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Title Key event Date submitted Date modified Official Time(s) Status Description Focus Topics Audience Location type Virtual link In-person location type Official on-campus in-person location Volunteers requested Number of volunteers requested Expected number in attendance A/V Needs Contact name Contact cellphone Contact email Collaborators
08/6/22 3:28 PM08/6/22 3:28 PM; –draft
08/23/22 9:14 AM08/23/22 9:14 AM; –draft
07/23/22 7:48 AM07/23/22 7:48 AM; –draftCareer ExplorationInfo Session; 1st-year students; International students; Taiwanese Youth Alliance of the Pacific Northwest (TYAPN);
08/8/22 4:21 PM08/8/22 4:21 PM; –draftAcademic Success;
‘The Collective’ Improv Comedy Performance09/15/22 11:26 AM09/15/22 11:26 AMFri Sep 30; 9:00 pm–10:00 pmpublishThe Collective Improv Troupe has been making Huskies laugh every other Friday night since the 90s with hilarious impromptu scenes; wildly sharp wit; and laughter-inducing teamwork. Come and see what we're all about at our annual Dawg Daze performance at the Ethnic Cultural Theater; where our troupe performs to crowds all throughout the year! Whether you're an improv veteran or improv virgin; get ready to watch this ragtag group of students put on a night of fun and laughs. If you like what you see; who knows...when auditions roll around in October; these comedians could become your own teammates and friends! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSamuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural TheaterNo165Isabella Cunio4257612012isacunio@uw.eduThe Collective Improv Troupe;
“I don’t know what to do with my hands” Party07/27/22 3:14 PM09/19/22 11:03 AMTue Sep 27; 10:00 am–12:30 pmpublishJoin us for de-stressing activities like origami; puzzles; art/coloring; and cookie decorating. This will be a casual; low-sensory; low-scent space for people to mingle with each other or quietly do arts and crafts in the company of each other. If you self-identify as disabled and/or neurodivergent; are a disability justice ally; or are a neurodiversity enthusiast; this event is great for you! Access needs and guidelines are available at this link: https://tinyurl.com/hands-social All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 334No75Computer access; Projector/Screen; Tiara Schwarze-Taufiq651-434-1618huskies4neurodiverse@gmail.comASL Club @ UW; ASL Club @ UW; ASL Club @ UW; ASL Club @ UW;
[Cancelled] UTS Meet-and-Greet09/1/22 12:20 PM09/20/22 4:52 PMTue Sep 27; 2:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishThe Undergraduate Theatre Society strives to create equitable and inclusive learning opportunities where students can explore their creative interests in any area of the theatre. Come join us outside of Hutchinson Hall for a information session! Learn about our upcoming season; get to know the board; find out about production opportunities; and even play some fun games with us! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusOutside of Hutchinson HallNo75Kalea Levy2069145939kalealevy@gmail.comUndergraduate Theatre Society ;
[Tickets Sold Out!] Dawg Daze Goes to the Marinersyes05/6/22 11:57 AM09/27/22 7:52 AMTue Sep 27; 6:40 pm–10:00 pmpublish[Tickets Sold Out!] Come celebrate the beginning of the school year as the Seattle Mariners play against the Texas Rangers! Take part in the 14th annual Mariners game during Dawg Daze; and receive a free Dawg Daze/Mariners t-shirt to commemorate the game. View Level tickets are available for $14; while main level tickets are $24! Purchase your tickets on the Mariners website here. There will be a meet-up at Red Square for students taking the Light Rail to T-Mobile Park. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNoKathy Yin5033078996dawgdaze@uw.eduFirst Year Programs;
[Tickets Sold Out!] Dawg Daze Goes to the Mariners: Meet Up & Go!yes05/6/22 11:46 AM09/27/22 7:52 AMTue Sep 27; 5:00 pm–5:10 pmpublish[Tickets Sold Out!] Meet up with a group of Dawg Daze Leaders and other students to take the Light Rail train down to T-Mobile Park for the Dawg Daze Goes to the Mariners event! Students must purchase their own tickets for the game. The group will leave promptly at 5:20pm! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusRed SquareYes6150Kathy Yin5033078996dawgdaze@uw.eduFirst Year Programs;
[Tickets Sold Out!] Vets Night Out @ The Mariners06/10/22 11:06 AM09/27/22 7:52 AMTue Sep 27; 6:30 pm–9:30 pmpublish[Tickets Sold Out!] Join in with First Year Programs to attend the Mariners game on Tuesday night. You'll get discounted tickets when you show your Husky ID and you'll meet lots of other Huskies at the University. Come have a hot dog; watch a game; and make some friends! Meet up with a group of Dawg Daze Leaders and other students to take the Light Rail train down to T-Mobile Park for the Mariners event! Students must purchase their own tickets for the game. The group will leave promptly at 5:20pm! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Transfer students; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo1Dr. Samantha Powers540-588-1026SAPOWERS@UW.EDUStudent Veteran Life;
3D Indigenous Walking Touryes09/24/22 9:43 AM09/24/22 9:43 AMFri Sep 30; 8:00 am–5:00 pmpublishThis is a special virtual tour of the University of Washington campus through an Indigenous lens; available to anyone inside or outside the UW community. The tour is based on Owen’s original publication and includes narration by Owen and photos and videos at 10-stops across the UW campus. Join the tour: 3D Indigenous Walking TourGet ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Info Session; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://tour.concept3d.com/share/e_1VwiKQY/stop/1 [tour.concept3d.com]No1Katy DeRosierkatyd2@uw.edukatyd2@uw.eduOffice of the Provost;
4th Annual Social Justice Poetry Jam09/14/22 10:19 AM09/20/22 2:28 PMMon Sep 26; 1:00 pm–2:30 pmpublishYou are invited to experience; write and perform poetry alongside social justice activists and creatives from our university community. Sponsored by the Departments of American Ethnic Studies; American Indian Studies; Geography; and the Bridges Center for Labor Studies. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusIntellectual House Gathering Circle (Outside Intellectual House Main Entrance)No250Lorna Hamill206-221-0664lthamill@uw.eduGeography - Nell Gross; Geography - Nell Gross;
