UWB Student Life, Cascadia Student Life, UWB Office of
Community-Based Learning and Research, and Cascadia’s The Center invite you to participate in our campus’ Fourth Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service.
A light breakfast will be provided from 8:30-9:30am in Mobius Hall, followed by service events from 9:30am - 12:30pm (times will vary depending on the activity). Lunch will be provided in Mobius Hall from 1:00pm - 2:30pm. Lunch will also include speakers and a reflection discussion of the day’s activities as well as a recognition time to thank all of the wonderful volunteers. Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions, ideas or are interested in getting involved. Check out our website at: https://www.uwb.edu/studentlife/events/mlk
Demand a Change! Join Poverty Action Network (PAN) on MLK Day 2013 as we urge our lawmakers to advocate for: Expanding Need-Based Financial Aid, Basic Needs Programs, Fair Housing, Health Care for All, and Racial Equity. Each participant will get a free t-shirt, lobby day kit, and activist training. Free transportation from campus (UWB), breakfast, and lunch will also be provided. Come share your story and put a face to our struggles as students! Spaces are filling up quickly so secure your spot today! For more information or to register please contact Jessica Manfredi.
APPLICATION DUE DATE: Friday, January 18th | Noon
Friday, January 25th | Depart Campus at 6pm
Saturday, January 26th | Arrive at Campus at 7:30pm
Camp Brotherhood, Mt. Vernon, WA
The ILA has been created to provide a space for organizations and individuals devoted to issues of culture, diversity or social justice to find support, dialogue about campus issues, and share ideas. The retreat will allow students to explore the impact of social identity on campus, formulate plans to address issues on campus and identify the needs and areas for intercultural collaboration on campus.
Join your peers at this overnight retreat as we define the mission and purpose of the intercultural Leadership Alliance. All are welcome, but limited spaces are available. RSVP on HuskySync. Questions? Contact Sha’terika Perkins at firstname.lastname@example.org
All clubs are required to send at least two officers to the training to be officially recognized. In addition to gaining official recognition, you’ll learn about all the great resources available to you, and the various policies and laws governing student clubs. You'll also learn how to plan events, build partnerships, and access Club Council funds. Please arrive on time and bring your Husky Card to swipe in.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 17
4:30PM - 5:30PM
FRIDAY, JANUARY 18
2:45PM - 3:45PM
THURSDAY, JANUARY 24
9:30AM - 10:30AM
The SAF Committee is accepting applications for the annual budgeting cycle from November 30, 2012 until 5:00pm on January 16th, 2013. The intent of the annual funding cycle is to support on-going student activities, services, and programs. Services and Activities Fees are defined in RCW 28B.15.041 to mean “fees, other than tuition fees, charged to all students registering at the . . . state universities . . . The legislature also recognizes that Services and Activities Fees are paid by students for the express purpose of funding student activities and programs” of their particular institution.
Have a say in how your fees are used!
These funds will be available for the 2013 to 2014 academic year.
Annual request applications are now available on HuskySync under "Forms" and are due on Wednesday January 16th, 2013 by 5:00pm. Late applications will not be accepted, except at the discretion of the Committee. Adjustments to the final total requested by any club, group, organization, or department will not be accepted. After a request has been submitted, it may not be reopened for alterations or changes. Questions? Please contact Sumeet Dhanju, 2012-2013 SAF Chair.
We're excited to involve students in the events hosted by
Campus Events Board and are accepting applications
for our Street Team. We want YOU to be a part of bringing
more fun and awareness to our campus!
Campus Events Board Street Team will directly assist the
Marketing & PR Programmer in supporting and promoting
the events hosted by us. This is a leadership opportunity for
you to connect with new and current UWB students and
create a greater and more welcoming UWB community.
Apply on Huskysync
Stop by the Cashier to pick up movie tickets for yourself or as gifts for friends and family. Tickets cannot be used for premier showings.
Residential Life is NOW HIRING a team of Resident Advisors for the 2013-2014 academic year! This exciting LIVE-IN position helps to build a cohesive community within student housing through demonstrated leadership, planning fun and educational events and supporting student growth and development. Compensation includes FREE HOUSING and a $300/month stipend. For more information and to apply, visit http://www.uwb.edu/housing/jobs
JOIN HUSKY SYNC!
HuskySync is group management software that helps keep you connected to the members of the UW Bothell Community! HuskySync is created and driven by you to meet and interact with other students and serve as your major resource for involvement on campus.
What you can do with HuskySync:
· Join campus clubs, organization, or recreational program
· Contact leaders of current clubs, organizations, and recreational programs
· Find out additional information about specific organizations on campus
· Manage group membership for your various involvement on campus and manage your personal calendar with your groups’ events.