Category Archives: Course of Interest

Cool English course for winter: ENGL 270: Invented languages: from Elvish to Dothraki

ENGL 270: Invented languages: from Elvish to Dothraki (VLPA, W) Moore MW 12:30-2:20 SLN 13947 The creative force of language is nowhere so apparent as in the fictional languages that we invent. The earliest constructed language (or conlang) that we … Continue reading

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Scientific Rhetoric course for winter quarter (VLPA, W)

ENGL 206: EVERYDAY RHETORIC (Everyday Scientific Rhetoric) (VLPA, W-Writing) Campbell MW 2:30-4:20 SLN 13921 We don’t usually think of “Rhetoric” and “Science” as two words that belong in the same sentence. “Rhetoric” is often used to describe language practices that … Continue reading

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Attention Juniors & Seniors – Be A Tutor-Mentor!

Attention Juniors & Seniors! Gain Experience and Make a Difference – Be A Tutor-Mentor: EDUC 401 F & G UW’s Academic Support Program is offering a service-learning seminar titled “EDUC 401: Tutoring and Mentorship in Higher Education” in Winter Quarter 2015. This weekly … Continue reading

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Winter courses exploring leadership and service!

How Can I Help? An Introduction to Service and Community (General Studies 344; SLN 14716) Many UW students are interested in exploring service and volunteer opportunities in Seattle; however, it can be difficult to know where to get involved, how … Continue reading

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Info Session for English Department’s Spring in London Program (All Majors Welcome)

SPRING IN LONDON Information Session: Friday, October 31st, 3:30-4:30pm in Savery 132. We hope to see you there! ——————————————————————————- Application deadline: November 7, 2014. http://depts.washington.edu/engl/abroad/londonspring15.php During Spring Quarter 2015, the Department of English will again offer its highly successful program … Continue reading

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Minor in Nutritional Sciences

Feed Your Interest in Nutrition: Pursue a Minor in Nutritional Sciences Interested in nutrition? Want to know more about food studies and public health? The Minor in Nutritional Sciences is a strong addition for students interested in health fields. It … Continue reading

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Many Great Study Abroad Opportunities from CHID (Comparative History of Ideas)

CHID offers innovative and exciting courses. More information can be found below: CHID_StudyAbroad_2015-16

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Friday Harbor Labs Research Info Session Friday, October 17th

Friday, October 17th, 10:30-noon, OCN 425 For more info, see the Marine Bio Blog post here.    

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Minor in Nutritional Sciences – Information Session

Minor in Nutritional Sciences – Information Session Thursday, 10/16 –    3pm-4pm,    Raitt 229 All students are welcome!

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Help Shape the New Marine Bio Major at the UW

UW is hoping to launch a brand new major in marine biology and we want your help! Participate in a Marine Biology Focus group to help us understand what you understand, think, and love about marine biology. Space is limited … Continue reading

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Amazing Study Abroad Opportunity for Spring 2015

If you’re a pre-health student who thinks that you don’t have time for Study Abroad, the odds are that you do! Here’s a great one: ………………………………….. Held at the UW’s Rome Center, the two instructors from Astronomy/History of Science, and … Continue reading

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SEMINAR ON YOGA: HISTORY AND POLITICS

SEMINAR ON YOGA: HISTORY AND POLITICS JSIS 485a and CHID 498f | AUTUMN 2014 | T 11:30-2:20 | LOCATION SIG 229 Professor Christian Lee Novetzke Website: faculty.washington.edu/Novetzke B.K.S. Iyengar 1918-2014 Yoga’s long history in India reveals that this practice of … Continue reading

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Inner Pipeline Seminars Still Open

Looking for a service learning opportunity or a last-minute addition to your schedule? The Pipeline Project, an educational outreach program through UW’s Center for Experiential Learning and Diversity, connects UW students with K-12 students. They have an assortment of credit … Continue reading

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Open History Classes of Interest to Pre-Health Students

HSTCMP 247 Before Global Health, I&S Traces the roots of the modern global health movement by examining the history of overseas interventions in medicine and public health from the fifteenth century to the present. Focuses primarily on Latin America while … Continue reading

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Open Spots in Linked Writing Classes for Students in BIOL 200 and 220

#1     SLN 14110; B 5; MWF 130-220; THO 335; OLIVERI,VINCENT; W Linked with BIOL 200A. Students must also be enrolled in BIOL 200A* #2 SLN 1411; C 5; MWF 1030-1120; LOW 117; MALEY,STEPHEN; W Linked with BIOL 220. Students must … Continue reading

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