90’s Night: Washington Volleyball vs. Washington State08/22/22 10:43 AM08/30/22 11:37 AMWed Sep 21; 6:00 pm–8:00 pmpublishCelebrate 90's Night as Washington Volleyball takes on in-state rival Washington State in the Boeing Apple Cup! Admission is FREE with your Husky ID; so arrive early to get the best seats in Alaska Airlines Arena and enjoy high-flying college volleyball! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusAlaska Airlines ArenaNo21000Kaylee Candy253-394-8484kcandy@uw.eduWashington Athletics;
A Taste of DubHacks07/19/22 8:59 AM09/26/22 5:58 PMMon Sep 26; 3:00 pm–4:30 pmpublishCome get "A Taste of DubHacks"; a preview of our annual hackathon coming up on the weekend of October 22nd! Whether you're a hackathon pro or don't even know what the word means; join us to learn what DubHacks is all about; meet new people and design a quick project about a topic you're passionate about. There'll be prizes! We're so excited to meet you! This event will be held twice: on September 26th and September 27th at 3pm and 1pm respectively. Come for any session and if we've hit capacity we'll save your spot for the next session :) DubHacks is a tech and entrepreneurship non-profit in Seattle run by students here at UW; and we bring together students of all backgrounds to tackle the issues they are most passionate about. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW COVID-19 policies. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 260No260Computer access; Projector/Screen; David Song2064513109davsong@uw.eduDubHacks;
A Walking Tour of UW Environmental Action07/27/22 11:39 AM08/30/22 11:44 AMMon Sep 26; 11:00 am–12:00 pmpublishWhat is the UW's history with environmental activism? How sustainable is the UW; really? What resources are available to you on your quest for environmentalism? The UW has a complex history with environmental action that continues to this day. Join Environmental Policy Student Association (EPSA) and Institutional Climate Action (ICA); two of UW's environmental activist RSOs; on a guided walking tour of some of the UW's most significant legacies of environmental action. Visit some of the most beautiful green spaces on campus; learn about the ongoing fight for clean energy; and discover how you can develop your own legacy of sustainability! As we walk; we will share resources; trivia; and goodies to help expand your own environmentalism here at UW. If you are interested; meet us at Rainier Vista where we will begin the tour. We hope to see you there! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusUpper Rainier VistaNo230Isaac Olson425-239-1741ido77@uw.eduInstitutional Climate Action UW Chapter; Institutional Climate Action UW Chapter;
A2F Christian Fellowship Night09/7/22 12:23 PM09/19/22 10:51 AMFri Sep 23; 4:00 pm–5:00 pmpublishWe would love to invite you to our welcome night to kick off the school year! We'll have FREE Hawaiian BBQ dinner; games; an interactive panel; and a chance to get to know our group and other new students; see you there! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; Transfer students; In-personOn-campusHUB 250No2100Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Evan Yip4253677457Evan@yipsite.netActs2Fellowship;
A2F Frisbee & Pizza08/22/22 10:43 AM09/18/22 8:45 PMSat Sep 24; 1:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishSwing by for some low key frisbee and get to know our group Acts 2 Christian Fellowship! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; Transfer students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusUpper Rainier Vista20Evan Yip4253677457Evan@yipsite.netActs2Fellowship;
A2F Unconventional Sports Tournament08/22/22 10:42 AM09/18/22 8:46 PMMon Sep 26; 6:00 pm–8:00 pmpublishYoga balls; Lawn Flamingos; & Giant Burritos — all this and more will be involved in this highly anticipated; once a year event! Join Acts 2 Christian Fellowship to try out some new sports and meet some new friends All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; Transfer students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusUpper Rainier VistaNo20Evan Yip4253677457Evan@yipsite.netActs2Fellowship;
A2F Women’s Small Group08/31/22 9:24 AM09/18/22 9:16 PMWed Sep 28; 7:00 pm–8:30 pmpublishCollege life is hard- get through it with a small group of friends! Whether you identify as Christian or not; we would love to welcome you to join one of our life groups. We'll be meeting regularly to share a meal; discuss different ways to handle college's ups/downs and help each other along in our life journey. Hope to see you there! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; Transfer students; In-personOn-campusMaple Great RoomNo250Phoebe Kwan8086360857phh03bek@uw.eduActs2Fellowship;
Adjusting to America as Grad Students: Kickoff09/2/22 2:24 PM09/4/22 5:37 PMWed Sep 21; 2:00 pm–3:00 ampublishDo you want to advance your English conversation skills and make friends along the way? Your grad school journey is not only a time to find an advisor and the best food on the Ave (and we can definitely help you in those areas!); but to think about life outside classes and research - what's my purpose in life? Is there a God? How can I relate to others? In fact; these might be the most important questions to find answers to; and why not do it with a community of other international students and mentors trying to help each other transition to America! We're a Christian group; but students of all backgrounds are welcome to come - we'll be discussing these topics in our kickoff session (and the weekly discussions afterwards). Join us; grab a free boba; win a prize; meet some new friends; and participate in engaging conversations! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; International students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 214No230Caleb Zheng206-294-1345igsm@uw.eduIGSM UW;
Adoration; Mass; and Late-night Cereal09/1/22 2:30 PM09/20/22 2:46 PMWed Sep 28; 8:00 pm–10:30 pmpublishLooking for an opportunity for contemplation? Join the Catholic Newman Center for an hour of Adoration with worship music followed by candlelight Mass and late-night cereal! Not sure what Adoration is? This would be a great opportunity to learn more! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo2Alan Bleisch4255881868ableis@uw.eduCatholic Newman Center at the UW;
