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April 12, 2022
Looking for courses to take this Summer? The Department of History is offering a wide range of courses this Summer 2022, including both in-person and fully remote options! Please check out the list of History courses attached to this email as well as some suggested courses below: HSTLAC 282 History of Mexico: Culture, Identity, and the Politics of Rule from the Aztecs to the Present Fully remote, Full-term SLN: 11768 ... Read more
April 12, 2022
It's that time of year again... LAVENDER GRADUATION!  In honor of the amazing accomplishments our 2SLGBTQIA+ community members and students have achieved, we proudly celebrate YOU!   To our soon-to-be graduates, don't forget to ... Read more
April 8, 2022
Research, Create, Study, or Teach Abroad with Fulbright! Applications now open. Fulbright provides grants to pursue independent research, the creative arts, graduate level study, or assistant English teaching... Read more
April 7, 2022
The SEED Scholarship, which aims to support undocumented students from all three UW campuses in financially supporting their education, as well as celebrating their achievements. You can apply here. Applications are due on Sunday April 10,... Read more
April 1, 2022
Space is available in PUBPOL 299: Cross-sector leadership course (flyer attached). See course summary is below:... Read more
April 1, 2022
CONNECTING MINDFULLY WITH NATURE Shinrin Yoku, or Forest Bathing is the Japanese practice of seeking a deep and meditative connection with nature. There are many well-researched mental and physical health benefits to getting outside and immersing in nature, and our campus offers many beautiful and tranquil outdoor spaces for mindful relaxation! Please join us for an experiential workshop that will teach you a little about mindful connection to nature, and an opportunity to... Read more
March 31, 2022
ROME IN RESIDENCE at the UW ROME CENTER AUTUMN 2022 Rome in Residence is a way for students to study at our UW Rome Center for a full academic quarter (ten weeks), making Rome their... Read more
March 29, 2022
This spring the Office of Merit Scholarships is hosting workshops and information sessions focused on everything from starting the search process to statement writing. Undergraduates preparing to apply for scholarships or academic programs should find these sessions helpful. Please encourage your undergrads to connect with us! APRIL SCHOLARSHIP SESSIONS HONE YOUR STRATEGY Getting Started with Undergraduate Scholarships Learn about searching for scholarships that fit your... Read more
March 29, 2022
This is still space available in the following class for Spring quarter (flyer attached):   Global Challenges: Diaspora Communities in Seattle and Beyond JSIS 478 A MW 1:30 – 3:20pm  Many people assume that when someone moves to a new country, ties to the old country are cut or reduced.  New technology allows members of diaspora, or immigrant, communities to more easily stay in touch with their countries of origin.  This new reality profoundly impacts how people in diaspora communities view... Read more
March 29, 2022
Spring Alumni Panel Discussions: Sustainability: Tuesday, April 5th from 4:00pm – 5:00pm Interested in a career within the sustainability industry? Join us on Tuesday, April 5th as we hear from distinguished University of Washington Alumni and learn more about their impact on sustainability within their organizational roles. Register Here:... Read more

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