Hello lovely folks!
My name is Alice Crowe, and I am this year’s director for the Queer Student Commission. I’m writing today to tell everyone that we are current accepting applications for new interns who are interested in LGBTQIA+ activism for the 2016-2017 school year. Interns are expected to want to get more involved in queer activism and help me plan, organize, and execute a wide variety of events, many of whom have historically been designed by the intern team.
We, in partnership with the Graduate School, are excited to announce a collaborative summit taking place in the Fall titled “Strengthening STEM through Diversity.” The event aims to bring together students, staff, and faculty in STEM-related fields in order to address the needs, challenges, and successes of underrepresented or minoritized members of these fields. The events of the day will include plenary talks, a panel of student leaders in STEM diversity RSOs, and a workshop with the goal of designing an action plan for future support of diversity in STEM.
AIS 102: Survey of American Indian Studies
5 credits I&S, DIV
TuTh 11:30 am – 1:20 pm
Instructor: Christopher Teuton
This course provides an introduction to American Indian and Indigenous Studies, a field of academic research and teaching grounded in the interdisciplinary study of American Indian and Indigenous peoples with the collective goal of fostering individual and community wellness, political self-determination, cultural revitalization, and cross-cultural understanding.
On Sunday, June 26th, all University of Washington students, faculty, staff, and alumni, from all campuses, are invited to come MARCH with their fellow Huskies at the Seattle Pride Parade. LGBTQ or Ally, all are welcome!
Help us reach 500 RSVPs for the march!
When: Sunday, June 26th, 11:00am
Where: 4th Ave, Downtown Seattle. We are contingent #58. Before the parade, we will be gathering on 4th Avenue, between Madison and Marion Streets, from 10:20-11:20.
ATTENTION UW STUDENTS
This is an invitation to the University of Washington student body from Seattle MESA.
Wouldn’t you like to start the autumn quarter participating in a worthwhile service to our community? Seattle MESA would like to offer you that opportunity. We are looking for UW students that would like to spend a few hours per week tutoring high school and middle school students in math and/or science.
Call for Symposium Volunteers!
The coordinators of the Living Breath of wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ: Indigenous Food and Ecological Knowledge Symposium are recruiting volunteers for this year’s Symposium scheduled for May 13-14, 2016 in the wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ (Intellectual House) at the University of Washington (UW).
We have a number of volunteer shifts available, which will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. Please sign-up for volunteer shifts on UW’s Catalyst by May 6, 2016.
The 2016 Pacific and Western Disability Studies Symposium
MAKING DISABILITY PUBLIC: ARTS, SCHOLARSHIP, AND ACTIVISM
Free public events will take place May 12-14, 2016, on the Seattle and Bothell campuses of the University of Washington. Sponsored by the UW Disability Studies Program.
Proposal deadline: April 1st. We are accepting manuscripts to be workshopped in small groups, posters, and art.
We request that you register by April 1st for any parts of the symposium you wish to attend.
Do you identify as transgender and/or gender-nonconforming? Are you 18 or over? Do you live in the United States? Would you like to discuss the language that you use to describe your gender identity?
For the purposes of this study, “transgender” and “gender-nonconforming” are used for any person whose gender identity currently differs from the one they were assigned at birth.
Allyship 400: Solidarity Workshop
In honor of #QolorsForever, the Q Center, Ethnic Cultural Center, and D Center are working together to bring J Mase III from awQward talent agency to facilitate a workshop examining how we, as student and community leaders, can upgrade our organizing efforts in solidarity across social justice movements. We have to approach activism with an intersectional lens!
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.