Advancing Husky Artistry Info Session and Café Social!09/12/22 12:42 PM09/12/22 12:42 PMMon Sep 26; 12:00 pm–2:00 pmpublishIf you're a UW student interested in a career in animation; illustration; concept art and the like; join us at Advancing Husky Artistry (AHA for short)! We are a community looking to support budding artists with professional pursuits at the UW. We will be hosting an info session and café social for current and prospective members as an opportunity to learn more about the club and make new friends! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 136No250Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Whiteboard; Marisa Cantor4156548320macantor@uw.eduAdvancing Husky Artistry;
Advising: What do I do with that?08/17/22 10:56 AM09/12/22 10:29 AMWed Sep 28; 2:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishJoin Undergraduate Academic Affairs Advising to learn about different forms of support on campus (with an emphasis on advising) and how/why you may want to consider interacting with different offices. There will also be opportunities to hear about All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 332No250Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Makayla Dorn2063690684mvdorn@uw.eduUndergraduate Academic Affairs Advising ;
AFROTC Information Table08/31/22 3:50 PM09/13/22 11:08 AMFri Sep 30; 9:00 am–1:00 pmpublishLearn and explore the opportunities that the Air Force ROTC and the University of Washington's Detachment 910 have to offer! Instructed and led by a cadre of highly experienced and dedicated officers; cadets excel in the classroom; learn the finer points of leadership; and increase their personal level of physical fitness. As a result of this multifaceted training; we produce disciplined and professional United States Air Force and United States Space Force officers who understand the historical legacy; leadership principles; and future challenges of the world’s strongest and most technologically-advanced Air and Space Forces. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Career ExplorationPersonal Identity Development; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; In-personOn-campusThe Quad (North)No210Laken Welsh3608902081lakwelshdet910@gmail.comAFROTC Detachment 910;
AIESEC in Seattle’s Amazing Race08/16/22 10:38 AM09/11/22 5:41 PMMon Sep 26; 12:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishTo explore UW's iconic landmarks; AIESEC in Seattle will be hosting an Amazing Race! There will be a starting booth to pick up information about AIESEC; small pieces of merchandise; and the first clue to start the race. Participants name and starting time will be recorded and then they'll be off! The race will include five UW landmarks and at each location there will be a QR code to scan for the next clue. Racers will take a selfie at each of the locations before they return to the AIESEC booth in the Quad for their ending time and prize! The fastest runner of the day will be given a grand prize! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe Quad (South)No20Bridgette Byerly3606286587byerlbri@uw.eduAIESEC in Seattle;
aKDPhi Boothing09/15/22 1:22 PM09/15/22 1:22 PMThu Sep 29; 9:00 am–3:00 pmpublishWe are promoting the recruitment week for our asian-interest sorority! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusRed SquareNo250Lynn Owejan808-457-8541lynnowej@uw.eduUW aKDPhi ;
Alpha Kappa Psi – Networking and Personal Branding Workshop08/15/22 10:18 AM08/30/22 11:48 AMTue Sep 27; 12:00 pm–1:00 pmpublishAlpha Kappa Psi - Rho Chapter; is excited to host our Networking and Personal Branding Workshop for Dawg Daze 2022! Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest professional business fraternity worldwide; and is an open-major organization. Our brothers come from all across campus: from business; to design; to engineering and public health; we encompass a diversity of thought amongst our fraternity and are proud to have over 80 active brothers in our chapter. This workshop will cover Networking basics (elevator pitches; best-practices; etc.) and some key pointers on Personal Branding. Come learn; network; build up your professional development skills; and get a first look at our Fall 2022 Recruitment Cycle! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 115No235Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Dante Ost2536785003danteost@uw.eduAlpha Kappa Psi - Rho Chapter;
Alternative Spring Break Information Session09/2/22 2:17 PM09/2/22 2:17 PMThu Sep 22; 3:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishThis event will be an open drop-in event for UW students who are interested in K-12 outreach in rural and tribal communities in Washington state. Whatever subject you're studying; we've got a program you'd enjoy! Come and ask questions and learn how you can get involved. This info session will be fun; interactive; and have snacks! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 132No220Projector/Screen; Alison Horn509-851-0292ah78@uw.eduRiverways Education Partnerships;
AMATH & CFRM Undergrad Majors Info Session07/27/22 3:30 PM08/30/22 11:48 AMThu Sep 29; 12:00 pm–1:00 pmpublishMeet with an academic adviser in the Applied Mathematics (AMath) and Computational Finance & Risk Management (CFRM) majors to learn about the admissions process; degree requirements; and experiential learning opportunities. Bring your questions to a live virtual Q&A via Zoom. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/97766955265?pwd=ODhWVFZUNGFRWW9KbXRIbzlzMllvUT09No2Becky Beard210-240-7347rbeard@uw.eduDepartment of Applied Mathematics;
AMATH & CFRM Undergrad Majors Meet & Greet with Advisers07/27/22 3:30 PM08/30/22 11:48 AMWed Sep 28; 11:00 am–1:00 pmpublishInterested in majoring in Applied Mathematics (AMath) or Computational Finance & Risk Management (CFRM)? Drop by the outside front of Lewis Hall to meet academic advisers and learn about the admissions process; degree requirements; and experiential learning opportunities. Bring your questions and grab a snack! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusLewis HallNo220Becky Beard210-240-7347rbeard@uw.eduDepartment of Applied Mathematics;
Amazing Race for International Undergraduates08/31/22 10:41 AM09/26/22 10:34 AMTue Sep 27; 10:00 am–3:00 pmpublishJoin us for an Amazing Race where you can connect with fellow international undergraduate students and get more familiar with the UW campus. We will meet in Schmitz Hall; Room 250 at 12:00 p.m. and shortly begin the race from there. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; International students; In-personOn-campusSchmitz Hall 250No2100Hyerim Park2068835524haerim23@uw.eduCenter for International Relations and Intercultural Leadership Exchange (CIRCLE);
