New and returning international Master’s and Doctoral students, welcome and welcome back! Join Core Programs for a start-of-the-year celebration with good food and beverages. This is an opportunity to connect and celebrate your graduate school journey.
You are cordially invited to the grand opening of the Center for International Relations and Cultural Leadership Exchange (CIRCLE), UW’s new hub for international student support and cross-cultural engagement. CIRCLE will play a critical role in streamlining services and amplifying programming for all UW Seattle students, providing a unified “front door” for domestic and international students’ global Husky Experience.
Enjoy remarks from UW senior leadership, stories and performances from UW students, light refreshments, and more. We hope you’ll join us to celebrate this extraordinary milestone!
Winter Quarter is well under way and the Graduate Opportunities & Minority Achievement Program (GO-MAP) will be hosting a variety of events in the upcoming weeks for graduate students of color.
Within the next week, GO-MAP will be hosting a Real Talk Tuesday and their first Community Socialof the quarter. Real Talk Tuesday’s provides a space for graduate students to relax, kick back, and talk about real issues in partnership with the Center for Communication, Difference, and Equity (CCDE). Community Socials provide students an opportunity to engage with fellow graduate students of color and build support networks among affinity groups. The first Community Social will take place on February 6 in Kane 225 and the next Real Talk Tuesday will take place on February 12 in CMU 129.
Applications are now available for students who are interested in Northwestern’s Global Engagement Summer Institute (http://www.gesi.northwestern.edu/) (GESI), a unique service-learning and summer study abroad program in Bolivia, India, Nicaragua, South Africa*, and Uganda. This is a great opportunity for students who are interested in gaining training in
international community development, work experience at community-based non-profit organizations, and firsthand knowledge about education, livelihood development, global health, and other development sectors. Continue reading →