve both people and the environment. Efforts that grow from partnerships will drive…

Upper-Level Fisheries Courses for Winter Quarter

FISH 464 Arctic Marine Vertebrate Ecology (4cr) – TTh 11:30-12:50, Th 1:30-2:50 or 3:00-4:20 Learn how Arctic marine ecosystems are structured and function, explore adaptations and challenges of upper-level Arctic marine predators, and find out how species and populations are affected by changes in the Arctic. NW, BIOL 180 prerequisite Instructor: Kristin Laidre (klaidre@uw.edu) FISH…

Focus on International Scholarships Week

Focus on International Scholarships Week – Nov. 14-18, 2016   Monday – Funding for Study Abroad: November 14, 3:30 p.m., MGH 171. RSVP to attend. Thinking about studying abroad and don’t know where to start or how to plan for it? Attend this info session to learn more about planning for study abroad and finding…

RE 350 Introduction to Real Estate – Register Now!

Winter 2017 RE 350: Introduction to Real Estate Mon & Wed, 2:00-3:20 pm Gould Hall room 114 Email bestm2@uw.edu for an add code Course Description This is an introductory course and does not assume any previous knowledge of real estate. The mixture of fundamental concepts with expert guest speakers and discussions on real estate related…

BE 220 Cities, Health, and Well-Being – Register Now!

A terrific new interdisciplinary class available Winter Quarter and open to all–especially welcoming freshmen and sophomores. B E 220 Cities, Health, and Well-Being SLN 22194 TTh 3:30 – 4:50 3 credits I&S B E 220 explores how cities contribute to health and well-being, including security, basic material needs, positive social relations, freedoms and choices. It…

Pipeline Seminars Winter 2017

Tutor at an elementary, middle or high school in Seattle during Winter Quarter with the UW Pipeline Project! The UW Pipeline Project recruits, trains and places UW students as volunteer tutors in Seattle schools and community organizations. The UW Pipeline team are recruiting tutors for Spring quarter to work with about 40 different schools, and would…

Carlson Center Undergraduate Community Based Internships (UCBI)

The Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center is excited to announce the second year of the Undergraduate Community Based Internship (UCBI) program! UCBI provides approximately 40 undergraduate students the opportunity to engage in paid community-based internship experiences with non-profit and public sector organizations accessible by public transportation during both winter and spring quarters. Internships begin…

China-Related Talks + Performances

“Writing systems of the Yi peoples of Southwest China: past and present” , Monday, November 14 from 12:00-1:00 pm, HUB 214. Professor Steve Harrell will talk about the magic of the Yi people’s systems for writing their own language which are not related to any other systems on earth while all other writing systems in…

Study Abroad in Cambodia – After the Genocide, Partners for Change

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Study Abroad – Leon, Spain

During Spring Quarter, the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies takes a group of motivated students to the city of Leon, Spain, to live with local families and study Spanish language at the University of Leon. Read more below!

UW English Writing Minor – New for Winter 2017

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CBE Students – Get Involved with the U District Partnership!

Urban Design Committee Meeting @ University Heights TUES 11/15 8:05-9:30 AM – Urban Design Committee Meeting @ University Heights Center (Room 209) Please join us for our second autumn Urban Design Committee meeting. We will discuss areas of interest surrounding the upcoming rezone in preparation for the Planning, Land Use, and Zoning Committee Public Hearing…

Undocu Ally Training

Leadership Without Borders (LWB), founded on 2014 by staff at the Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center, is dedicated to work with our campus and at large community to build a comprehensive pathway for undocumented students’ access and success at our university and beyond. As part of this work, LWB established the Undocu Ally Training & Education…

Student Startup Team Formation Event Nov. 9 & Dec. 1!