American Cancer Society on Campus – UW Relay for Life08/31/22 3:38 PM09/12/22 10:03 AMTue Sep 27; 10:00 am–11:30 ampublishCome Relay with Relay for Life of UW! Learn about what Relay for Life in association with the American Cancer Society and how you can get involved. Bring your friends or meet new friends and compete in a relay for prizes! Not interested in friends? Come for the snacks ;) All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe Quad (North)No250Projector/Screen; Lindsay Engelbert3037043303lengel15@uw.eduAmerican Cancer Society on Campus;
Anti Cinema Cinema Club Showing06/30/22 2:18 PM09/12/22 9:46 AMTue Sep 27; 6:00 pm–8:30 pmpublishWe will be showing a movie (Turkish Star Wars) in order to introduce freshmen to the wide world of B list movies. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 260No295Briar (Brittany) Bertolin3609516662balb@uw.eduAnti Cinema Cinema Club;
Anti-Colonial Movie Night with USAS (There will be snacks!!)09/2/22 8:53 AM09/16/22 4:00 PMSat Sep 24; 7:00 pm–8:30 pmpublishCome join the United Students Against Sweatshops for a movie night to watch anti-imperialist and anti-colonial films! Great opportunity to meet net new people; get politically involved; and enjoy great snacks. Hybrid option available at: https://washington.zoom.us/j/97363604770 All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; Hybridhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/97363604770On-campusMary Gates Hall 271No225Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Kip Diaz509-619-3990Kipd2002@uw.eduUnited Students Against Sweatshops;
Apple Bash08/30/22 2:13 PM08/30/22 2:13 PMTue Sep 27; 2:00 pm–4:00 pmpendingHillel UW; your Center for Jewish Life on campus; invites you to an Apple Bash to celebrate the Jewish new year with an apple cupcake walk; apple-themed foods; and a chance to hear the shofar!Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusNo250Ellie Rips7144030880ellie@hilleluw.orgHillel UW - Center for Jewish Life;
Ask Me Anything05/27/22 10:53 AM05/27/22 10:53 AMTue Sep 27; 2:00 pm–4:00 pmdraftIn-personOn-campus250Ellie Rips7144030880ellie@hilleluw.org
Ask Me! Boothsyes08/24/22 9:45 AM08/30/22 11:49 AMTue Sep 27; 10:00 am–2:00 pmpublishIf you have questions; we have answers! Stop by an Ask Me! booth to connect with Orientation Leaders and University Staff. Get answers to your first-day questions; find out where buildings are located; gain insight on reading your schedule; and find out answers to other questions you may have. Find us under the purple Dawg Daze tent on Red Square and The Quad. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe QuadNo20Julie Berry484-919-7756jberry3@uw.eduFirst Year Programs; First Year Programs;
Ask me! Booths07/11/22 3:54 PM07/11/22 3:54 PMTue Sep 27; 10:00 am–2:00 pmdraftGet ConnectedInfo Session; 1st-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; In-personOn-campusThe QuadYes40Julie Berry484-919-7756jberry3@uw.eduStudent Academic Services ;
ASL Club Social08/2/22 8:44 AM09/19/22 11:20 AMTue Sep 27; 4:00 pm–5:00 pmpublishJoin us for a ASL Club social! This will be a casual; low stress environment where Deaf community members and American Sign Language (ASL) learners are welcome to come and socialize in ASL with snacks and drinks! The social will take place after our Deaf Awareness in Healthcare and ASL for Beginners Workshop in HUB 250; on Tuesday; Sept 27 from 3:30pm - 4:30pm. Can't wait to see you all there! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 334No450Projector/Screen; Whiteboard; Ben Kosa3607632090bkosa2@uw.eduThe ASL Club at UW;
ASME Info Session06/11/22 12:26 PM06/11/22 12:26 PMMon Sep 26; –draftCome to our info session to learn more about the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and buy some cool Mechanical Engineering stickers and keychains! ASME is a student organization that's open to any and all students and can help you to develop a community; expand your professional and personal network; develop your professional skills; and to have some fun!Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusNo460Emily Mun425-737-4464emun2@uw.eduAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers;
Astronomy Student Panel – Cosmic Questions09/12/22 5:05 PM09/20/22 11:30 AMThu Sep 22; 3:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishBring all of your cosmic questions to the Astronomy Student Panel! Our panelists will include undergraduate students; League of Astronomer members; as well as Astronomy Academic Counselors. The panel will briefly go over the major requirements and admissions process. Then it will be followed by a Q&A session where you can ask current students what it's like to be an Astronomy major. You can also read more about our undergraduate program here: https://astro.washington.edu/undergraduate-programs All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Hybridhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/92095046031?pwd=ejh0WWo3L2hhU1YvdjhjTEJlTi9zdz09On-campusPhysics/ Astronomy Building B360No425Elisa Quintana5098238835astroadvising@uw.eduAstronomy and League of Astronomers;
ASUW Open House06/29/22 5:11 PM09/12/22 10:34 AMFri Sep 30; 11:00 am–12:00 pmpublishThe Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW) is the official UW student governing body on campus. It’s comprised of 26 entities ranging from traditional student government structures to diversity commissions to music & entertainment and more! Not sure where to start? Come walk through the ASUW offices; speak with current employees; and learn more about your student government! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; Transfer students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building Room 121No450Mitchell Klein2532869054klein44@uw.eduASUW;
ASUW Puppy Meet-and-Greet05/14/22 7:05 PM09/25/22 4:43 PMTue Sep 27; 1:00 pm–2:00 pmpublishCome join in the UW's largest puppy playdate! Whether you have a playful pup yourself or just want to come meet some people and their pets; everyone (humans and non-humans) is encouraged to stop by. We cannot wait to meet all of you DAWGS! All dogs; cats; and other non-human attendees will receive a handful of pet-friendly treats and playthings to take home. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe Quad (North)Yes230Mitchell Klein12532869054klein44@uw.eduASUW;
