ORIENTATION IS LOOKING FOR YOU!
We are looking to build a diverse team of students who want to help others transition to the University of Washington Bothell.
$12 per hour.
Earn 1-3 variable credits for BCUSP 203.
Free food during the orientation program.
Learn many transferable skills that will boost your resume.
Become a UW Bothell expert.
Have fun and bond with a team of peers.
To learn more about the orientation leader position, please go to www.uwb.edu/orientation and attend one of our information sessions:
Wednesday, November 7th, 6:00-7:00pm, UW1-010
Tuesday, November 13, 4:00-5:00pm, UW1-030
November 20th, 5:00pmMAKING CHANGE PAWsible!
Making Change PAWsible” is a joint effort from partners at UWB and Cascadia to serve and respond to the varied needs of people in our local community. Please join us in one of the initiatives below.
· The Giving Paw: The Giving Paw is located at the Student Life desk in the UW1 Lower Level. There are smaller paws that list an item that you can donate. Take a paw and bring back the item to be donated to New Beginnings.
· Clothes to Home: Keeping People Warm in Our Local Community—A warm clothes drive. Donate new warm clothing (coats, scarves, gloves, socks, etc.) at the Student Life desk in the UW1 Lower Level. Clothing items will be delivered to New Beginnings and Tent City.
· Food Drives: We will be collecting food at local grocery stores on Nov. 11 and Nov. 17. Donated food will be delivered to Tent City.
Click here to find out more about locations and register for a volunteer shift.
Sponsored by the Achieving Community Transformation club, the Office of Community-Based Learning and Research, the UW Bothell Office of Student Life, and the Retention Project.FUTURE HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS SOCIETY LOOKING FOR OFFICERS
The University of Washington - Bothell Future Healthcare Professionals Society is looking for enthusiastic students who are interested in becoming officers for this club. We have many opportunities for our student, but we need students whom are willing to help us become more successful and help Pre-medical, dental and Pharmacy students. Contact Christopher Chin for more information.STUDENT TRAVEL AWARDS AVAILABLE!
Have you been offered the opportunity to present a research paper or project at a professional conference? Or have you thought about improving your current leadership skills on campus? Or are you one of those students who want to create or enhance a project that will directly benefit UWB students? If you responded yes to any of these questions, don't miss the opportunity to apply for travel funds from the Student Academic Enhancement Fund (SAEF), established by the Services and Activities Fee Committee and administered by ASUWB. Awards of up to $1,500 are available to help fund students with their educational travel. Click here for additional information on how to apply.
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 a campus club, 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 involvements on campus and manage your personal calendar with your groups’ events.
COMPUTER SCIENCE NETWORKING EVENT
& B-MOVIE NIGHT
WHEN: THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29TH
TIME: 7:45PM - 10:30PM
WHERE: UWB 320 (CSS Linux Lab)
Are you interested in computer science? Are you already majoring in Computer Science and looking to meet others interested in it? Then this event is for you! There will be a short meet and greet session before we start playing the 1982 version of Commando with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Snacks will be provided!
This event is sponsored by the University of Washington, Bothell chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (AKA, the computer club on campus).
Proposals are due by 5PM on Wed. Nov. 14th, 2012
The intent of the contingency award is to fund student-initiated activities, events, projects, and services that were not proposed during the annual budgeting cycle. Contingency requests should represent new ideas for building and sustaining community on campus. As such, these requests are to be generated by student groups, committees, and boards. Other entities of the campus community are invited to submit requests during the annual budgeting cycle. All requests must be in accordance with the Services & Activities Fee Bylaws. Hearings will occur on Friday, December 7th, 2012 from 8:00am-12:00pm. Someone from your group must be available during that time frame to attend a brief hearing.
The SAF Liaison will be in contact with you by Wednesday, November 20th to schedule your hearing date. If the Committee has any questions regarding your proposal, the SAF Liaison will directly contact you via email or phone.
