CUSP Presents Newsletter

Issue 47

47th Edition: November 22, 2013
 

 

 

Student Art Showcases

Please join us in celebrating the following end-of-the-quarter final artistic showcases and presentations! See below for dates:

Husky Tales: Student Led Interactive Art Installation and Cabaret Performance
Friday, November 22, 2013
7:30pm | North Creek Event Center
BIMD 390 & BIS322

Showcase of Student Monologues and Scenes
Monday, December 9, 2013
5:45pm | UW2-211
BCUSP 197A: Acting

Showcase of Student Monologues and Scenes
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
3:30pm | UW2-211
BCUSP197B: Acting

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Common Book Conference

Congratulations to the CUSP students on a successful Common Book Conference. Thank you to those who came out! The Bothell Reporter featured our conference on their website with a short interview from first year student, Feruza Ghias. Feruza said "I am grateful for the experience. I got a lot out of the discussions when other students shared their own interpretations and understanding of historical references from Henrietta Lacks lifetime. I also learned a lot about different topics."

Click here to read the full article.
 


First Year and Pre-Major Updates

Finals are just around the corner. Get a sneak peak at our study tips and make sure to check your email each Monday!

Registration is now open for all students. Make sure to sign up for your classes ASAP.

Discovery Core II Courses are online : Check out our website for a list of descriptions, instructors, dates and times for each course.

My First Year Guide : Check out our guide for First Year students at UW Bothell and look for our weekly emails each Monday.

View the Complete Academic Calendar

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Study Abroad Opportunity - Thailand

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Only 2 spots left. Deadline for Applications are Today November 24th!  If you miss it please contact James Reinnoldt at jreinn@u.washington.edu. Hurry!

Financial Aid is available! 

Application Deadline: DEADLINE EXTENDED November 24, 2013

 

Don't miss out! Find full details and an application here.

Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Department: Center for University Studies and Programs (CUSP), UW Bothell
Estimated Program Dates: March 31 - June 6, 2014
Note: This program was originally scheduled for Winter 2014 but has been shifted to Spring 2014. If you are interested or have any questions please email James Reinnoldt at jreinn@uw.edu
Estimated Program Fee: $6,800
Credits: 15
Program Director: James Reinnoldt, (CUSP)
Pre-Program Orientation Session/Classes: During the Winter Quarter, there will be two mandatory orientation classes held on Saturday mornings and also one on Saturday March 29 at the UW Bothell Campus. Additional dates TBA.

Source: James Reinnoldt - jreinn@u.washington.edu
 


Study Abroad Opportunity - Paris

Bonjour!

Join us for a study abroad in Paris, France,  with a possible week in Florence and Pisa, Italy.

We will jet off on June 23, 2014 and return on July 23, 2014.

For $4,000, you will receive 6 credits, lodging, site visits and any travel expenses required once on site.

Want to know more? Visit our program site through the web at http://bit.ly/18Udajd or contact Andrew Abian (aabian@uwb.edu) and Erin Hill (ehill@uwb.edu)

Applications are due January 17, 2014.

We hope to see you there!


Undergraduate Research Info Session

Have questions about how to get involved in Undergraduate research?  This workshop will provide students with resources and information  to incorporate undergraduate research, scholarship or creative activity into their academic experience at UW Bothell.

Getting Started in Undergraduate Research
Tuesday, November 26
3:30 pm-5:00 pm
UW1-370

Register on catalyst at:  https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/rasmuc/219491

This workshop, hosted by the Office of Research will talk about why you might want to get involved in undergraduate research, what to expect and how to go about finding a undergraduate research opportunities.

Source: Charlotte Rasmussen - CRasmussen@uwb.edu

Did You Know?

The School of STEM will offer four new degrees in 2014.