Please join the Center for University Studies and Programs (CUSP) and Student Success Services for the first annual Select-a-Quest & Exploring Majors Fair!
The program specifically targets pre-major students, but all students are welcome
April 22: 10:00am-11:30am & 2:30pm-4:00pm
April 23: 10:00am-11:30am & 2:30pm-4:00pm
April 26: 12:30pm-2:00pm
In UW1 2nd and 3rd Floor Vistas.
Clamor Literary Arts Journal
Community-Based Learning and Research
Global Initiatives: Study Abroad
Internships and On Campus Jobs
Student Life Leadership
Academic Schools and Programs
The Sophomore Select-a-Quest (SaQ) at the University of Washington Bothell is a program dedicated to helping sophomores students adjust to their second year at UW Bothell. SaQ encourages students’ engagement with a combination of services, programs, professional development, curricular and co-curricular activities that provides a gateway between a student's college transition and their future aspirations. In short, it offers a foundation to explore the specific experiences and opportunities UW Bothell has to offer, especially those related to career development, interdisciplinary education, academic success, community involvement, and campus involvement.
Source: Susan Vinson - Svinson@uw.edu
Washington Interactive Network (WIN) is giving away $20,000 in scholarships to women and minorities studying games or tech. There will be one $10,000 and two $5,000 Interactive Media Scholarships. Please visit WIN website to learn details. http://sms.scholarshipamerica.org/win/index.html
The extended postmark deadline is now May 1, 2013.
Are you interested in the Interactive Media Design degree program? If so, please attend the information session and learn about this new major. You can still take the IMD prerequisites over the summer at UW Bothell and apply IMD for Autumn 2013!
IMD Information Session (UW1-103)
5/2 (Thu) - 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
5/15 (Wed) - 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
6/6 (Thu) - 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
6/20 (Thu) - 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
If you can’t attend any of the information sessions, visit the IMD website http://www.uwb.edu/mediadesign or contact the IMD advisor, Keiko Miyamoto at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re happy to answer any questions or schedule a meeting with you.
Source: Keiko Miyamoto - email@example.com
Dr. Wei Gao invites you to join her BCUSP 188 and BCHIN 103 courses for two upcoming events.
188 Chinese Movie Showtime: The Emperor and the Assassin.
April 19th Friday
1:30 to 3:30 pm
April 19th, Friday
3:30 to 4:30 pm
UW1 Third Floor
Let's ping pong!
Faculty, staff, students, and members of the community are welcome!
Source: Weizhi Gao Ph.D. - firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday April 24 | 2-6pm | North Creek - Business and Communications
Thursday April 25 | 2-6pm | North Creek - Science and Technology
Come learn and network with a number of different companies and organizations located in the greater Seattle area. View the list of participating employers here.
Source: Kristin Hunt - email@example.com
Apply to receive a full scholarship to the first annual Universal Leadership Conference: Our Future, here at UW Bothell. The Universal Leadership Conference (ULC) is a student-run conference that provides leadership experience and training for college students. The ULC believes that service, social justice, and leadership are all connected. Thus, the programming for this conference offers students a variety of opportunities to learn, understand, interact with, experience, participate in, engage in, and reflect on service, social justice, and leadership. Look for more information around campus and various tabling events to sign up for the scholarship or visit the website at www.uwb.edu/asuwb/leadershipconference
Saturday, May 4th
Mobius Hall, UW Bothell
Source: Anna Wescott - Annakim@uw.edu
Check out this summer course that introduces digital media production in contemporary visual arts and the exploration of images in space and time
BCUSP 131 C
TH 9am – 2:15pm
Instructor: Carrie Bodle
Source: Carrie Bodle - Cbodle@uw.edu
Join the UWB/CCC community for the 12th Annual Intercultural Night celebration. Learn about different cultures from our community and take part in celebration, performance, education, and food.
When: Tuesday, Apr 30th, 6pm
Where: Mobius Hall
Free for UWB/CCC Students
All others $5
For more information visit: https://www.smore.com/jqy9-intercultural-night-2013?ref=email-content#w-8128331804
Or check out the Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/243666782438824/?context=create
Source: Andrea Ramirez - ARamirez@uwb.edu
With spring quarter under way, the second of three monthly presentations featuring members of the IAS faculty showcasing their research-in-progress is coming up soon. Please join us!
Tuesday, May 7, 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
UW Bothell, Rose Room (UW1-280)
Being in Love and Writing Poetry with Jeanne Heuving
Jeanne Heuving discusses the theory chapter from her forthcoming book Transmutation of Love, which regards the relationship between being in love and writing poetry. For epochs, poets have celebrated how being in love enables them to write poetry, and how writing poetry intensifies their love. Heuving explores how these relationships are important to the avant garde inventions of Ezra Pound, H.D., Robert Duncan, Kathleen Fraser, and Nathaniel Mackey. These poets change love writing to writing as lovers to beloveds to a libidinized field of scintillating word art.
The IAS Research Colloquium for Spring Quarter 2013 also will feature a presentation by Amoshaun Toft. More information and colloquium archives are available on our website. Please get in touch with Meredith Field if you have questions
Source: Meredith Field - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Gary Carpenter's Art in Public Spaces (BCUSP 191) in collaboration with The Office of Student Life have set up donation bins on campus to benefit Tent City 3. Tent City 3 is a self-governed homeless shelter that houses 100 residents.
Donations bins will be collected between April 22-26.
Donations will be delivered to Tent City by a 48 student section of Art in Public Spaces (BCUSP 191) on Saturday, April 27th.
Students are developing final projects exploring the complicated issues surrounding homelessness.
Watch for announcements regarding their public poster presentations.
Donation Wish List:
Sources: Gary Carpenter - email@example.com and Andrea Ramirez - ARamirez@uwb.edu
UW Bothell's average undergraduate class size is 27, and its average graduate class size is 17.
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