Ankush Puri, an undergraduate senior in the Program on the Environment, is working with Cascadia Consulting Group on their wastewater education campaign for their capstone project (which is a 3-quarter course series including an internship with a partner organization, scholarly study in producing an academic report, and poster presentation at the Capstone Symposium).
They would like you all to fill out a five-minute survey that will help Seattle Public Utilities – your waste and sewer services provider – better understand disposal preferences and practices among the university community.
We realize this survey asks personal, and sometimes awkward questions. By answering, you are helping Seattle Public Utilities recognize practices that could impact Seattle sewer services. Your responses to the survey questions are intended to be anonymous.
Below is a link to take the survey online. Please respond before November 30, 2018.
Recipients of this survey can receive a free Chinook Book mobile app coupon code. Up to 300 codes are available. Chinook Book provides discounts and offers from a carefully-selected community of local businesses who are committed to environmental and socially responsible business practices. If you are interested, please visit the link below to provide your email address:
Your email will not be linked to your survey response.
Please feel free to contact (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions or comments, and or let them know if you (or an RSO/student or staff group you represent) would like to further discuss or potentially collaborate on this project.
Thank you so much, your response is much appreciated!
-UW Study Abroad will be hosting an Identity Abroad discussion on Wednesday, Nov. 28thfrom 4:30-5:30 in COM 202. Come listen to student panelists discuss their personal experiences navigating their identity against the backdrop of a different culture. Students planning to study abroad or any faculty or staff leading a program abroad for the first time is invited to join this discussion.
-UW Study Abroad and the Canadian Studies Center will also be hosting an information session about the Corbett Exchange Scholars Program. This program awards up to $10,000 to students who want to study abroad in Canada for a semester or a year.
This opportunity is open to students of all undergraduate majors so long as the applicant has an interest in some aspect of US/Canada relations. Students with a specific interest in issues related to Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest region are strongly encouraged to apply. Applicants must also have started and completed high school in the state of Washington.
This session will be held in 171 Mary Gates Hall on Monday Dec. 3rd from 4:00-5:00 pm.
The Northwest Abortion Access Fund is a nonprofit, volunteer -run abortion fund serving Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska; for more information visit their website.
NWAAF is looking for passionate, engaged, and collaborative people to becomes lead volunteers to support our everyday program work! These positions will work closely together, with hotline advocates, and the Board, and are critical to making abortion access a reality for many people in the Northwest. We encourage folks that have experience with abortion access (seeking services, funding, hotline volunteers, etc.) to apply!
Read the full position descriptions here
- Hotline Lead (2 open)
- Travel Support Lead (2 open)
- Caller Engagement (1 open)
- Screening/Trainer (2 open)
To apply, please send your resume with two references (personal or professional) and cover letter which details as to why you’d be a great fit for the volunteer to email@example.com. Applications are accepted through November 29th, 2018. Reach out with any questions.
The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington offers a cohort-based Post-Bachelor Fellowship in data science and population health, which combines a full-time professional position, academic research, and education with progressive on-the-job training and mentoring from a renowned group of professors and researchers.
In addition to providing unparalleled professional training for a career in population health, the PBF program provides the option to pursue a fully-funded Master of Public Health degree at the University of Washington.
This opportunity is open to all recent graduates and students graduating in 2019 with a Bachelor’s degree who have strong quantitative skills and a passion for improving the world’s health.
APPLY FOR THE IHME POST-BACHELOR FELLOWSHIP TODAY
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FELLOWSHIP HERE
APPLY BY JANUARY 10 2019