ASUW Student Senate Info Session08/30/22 11:35 AM08/30/22 11:35 AMTue Sep 27; –pendingAn event to give more information for students interested in joining the session. Will outline what the senate does; how to become a senator; etc. Get ConnectedInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; HybridOn-campusNo20Computer access; Projector/Screen; Zoe Zimmer2533554387asuwssmc@uw.eduASUW Student Senate;
ASUW Student Senate Information Session08/31/22 3:33 PM09/24/22 8:25 AMSat Sep 24; 1:00 pm–2:00 pmpublishInterested in advocacy? Want to make a change at the university? Have a cause that you are passion about? Come learn about what the Student Senate does and how to get involved! The ASUW Student Senate empowers students through the democratic process; providing a space where student voices from a broad cross-section of the UW community can be heard. In doing so; the Student Senate forms the official opinion of the UW student body and makes decisions on the future of the university. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 214No250Computer access; Projector/Screen; Mitchell Klein2532869054klein44@uw.eduASUW Student Senate;
Bangla Night08/22/22 10:00 AM09/22/22 10:18 AMTue Sep 27; 2:30 pm–4:00 pmpublishInterested in learning new languages? Wishing to expand your circle and make some friends? Or maybe you just want to learn more about the Bengali community on campus? Welcome to the Bengali Association's Bangla Night where we teach you how to read Bangla in just one hour! We introduce the steps of how Bengali sounds are formed; and then walk through basic words and their meanings. No prior experience is required as this event was created with complete beginners in mind. All you need is your enthusiasm! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 105No230Projector/Screen; Whiteboard; Navera Ahmed2063990582navera@uw.eduBengali Students Association ;
Baseball Skills Competition09/14/22 10:39 PM09/14/22 10:39 PMWed Sep 21; 2:45 pm–5:00 pmpublishJoin the club baseball team at UW for a friendly baseball skills competition! Skills will include: 1. Radar Gun-- How fast can you throw a baseball in three tries? 2. Home Run Derby-- How many home runs can you hit out of three tries? Top two winners of each of the events will receive a small prize! Feel free to stick around after and play some catch or ask any question about the club baseball team at UW: tryouts; travel; equipment; time demands; etc. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusIMA Turf Field #3 No220Nat Swinger8478583913nswinger@uw.eduDub Club Baseball;
Battle of the Bots – Advanced Robotics at UW08/5/22 1:32 PM09/7/22 12:04 PMMon Sep 26; 2:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishJoin ARUW to see their robots in action and get the chance to drive them yourself! Members will be there to answer any questions you may have about the team and how to apply. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 135No250Derek Wang2067080268dnw1337@uw.eduAdvanced Robotics;
Become the Next RoboMaster – Advanced Robotics at UW08/4/22 11:50 AM09/20/22 2:41 PMFri Sep 30; 3:30 pm–4:30 pmpublishJoin ARUW for an information session about the RSO - learn about the robots the team builds; the competition they attend; and how to become a RoboMaster yourself! This is a hybrid event; so join us in-person or online. To join online please join zoom here: https://washington.zoom.us/j/91341992659 All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/91341992659On-campusHusky Union Building 334No230Projector/Screen; Derek Wang2067080268dnw1337@uw.eduAdvanced Robotics;
Being a Christian in College Student Panel06/17/22 9:51 AM09/19/22 11:27 AMTue Sep 27; 1:30 pm–3:00 pmpublishJoin us to hear some upperclassmen share their journeys of being Christians at UW. Nearly 80% of high school Christians walk away from their faith during their college years. Hearing from some older students on how they navigated their first year or two of college might be incredibly powerful and even life-transforming. The panel will have time to share and then there will be a Q&A session. RUF Christian Fellowship is a Christian RSO that invites students from all faith backgrounds to ask good questions; make good friends; and hear good news. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 131No240David Birnie719-660-3353david.birnie@ruf.orgReformed University Fellowship;
Biomedical Diversity Community Info Booth09/6/22 10:36 AM09/6/22 10:36 AMMon Sep 26; –pendingDawg Daze booth to meet Biomedical Diversity Community (BDC) officers while learning about the RSO and its mission. Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusYes250Osvaldo Arias(509) 985-5833Oarias12@uw.eduBiomedical Diversity Community;
Board Games at UW: Game Night09/1/22 2:56 PM09/24/22 9:29 AMThu Sep 29; 2:00 pm–4:30 pmpublishJoin Board Games at UW for a game night. Come meet new friends and learn a new game or play an old favorite. Explore the Board Game Club's extensive collection of games! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 250No2200Jason Zhang832-612-0830jzhang66@uw.eduBoard Games at UW;
Boba and Build with SWE07/15/22 1:18 PM08/30/22 11:53 AMTue Sep 27; 10:30 am–11:30 ampublishAre you interested in being part of a close-knit community that offers mentorship; academic support; and career development? If yes; attend the Society of Women Engineer’s Boba and Build event! Join us as we hold a table-building competition with just duct tape and paper (winners get a prize!). We’ll answer any questions you have about SWE or engineering in general while sipping on free Boba! Please fill out the RSVP form at https://forms.gle/FhtS7GSpUUB2NJ3K7 . We look forward to meeting you! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 250No2100Projector/Screen; Vaishnavi Dontineni2064839271vaishd@uw.eduSociety of Women Engineers;
Boba And Games09/1/22 10:48 AM09/6/22 11:54 AMThu Sep 29; 8:00 pm–10:00 pmpublishFree bubble tea and games at Oasis Tea Zone; hosted by Sojourn Campus Ministry. Come meet some new friends and hear more about following Jesus in college! You can either meet us at Oasis Tea Zone at 8pm; or at the George Washington statue at 7:45pm; and then we'll walk over together as a group! At Sojourn; our mission is to make the University of Washington a better place by empowering students to live like Jesus. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo2Tan Vu2066730038tanvu101@uw.eduSojourn Campus Ministry;
