PHYSICS 248B (Selected Topic in Physics)
“The Physics of How Things Work” (NW)5 CREDITS
SLN: 22465 Meets: MW 2:30pm-3:50pm
IN ROOM: Physics-Astronomy Building Rm PAA A110
Instructor: Professor Blinov
ANY QUESTIONS? Please email Professor Blinov at firstname.lastname@example.org
This Physics 248B course uses everyday, or, at least, familiar objects
to introduce basic physics concepts. For example, discussions of skating,
falling balls, and bumper cars are used to explain the Newton’s Laws of Motion.
Air conditioners and automobiles are used to explore concepts of thermodynamics.
Engineers, architects, and professionals in other fields will benefit from the
material that connects science to our everyday world. The website for
the course is:
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The School of Public Health (SPH) has several information sessions and drop in advising times scheduled throughout autumn quarter for students interested in any of the School’s undergraduate programs.
In particular, this Thursday Sept. 26th will be our quarterly Joint Information Session detailing all SPH undergraduate program offerings from 2:30-3:30pm in the Husky Union Building, room 214.
Conference registration pricing is as follows:
(from Saturday, September 13, 2013- Friday, October 4, 2013, a week prior to the conference):
-$50- SNMA Members, Faculty, & Administration
-$25-MAPS Members / undergraduate premedical students
-Free- High School Students
(everyone who wants to register after October 4, 2013 will have to register on site):
-$60- SNMA Members, Faculty, & Administration
-$30-MAPS Members / undergraduate premedical students
-Free-High School Students
Note to registration: When you fill out registration and if you are not a MAPS member, please state you are a premedical student
Are you serious about entrepreneurship?
Apply to the Lavin Entrepreneurship Program!
Application deadline: Monday, October 14
The Lavin Entrepreneurship Program prepares a select group of entering University of Washington undergraduate students, of all majors, for entrepreneurial careers. Whether they want to start their own business or work within a larger company, the Lavin Program will help those who have a passion for entrepreneurship achieve their goals. The program works to expose students to the risks and rewards of entrepreneurship – all in a safe environment.
Apply now! https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/uwbuerk/209579 – You will need a UW Net ID.
To find out more about undergraduate entrepreneurship at the UW, attend an Open House!
All majors welcome!
Open Houses – Dempsey Hall, Herbold Innovation Lab, Room 211 (map) Food and drink provided!
Dates: Tuesday, September 24: 3:30 – 4:30
Friday, September 27: 12:30 – 1:30
WHAT THE CLASS COVERS:
* Step 1: Understand the application timeline
* Step 2: Register for the LSAT
* Step 3: Study for the LSAT
* Step 4: Register with the CAS
* Step 5: Write your resume
* Step 6: Secure letters of recommendation
* Step 7: Write your personal statement (and other essays)
* Step 8: Apply to a variety of law schools
* Step 9: Thank the people who helped you
* Step 10: Complete the FAFSA
HOW THE CLASS WORKS:
* Each day, you will be sent an email with a link to a new lesson.
* Lessons are available 24/7. Pick the time of day or night that works for you.
* Each day will take no more than one hour of your time.
* At the end of each day of class, you get a chance to post questions, which will be answered later by me, Peg Cheng.
* This class is yours to keep forever. That’s right—forever!
This class normally costs $30 but for a limited time, I’m offering this 10-day online class for FREE.
For more info and how to register, visit: http://www.classes.prelaw-guru.com
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Thursday, September 12th, 2:00pm-3:00pm
Gowen Hall, room 1A (Olson Room)
This is your opportunity to learn more about LSJ’s requirements, course offerings, admissions prerequisites, and application process. The second half of the session will provide tips for writing the personal statement portion of the major application, as well as a Q&A session with the LSJ Adviser. LSJ major applications for Autumn quarter are due October 4th, so this is a great opportunity to get your questions answered! No RSVP required.
This is your opportunity to learn more about the minor’s requirements and get any questions you may have answered. We will provide you with useful handouts and talk you through the requirements of the minor for the first part of the meeting, and will have time to talk to individual students at the end of the session.
Global Health Minor Information Session
Thursday, August 8, 2013
12:00 PM- 1:00 PM
Mary Gates Hall, Room 258
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There is a brand new and exciting Entrepreneurship class in the fall which has just been listed. It is open to anyone at the UW and has no prerequisites. For future Business majors or students already in the Business major/ENTRE, it can count towards graduation requirements.
Grand Challenges for Entrepreneurs is a new course for business students, geeks, and other undergraduates who want to do something out of the ordinary. The world faces some extraordinary challenges in innovation, big data, food and water, energy, education, careers, poverty, etc. This course will explore those grand challenges—and the opportunities that come with them. Students will examine how solutions to these massive challenges can be researched, validated, and implemented using entrepreneurial creativity, opportunity recognition, business models, pivoting, and skilled execution.
SLN: 13976, 4 credits, ENTRE 490, section A, T/TH 8:30-10:20, DEM 024
What: July 2013 Pre-Admission Workshop (PAW)
When: July 29-31, 2013
Where: Hyatt Regency Santa Clara, Santa Clara, CA
Sponsors: AAIP and the University of Minnesota School of Medicine
Who Should Attend: American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing a career in the allied health or medicine fields.
About the PAW: This Pre-Admission Workshop is being held through AAIP’s partnership with the University of Minnesota School of Medicine. The PAW is an event held to bring together AAIP member physicians, AI/AN college students, traditional healers, public health professionals, and other interested individuals with the goal of networking, learning and discussing the current state of Native health and health education.
Workshop Topics Include:
- Selecting a professional school
- Admissions tests (MCAT)
- Personal statements
- AMCAS application process
- Financial aid and scholarship resources
- Interview process including a mock interview
- Physician & medical student panel presentations
The Pre-Admission Workshop is a 2-day workshop aimed at addressing common challenges encountered by students in the health professional application process. The curriculum focuses on skills necessary for successful application and admittance to health professional school. AAIP has scholarships available to college students to cover the cost of airfare, hotel accommodations, conference registration and materials and most meals.
Scholarships: Scholarships for the July 2013 PAW are available and awarded on a one-time basis. These scholarships will cover airfare, lodging and meals.
Deadline for submission application and all requested materials is Friday, June 7, 2013.
To apply for the July 2013 PAW, please click on the link below to access the application.
July 2013 Pre-Admission Workshop Application
For more information, please contact AAIP at 405-946-7072 or email Gary Lankford at email@example.com
Thursday, May 9, 2013
3:30pm – 5:00pm
Ethnic Cultural Center (ECC) Native/Chicano Room
ATTENTION: OMA&D STUDENTS Applying to INFORMATICS Major by June 15th 2013
- Get help on how to start and write a strong personal statement for Informatics Application – an early start makes a difference!
- Learn Tips on Improving your application to Informatics major
- Meet Informatics Undergraduate & Graduate Students and INFORMATICS Advising Team – your support team!
- Not required but highly recommended to be familiar with Informatics pre-requisite requirements and admissions or attend Informatics General Information session before the Application Prep Workshop. http://ischool.uw.edu/academics/informatics
- Priority Registration: RSVP to EOP Adviser, Linda Ando at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, May 6, 2013 with your Full Name, Student ID # and Cell Number. (Limited Space, Register Early!)
- Note: After you register, you will receive an e-confirmation and workshop materials.
Any questions: Linda Ando at 206-221-2836
We look forward to working with you and preparing you for the June 15th application deadline.
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