Don’t miss the next big opportunity to form a student startup team! Not quite convinced?  Watch how finding your people can lead to some incredible moments: Questions? Contact Terri Butler at tlbutler@uw.edu, Lauren Brohawn at brohal@uw.edu, or Amy Sallin at asallin@uw.edu

Health Professional School Seminar

The UAA Pre-Health Advising Team is excited to again offer our seminar on Applying to Health Professional School in winter. This seminar is for UW undergraduate students and alumni who are planning to apply in the current year to graduate-level health professional programs, such as dental, medical, optometry, pharmacy, or veterinary schools. Course content will build…

Study Abroad – Spring 2017 Writers in ROME

Led by English Department faculty Kevin Craft and Katharine Ogle, the program offers 15 credits in English and Creative Writing. Welcome all students. No experience in literary analysis or creative writing is presumed. Classes will be held at the University of Washington Rome Center at the 17th-century Palazzo Pio, situated in the vibrant center of the city’s historical…

Course – Understanding American Higher Education

This quarter Academic Support Programs will again offer the 2 credit, “mid-quarter start” class “Understanding American Higher Education” for international students. As a reminder the class is intended to help international students experiencing academic difficulty who may need to drop a class around (or before) mid-quarter but also need to stay in Visa status (12…

EPI 360: Exploring the HIV/AIDS Pandemi

UW Epidemiology is excited to offer the following undergraduate course for Winter 2017: EPI 360: Exploring the HIV/AIDS Pandemic Who gets HIV and how? How can HIV infection be prevented? How is HIV/AIDS treated? Lecture: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 3:30-4:50  |  Quiz: Friday, 1:30-2:20  |  5 credits  |  SLN 14579 Explore the historical, public health, clinical,…

Amazon Catalyst Funding Opportunity

Last year, the University of Washington teamed up with Amazon to create the Amazon Catalyst Fund – a new type of program that is helping UW students, faculty, and staff launch their big ideas. The program is open to all members of UW-Seattle, UW-Bothell, and UW-Tacoma, and provides mentorship, community, and funding of up to…

Winter Course – Sustainable Finance for Non-Business Majors

ESRM 321, Finance & Accounting From a Sustainability Perspective 5 credits | NW and I&S Course Website: https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/1099326/assignments/syllabus This is an online course (except for two mandatory in-person exam on 2.7 and 3.9, 4:30-6:50 pm, in 223 Anderson Hall) Overview: In ESRM 321, we explore two of the four primary business dimensions: finance and accounting…

College of the Environment Information Session + Webinar

Are you curious about how our planet works? Do you prefer to explore the world outside of the classroom? Do you want to create a sustainable tomorrow today? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might belong in the College of the Environment! Join us for an information session to learn…

Winter Course – Glaciers + Global Change

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FIUTS CulturalFest 2017 Performance Showcase + International Expo

Get Involved: FIUTS CulturalFest 2017 Performance Showcase + International Expo FIUTS CulturalFest is an annual community celebration of the diversity and vitality that international students bring to our region. Showcasing both the University of Washington’s global campus and its student leadership, CulturalFest features a full day of interactive cultural booths (February 10) and an evening…

Lecture – Black Protest beyond Democratic Sacrifice – BLM and the Memory of the Civil Rights Movement

Autumn Quarter Lecture Black Protest beyond Democratic Sacrifice: Black Lives Matter and the Memory of the Civil Rights Movement Professor Juliet Hooker Friday, November 18, 2016 3:00 – 4:30 p.m., SAV 260 Juliet Hooker is Associate Professor of Government and of African and African Diaspora Studies and the University of Texas, Austin. She is a…

One Health Day – November 3rd

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Winter Course – Construction + Culture

Offered in Winter quarter only, CM 250 covers the evolution of modern building construction with emphasis on the relationship between the projects that have been built over time and the people who build them. This class is open to all majors and recommended to students interested in: culture, history, economics, religion, technology, politics and built…

Winter Courses – Environmental Health

ENV H 418 / 518 Understanding and Managing the Health Risks of Climate Change (3) The health risks of climate change are multiple and range across the public health space. Addresses current and projected health risks of climate change and the policies and measures to manage these risks as the climate continues to change. Offered:…

2017 Bonderman Fellowship – Applications Open!

The 2017 Bonderman Fellowship application now available! Deadline: January 9, 2017, 12 noon (PST) The 2017 Bonderman Travel Fellowship application is now available and we encourage you to consider applying! This fellowship offers University of Washington graduate/professional and undergraduate students (from the Seattle, Tacoma, and Bothell campuses) an opportunity to engage in independent exploration and…

Climate Change Conversation – Deep Thinkers Needed!

CALLING ALL HUMANS! LET’S CONVENE ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE Global Challenges – Interdisciplinary Answers Tuesday, November 15, 2016 6:00 – 7:00 p.m., HUB North Ballroom RSVP HERE

Goldwater Scholarship + Sedlock Scholarship – Applications Open!

