Showcase your artwork in the new School of Business and Leadership student lounge! Students of all disciplines are welcome to submit artwork of any medium. All works will be displayed for at least one month.
Submit by the 20th of each month to be included the following month. Submit an image or file of your work to email@example.com with the dimensions of the piece. Also include a short artist statement and your own major/minor. All art must be ready to be presented by the time of submission.
This session will include the annual presentation of the Budget Task Force (9:30–10 a.m.), followed by a brief presentation from President Crawford. The remaining time will be an interactive question-and-answer session with President Crawford, Vice President Bartanen, and Vice President Mondou. Staff Senate will not conduct any formal business, but will be acting as host to this open session/All staff members are welcome and encouraged to attend.
There will be three information sessions regarding the new Campus Policy Prohibiting Sexual Misconduct, how it came to be, and how it may impact faculty members, staff members, and students.
Jan. 24: Faculty and staff session
Jan. 31: Student session
Feb. 6: Campus community session
Join us for this information session for anyone interested in fostering a service dog-in-training. Faculty members, staff members, and third- and fourth-year students who live off-campus (sorry... no dogs in residence halls or university housing!) are invited to this information session; second-year students who might want to foster in the 2018–19 academic year are welcome to attend as well. Representatives from the Prison Pet Partnership will be present to tell you more about the organization and…
Wednesdays @ 6, presented by the Center for Intercultural and Civic Engagement (CICE), explores topics that rotate among engaging the intersectionality of religion; faculty and staff members sharing dynamic and personal narratives; and social justice/identity-based issues (Speak Out Loud and 101 identity-based workshops).
This week’s topic is First in Family: Financial Literacy. For those who are the first in their family to attend college, managing money (e.g. student loans/debt, financial aid…
Anna Groat-Carmona, from the College of Science and Engineering at Western Washington University, will present this talk.
Thompson Hall Science and Mathematics Seminars, held on a regular basis since 1978, focus on topics in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) presented by faculty members, students, and invited guest speakers. Each lecture is followed by discussion opportunities. Refreshments are provided.
Free and open to the public.
Join us for an exhibit featuring artists working at the interfaces of the digital and physical, object and phenomena, natural and man-made, and art and science.
Artists include Afroditi Psarra (UW DXARTS, professor), Rebecca Cummins (UW, professor and chair of photomedia), Jeremy Mangan (independent artist), Mike Johnson (Puget Sound, professor of sculpture).
Rabbi Ted Falcon, Pastor Dave Brown, and Imam Jamal Rahman return to campus for a conversation about how to approach issues of bias and hate targeted towards Muslims and Jews. This discussion will lead into engagement with core values of three Abrahamic traditions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam) and how they might shape our need to be in relationship with one another.…
Thinking about law school? Ever wondered what you can do with a law degree? "The Power of a JD" features four lawyers in the Washington area answering your questions on what they have done with their degrees after law school, how you can find the right law school, and any other questions you might have. Come and network, hear about your options, and enjoy snacks with four fantastic lawyers.
Event sponsored by the Pre-Law Society. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Are you curious about the M.A.T. program? Want to stop by and meet faculty members? Stop by our informal drop-in session to learn more about the program.
Friday, Jan. 26, 8:30–10 a.m.
The Writing Excellence prizes are awarded annually to encourage and reward good writing in all disciplines. A total of 10 prizes ($250 each) will be awarded for papers written in the 2017 calendar year:
Two prizes in each category: Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, and Natural Sciences and Mathematics
One prize each for First-year Seminars, Connections, and Graduate Programs
One prize for a paper written on a topic related to race and pedagogy, regardless of the course in which it was written…