Campus Photo Scavenger Hunt09/8/22 11:07 AM09/8/22 4:19 PMFri Sep 23; 4:00 pm–5:30 pmpublishHoping to find ways to get to know campus and meet other students? We get that. Join Cru at UW for our photo scavenger hunt as we solve clues; take photos at many of the iconic locations throughout campus; and engage in some friendly competition against other teams. And of course - for the winning team; there will be a prize! If you’d like to join the party early; there will be snacks and various yard games available starting at 4 pm. Cru is a Christian RSO that is passionate about connecting people to Jesus and a welcoming community. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe Quad (North)No220Matthew Erickson+1 (503) 812-8034matthew.erickson@cru.orgCru at UW;
Campus RPG: Detective Conan & The Missing Dubs08/25/22 8:36 PM08/25/22 8:36 PMFri Sep 23; 4:00 pm–5:30 pmdraftIn-personOn-campusThe Quad (North)220Matthew Erickson+1 (503) 812-8034matthew.erickson@cru.org
Canoeing in Union Bay (feat. Triangle Fraternity)08/17/22 10:51 AM08/30/22 11:54 AMFri Sep 23; 1:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishCome take advantage of UW's Waterfront Activity Center (WAC) and join Triangle Fraternity for an hour of canoeing in beautiful Union Bay! It's a great opportunity to learn more about Triangle; meet the brothers; and have some fun on the water! Plan to meet at the north end of Drumheller Fountain (closer to Red Square) and leave promptly for the WAC at 1:00 pm. *Although Triangle is a social STEM fraternity; all students are welcome and encouraged to attend regardless of identity; area of study; or interest in greek life! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo215Beau Lonnquist5033325579blonn25@uw.eduTriangle Fraternity;
Career & Internship Center Open House (w/Professional Headshot Photo Booth)08/15/22 2:28 PM09/12/22 10:43 AMThu Sep 22; 2:30 pm–4:30 pmpublishAre you building a Handshake or LinkedIn Profile? Need a professional headshot? Stop by our pop-up photobooth (at the Career & Internship Center in) Mary Gates Hall 134 on Thurs. September 24th; 2:30-4:30 pm to get a professional photo taken! You can also learn more about our services; including Handshake; the Husky Clothes Closet; and our Private Interview spaces! Don’t forget to bring your Husky ID! Co-Hosted by the UW Career & Internship Center & the UW DAILY All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Career ExplorationInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 134Yes2200Luis Santiago(425)280-7215lsanti@uw.eduCareer & Internship Center;
Carnival Games with UWiB08/5/22 3:35 PM08/30/22 11:55 AMMon Sep 26; 1:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishCome join Undergraduate Women in Business as we play some carnival games! Enjoy a variety of nostalgic; childhood activities as the summer comes to an end. **Chance to win prizes and raffle tickets for merch! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe Quad (North)No20Kaitlyn Carter(406) 890-8704uwib.engage@gmail.comUndergraduate Women in Business (UWiB);
Catch the sunset with FASA sa UW and PNI!08/31/22 1:02 PM09/6/22 12:25 PMFri Sep 30; –publishThe Filipino American Student Association and The Sisterhood of Pi Nu Iota is inviting you all to watch the sunset with us! Come meet up with us at outside the ECC/ (west campus meeting point) at 6:30 pm to walk down to Sakuma Point and hang out as we ring in the new school year! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; Transfer students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusOutside the Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural CenterNo258Ana Marie Gantuangco3605502074gantuangco.am@gmail.comThe Sisterhood of Pi Nu Iota;
CELE: K-12 Education Engagement Opportunities (direct-service)09/1/22 12:12 PM09/1/22 12:12 PMWed Sep 28; 2:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishWelcome to UW's Community Engagement & Leadership Education (CELE) Center! We offer opportunities for UW students to get involved in the local K-12 education scene through our partnerships with elementary; middle and high schools in the area. There are a number of ways to be involved including: earning credit by enrolling in our service-learning courses; becoming a paid tutor at one of our partner elementary schools; or applying for one of our college access paid internship opportunities. If you are interested in working with youth in an educational setting come check out CELE's K-12 education opportunities! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Career ExplorationInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 171EYes135Jessica Hunnicutt Batten2063901956hunnij@uw.eduCommunity Engagement & Leadership Education (CELE) center; Undergraduate Academic Affairs;
CELE: Local K-12 Education Involvement Opportunities09/1/22 12:11 PM09/1/22 12:11 PMWed Sep 21; 1:00 pm–2:00 pmpublishWelcome to UW's Community Engagement & Leadership Education (CELE) Center! We offer opportunities for UW students to get involved in the local K-12 education scene through our partnerships with elementary; middle and high schools in the area. There are a number of ways to be involved including: earning credit by enrolling in our service-learning courses; becoming a paid tutor at one of our partner elementary schools; or applying for one of our college access paid internship opportunities. If you are interested in working with youth in an educational setting come check out CELE's K-12 education opportunities! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Career ExplorationMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 171EYes135Jessica Hunnicutt2063901956hunnij@uw.eduCommunity Engagement & Leadership Education (CELE) center; Undergraduate Academic Affairs;
Certificate of International Studies in Business (CISB) Info Session06/24/22 4:26 PM08/30/22 11:55 AMThu Sep 22; 3:30 pm–4:00 pmpublishAre you interested in learning about business; foreign language; global issues; and cultural competency? Join us for an info session about CISB; an academic program in the Foster School of Business focused on international business and foreign language coursework with significant opportunities for community building and career development. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Hybridhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/92520835704On-campusPACCAR Hall Deloitte Commons (Room 299)No145Sarah Allex920-915-4316allexs@uw.eduFoster School of Business Undergraduate Programs; CISB;
