Wednesday, June 20 at 5pm in MGH 171, 6 UW alums will be sharing their experiences applying for teaching fellowships and teaching English abroad. This is a great opportunity for students considering applying to the Fulbright program, TAPIF, Cultural Ambassadors or other programs to learn more about the process from recent alums. All are welcome!
Global Fellowships Teaching Assistant Panel
June 20 | 5:00 p.m. | Mary Gates Hall 171
Join us at 5pm for refreshments and conversation. We’ll start the panel at 5:30pm. Come with your questions!
Panelists include recently awarded teaching assistants, returning students and program representatives.
Let us know you plan to attend.
This Thursday and Friday is the ALISS Spring Book Sale! We are so excited for this event, but in order for it to be as successful as possible we could use some of your help!
We will be on Red Square from 10am-4pm, with set up beginning at 9:30am. All MLIS students are invited to help with this fundraising event. Volunteers can help with set up, making change, and/or tearing down. Sign up for an hour shift here: http://signup.com/go/bVQERzm
If you are unable to volunteer, we would still love to see you! Stop by and buy and book or two to support ALISS.
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP) Information Sessions
RSVP to attend (though drop-ins are welcome)
- Thursday, May 24, 2018, 4:30-6pm, MGH 171
- Wednesday, May 30, 2018, 12:30-2pm, MGH 171
NSF GRFP is one of the premier opportunities to fund graduate study. It provides 3 years of funding that you can use in a 5 year time frame. This includes a $34,000 annual stipend and full cost of tuition/fees covered. For UW graduate students, GAIP health insurance is also covered. Continue reading
Chocolate chip cookies and refreshments. It’s really that easy. iLounge, May 15, 2-4pm.
The Provost is hosting a mini-lecture series on Fake News & Misinformation. Speakers include iSchool faculty member Jevin West and adjunct faculty member Kate Starbird.
Muddied waters: Online disinformation during crisis events
April 18 | 5:00-6:15 | Bagley 131
Kate Starbird, Assistant Professor, Human Centered Design & Engineering, University of Washington
Cleaning up our polluted information environments
April 24 | 5:00-6:15 | Gowen 301
Jevin West, Assistant Professor, Information School, University of Washington
The new global politics of weaponized AI propaganda
April 30 | 5:00-6:15 | HUB Lyceum
Berit Anderson, & Editor-in-Chief, Scout.ai, a media company covering the future of technology, its risks and rewards through investigative reporting, analysis, and science fiction
You’re Invited :: A Webinar for Military Students
12 noon PT on Tuesday, April 10
On Facebook Live: facebook.com/SCTLatUW
Learn more: facebook.com/events/931732306985355
Join us for a webinar about tuition benefits (Post-9/11 GI Bill) and UW resources available to military students. You’ll also learn from alumni about transitioning from boots to books. Open to all; presented by the UW Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics Master’s degree program.
We’ll hear from:
- Bill Keough (Managing Director, UW Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics Master’s degree)
- Sam Powers, PhD. (Director, UW Student Veteran Life)
- Samantha Whyte (Lead Financial Aid Counselor, UW Veterans Education Benefits Office)
- and a panel of UW alumni from the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, and U.S. Marine Corps