Sophomores and juniors engaged in research still have time to apply for the Goldwater Scholarship! The Goldwater Foundation seeks to attract outstanding students into research careers in any setting (academia, industry, etc.). Students engaged in research in fields of Chemistry, Computer and Information Sciences and Engineering, Engineering, Geosciences, Life Sciences, Materials Research, Mathematical Sciences, Physics…

Winter Course – The Human Experience of Place

LARCH 361 | 3 credit course | VLPA | I&S This course will explore the nature and nuances of interrelationships between people and their surroundings by examining an array of critical issues in environmental psychology. Here, the environment is broadly defined to include not only our physical surroundings (both natural and built) but also the…

Winter Course – Designing Landscapes in a Modern World

Designing Landscapes in a Modern World: History of Modern Landscape Architecture LARCH 353 | 5 credit course | VLPA | I&S | Writing

Students Supporting the Mass Transit Now! Campaign

Sound Transit Proposition 1 is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to connect Everatt to Tacoma and Seattle to Redmond with high capacity light rail, commuter rail, and new bus rapid transit and espress buses. Proposition 1 offers much needed relief from gridlock, and long-term investments in jobs, protects our environment, and provide seniors and people with disabilities…

ASUW Committee Updates

Interested in joining the ASUW? There’s plenty of ways to get involved, why not go to volunteer.asuw.org and see what’s interesting? Details for committees re-opening: Services & Activities Fee Committee This is the committee that decides what huge areas get funding directly from tuition dollars – Hall Health, ASUW, GPSS, D Center, ECC, HUB, Q Center,…

Study Abroad – Designing Cities for People on Bikes

Next summer, Professor Marc Schlossberg will be teaching a study abroad course on “Designing Cities for People on Bikes”, where the class will spend three weeks in Denmark, the Netherlands, and Sweden. Undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines are welcome, although only 15-17 students will be admitted.  Most students will also be eligible for…

Environmental Innovation Challenge Team Formation Nights

Team Formation Night starts Wednesday (Oct. 19th) for our three competitions: Health Innovation Challenge, Environmental Innovation Challenge, and Business Plan Competition. Join us this fall for one or more of our “Innovative? Team Formation Nights!” Upcoming Team Formation Nights: Wed, Oct 19, 5:30-7:00pm, HUB 145 Wed, Nov 2, 5:30-7:00pm, HUB 145 Wed, Nov 9, 5:30-7:30pm,…

Part-Time Job – International Admissions Assistant

Job Description Maintain a high volume of email correspondence with international undergraduate students, including freshmen and transfer prospective students, applicants, and students who are offered admission to the UW. Answer a variety of questions about international admission requirements, deadlines, application status, orientation programs, registering for classes, housing, student support services, UW student life, and much…

Hall Health Mental Health Fall Quarter Groups 2016

Mindfulness Meditation Follow-up Groups: Wednesdays and Thursdays from noon to 1:00 pm., Fridays from 12:30 to 1:30 pm.  Starting September 28, September 29, 2016 and October 7, 2016 respectively. Ongoing.  For those who are already familiar with mindfulness meditation and want to continue in an open, ongoing, weekly group.  An 8-week commitment is recommended.  Facilitated…

Construction Management Career Fair – November 1st

  THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT’S   Annual Career Fair Tuesday, NOVEMBER 1, 2016 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Student Union Building (HUB) North Ballroom Dress: Business casual. Bring copies of your resume!   ALL students are welcome!

Copenhagen – People Parameters for Public Space

Schulze+Grassov is a young Copenhagen-based studio of architects and landscape architects established by Louise Grassov and Oliver Schulze in 2013. Experts in the development of strategies and plans where the public realm forms a robust backbone for physical and cultural transformation, the firm creates remarkable places that invite people and communities to meet. In a…

Undergraduate Community-Based Internship Program

The Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center is excited to announce the second year of the Undergraduate Community Based Internship (UCBI) program! UCBI provides approximately 40 undergraduate students the opportunity to engage in paid community based internship experiences with non-profit and public sector organizations accessible by public transportation during both winter and spring quarters. Internships…

Critical Language Scholarship Program

The application for the 2017 Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program in fourteen critical foreign languages is now open! The CLS is a fully funded language immersion program that occurs during the summer for U.S. citizen undergraduate and graduate students. This year the languages are Arabic, Azerbaijani, Bangla, Chinese, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Punjabi, Russian,…

Plan2GO! Scholarship – Applications Open!

