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PERSONAL STATEMENT WRITING WORKSHOP
UW-361
9:30AM - 10:45AM

This hands-on workshop, hosted by Merit Scholarships and the Writing Center, offers practical tools for writing effective personal statements. If you’re working on an application for a scholarship, graduate school, or an academic program, bring your draft and join us! Register at: http://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/nataliak/173622

INVOLVEMENT FAIR
Codex & Promenade
1PM - 5PM
The Involvement fair will give students an opportunity to get involved with clubs and organizations on campus. There will also be opportunities to demo fitness classes like Zumba, hip-hop, and kick boxing. Raffle prizes from Amazon, Starbucks and fitness games will be given for attending.

MENTALIST NIGHT (Craig Karges)
Mobius hall
6:30PM - 8PM
Craig Karges combines the art of magic with the science of psychology and the power of intuition to create the impression that nothing is impossible. Tables float, minds are read, mental bends and your imagination is challenged because you won't believe your eyes! From the entertainment oriented Tonight Show to the news oriented Larry King Live, Craig Karges has made over forty national television appearances. You've also seen him on CNN Headline News, Fox News Channel, CNBC and E! Entertainment Television.

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INTERNSHIPS FROM "A TO Z"
UW1-103
1PM - 2PM

Don Asher is America’s job search guru. This 50 minute webinar will focus on the importance for students to gain out of the classroom experiences in a variety of ways. Don will comment on all the different types of internships that are possible and available, including some of the newer, trendier types of experiences. He will provide students with information on how to prospect for, and secure, many types of internships and experiential opportunities.

ON CAMPUS FOOTBALL TAILGATE
UW2 Commons
5PM - 9PM
Come join your fellow Huskies in the UW2 Commons as we watch UW take on Stanford on the big screen! Game day food and goodies will be provided!


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DAY OF SERVICE
UW2 Commons (multiple project sites)
8:45AM - 2PM

Cap off Welcome Week with community service. Meet fellow Husky students as you connect to the greater Bothell community. You can also learn about ways to continue participating in service throughout the year. Lunch and transportation will be provided. Please dress in layers and wear close-toed shoes at all sites.

NORTH SHORE SENIOR CENTER
(Global Learning LLC Only)
9:30AM-12:30PM (lunch and reflection after)
Join senior volunteers to help with long-needed projects like tidying up and weeding.

FRIENDS OF NORTH CREEK FOREST
(Science & Technology LLC Only)
9:30AM-12:30PM (lunch and reflection after)

Help restore North Creek forest by removing brush and invasive plant species - 10 minute walk from UWB

FOOD LIFELINE
(Open to all)
10AM - 1:30PM (lunch break at noon)

Sort, inspect, and label food donations at Food Lifeline Warehouse - Shoreline Volunteer Repack Center; 1702 NE 150th St, Shoreline, WA 98155

CITY OF BOTHELL PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
(Open to all)
9:30AM - 12:30PM (lunch and reflection after)

Support a historical cemetery that is in need of clean-up and maintenance by picking up trash, clearing leaf debris, and removing invasive plants - Behind QFC off 190th. RSVP online using this form: https://orgsync.com/36579/forms/55547

   

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Co-Ed Ultimate Frisbee - "UWB Tempest"

Tempest is searching for students interested in participating this fall. Our games are currently scheduled on Saturdays at various times. The purpose of Tempest is provide a means for students to have fun, stay active, and meet other peers of similar interests. Ultimate Frisbee (commonly referred to Ultimate) is a game of pure sportsmanship. It is all about fair play and helping others enjoy the game. If you want more information join us on Facebook: "UWB Tempest (Ultimate Frisbee)." Come join us and experience the fun! For more information please go to HuskySync.

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CLUB OFFICER TRAINING
All clubs are required to send at least two officers to Officer 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.

Check out for the different dates below:
TUESDAY OCT. 2
5:45PM - 6:45PM
UW1-103
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WEDNESDAY OCT. 3
1:30PM - 2:30PM
UW1-103
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FRIDAY OCT. 5
9:30AM - 10:30AM
UW1-021
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FRIDAY OCT. 5
3:30PM - 4:30PM
UW1-031
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PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE VIEWING AND PANEL
WED. OCT. 3
6PM - 8:30PM

Mobius Hall
Interested in being involved with this years presidential elections? Want to make your voice be heard? Come to our screenings of the presidential debates followed by an interactive Q&A to discuss the topics that interest you most. Learn more about what youre voting for, and make a difference. Pizza and refreshments will be served. Lets make our voices heard! Brought to you by the Campus Events Board. Contact campusevents@uwb.edu for more info.

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Roarin' Twenties Open Mic Night
TUESDAY OCT. 9
4PM - 6PM

Food For Thought
Campus Open Mic -with a 20's flare. Come share your creative art through spoken word, music, etc. 20's-inspired attire is highly encouraged!
DISCLAIMER: Music, poems, etc. are NOT restricted to the 20's era. All forms of art are welcome. Brought to you by the Campus Events Board. Contact campusevents@uwb.edu for more info.

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BE PART OF A PEER MENTORSHIP PROGRAM OFFERED ON CAMPUS
Undergraduate student participants would collaboratively design a peer mentorship program in the Fall and then participate in what they agreed upon during Winter Quarter. Juniors and seniors will be the mentors and first generation sophomore commuters will be the mentee group. We are looking for more students to participate. If you are interested in participating in this program, please contact Cora Thomas at corat@uw.edu

lineCall for Nominations - Distinguished Teaching Award 2013
Nominate a deserving faculty member for the Distinguished Teaching Award (DTA)! Each year the UW recognizes a deserving instructor whose teaching represents the best qualities of UW Bothell faculty. The DTA is a once-in-a-lifetime award, which is presented each Spring quarter. To nominate an instructor whose teaching inspires excellence, and supports active and continuous learning, write a one page nomination letter and email it to Elaine Haig-Widner. Nominations are due by 5PM on Friday, December 14, 2012. For more information, please contact Elaine Haig-Widner at EHaig-Widner@uwb.edu

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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.

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