The Academic Support Programs office is excited to share our three new Academic Success Coaches, along with our continuing coach from last year. We have expanded hours and are excited about the background and experiences our coaches bring with them to support all students. Sign up online for your appointment: http://webster.uaa.washington.edu/asp/website/get-help/academic-success-coach/
The OWRC is an interdisciplinary center that offers free, one-to-one peer writing and research support for UW students, faculty, and staff. We will work with any writer, on any projects, in any discipline, and at any phase in the process. Our appointments are 45-minute consultations with peer tutors from a range a disciplines. We’re proud of the diverse range of experiences, majors, languages, and backgrounds that our tutors bring. Learn more about our tutors and librarians here. Continue reading
The Odegaard Writing and Research Center (OWRC) is an interdisciplinary center that offers free, one-to-one peer writing and research support for all writers on campus. We will work with any writer, on any projects, in any discipline, and at any phase in the process. Our appointments are 45-minute consultations with peer tutors from a range a disciplines. We’re proud of the diverse range of experiences, majors, languages, and backgrounds that our tutors bring. Meet our tutors and librarians here.
The OWRC also offers:
Support for International and Multilingual Students
- Targeted Learning Communities (TLCs):Weekly, small group tutoring for three to five international and multilingual students from the same course. TLC groups support students’ classroom learning, combine personal goals with academic goals, and create long-term learning communities.
Support for Graduate Students
- Dissertation Writing Retreat:Week-long, writing retreat designed to support graduate students interested in making significant progress on their dissertation. The retreat consists of presentations, workshops, solo writing time and daily sessions with a peer tutor.
- Open Writing Circles:Weekly, writing group meetings for writers working on long-term projects. Writers meet in Allen Research Commons to sit and write together to provide light structure, goal-setting, and some companionship.
Satellite Site Tutoring
- Allen Research Commons: Drop-in sessions for graduate student writers working on long-term projects. Sessions are exclusively drop-in and cannot be booked in advance.
- Health Sciences Library:Writing consultations for Health Sciences undergraduate and graduate students.
- College of Education:Writing consultations for College of Education undergraduate and graduate students.
The OWRC also offers support to direct to instructors and departments through class visits, peer review workshops, and by-appointment consultations with the OWRC director. For more information on these support services, click here.
“This program gave me an opportunity to reflect on my experiences and skills in a way that I hadn’t been challenged to do before. On top of that, I was able to find a clear and confident way to articulate those skills both in person and online.” – Husky Leadership Certificate alumnus
Applications are LIVE for the 2018-19 cohort of the Husky Leadership Certificate program. We are seeking Huskies who practice leadership in a variety of ways. Our leaders are change-agents, entrepreneurs, scholars, activists, athletes, educators and more. This is your opportunity to reflect on your leadership development journey during your undergraduate education. Continue reading
Dear Members of the University of Washington Community,
We are pleased to announce the 2019 Distinguished Teaching Awards call for nominations. Students, staff, and faculty colleagues are invited to submit a nomination for exemplary UW Seattle faculty members or graduate students. Continue reading
All of the UW large ensembles (Orchestras, bands, and choirs) are open to students from all across campus, regardless of major.
Criminals Stealing Money from International Students by Phone
Be careful if you receive a call from someone who claims to be from the U.S. government or the police and demands money. These calls are fake, and are from criminals. They want to scare you and steal your money!
- Do not give payment information by phone to someone calling you with threats: credit card numbers, online account transfer information, or other personal financial information!
- Do not buy gift cards to pay someone calling or emailing you with threats!
- Do not give personal info to someone calling or emailing with threats: copies of your immigration documents, UW account info and password, social media info, etc.
- Do not agree to meet an unknown caller at a strange address (parking lot, grocery store, etc.)