The Plan2GO! scholarship application is now open. The application deadline is December 1, 2016. The Plan2GO! scholarship awards up to $5,000 for students to participate in an exchange program with one of the UW’s partner institutions. Students who are nominated for this award have up to three years to use the funding so long as…

Natural Resources Science and Management Graduate Program at the University of Minnesota

Our program offers eight different tracks of study for students interested in the environmental sciences field: Assessment, Monitoring, and Geospatial Analysis; Economics, Policy, Management, and Society; Forest Hydrology and Watershed Management; Forest Products; Forests: Biology, Ecology, Conservation, and Management; Paper Science and Engineering; Recreation Resources, Tourism, and Environmental Education; and Wildlife Ecology and Management. You…

PennDesign Grad School Meet & Greet

The University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Design will be travelling to Seattle for a meet and greet reception on Thursday evening, October 27th. The event will be posted by Mithun and sponsored by PennDesign Admissions and the PennDesign Alumni Association. Students will have the opportunity to meet and speak with PennDesign alumni, faculty, and…

Lecture – Upholding the Beloved Community, Advancing a Just and Equitable Transition to a Low Carbon World

Justice is in the air – join us for Upholding the Beloved Community: Advancing a Just and Equitable Transition to a Low Carbon World. Mon. Nov 7, 2016 | 7:30 p.m. | Kane Hall 120 | FREE When the effects of unchecked resource extraction and development are weighed, the burdens fall heavier on communities already…

UW Study Abroad Fair – November 8th

The UW Study Abroad Fair is only 3 weeks away! Join us on Tuesday, November 8th from 10:00-2:00 in the HUB Ballroom to learn more about the wide array of study and international internship opportunities, attend information sessions and connect with study abroad alumni. With over 500 program offerings in 75 countries, financial aid and…

2017 Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship

Hart Howerton Travel Fellowship Program Background: In 2006, Hart Howerton began an educational initiative to fund a select number of Fellowship positions for students at design schools. Each summer, Fellowships allow the firm to employ students in planning, architecture and/or landscape architecture internships in our New York or San Francisco offices. The Fellowship also provides…

Winter Course – Asian Cities, Today and Tomorrow

JSIS 485A/URBDP 498A: ASIAN CITIES – Today and Tomorrow Winter 2017, 3 Credits, T/Th 12:30-1:20 This course examines current themes relating to rapid urbanization in Asia. With enormous diversity within its sub-regions, Asia and its cities such as Mumbai, Shanghai, Manila, and Jakarata, are home to some of the richest businessmen in the world while…

Study Abroad in London

Are you interested in studying abroad in London this Spring? Come to the information session this Friday to learn more about the English Department’s long-running (since 1986!) Spring in London program. Students from all majors and all UW campuses are welcome to apply. Apply online through the Study Abroad website. Application Deadline: November 15, 2016…

One Heart Source Internships and Programs

One Heart Source is currently accepting applications for our 2017 Experiential Learning Programs in Cape Town, South Africa and Jamaica. We are offering a variety of 2 and 4-week volunteer programs and internships next summer. As an OHS Volunteer/Intern you will: Gain international experience for graduate school and employment. Develop skills in international communication, mentorship…

Now Accepting Applications for 2017-18 Exchange Programs

Are you interested in studying Marine Biology in Australia? How about Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore? Or maybe Humanities at the University of Vienna? With over 50 exchange programs in 27 countries, UW has numerous overseas opportunities with coursework available in a variety of majors. Most of the exchanges are available as…

$2,500 Funding Opportunity for Innovative Ideas

Do you have an idea that you think has commercial potential? Do you dream of starting a company sometime in the future? If your answers are yes, then the National Science Foundation I-Corps program may be right for you. Each I-Corps grant will provide $2,500 to eligible teams as they gain first-hand feedback from potential…

Winter Course – Universal Design for Online Learning

Universal design seeks to make online learning equitable, flexible, and accessible for all types of learners. In this course you will discover how principles of Universal Design can help you create course content that can be accessed and used by anyone, including people with disabilities. By the end of this course, you will have a…

Autumn Green Dot Trainings for Students

Green Dot Overview and Emotional First Aid UW GreenDot has exciting new trainings to support the work you are doing with students and your interactions with peers. The trainings will equip you with practical skills to be an active bystander. It will provide opportunities to learn, discuss, and practice intervention skills related to interpersonal violence…

Students – Become LEED Accredited!