Check-In With Yourself08/9/22 4:01 PM09/6/22 4:45 PMWed Sep 28; 10:00 am–5:00 pmpublishCheck-in With Yourself is an online tool to help young adults in Washington State reflect on feelings; learn coping strategies; and improve well-being. This event will be an informational booth to provide information about Check-In With Yourself; how to access the website; and to answer questions about the program. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe Quad (South)No10Nicole Schultz408-203-7010nschul2@uw.eduCenter for the Study of Health and Risk Behaviors;
Child of Deaf Adult (CODA) Social08/22/22 10:03 AM08/30/22 11:56 AMTue Sep 27; 5:30 pm–6:30 pmpublishDo you identify as a Child of Deaf Adult (CODA) and live in the Greater Seattle area? Are you interested in meeting up and socializing with other CODAs; regardless of your knowledge of ASL and connection to the Deaf community? The ASL Club at UW will be hosting a casual CODA meetup at the University of Washington – Seattle campus and welcomes ALL CODAs who can make it! You do NOT have to be a student to attend! The social will take place at the Husky Union Building (HUB); in room 214 on Tuesday; Sept 27 from 5:30pm to 6:30pm. Please understand that this is an event geared towards hearing children of Deaf adults; and is not meant to be a Deaf community event. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 214No150Ben Kosa3607632090bkosa2@uw.eduThe ASL Club at UW;
Child of Deaf Adult (CODA) Social08/15/22 12:51 PM08/15/22 12:51 PMTue Sep 27; 5:30 pm–6:30 pmdraftIn-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 214150Ben Kosa3607632090bkosa2@uw.edu
Christian Students Association (CSA) Info Session08/31/22 9:52 AM09/6/22 4:20 PMTue Sep 27; 10:30 am–11:30 ampublishCome and learn more about Christian Students Association (CSA)! Meet some existing members of the club as well as some new students. We will give some background about CSA and talk about our various events every week. It will be an exciting time that you won't want to miss! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 251No140Timothy Chen7142697678tchen4@uw.eduChristian Students Association;
Christian Students Association (CSA) Scavenger Hunt08/31/22 9:54 AM09/6/22 12:29 PMMon Sep 26; 10:30 am–11:30 ampublishCome join Christian Students Association (CSA) for some fun with a scavenger hunt! More details to come through our Instagram so make sure to stay tuned on: https://www.instagram.com/christianstudentsuw/?hl=en. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 105No150Timothy Chen7142697678tchen4@uw.eduChristian Students Association;
CLUE Trivia Nightyes05/13/22 11:26 AM09/11/22 11:02 PMWed Sep 28; 6:30 pm–9:00 pmpublishDon't have quite enough homework after the first day of class to drop into CLUE for the tutors? Well; why not join us for games and great prizes! Join us for the 12th annual CLUE trivia night; hosted by your CLUE tutors! Study up on current events; pop culture; and random useless information and then bring a team of friends or come alone and we will assign you to a team for the competition. Sign-ups for the competition start at 6:30pm and the competition begins at 7:00pm. Great prizes for first; second; and third place! Husky ID card required for building access after 5:00pm. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall (MGH) CommonsNo180Meghan Coletta860-608-7084mcoletta@uw.eduFirst Year Programs;
Coffee Shop Chat09/8/22 3:09 PM09/14/22 5:15 PMTue Sep 27; 9:30 am–11:30 ampublishLooking for a community to talk about deep questions with? Ratio Christi students are united by our love for respectful conversations about thought-provoking; impactful topics. Come meet fellow students with (possibly different!) perspectives and connect over free coffee and bagels. You may just find a new friend! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 132No180Projector/Screen; Katelyn Ebert(360) 984-4353kebert@uw.eduRatio Christi UW Chapter;
Coffee with the Disability Student Alliance (DASA) on Zoom08/28/22 4:50 PM08/28/22 4:50 PMTue Sep 27; 9:30 am–11:30 amdraftIn-personOn-campusSavery Hall 132180Projector/Screen; Katelyn Ebert(360) 984-4353kebert@uw.edu
College: A Time to Find Purpose09/7/22 2:21 PM09/19/22 5:21 PMThu Sep 22; 5:30 pm–6:30 pmpublishCollege is the perfect time to try new things; have a lot of fun; but also explore the deeper questions in life- the questions that keep us up at night. Why are we here? What are we meant for? Can we live life in a way that is truly satisfying? Join us as we explore the Christian response to these questions; and stick around afterwards for some snacks on us! A2F is a Christian fellowship on campus that seeks to emulate the early church described in Acts chapter 2. We hang out; eat lots of good food; study hard together; go on fun trips; and just “do life” together!" All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHUB 332No150Evan Yip4253677457Evan@yipsite.netActs2Fellowship;
Come see us at the UW Visitor Center!08/2/22 10:43 AM08/30/22 11:56 AMFri Sep 30; 9:00 am–4:00 pmpublishWe are here to help you! Stop by for information; directions to your class; or with any questions. Our friendly students can give you their knowledge about their Husky Experience! We’re in Odegaard Library on the ground floor next to the By George Café! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusVisitor Center/Odegaard Undergraduate Library Room 22 No10Rebecca Anzalone206.931.0443ranzalon@uw.eduUW Visitor Center;
Comedy On Campus!06/13/22 4:15 PM09/16/22 3:56 PMSat Sep 24; 6:30 pm–8:00 pmpublishYour favorite funny folk teaming up once more to bring joy on campus. Join Comedy Club at UW and Offleash News for an evening of standup; skits; and all things comedy. Want to laugh? Like clowns? Come to our show! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 389Yes2185Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Elizabeth Deng, Aakash Krishna510-386-3428uwcomedyclub@gmail.comOff Leash News; Off Leash News;
Cosmic Bowling And Ice Cream09/19/22 11:13 AM09/19/22 11:13 AMTue Sep 27; 8:30 pm–10:00 pmpublishFree bowling and ice cream at the HUB Games; hosted by Sojourn Campus Ministry. Come meet some new friends and hear more about following Jesus in college! You can meet us in the HUB Games area below the Starbucks location at 8:30pm. At Sojourn; our mission is to make the University of Washington a better place by empowering students to live like Jesus. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building GamesNo240Tan Vu2066730038tanvu101@uw.eduSojourn Campus Ministry;
