GLOBAL HEALTH BUSINESS CASE COMPETITION

 

The Global Health Business Case Competition (GHBCC) is in its third year at the UW Foster School of Business. The competition builds on the traditional business school case competition model by bringing together students from multiple disciplines to address a critical global health challenge. Student teams will all face the same challenge and have twenty-four hours to analyze the case and develop recommendations.

DETAILS GHBCC has an Undergraduate Track and a Graduate Track. Each team should consist of 2-4 students from the Seattle, Tacoma, or Bothell University of Washington campuses. Cross disciplinary teams are required! All participants must be currently enrolled students during Winter Quarter 2018.

A winner will be selected from each track. The winning team gets $500; 2nd place teams win $200.

 

Info Sessions:

Thursday, November 30th – 12:30pm Paccar Hall – Deloitte Commons
Tuesday, December 5th – 5:00pm Paccar Hall – Deloitte Commons

Team Formation Event:Tuesday, January 9th – 5:00-6:30pm Paccar Hall – Deloitte Commons
Competition Kickoff:Thursday, January 25th – 5:30-6:30pm BOA EXED Bldg – Douglas Forum (4th floor)

Competition: Saturday, January 27th – 8:30am-2:00pm Paccar & Dempsey Halls
COMPETE: REGISTRATION OPENS DECEMBER 1ST. FIND OUT MORE: bit.ly/1NxBCQa

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New Student Assistant Positions Available !

UW Office of Admissions

The UW Office of Admissions is seeking to hire Student Admissions Representatives!  The Admissions Representatives serve as a point of contact for prospective students and families, providing general information and resources regarding admissions policies, educational opportunities, student life, and more.  Admissions Representatives are knowledgeable and passionate about the programs and services at the UW as well as general admissions policies and practices.

The application is open until November 30.  Additional information is available on Huskyjobs with Job ID# 120997   at  https://washington-csm.symplicity.com/

 

 

WIN 2018 NUTR 490 Coffee seminar

There are two student assistant positions available for our WIN 2018 NUTR 490 Coffee seminar. The posting is live at: https://sph.washington.edu/students/opportunities/detail.asp?job_ID=12055

Deadline to apply is Dec 1 at 11:59pm. Contact Kristin Elko, MEd at ugnutr@uw.edu | Web: http://depts.washington.edu/nutr/ with any questions or concerns.

PHM Student Center Assistant Opening!

There is a great position open with us here in the Public Health Major as a Student Center Assistant for WIN 2018.  The position supports activities that are happening in the SPH Student Center, Raitt 229.

 

You can find the position description attached.  Applicants must be able to work on Monday-Thursday, 5:00pm-7:00pm, with the possibility of other hours.  Priority will be given to undergraduates in the School of Public Health who apply by Monday, November 27th.

 

Keep in mind that to qualify for this position you must have a Work Study Award as part of your overall financial aid package.  If invited to interview, you’ll need to bring your Job Referral Form to verify eligibility.

 

Please send your resume and letter of interest to sphrh229@uw.edu with Student Center Assistant:  Your Name in the subject line if you’re interested.

 

Planning on Studying Abroad? Check UW’s Free Financial Planning Workshop

Students are invited to learn some useful tips about paying for a study abroad.  The workshop will cover financial aid, scholarships,  cost comparisons, budgeting and strategies to generate extra cash before going abroad.   Please encourage any students with financial questions to attend.

 

Tuesday Jan 23, 3-4:30, MGH 171

Wednesday Jan 31 3-4:30, SMZ 580

Tuesday February 13, 3-4:30 EEB 303

Literacy Arts Alternative Spring Break Program

The Pipeline Project is excited to announce that our applications for our 2018 Literacy Arts Alternative Spring Break Program are open! Looking for a meaningful way to spend your spring break? Look no further!

 

Pipeline recruits a group of UW undergraduates to volunteer on a Literacy Arts project with elementary, middle or high school kids in rural and tribal communities around Washington during spring break. The UW students are sent out in groups of 5 to 8 sites to help young students come up with an idea for a book, write a rough draft, edit the draft, and print and bind a single-signature book. The young students illustrate their published book and present it to the community at the end of the week.

 

Our application is open now and will close on Monday November 27th at 5:00pm! After that, we will review applications on a rolling admission. If you have any questions feel free to email us at pipeline@uw.edu. You can apply at http://expd.uw.edu/pipeline/alternative-spring-break/literacy-arts-asb/

 

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Fred Hutch: Summer Undergraduate Research Program

The Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) is an intensive, nine-week internship designed to provide research experience and mentorship for undergraduate students who are interested in biomedical research. Under the guidance of a faculty mentor, interns will complete an independent research project and present their findings at a competitive poster session.

The program runs from Monday, June 11 through Friday, August 10, 2018. Students must be able to commit to this entire period in order to participate. An online application for the 2018 SURP is available now.

For more information check out http://www.fredhutch.org/en/education-training/undergraduate-students.html

HIPRC’s INSIGHT Summer Research Program

HIPRC’s INSIGHT Summer Research Program offers an outstanding opportunity to work on a research project in the field of injury. Elite high school, undergraduate and graduate students are matched to projects and project tasks, and partnered with University of Washington Medical School faculty. Students meet and learn from peers and health professionals from across the country. Bringing together a diverse group of young people interested in health care and research allows HIPRC to create a unique and rich resource for students who seek to learn more about what they can accomplish in the field of injury and injury prevention. Past research areas include elucidating the risk factors and causes of injuries, injury prevention strategies, acute and chronic care of injured patients, outcomes from trauma, and interventions to return the injured individual to their full potential.
While undergraduate and graduate students work with doctors and researchers on individual research projects, our high school interns will get an introduction to medical and public health research, put it to practice, and apply that research to creating an injury prevention public health campaign.

Details:

– Program dates: June 11 – August 3, 2018
– Applications due by January 15, 2018 (visit HIPRC.org)
– Rigorous independent research
– Clinical shadowing experiences of Physicians at UWMC and HMC
– Professional development seminars
– Injury research seminars
– Tours of various sites at Harborview, including the King County Medical Examiner’s Office
– Participation in a competitive research symposium
–  Social activities
– Stipend of $3,200

If you have questions, please send us an email at: injuryED@uw.edu