Any Hungry Husky is seeking one student to work collaboratively with the leadership of the UW Food Pantry, the UW Farm, and Housing and Food Services (HFS) to develop and implement a strategy and processes to supply The Pantry with food grown on The Farm and remaining from Housing and Food Service locations. This person will develop the strategy, processes, and relationships that will allow for a sustainable volunteer-based workforce to grow, prepare, pick up, and deliver food.
Deadline to apply is December 16, 2018, at 11:55pm
AIS 314 Southern Lushootseed Language (5cr) (Foreign Language credit) – Tuesday/Thursday 2:30-4:20
A fun and interactive class focused on speaking, reading, and writing Southern Lushootseed language, the indigenous language of certain Coast Salish peoples right here in the Pacific NW. Students who did not take AIS 313 in Autumn quarter can still join AIS 314 in Winter. Please contact instructor Tami Hohn (firstname.lastname@example.org) for instructions on preparing before the first class.
AIS 375 Sex, Bodies, and Colonialism (5cr) I&S – Monday/Wednesday 12:30-2:20
How did colonialism mobilize conceptions of gender, sex, and sexuality as a means with which to monitor, control, and police the bodies of both colonized and colonizer. We will seek to build connections between archaeology, colonial history, and our contemporary world and to question how an informed understanding of our shared colonial past might help us better understand our contemporary social relations.
AIS 431 History of American Indian Education (5cr) I&S – Monday/Wednesday 3:30-5:20
Traditional and European-introduced methods of schooling, the federal role in Indian education, and contemporary Indian education issues. Special attention to Indian concepts of learning; boarding school education; the role of the Bureau of Indian Affairs; current trends in bilingual and bicultural education for Indians.
Governing for Regional Equity and Inclusion invites you to Advancing Racial Equity – an opportunity to examine government’s role in equitable policies and planning, working with communities, addressing gentrification, equity in the workforce and workplace culture, and more.
Conference highlights include:
Community leaders plenary with Colleen Echo-Hawk (Chief Seattle Club), Estela Ortega (El Centro de la Raza) and Amina Ahmed (Partner in Employment and new SeaTac Councilmember)
Lunch conversation with Burien Mayor Jimmy Matta
Afternoon keynote by Aneelah Afzali, Muslim Association of Puget Sound/American Muslim Empowerment Network, who was recently announced by the Council on American-Islamic Relations as the “2018 American Muslim of the Year”
The UW Food Pantry is looking for winter quarter volunteers to help with everyday operations and to raise awareness of food insecurity on campus. This is a great opportunity for students interested in addressing and/or learning about food insecurity, nutrition, food waste, and sustainability!
If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out this google form:
Cate Sturtevant, a UW MPH student in Health Services – Maternal and Child Health is seeking an undergraduate or graduate student to help code qualitative studies of the UW lactation rooms. Read more about this opportunity here.
This opportunity would take place in Winter Quarter between 1/18/19 and 2/15/19 with an estimated total of 10-12 work hours. A small monetary stipend of $60 ($15/transcript) is available.
This is a great opportunity for someone who is interested in gaining some qualitative experience, but may not be ready to dive in with a whole project on their own.
Anyone who is interested can learn more by emailing Cate Sturtevant at email@example.com or calling/texting at 425-283-8911.
Interested students will be prioritized if they reach out before Friday, December 14th.