LEED Green Associate Training When: October 26th 2016, 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Where: UW Seattle, Loew Hall, Room 102 Registration: http://leadinggreen.com/uwseattle Interested in getting involved in the Green Building Industry? Opportunities are plentiful in the field of sustainable design and LEED is at its forefront. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is simply…

Kevin Wilhelm – Book Signing

The UW Office of Sustainability has invited renowned author and consultant Kevin Wilhelm as he will be doing a book signing on his new acclaimed book “Sustainability Jobs: The Complete Guide to Landing Your Dream Green Job” on Friday, October 21st at the UW Sustainability Office in Gerberding B-40 from 11:30 – 1:30. The first…

Yale Forestry & Environmental Studies

A representative from the Office of Admissions at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (F&ES) will be visiting UW later this month to present about their master’s degree programs. Yale F&ES offers four master’s degrees in Forestry, Environmental Management, Environmental Science, and Forest Science. The first two programs are geared towards professional preparation…

Udall Scholarships – Applications Open!

The Udall Foundation offers a prestigious scholarship for undergraduate sophomores and juniors in any major seeking careers in: environmental fields, and American Indian and Alaska Native students seeking careers in Tribal Public Policy or Native Health Care. Applicants who are leading change on campus or in their communities are strongly encouraged to apply! Please feel…

GSBA Scholarship Fund – Applications Open!

GSBA Scholarship applications are now available. The GSBA Scholarship Fund awards educational scholarships to LGBTQ and allied students who exhibit leadership potential, demonstrate strong academic abilities, and are actively involved in school and community organizations. Students should be enrolled in community colleges, four-year public or private colleges or universities, or vocational/technical/trade programs. Current college students,…

Design Workshop Intern Opportunity

On behalf of Design Workshop, an international landscape architecture, land planning, urban design and strategic services firm, we’re pleased to announce that we are recruiting Spring interns for our Aspen, Chicago, Denver and LA offices, recent graduates as well as students pursuing degrees in landscape architecture, urban design and/or planning. More information about current available…

Urban Environmental Justice in a Time of Climate Change Symposium

Monday, November 7, 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Lecture by Jacqueline Patterson 7:30 p.m. in Walker Ames Tuesday, November 8, 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Event at the UW Ethnic Cultural Center In partnership with the Climate Impacts Group, Urban@UW will host a a symposium to expand university-wide engagement with the complex issues of environmental…

Job Opportunities – Snohomish County Surface Water Management

Check out three amazing opportunities to join forces with CEP alumni and make a difference in your own backyard! See links below for position descriptions and how to apply. Communications Specialist Senior GIS Analyst Senior Habitat Specialist

Green Building Slam

Join us for ten fast-paced, mind-blowing talks about remarkable green building projects! When: evening of Nov. 4, 2016 Where: University of Washington, Kane Hall Purchase your tickets: HERE Our audience typically attracts architects, builders, homeowners, energy efficiency experts, real estate professionals, interior designers and fabulous, eco-conscious people like you! Excellent food and drinks are served…

Career & Internship Center – Workshops and Events

Check out what the UW Career & Internship Center is offering Fall 2016! Visit our event page here: https://careers.uw.edu/ to stay up-to-date on upcoming workshops and labs throughout the quarter. Workshops are short, 30 minute presentations on strategies for success in the job and internship search. Join us for topics including LinkedIn, resumes, and career…

UW Global Campus Photo Contest

You’re invited to enter the Global Campus Photo Contest! The contest open to the whole UW community – students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Enter by October 28. More details: Photos can reflect study, research, or travel outside the U.S. Photos from international Huskies are also welcome. Top photos will be displayed as art at the…

