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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 funding award of up to $5000, with average awards in the $1,000 to $3,000 range. 

Applications Open for Community, Environment, and Planning (CEP) Major at UW-Seattle

Community, Environment, and Planning (CEP) is now accepting applications for Fall 2017. CEP is an interdisciplinary Bachelor of Arts degree offered through the College of Built Environments at UW-Seattle. This unique undergraduate major is the only student-governed major on campus. If you are interested in people and their relationship to the built and/or natural environments (e.g. community development, sustainability, transportation, food justice, etc.), this is the major for you! 

Student resources: Let’s Talk Counselor at the Q Center

Want a drop-in appointment to speak with a counselor? Our Let’s Talk Counselor, Kate Fredenberg LICSW, is here now (and every Wednesday) from 2-4PM at the Q Center (HUB 315)!
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 walk-in hours at two sites on campus – The Q Center and the Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center. 

Mortar Board Membership Applications Due by February 24th, 2017

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 their exemplary scholarship, leadership, and service. 

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 visits are:

Free
Confidential
No appointment necessary

Winter Quarter 2017 Let’s Talk schedule 

Husky Food Pantry Open to anyone with a Husky Card

The Office of the VP for Student Life, in partnership with the ASUW Student Food Cooperative, the Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center (ECC), the Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center and the HUB, is launching a campus food pantry that aims to provide basic nutritional assistance for UW students, staff, and faculty. To participate in the pantry, the only requirement is a Husky card. 

Funding available: Travel/Meeting, Diversity, Yakama and Hall Funds

The College of the Environment is now accepting applications for several funding opportunities:
 

Diversity-Oriented Meeting Fund

Eligibility: Open to all CoEnv students.  Students can apply for up to $1500 in support of meetings attended by CoEnv students where the central goals of the meeting include linking science to policy or real-world application, and advancing diversity and inclusion within the College, the University and relevant STEM fields. 

LGBTQ+ in Earth/Environmental Sciences

In accordance with our (hopefully) constant efforts to improve the representation and experience of traditionally underrepresented groups in academia and the sciences, I’d like to invite any interested student (undergrad or grad), faculty or staff to a meeting to discuss the potential role of an organization for LGBTQ+ people in the Earth/environmental sciences here at UW. My goal is to get a regular group going at some point, and the purpose of this meeting would be to start defining what work needs to be done and how such an organization could be useful and effective. 

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