November is UW Global Month

November is UW Global Month and UW Study Abroad has some great opportunities planned:

  • Q&A with Rick Steves
    • Thursday, Nov 19, 2020, 3:30 – 5:30 p.m.
    • UW Study Abroad is hosting Rick Steves, founder of Rick Steves Europe, for an exclusive student Q&A. Bring your burning questions about travel and where to go next.
    • Register here 
  • Enter to win a $500 scholarship!
    • UW Study Abroad recently launched the Advising Profile which is a portal full of resources. Complete a profile by Nov. 30 to win a $500 UW Study Abroad Scholarship!
  • Study Abroad Intro Series See event Registration Here
    • New to study abroad or familiar with the basics? Pick a session below from our calendar to prepare for future travel. 
      • What the Heck is Study Abroad? Learn about the benefits of going abroad, different program options, and lowering costs 
  • November 18th 2:30pm
  • November 24th 2:30pm
  • I’m Ready to Dive InThis session will cover the things you need to know to put together a future application 
    • November 17th 12:30pm
  • Submit your global photo!
    • The Global Campus Photo Contest is open through November! Whether it’s a past study abroad to Tokyo or last year’s trip to Montreal – share your story and photos.

Feel free to reach out to UW Study Abroad at studyabroad@uw.edu if you have any questions.

2021 Zuckerman Fellowship

The Center for Public Leadership (CPL) at Harvard University seeks to recruit its next cohort of Zuckerman Fellows for the 2021-2022 academic year. 
 
The Zuckerman Fellowship is designed to forge interdisciplinary leaders capable of solving deep-rooted public policy challenges across the sectors of business, government, and civil society. It enables students who already holding or are working toward degrees in business, law, or medicine, to also obtain a master’s degree from Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard Graduate School of Education, or Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Students must be United States citizens or legal permanent residents to qualify for the Zuckerman Fellowship.
 

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