UW Graduate School Fair – October 25th

Save-the-date: UW Graduate School Fair, Oct. 25th You’re invited to the UW Graduate School Fair on October 25th, from 10 am – 2 pm, at the Intellectual House on the UW campus in Seattle. The UW Graduate School Fair provides a forum for you to meet representatives from local and national graduate programs, representing over…

Job Opportunity – Washington State Department of Transportation

Visit this webpage to apply: http://bit.ly/2cuLwpy The Opportunity: WSDOT’s Toll Division has an outstanding opportunity for an enterprising communications professional who wants to be a part of one of the most dynamic and fastest growing offices in the agency. This an ideal situation for an experienced creative communications expert who thrives on taking initiative and…

Restoration and Environmental Education Internships with Seattle Tilth

Healthy forests, healthy food! Seattle Tilth is recruiting interns to help restore the wetlands and forests at the Rainier Beach Urban Farm and Wetlands, Seattle’s largest urban farm. This is a great opportunity to gain experience while make a lasting difference in the community. The intern position will take place during the academic year, 8…

GO! Scholarships are Now Open

The Global Opportunities office in the Center for Experiential Learning & Diversity is accepting applications for the GO!, Fritz, and GO! STEMXchange scholarships for study abroad. These undergraduate awards range between $2,000 to $5,000. Students whose programs begin during winter or spring quarter 2017 should apply during the fall application cycle. The application deadline for…

NW Urban Environmental Planning & Tribal Sovereignty – Register Now!

Northwest Urban Environmental Planning & Tribal Sovereignty T URB 490, Special Topics in Urban Studies Tuesday / Thursday 10:15AM-12:20PM Classroom: JOY 211 5 credits (I&S, fulfils W requirement) University of Washington Tacoma Campus *Hybrid: 4 Thursday classes held online; 4 Thursday classes for site visits. Learn about the connections between waterway protection, tribal sovereignty, and…

Vertically Integrated Projects – Register Now!

Register now for a one or two credit course this Autumn quarter this is cross-listed as CSE 495 or ENGR 297/497, Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP). We have two active projects under VIP this year: (1) AccessMap – Accessible Routing and Navigation, (2) OSRead – Open Source Literacy Intervention Platform. TO APPLY PLEASE CLICK HERE VIP…

Health & Wellness Trainings and Workshop Offerings for 2016-2017

ALCOHOL & OTHER DRUGS: Alcohol Skills Training Program / 1 hr This is an interactive overview of strategies to reduce the harms associated with alcohol use. We review standard drink content, blood alcohol concentration and effects, sex differences, tolerance, and strategies for those who do choose to drink on how to do so in a…

Seattle MESA – Tutoring Program

This is a great opportunity for you to make a difference Seattle MESA is recruiting UW students for their tutoring program. If you are a dynamic student that has a passion for STEM subjects and a desire to help a high school student in his/her Math and/or Science classes, this program is for you. If…

Employer-Led Workshops

The Career & Internship Center is hosting an Employer-Led Workshop series during Fall Quarter 2016. Workshops are held in MGH 134 on Wednesdays (Oct. 12-Nov. 16) from 12:30-1:20pm. Workshops are open to all majors and all class levels, including alumni. Employers will be presenting on career-related information relevant to their organization, the lineup includes: Facebook,…

Design and Planning for Changing Climates – Register Now!

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Preparing for Graduate Education – GRDSCH 200

This class still has plenty of room for Fall quarter! Offered Fridays from 1:30 – 3:20 p.m., this 2-credit, CR/NC class is perfect to balance out a Fall quarter schedule. This course is offered every quarter and is great for graduating seniors who know they are applying to graduate school later this Fall/Winter. It will…

Environmental Innovation Practicum – Register Now!

2 CREDITS | FALL QUARTER | TUESDAYS 4-5:50 Cross-listed: ENTRE 443/543, ENGR 498, ENVIR 495 We need EVERY student from all disciplines across campus to help solve the world’s environmental and cleantech challenges! Each weekly seminar will inspire you to make an impact as experts discuss the circular economy, water innovation, land use, greening the…

Friends of the Earth Internship Opportunity

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Coasst Internships

COASST INTERN POSITION DESCRIPTION The Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team (COASST), a citizen science program based at the University of Washington’s School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, is recruiting interns for Autumn and Winter quarter. COASST works with approximately 800 citizen science participants, using their data on beach-cast carcasses of marine birds to establish…

Dawg Daze with the Q Center

Join the Q Center for an Open House, Movie Night, Queer + Trans Mixer, and Annual Welcome Luncheon!

