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.
The High Performance Computing Club (HPCC) at the University of Washington is dedicated to helping students get free access to computing resources. There are three main avenues in which we facilitate this:
- On-Campus Resources – HPCC has purchases several hundred thousand dollars worth of computing equipment on behalf of all students. These compute nodes are part of the university wide compute cluster call Hyak. We train students on the basics of how to use this system, and grant access to our allocation of the cluster.
- Cloud Resources – HPCC is also the steward of a substantial grant of funding cloud computing projects. If you are interested in using the major cloud providers in your research, we have quarterly grant cycles to provide funding for these projects. Our current cycle is open, please visit (http://students.wa shington.edu/hpcc/cloud-credits/)
- Mentorship Program – We have a quarterly mentorship program which pairs graduate students with undergraduate students who are interested in pursuing computational research. (http://students.washington.edu/hpcc/mentorship-program/)
More information about to get access to these great resources is available on our website. (http://students.washington.edu/hpcc/)
FIUTS (The Foundation for International Understanding Through Students) is very excited to welcome you at the annual FIUTS CulturalFest! CulturalFest is the biggest celebration of the diversity and talent of the international community on our campus and region. CulturalFest features two parts:
CulturalFest International Expo | Thursday, February 8 | 10:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. | HUB Ballrooms | FREE
Join UW students presenting aspects of their culture through music, dance, snacks, conversation, and interactive activities at 35+ cultural booths! Invite your students, friends, and family (this is a great event for kids), and be sure to stop by yourself.
CulturalFest Performance Showcase | Saturday, February 10 | 7 p.m. (doors open at 5:30 p.m.) | Meany Hall | $15 general admission, $10 students in advance, children 10 and under free; tickets available online and in the FIUTS office (HUB 206)
Join us as we bring together the best University of Washington artists, musicians, singers, dancers, and choreographers from around the world together onto the stage for exciting performances.
Registration is open now for the 2018 Diversity Leadership Conference: Understanding Self in the Context of Community.
This *FREE* half-day conference is open to all undergraduate students, and provides an opportunity for skill-building, connection with staff and community facilitators, and exploration of current and relevant leadership topics and concepts.
Students can elect to participate in the Leadership Workshop Track (rotating workshops, all levels and class years) or can apply to participate in the Advanced Leadership Track (a more intensive 3-hour training led by UW staff, juniors and seniors preferred). More information on the workshops and conference can be found on the Husky Leadership Initiative website. The event will close with a networking reception featuring recent UW alumni (appetizers provided).
Diversity Leadership Conference: Understanding Self in the Context of Community
Friday, February 9, 3:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center
Applications are now OPEN for the 2018 Science and Technology Showcase (STS) hosted by the Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship and the Science and Engineering Business Association. Both undergraduate and graduate students with science or technology-based ideas that have commercial potential are invited to participate.
Students will deliver their pitch to a panel of judges that includes prominent entrepreneurs from the Seattle business community. Cash prizes will be available in a wide variety of categories. Previous STS winners have gone on to successfully launch start-up companies.
For the first time ever, SEBA is sponsoring the Lens of the Market Stage 1: Research2Innovation Workshop (January 10, 2018).
- Are you a scientist or engineer working on a project that has the potential to impact people and the environment?
- Do you have little or no prior knowledge on how you would even take your research beyond the bench?
Consider participating in Research2Innovation, a 1 day workshop developed to provide teams of STEM professionals (undergraduate and graduate students, post docs AND faculty members) with a rapid introduction to the vocabulary, skills, tools, and road map needed to engage in successfully translating research into innovations. Participation is FREE.
Applications can be found here and are due November 22nd.
The Science and Engineering Business Association (SEBA) has some exciting events this quarter that you won’t want to miss:
- First Tuesday (Tuesday, October 10, 5:30 PM in HUB 145)
- A panel of industry professionals will teach you how to prepare for the Science and Engineering Career Fair and other upcoming interviews
- FREE professional headshots for our members (limited availability). Sign up for a headshot here.
- As always, free food and drinks!
- Science and Engineering Career Fair (Wednesday, October 25, 11:30 AM – 5:00 PMin the HUB)
- Score that internship or job opportunity at the largest career fair hosted on campus.
- Volunteeringat this event fulfills one of the requirements for activemembership! More details about volunteering will come as the event nears.
- Please visit the Career Fair Student Information section of our webpage for more information.
UW SEBA is the premier organization for developing science and engineering students into business professionals and leaders within academia and industry, and the nexus where business leaders come to engage students and future entrepreneurs.
Visit us at www.uwseba.com