Call for Participants: Three Minute Thesis
Deadline to submit a proposal is April 5, 2019 at 11:59 PM, PDT.
Are you a UW graduate student in the final stages of your capstone, thesis or dissertation project? Apply to compete in Three Minute Thesis, where you’ll have the opportunity to present your research in just three minutes for cash prizes totaling $2,500. The 2019 UW Three Minute Thesis (UW 3MT®) Competition is open to all eligible graduate students from Bothell, Tacoma, and Seattle campuses. Continue reading
The Changing Role of Librarians and Libraries in STEAM Education
Tuesday, May 7, 2019, 6-8PM | Edmonds Public Library
Register for tickets here.
The image of librarians as knowledge holders and of libraries as holders of books is shifting as librarians take on roles as Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) educators with the growing emphasis on STEAM and makerspaces in libraries. Continue reading
UW Libraries Panel – The Newbie’s Guide to Conquering a Conference
March 11, 2019
10:00 – 11:00 am (PST)
OUGL 220 and Zoom (stay tuned for link)
UW Libraries is holding a panel called “The Newbie’s Guide to Conquering a Conference” about how to approach attending and presenting at library conferences. The panel will be aimed at early career librarians, and MLIS students have been invited by Sally Pine to attend.
There is a lot happening with iSchool career events in the next few months. Be sure you don’t miss any of the activity!
We are still in the process of hiring a new Career Services Adviser, and eventually an Asst. Director for Career Services. However, you can still see someone for advising on you career-related questions.
Laura Schildkraut will be available for advising appointments beginning next week (January 12th). Her appointments will be both in person and virtual, and you will be able to schedule them via iCareers. We’re still in the process of setting up her access to iCareers, so it will be a few days before you can schedule appointments with her.
For those of you who don’t know Laura, she’s a lecturer for the iSchool and has taught INFO courses on Professionalism and on Women in Technology. In addition, she’s taught courses in the Foster school and produced a television show on helping students understand various career paths. Laura will be a great resource for iSchool students, so please take advantage of her expertise!
Open House: Computing and IT Certificate and Degree Programs
On Wednesday, June 20 from 6:00-8:00pm come and explore over 50 computing and IT certificates, degrees and other tech-related programs at the UW Tower. Learn about opportunities to gain the skills and experience you need to enhance your career.
We will also have two panel discussions that address technology trends and career opportunities. Learn about the jobs related to high-growth areas and what to consider for redirecting or advancing your career.
The open house and panel discussions are free. Please register to attend one or both of the panel discussions. No registration is required to attend the open house. For more information please visit: http://pcecomputing2012.eventbrite.com/
“Professional Development Series:
Success for Graduate & Professional Students and Postdocs”
http://commons.lib.washington.edu/ Continue reading
Professional Development Series: Success for Graduate Students and Postdocs
The Graduate School offers events and presentations throughout the year that are designed to help graduate students at all phases of their education be successful. We have one event next week, with the rest of the fall quarter sessions listed below.
A few of the presentations are being offered more than once, feel free to come to as many presentations as you’d like.
You can also check the Graduate School website at www.grad.washington.edu
All presentations will be held in the Research Commons (ground floor of the Allen Library, unless otherwise noted)