Public Realm + Preservation Specialist – SCIDpda

This position will work in the IDEA Space program, which is the community economic development resource center for the Chinatown ID. We were created in 2008 as a resource center for residents, business owners, and stakeholders of the Seattle Chinatown International District (CID) to work on community development projects. Our multilingual staff work with community…

Student Assistant – City of Seattle Trees for Neighborhoods Project

The City of Seattle’s Trees for Neighborhoods project helps Seattle residents plant trees around their homes. This fall, Trees for Neighborhoods project participants will come to the University of Washington Botanic Gardens’ Center for Urban Horticulture to pick up their free trees and to receive training on how to properly plant and care for their…

EdSpe 422: (dis)Ability, Education, and the Arts

In this course we explore ways in which the arts may afford a lens through which we might more clearly see some of the ways in which our perceptions about (dis)ability affect our lives, and the lives of others. The course will engage a variety of questions related to connections between disability, education and the…

ESRM 320: Marketing + Management from a Sustainability Perspective

In ESRM 320, we explore two of the four primary business dimensions: marketing and human resource management. Marketing refers to promoting, pricing, and distributing new and existing products and services that are aimed at satisfying consumers’ wants, needs, and objectives. Human resource management refers to developing, managing, and motivating human capital and resources. Sustainability refers…

Career Services + Academic Affairs Program Assistant – UW College of the Environment

The College of the Environment’s Academic Affairs team is hiring a Career Services & Academic Affairs Program Assistant. Undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in environmental careers and/or career services are encouraged to apply. This position is posted on Husky Jobs, ID# 106290 Questions about the position? Please email coenvaa@uw.edu.

BioMed Advisor + Program Administrator – UWT School of Interdisciplinary Arts + Sciences

The BioMed Advisor and Program Administrator will be responsible for providing academic and career counseling to students in, or wishing to enter, the new Biomedical Sciences major in SIAS, as well as providing ongoing support to faculty and students by tracking enrollment data, trends in the field, writing or coordinating writing of letters of recommendation…

Foreign Language + Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship

Interested in studying a foreign language and learning about different cultures? FLAS Fellowships award $7,500-$33,000 to UW students studying foreign languages! (Available to current and incoming undergraduate, graduate and professional UW students who are U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents). For more information, including a list of upcoming information sessions, visit jsis.washington.edu/advise/funding/flas/. Questions? Contact Robyn…

Counseling Services Coordinator – UW Academic Services

Primary responsibilities for the CSC position include academic advising, assisting in the management of a travel fellowship, assisting with the instruction of a first year course, and providing support for recruitment, admissions, and data management. Please see a detailed description on the UW Hires System under the requisition number #136373.

The Green Program

The Green Program unlocks doors for students to gain exclusive education, industry access, and authentic bucket-list experiences around the world. Through our accredited, career-focused 8 to 10 day programs, we exist to use the world as our classroom in order to give meaning and purpose to education, adventure, and life. Join a community of students…

Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship

The Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship application is now open. This scholarship was created by the US Department of State to increase access to study or internships abroad for students of high financial need. To be eligible for this award, students must be receiving a Pell grant as part of their financial aid package at the…

Young Planner Group Mentorship

Want to explore a new planning specialty? Hear first hand about the challenges in the field? Sign up for an awesome opportunity to connect with experienced Puget Sound area planning professionals for guidance, perspective, and career advice! The mentorship program runs from September 2016 to May 2017 and pairs mentors with young planners based on…

Student Assistant – UW wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ Intellectual House

This position will provide front office support and general reception duties for wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ Intellectual House. Assistants will greet and direct office visitors, answer and direct telephone inquiries, and help maintain conference room/gathering hall/kitchen schedule. The Student Assistant will provide primary clerical support to Director/Tribal Liaison, Assistant Director, and Administrative Coordinator. General clerical duties include, but…

UW Seattle Greendrinks

Mark your calendar, spread the word, and join us for the October Seattle Greendrinks at UW! When: Tuesday, October 11, 5:30 – 8:30 pm Where: UW Seattle Campus in the HUB Lyceum CLICK HERE for more information.