Labor and Social Justice Scholarships at the University of Washington
Are you an undergrad passionate about social justice? A graduate student writing a dissertation on a labor-related topic? A busy activist building a student group or union campaign?
Mangels Lecture – Samuel Sinyangwe, “Using Data to Advance Racial Justice”
February 13, 2019
Mangels lecturer and nationally-recognized activist Samuel Sinyangwe will be visiting the iSchool February 12-14, with the majority of the events occurring on the 13th. Due to the nature of the events, individual RSVPs are required.
Call For Proposals: Winter Quarter Scholars’ Studio
Deadline Thursday, February 7
Grad students and postdocs across tri-campus UW: Are you leading teaching, scholarship, research, practice (or any/all of the above) that is community engaged? Submit a proposal for a five-minute TED-style talk and join the winter quarter Scholars’ Studio, to be hosted Thursday, February 21 in the Research Commons. Continue reading
Funding: iSchool Scholarship Applications for Academic Year 2019-2020
Deadline: February 19, 5PM PST
The Information School offers scholarships for continuing MLIS and MSIM students to help defray the cost of tuition for the 2019-20 academic year. (Please Note: these funds are not available for the current year. Students graduating in winter, spring or summer quarter are not eligible to apply for these funds.)
EDUC 401F Pipeline Seminar offered in Autumn 2014
Title: Community, Technology, Literacy and You – Starting From Where We Are
In this seminar, we will be addressing community Informatics issues around literacy and digital access. The class will be project-based and explore concerns such as how to promote digital literacy and early literacy. It will investigate themes around access to information and technology in partnership with Casa Latina, a local non-profit. Topics and potential projects would engage students in multiple phases of a large-scale community project centered on literacy and inclusion, grant administration and reporting, and curriculum development and implementation for adults, children and families. Continue reading