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Master of Occupational Therapy
Information Session for Prospective Applicants
Tuesday August 12th, 2-4 pm
Room CC902 in Health Sciences
- Overview of program
- Q&A Session
Please rsvp at firstname.lastname@example.org
Husky Leadership Initiative Home Page
The Husky Leadership Initiative presents:
U.S. Marine Corps Leadership Seminar
Wednesday, July 30, 11:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Parrington Hall Forum, 3rd floor
(FREE lunch provided)
The Husky Leadership Initiative is pleased to sponsor the 2014 U.S. Marine Corps’ (USMC) Leadership Seminar at the UW campus. The FREE seminar features a luncheon with keynote speaker Lieutenant General Ronald L. Bailey, USMC. Following the keynote, Marine Corps personnel will lead workshops on ethical leadership and other core leadership values and practices. The U.S. Marine Corps is known worldwide for developing leadership, courage, tenacity and teamwork – skills that can help you stand out from the competition anywhere you go. Come broaden your perspective on leadership and register now!
Luncheon Guest Speaker
Lieutenant General Ronald L. Bailey, USMC, Deputy Commandant for Plans, Policies and Operations, Headquarters, United States Marine Corps
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Luncheon with guest speaker
1:15 – 2:45 p.m. Developing ethical leaders at each of the three levels of ethics: Individual, Situation, System
3 – 4:15 p.m. Philosophy and practices of Marine Corps leadership development
4:15 – 4:30 p.m. Closing remarks
Registration is limited. Sign up HERE.
This event is open to students, faculty, staff, alumni and the general public.
Autumn 2014 Courses
Are you interested in science education, science writing, science policy, or other areas that require an integrated sciences perspective? Would you like to:
- Participate in service-based learning within formal or informal science education?
- Explore strategies for promoting student engagement and classroom equity?
- Develop your own perspectives on the integration of science, learning, and teaching?
- Engage collaboratively in reflection, discussion, and presentation of practicum experiences?
INTSCI 401 is open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors with a strong interest in science education. Example practicum experiences include weekly visits to a science classroom, volunteer work at a science or natural history museum, or participation in a science education partnership with a local, regional, or national science research institution or agency.
"I really appreciated learning about different teaching styles and how design elements and learning principles affect a classroom setting. It made observing and volunteering easier because I could look at the descriptions of each and observe them in the classroom. I liked seeing how science was incorporated with the learning styles and observing how students learn."
"Being able to analyze what we observe is very beneficial because if I had no one to share these observations with I would have only a narrow, one-sided view on things and wouldn't have others' perspectives to look at. It has opened up my understanding from all different angles."
-- INTSCI 401 Students
INTSCI 401 will be scheduled to accommodate student and instructor availability. For more information or to request an add code, please email the instructor: email@example.com