NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Information Sessions
The Graduate School Office of Fellowships and Awards will offer the following information sessions this week:
Webinar: Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013 from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Register at: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/434776046
In person: Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013, 10:30-11:30 a.m., Undergraduate Scholarship Fair Fair, Mary Gates Hall room 171E
In person: Friday, Oct. 11, 2013, 3:30-4:30 p.m., Loew Hall room 101
NSF’s GRFP is one of the premier opportunities to fund your graduate study.
Upcoming URP Information Sessions
Primarily for undergraduates who have yet to begin research, the Information Sessions provide research resources, information on funding, and suggestions for approaching faculty. Additionally, the sessions are highly student-driven, with an emphasis on student questions and concerns. Students interested in attending the UW, including community college transfer students, are welcome to the sessions.
There are plenty of seats available in all of the upcoming sessions:
Monday, October 7, 2013, 2 – 3 pm
Monday, October 14, 2013, 3 – 4 pm
Tuesday, October 15, 2013, 2 – 3 pm
Tuesday, October 22, 2013, 2 – 3 pm
Tuesday, November 12, 2013, 3 – 4 pm
All sessions will be held in Mary Gates Hall 171
Please forward to all undergraduate students:
The Mary Gates Endowment for Students will host numerous information sessions this week about how you can earn up to $4,000 this year if you conduct leadership or research activities. Not sure what "leadership" or "research" activities are? Wondering if your project qualifies? Come to an info session and find out!
Information Sessions (two sessions daily; select one session):*
College of the Environment Student Meeting Fund
Autumn 2013 Quarter Deadline: October 31, 2013
The College of the Environment (CoEnv) supports undergraduate, Masters, and PhD students in furthering their careers, and in particular in connecting students to networking opportunities afforded by the presentation of their original work in meeting venues. CoEnv supports two types of student attendance at meetings:
· Individual Travel to Meetings:
Maximums of $500 for North American travel and $750 for international travel; one per student per degree career; we anticipate making about 15 awards annually.
SAVE THE DATE
2013 UW Undergraduate Scholarship & Fellowship Fair
Thursday, Oct. 10, 10am-2pm, MGH Commons
The 2013 Undergraduate Scholarship & Fellowship Fair is an opportunity for UW undergraduates and alumni to learn about and explore the variety of scholarships, fellowships, and other funded programs to consider for undergrad, graduate, and postgraduate years. Program representatives from UW, local and national organizations, agencies, departments, etc.
Interested in study abroad? Please join a Gilman International Scholarship Alumna for a presentation with information about this scholarship for study and internships abroad. The presentation will take place in the Paccar Hall, room 391 from 3:30-4:30 on September 4 and will cover information on the Gilman Scholarship and how to create a competitive application. The Gilman Scholarship program offers grants for U.S.
Please join us for the Spring 2013 SAFS Capstone Symposium, when our graduating scientists show the results of all their hard work. With topics from Acidification to Zooplankton, there’s something for everyone.
When: This Friday, June 7, 2:00-5:00
Where: Fishery Sciences Bldg (FSH), room 107
Who: All are invited to attend but arrive early as seating is limited.
2:00 Zack Oyafuso (Keister) A comparative study of zooplankton communities in Hood Canal, WA, a seasonally hypoxic sub-basin of Puget Sound
2:15 Jessica Nordstrom & Tiffany Huang (Jensen) Mortality rates of opalescent squid, Loligo opalescens, on varying diets and tank designs
2:30 Nicola Follis (Quinn)The role of olfaction in coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) detection of salmon eggs
2:45 Ellie Robbins (Pietsch) University of Washington’s otolith collection online photo gallery
3:00 Sean Kinard (Pietsch) Climate synchrony in Bering Sea yellowfin sole otoliths
3:15 poster session & cookies
3:30 Robyn Mayfield & Rosalind Huang (Jensen) Effects of egg strand length and time of hatching on size of paralarvae in reared squid, Loligo opalescens
3:45 Rizky Darmawan (Friedman) The effect of ocean acidification on larval survival and morphology of the oyster Crassostrea gigas
4:00 Lynda Le (McDonald) Effects of algae cover on the growth and survivorship of commercial geoducks (Panopea generosa)
4:15 Kate Becherer (Taub) A comprehensive analysis of cyanobacteria bloom control methods for use in Green Lake
4:30 Katrina Herlambang (Hauser) Genetic differentiation among color morphs of the brain coral Lobophyllia spp.
Are you currently a junior, senior, graduate or professional student or a recent bachelor’s, master’s or JD graduate looking for a fully-funded abroad experience during the 2014-15 academic year? Consider the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. This program is designed to give students, artists, and other professionals opportunities to pursue research, graduate study or English teaching experience in over 155 nations worldwide.
Pre- Admissions Workshop
Saturday ~ May 18, 2013
D209 Health Sciences Bldg
10:00 a.m. ~ Noon
Are you interested in a future in dentistry?
Do you have questions about?
How to apply to dental school
When to apply to dental school
What pre-requisite courses to take
How to prepare your personal statement or who to ask for references
Join us for a discussion with admissions staff & current dental students
Memory Brock in the office of student life & Admissions @ memoryb
To register for this event
Or call 206-685-7309
The Autumn Quarter 2013 Time Schedule is now available (All UW or FISH only) – registration begins on May 10. I’ve included a list of courses below that satisfy degree requirements, for reference.
If you have started or completed the BIOL series, BIOL 180, 200 or 220 would be a good choice (since many upper division FISH courses have BIOL as a pre-req) – note that BIOL 200 has a pre-req of CHEM 220.