Know how to play bridge or want to learn? Come to free bridge lessons each Friday from 5:30-7:00pm beginning on Jan. 27, or attend our weekly duplicate bridge game each Friday at 7:30pm beginning on Feb. 3. Both events are located near campus at: 1305 NE 47TH ST Seattle.
Thurs, Jan 19, 5-5:45 Bank of America Executive Education Building , Rm 310 (precedes Resource Nights)“Intent to Submit” – preliminary team information due February 10If you believe in the need to create ‘solutions for the planet’, then put your passion to work. The cleantech sector is exploding – make connections and get started NOW. And, if you’re thinking about entering the Business Plan Competition with your cleantech idea, consider this a great way to get ahead of the pack. Continue reading
An HCDE alum is helping put on World IA Day in Vancouver, B.C. and is looking for folks interested in speaking at their event. It will be on Saturday, February 11th at the Media Cafe at W2. The overall theme is Designing Structures for Understanding. The website is at http://worldiaday.org/locations/vancouver-canada and registration at http://worldiadayvancouver.eventbrite.ca/.
Speaker: Hrvoje Benko (MSR)
Wednesday, January 4
ART 236 (map)
High-Fidelity Augmented Reality Interactions Without Goggles, Gloves or 3D Trackers
For years, researchers have attempted to make virtual experiences more immersive and more realistic; however, while the improvements in graphics and rendering made Continue reading
Access to information and communication technologies (ICTs) in Ghana ranges from no access in many rural areas to access comparable to some major US cities. What strategies do people with low incomes use to connect to others and get the information they need? How does this impact their lives? We can get answers to these questions through research and direct experience. Whether you are interested in the uses and impacts of ICTs on the lives of people in developing countries or more generally in learning about how to do field research, this seminar is an opportunity to explore researched-based learning through immersion in the people and culture of Ghana. Continue reading
The Dwight Look College of Engineering at Texas A&M University invites students from your program to apply for the 2012 Undergraduate Summer Research Grant (USRG) program. This program is funded by the college and modeled after the NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU). USRG and REU students from engineering and across the university interact at various social and academic events. The program description and application can be found at http://essap.tamu.edu/usrg. We encourage your students to apply soon as the deadline is Wednesday, February 8, 2012. Continue reading
The deadline to apply online for the $500 AfterCollege Engineering Student Scholarship is December 31st. This scholarship is available exclusively to students seeking a bachelors, masters, or doctorate in a field of Engineering or computer Engineering.
Click here to apply for the AfterCollege Engineering Student Scholarship: Continue reading
Prototype funding Application deadline is December 16!
If you have a passion for cleantech, the smarts to play in the emerging green economy, and the desire to leverage your background to make an impact, the UW Environmental Innovation Challenge can provide just the platform (and the funding!) you’ve been looking for. Continue reading