Are you having trouble fitting your jobs and extracurricular activities on a one-page resume? Are you confused about how to write a resume that is going to be fed into a computer rather than read by a human being? Are you having difficulty targeting your cover letter and resume for a particular position? Well, the CLUE Writing Center is here to help!
What is EXPD?
It’s the Center for Experiential Learning & Diversity.
But what is it?
The Center for Experiential Learning & Diversity can be found in 171 Mary Gates Hall. The Center is comprised of 9 programs—Carlson Center; Early Identification Program; Global Opportunities; Jumpstart; Mary Gates Endowment for Students; McNair Scholars; Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards; Pipeline Project; and, Undergraduate Research Program—that help undergraduates seek opportunities with community engagement, research, and scholarships.
We need your help to reduce power-based violence on campus! We believe that natural student leaders, like yourself, are in a position to use peer influence to change the world we live in. If you believe that one person experiencing acts of violence is too many, then Green Dot will give you the skills to do something about it.
Through Our Eyes
Ethnic Cultural Theater
Wednesday, January 29th 5:30-7PM
Looking for a summer internship or a full-time position?
The University of Washington’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE) invites you to attend the 32nd annual Evening with Industry Career Fair (EWI)!
Where: University of Washington’s Husky Union Building (HUB)
When: Tuesday, January 14, 2014
12:00 PM – 12:30 PM Career Fair opens to SWE members only
12:30 PM – 5:00 PM Career Fair opens to ALL STUDENTS (not just women)
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM Awards Banquet with corporate representatives*
Attire: Business, Business Casual
EWI is FREE and open to all students majoring or interested in engineering, science, and technology.
The UW Society for Ecological Restoration is having a work party on Friday, January 17th, 10am – 2pm. We will be meeting across from McCarty Hall dorms, pulling invasive plants and planting natives. Please wear clothes and shoes that can get dirty, and dress for the weather. We will provide snacks and good company. We hope to see you there!
Join us this Friday, December 6 for the SAFS Capstone Symposium! Come hear all about the latest hot topics in undergrad research, starting at 4:30 in room 107.
4:30 Stacey Feeken (Van Blaricom): Harbor seal (Phoca vitulina) Haul Out Behaviors in Relation to Vessel Traffic Disturbances on Yellow Island, San Juan Channel, Washington
4:45 Meghan Rosewood (Olden): Effects of Shoreline Development on Macroinvertebrate Functional Diversity in Washington Lakes
5:00 Kaitlyn Robbins (Laidre): Surface Behaviors and Distribution of Harbor Seals (Phoca vitulina) in Relation to Tidal Phase in the San Juan Islands, WA
Hope you can all make it!
You are invited to the 24th Annual Graduate Symposium at the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences on Thursday, November 21st, 2013!
Come join us to learn about the creative and innovative research that takes place at SAFS and celebrate the work of your peers, colleagues, or students. Please see details below, and feel free to forward this onto any others who you think might be interested.
The CONFORWest 2014 graduate student conference is approaching and we would like to encourage graduate students from Canada and the United States to participate in this unique opportunity. CONFORWest is an annual conference for graduate and senior level undergraduate students, who are studying environmental sciences, forestry, and other natural resource management fields (including social sciences and humanities). It is organized by graduate students from northwestern North America, who hope to provide a unique and comfortable forum for discussing future challenges in resource management fields, while building networks with peers.