Questions? Please contact 2012-2013 SAF Chair, Sumeet Dhanju
Special Elections for ASUWB (your student government) will be held for the ASUWB Student Senate. These elections will be for Freshman Senators and Graduate Senators. As a member of the Student Senate, it is your responsibility to make this part of Student Government the most representative of each specific class and therefore the entire student body. Throughout the Senate term, each senator must constantly be reaching out to students and gathering information about their concerns. In this way, Senators are responsible for acting in the best interest of students, balancing and helping provide more representation to ASUWB. Polls will be opened from November 12 at 6am to November 15 at 5pm.
To vote for Freshman Senators, click here
To vote for Graduate Senators, click here
Clamor Literary and Arts Journal:
Now Accepting Submissions for Clamor 2013
CLAMOR is the University of Washington Bothell’s annual Literary and Arts Journal, representing the best creative practices in literary, visual and media formats from across our campus and the surrounding community. Our goal is to support and promote captivating, inspiring, and lively art in the forms of visual, literary and media work. We provide artists and authors with publication opportunities through our print edition, our DVD, and our website. We foster community by reaching beyond the UW Bothell campus borders for creative works and by offering audiences quality reading, viewing and listening experiences.
With our new addition of our DVD last year we are now accepting: creative videos, audio files of prose, poetry, and/or music. Plus, this year we are accepting video recordings of performance and dance. Our print journal includes: poetry, prose, creative non-fiction, visual images of sculpture, pottery, jewelry, and other 3D art forms, graphic art, drawings, and paintings.
Click here to begin the submission process, keep in mind that the early submission deadline is November 25th.
League of Legends Tournament
WHEN: THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29TH
TIME: 4:30PM - 8:00PM
WHERE: UWBB 260
- Random Seeded, Double Elimination, Draft Pick.
-3v3 Twisted Treeline - Live at UWB (must be present on campus to play)
-8 Teams Maximum
All Players MUST show up on campus with their own gaming equipment
- Own Laptop,mouse, headphones, etc.
-All players MUST show up with UW-Bothell ID card in order to play
- Bring your ID and be prepared to show which account you will be playin on.
With a team or as a Free Agent, Sign up on imleagues.com today!
Student Town Hall: Course Fees
WHEN: WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14TH
TIME: 6:30PM - 8:00PM
Have concerns or ideas about course fees? Make sure your opinions are heard by attending the upcoming Town Hall. You will have a chance to talk with faculty as well as ASUWB (your student government) in an open environment. Without student opinions, decisions about course fees move forward without accurate student input. See you there! Please contact Jodi St. George for more information.SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
An opportunity for EE, CSSE, Environmental, and S&T students to connect with local STEM employers (all majors welcome). Click here to reserve your spot.
WHEN: WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14TH
TIME: 5PM - 6:30PM
WHERE: The Commons
WICKED AT THE PARAMOUNT
WHEN: WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14TH
WHERE: Paramount Theater (911 Pine Street Seattle, WA 98101)
The story of the Wicked Witch of the West before Dorothy every came into the picture, from the day she turned green (or was she born that way?) to becoming Wicked. ␣
Tickets $20 at the Cashier's Office
WHEN: FRIDAY NOVEMBER 16TH
TIME: 6PM - 10PM
WHERE: Carol Edwards Center: 17401 133rd Ave. NE Woodinville
The tournament is open to UWB and CCC students
Minimum of 5 players per team is needed
2 females in team
Maximum 8 players
Sign up your team at imleagues.com
Coffeehouse: Featuring Jenny Snipstead
WHEN: TUESDAY NOVEMBER 27TH
TIME: 1PM - 2:30PM
WHERE: Food For Thought Cafe
Jenny Snipstead is a pop, folk acoustic local artist from Tacoma. Come in during your lunch break and enjoy some live music!
Contact Kat Olsen or Jessica Villanueva for more information!
Movie Night: Rush Hour 3
WHEN: WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28TH
TIME: 6PM - 8PM
WHERE: UW2 Commons
Join UWB ASO for a movie night in the commons featuring Rush Hour 3! Come early and grab some free popcorn!