ODL Intern Showcase 2019
Friday, August 16, 2019 from 2:00 – 4:30 p.m.
UW Seattle Campus
Mary Gates Hall 258
Open Data Literacy (ODL) is a collaborative project led by the Information School (iSchool) at the University of Washington (UW) in partnership with public institutions that create, manage, and publish open data. This summer, five summer interns are working on open data initiatives with partners in the Washington State Library, Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), The City of Seattle, Seattle Public Library (SPL), and Asotin County Library. The Showcase provides our interns with an opportunity to present the work they accomplished during their internship to the ODL team, project sponsors, prospective sponsors, and guests. Continue reading
Employment: Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) AY 2019-2020 Staff Positions
The Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) at the University of Washington is looking to fill their staff positions for the 2019-20 academic year! They have nine openings:
- Executive Assistant
- Communications Director
- Event Director
- Policy Director
- Organizing Director
- Office Manager
- Creative Director
- Senate Clerk
- Budget Specialist
Follow this link to the online job application platform Handshake, create your account, and apply for any of the positions that are listed under their titles above.
If you have any questions please contact Matt McKeown, Vice President of Internal Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employment: Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center Graduate Student Mentor
Deadline: Applications due via email no later than Aug 9, 2019
Through a partnership with the UW Career & Internship Center, the Carlson
Leadership & Public Service Center works with a team of graduate students in the ongoing development and implementation of the Undergraduate Community-Based Internship Program (UCBI). This paid internship provides a unique opportunity for UW graduate students to learn more about program administration, facilitating student learning around equity issues, and linking experiential opportunities to career readiness. Students will gain a better understanding of the strengths and challenges faced by non-profit partners and communities in the Seattle area.
Employment: UW HUB Programming & Events Graduate Internship
Deadline: Applications due via Handshake (Job ID: 2899957) no later than Aug 9, 2019
The HUB Programming & Events Graduate Intern works with the Assistant Director for Communications & Development to create, plan, and facilitate HUB-initiated programming. HUB programming is supplemental to existing campus programming in content, time, and place. The goal of HUB programming is to build community and connection, create a lively and engaged student union, and provide new and unique experiences for students. The HUB Programming & Events Graduate Intern will work to identify opportunities, partnering with Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) and other UW departments to fulfill the HUB mission. Continue reading
Workshop: Graduate Student Research Institute
The Graduate Student Research Institute (GSRI) is a free and asynchronous multi-day online workshop for new and returning UW graduate students the tools and strategies they need to research smarter, not harder. Continue reading
Workshop: Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, July
Mary Gates Hall Room TBD
Time TBD (based upon Doodle Poll)
Are you interested in learning more about Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning but DON’T have a background in statistics, machine learning, data science? Those with no experience in these topics are welcome! You should consider taking part in this workshop!
Please fill out this Doodle Poll for availability
Workshop – Crafting Effective Diversity Statements and Cover Letter, July 8
Monday, July 8, 2019
3:00-5:00 p.m. PDT
Why do employers ask for a diversity statement? What is it? How do I describe my potential to contribute to diversity, equity, & inclusion in academia and industry? Continue reading