SeaDawgs is the official UW Marine Biology club open to all undergraduate students interested in marine environments, conservation issues, or just want to know more about the local wildlife in the Pacific Northwest. The group’s goal is to build a community of students who are passionate about marine science through social events, volunteer work, academic seminars and research, and other social projects.Read more
First Year Programs has multiple opportunities available for this summer and some that can extend through the academic year. All applications are currently open!Read more
FieldNotes is an undergraduate-run digital and print journal intended to increase public awareness of environmental undergraduate research at UW and provide a platform for students to actively engage in science communication. We are now seeking submissions for our online blog and photo essay sections.Read more
Dr. Bethann McLaughlin, Assistant Professor of Neuobiology and Pharmacology at Vanderbilt University and founder of #MeTooSTEM, is visiting UW in April to give a science talk and participate in several events related to #MeTooSTEM and Sexual Harassment.Read more
UW Student Legal Services (SLS) is an on-campus law office located in HUB 306 that offers FREE 40-minute consultations on a multitude of legal matters.Read more
Brothers in Color
Join the Brother in Color RSO for their Intro Meeting and learn about the exciting things this new RSO has planned.
April 2, 2019
Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center (ECC)
Behind each cherry blossom is a journey, and behind each face is a story. Oftentimes we focus on sharing our achievements and success, but rarely do we ever talk about the steps and obstacles we took to get here. Here at Unite UW, we focus on building a family through story-telling. Every story holds a merit, no matter how big or small. Together, we would cry and smile through this 7-week cultural exchange experience. So what is your story?Read more
Scholarships to make a difference: Udall & Truman
Information Session | Mary Gates Hall 171 | October 17 |4pm
If you are committed to public service leadership, issues related to Native American Nations or the Environment, we hope you’ll consider applying for the Truman or the Udall Scholarships! The Truman awards up to $30,000 to U.S. citizen, third year students who are committed to public service leadership to be used for graduate school.
The UW has an office dedicated to merit scholarships and fellowships, and they offer weekly workshops to help you prepare to apply. See the schedule for upcoming workshops to prepare for environmentally-oriented scholarships.Read more
Whatever your career interests, whatever your background, and however much time you have, the UW Career & Internship center has you covered this quarter. See the linked image for the full schedule of events and workshops: from introductory thirty-minute workshops to ‘deeper dives’ into aspects of your career exploration. It is never too early to get started with these. Trouble viewing the image?Read more