Funding: UWRA Scholarship & Fellowship Applications Now Open
Deadline: Applications due by January 29, 2019
UW students are invited to apply for the 2019-2020 cycle of University of Washington Retirement Association (UWRA) Scholarships and Fellowships in Aging. Applications for both scholarships and fellowships are due at noon on January 29, 2020. These awards are available to students in any field who are pursuing research or preparing for careers related to aging. More information can be found on their website.
Are you a UW student interested in studying abroad in Denmark? Are you not sure how you’re going to fund it? If so, you should consider applying for the Scan|Design Fellowships! Open to graduate and undergraduate students, the Scan|Design Foundation provides generous financial support to UW students participating in Danish university exchanges and summer study in Denmark.
Call for Proposals: 16th Annual Teaching & Learning Symposium
Deadline: Proposals due by December 9, 2019.
UW faculty, staff, postdocs, and graduate students are invited to share their innovative evidence-based teaching practices or research at the 16th Annual Teaching & Learning Symposium (April 6, HUB Ballroom, UW Seattle campus).
Deadline: Climate survey closes on November 8, 2019 at 11:59 p.m., PST.
If you have yet to take the UW’s campus climate survey, you still have time! It is vitally important that you take the time to share your experiences in order to improve the University of Washington now and for many years to come. If you think that it is important that your voice is heard, make sure you fill out this survey because the UW is at risk of not having enough student participation and therefore not enough student perspective.
iSchool Research Symposium: Lasting Impacts: A Panel with Three Recent iSchool Award Winners
Monday, November 4, 2019 12:30 pm to 1:20 pm Bloedel 070 Zoom Room
This past year, the iSchool dean and two professors earned lasting impact awards for their research. On this panel, each will discuss the thought process that went into selecting their specific research projects. They will talk about whether they thought these topics would have a lasting impact at the time they formulated their ideas for the projects, or whether lasting impact is something that “just happens.” Do researchers have ways at the inception of their projects to amplify the long-term impacts of their research?
Friday, November 8, 2019 11 a.m.-12 p.m. & 3 p.m.-4 p.m. Gates Commons (CSE 691), Paul G. Allen Center for Computer Science & Engineering Seattle campus
In recognition of National First-Generation College Celebration, the First-Gen Graduate Student Advisory Board and Core Programs in The Graduate School invite all first-generation graduate students across tri-campus to attend these free, informal social hours.