The 2018 Bonderman Fellowship application is now available!
Deadline: January 8, 2018, 12 noon (PST)
The 2018 Bonderman Travel Fellowship application is open 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 travel abroad.
The first information session is next Wednesday, 11/1, 12:30-1:30 pm in the Allen Auditorium, Allen Library.
Wildlands Studies offers field programs in over a dozen different countries to learn field research, ecology, and sustainability of natural resources and livelihoods. We are still accepting applications for our upcoming programs:
Winter 2018: Tasmania and Ecuador.
Spring 2018: South Africa, Costa Rica and Panama.
Summer 2018: Iceland, Banff, Belize, Big Sur, Yellowstone, and Channel Islands
Fall 2018: Argentina, New Zealand, Peru and Nepal
Our field programs are academically rigorous, and bring students’ classroom studies to life.
Hello friends and colleagues:
UW Study Abroad is launching a new workshop designed to help students make more informed decisions about the financial costs of studying abroad. Our Financial Planning workshop will cover the basics of financial aid, scholarships to consider, cost comparisons of different programs, budgeting tips, money generating strategies and important forms and deadlines for students. We are offering the workshops at three different times to make it convenient for students:
Tuesday October 24, 3-4:30, Mary Gates Hall 171
Wednesday November 1, 3-4:30 in Schmitz 450
Wednesday November 15, 3-4:30 Ethnic Cultural Center
Come to the ‘SFS Lunch and Learn’ to hear about Environmental Field Studies Programs!!
Date: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25th
Time: 12:30 – 1:30p
Location: WALLACE COMMONS
Pizza will be provided!!
The School for Field Studies
100 Cummings Center, Suite 534G
Beverly, MA 01915
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Applications are now being accepted for Grand Challenge Impact Lab (GCIL): India Study Abroad
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 your idea for SEED FUNDING
COMPARATIVE LITERATURE FRANCE: SURREALIST PARIS
For Early Fall Quarter 2017 (August 16 to September 12), the UW Department of Comparative Literature will offer again its Exploration Seminar on Surrealism in Paris. This program offers students a unique opportunity to earn 5 UW credits while exploring one of the most vibrant and beautiful cities in the world.
The program fee is $2,580 (includes housing).
Are you interested in the natural and cultural history of Costa Rica? Interested in a early Autumn study abroad experience? Join ESRM professors John Marzluff and Robert Tournay this September on an Exploration Seminar. A brief description of the expedition is below, but you can learn more at
Your application is due March 1.
Dear UW Students,
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.
University Exchanges – January 17
Summer Programs – February 15
Early Fall Exploration Seminars – March 1
Autumn Quarter Programs – March 1
Are you trying to decide if studying abroad is a good choice for you?
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 culmination of the annual Tribal Canoe Journey on August 6, 2016, we quote the invitation here, so that the intention of our host will be clear:
The coastal waters of British Columbia have sustained our peoples since time immemorial, providing access to precious resources and connecting our communities to one another.
Surprise and discovery in Hakodate
by John Trochta, SAFS graduate student
Heat and humidity were not new to me, especially coming from a Seattle summer, but it still surprised me in Hakodate. I suppose the actual surprise didn’t occur until we arrived at the Japanese inn, where I eagerly expected the relief of air conditioning and didn’t find it. My room on the fourth floor was small and almost entirely empty, except for a short end table and a bundled Japanese futon (completely different from the American furniture piece of the same name).