Join the Q Center staff for an open discussion of policies, resources, and current initiatives. The town hall is a 3-part series with a new topic each meeting. Each meeting runs from 4:00 – 5:30PM, and late arrivals/early departures are acceptable. The sessions are open to all members of the campus community.
March 1: Health & Wellness on Campus and in the Community (Location: Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center Unity Room)
March 8: Impact of Homelessness on LGBTQ+ Communities (Location: Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center Unity Room)
Stay connected via the Facebook event page or contact the Q Center at 206-897-1430 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Job Opening – Fish Monitoring Research Assistant – Temporary, Wells Maine*____
The Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve in Maine is seeking qualified applicants for a full-time (40 hours per week) seasonal Research Assistant position. The position will last for ten weeks from March 20, 2017 to May 26, 2017. ____
It is that time of the year again: MESA Day 2017!
And we need YOU! Volunteers to help us prepare for, set up, and run our STEM Celebration and Competition.
You have either volunteered in the past or signed up to volunteer, we would like to see you at MESA Day again this year.
Also, please share this volunteer opportunity with your extended network.
The UofW Landscape Architecture Dept. has several great offerings, open to all, this coming Spring, Summer and Autumn Quarters 2017. There is Canada, China,
Elwha River Camping Trip, Croatia, Peru, Nepal, Tokyo/Taipei Study Abroad.
Many classes are offered on the UofW Campus:
Spring: Design of Cities, Intro. to Planting Design, Ecological Design & Planning, History of Urban Landscapes and Environment, Advocacy & the Built Environment, Floating Wetlands.
The Pat Tillman Foundation offers an annual scholarship open to active duty military, veterans, and spouses pursuing a full-time bachelor’s, master’s, or professional degree at a US-based accredited institution. Each individual scholarship award is based on the applicant’s unique financial need, the average award in 2017 is expected to be ~$10,000 per academic year (renewable for the duration of the student’s program of study).
We have an exciting bunch of classes scheduled for spring in American Indian Studies, and I’d appreciate it if you’d share with any students who might be interested. All of these courses are open to all students, and those at the 200 level are especially appropriate for students without previous coursework in American Indian Studies.
Please note that the course numbers and descriptions for a few of these differ slightly from what appears in the time schedule.
Schmidt Ocean Institute is currently accepting applications for the 2017 Student Opportunities program. The Student Opportunities program is a unique chance for students to obtain valuable hands-on research skills and at-sea experience. You can view previous students experiences here. Students will join the Schmidt Ocean Institute crew and scientists aboard R/V Falkor, and assist with unique cutting-edge marine science research. For a list of the 2017 cruises visit here.
Pipeline Project is currently recruiting for Spring Quarter tutor and mentor opportunities. We are a tutoring outreach program that aims to connect UW undergraduates with tutoring and mentoring opportunities in Seattle Public K-12 Schools and local community organizations servicing K-12 students. We partner with over 50 K-12 schools, who are flexible and eager to have wonderful UW students be tutors.
Register for Spring 2017 online courses
Register now for spring quarter online classes. Enjoy the convenience and flexibility of the University of Washington’s online courses. As a UW matriculated student, this spring you can take some of the most popular online credit classes as part of your normal tuition load and pay an online fee of only $120 per class. These select online courses are offered in a group-start format, which means you can interact with your classmates and complete the course during the quarter.
Field Assistant Opportunity – Summer 2017
Influence of Marine-Derived Nutrients on Mammals of the BC Central Coast
The Hakai Institute and the Applied Conservation Science Lab at the University of Victoria are looking for an enthusiastic field assistant to assist with mammal diversity surveys as part of Hakai’s 100 Islands Project. We are investigating patterns of biological diversity across islands of the BC Central Coast in relation to marine subsidies, particularly the use of marine subsidies by mammals on islands.