CSA Fall General Meeting08/23/22 9:55 AM08/23/22 9:55 AMTue Sep 27; 8:30 pm–10:00 pmdraftIn-personOn-campusHusky Union Building Games240Tan Vu2066730038tanvu101@uw.edu
CSA Fall General Meeting09/7/22 11:59 AM09/15/22 1:10 PMThu Sep 29; 6:30 pm–8:30 pmpublishHi new and returning Huskies! Join us at CSA’s Annual Fall General Meeting to welcome everyone into the new 2022-23 school year and discover what it means to be a CSA Member! If you're interested in celebrating Chinese culture and finding a tight knit community; become part of the CSA family! You do not have to be Chinese to join . All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 250No2145Cynthia Zhou6516817134cynth776@uw.eduChinese Student Association;
Custom Sticker Making at The MILL09/2/22 9:29 AM09/12/22 10:56 AMMon Sep 26; 1:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishJoin us at The McCarty Innovation & Learning Lab (The MILL) to make your own custom vinyl print sticker! MILL staff will get you set up with art supplies and paper so you can sketch your design. Then watch your design come to life as it's printed on our Roland large format vinyl printer. Stickers are water proof and make great water bottle accessories! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMcCarty Innovation & Learning Lab (MILL)No2136Alyssa Hall2532323288amh76@uw.eduHousing & Food Services;
Dance Classes09/8/22 11:30 AM09/8/22 2:32 PMMon Sep 26; 2:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishThe Dance Student Association (DSA) hosts students to come take free dance classes during Dawg Daze. Students involved in DSA and in the UW Department of Dance teach dance classes of various styles for any student who would like to try out a class or connect to the dance community at UW. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMeany Hall 267No225Elana Skeers9092434292eskeers@uw.eduDance Student Association;
Dance Workshop: Traditional Chinese Dance at UW08/8/22 10:25 AM09/25/22 5:03 PMMon Sep 26; 3:00 pm–4:00 pmpublish Come learn a Chinese traditional dance with TCDUW! People of ALL backgrounds and experience levels are welcome. TCDUW strives to provide an inclusive and energizing environment for students to learn new ethnic dance styles. Our mission is to spread Chinese culture in the UW community through performances; events; and workshops. Learn more about us on our instagram @tcduw or website https://tcdanceuw.wixsite.com/website All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusIMA Studio 111No241Annie Yao6095106591anniey27@uw.eduTraditional Chinese Dance at UW;
Data Science Minor Information Session08/23/22 10:38 AM08/23/22 10:38 AMMon Sep 26; 3:00 pm–4:00 pmdraftIn-personOn-campusIMA Studio 111241Annie Yao6095106591anniey27@uw.edu
Dawg Daze Check-inyes04/13/22 4:50 PM09/29/22 3:43 PMSun Sep 25; 10:00 am–1:00 pmpublishWhen you arrive at campus; check in to receive your Dawg Daze Pass; and pick up your New Husky Coin. Your Dawg Daze Pass (wristband) will be your ticket to key events like Husky Kickoff. View all check-in locations on our website. To check into Dawg Daze; you will need to have your Husky ID Card or access to your UW NetID (first part of your email address). If you haven’t yet received your ID card; you can pick it up at the Husky Card Account & ID Center on the ground floor of Odegaard Library. Visit the Husky Card Services website for the most up-to-date information about hours and picking up your card. Please Note: Husky ID card is required for building access on the weekends; and after 5:00 pm on weekdays and during the weekend. Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall Room 120Yes250Courtney Saben3602962170csaben@uw.eduFirst Year Programs;
Dawg Daze Goes to the Krakenyes09/15/22 1:32 PM09/26/22 4:18 PMTue Sep 27; 7:00 pm–10:00 pmpublishCome celebrate the beginning of the school year with the Kraken games! Make sure to purchase your tickets on the Kraken website for the game. There will be a meet-up at Red Square for students taking public transportation to Climate Pledge Arena - make sure to bring your husky card! Students can take the 32 bus to Seattle Center or take the Light Rail to the Westlake Station and transfer to the Monorail. Purchase Tickets on this Site All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo2First Year Programs206-543-4905fyp@uw.eduFirst Year Programs;
Dawg Daze Goes to the Kraken: Meet Up & Go!yes09/15/22 11:51 AM09/26/22 4:26 PMTue Sep 27; 5:00 pm–5:10 pmpublishMeet up with a group of Dawg Daze Leaders and other students to take public transportation to Climate Pledge Arena for the Dawg Daze Goes to the Kraken event! Students must pre-purchase their own tickets for the game. The group will leave promptly at 5:20 pm! To get to Climate Pledge Arena we recommend taking the 32 bus or the Lightrail to the Westlake station and transferring to the Monorail. Remember to bring your student ID! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusRed SquareYes650First Year Programs206-543-4905fyp@uw.eduDawg Daze;
Dawg Daze Goes to the Zooyes06/22/22 4:22 PM08/30/22 11:58 AMFri Sep 30; 9:30 am–4:00 pmpublishBetween 9/21 and 9/30; show your Husky ID at the Woodland Park Zoo and get 50% off admission (for you and up to 1 friend or family member!) You must purchase your admission ticket in-person upon arrival; don't forget your Husky ID! Check out the "Meet up and Go!" events to visit with other New Huskies! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo6Meghan Coletta860-608-7084mcoletta@uw.eduFirst Year Program;
Dawg Daze Goes to the Zoo: Meet Up And Go!yes05/16/22 4:12 PM08/30/22 11:59 AMMon Sep 26; 11:00 am–1:00 pmpublishBetween 9/21 and 9/30; show your Husky ID at the Woodland Park Zoo and get 50% off admission (for you and up to 1 friend or family member!) Looking for a group to go with? Head to Red Square join a group of other students and Dawg Daze Leaders and explore together! Groups will meet at Red Square and take the 44 bus to the zoo. Groups will leave 10 minutes after posted times. You must purchase your admission ticket in-person upon arrival; don't forget your Husky ID! See zoo.org for the most up-to-date information regarding the zoo’s face covering requirements. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusRed SquareYes450Meghan Coletta 860-608-7084mcoletta@uw.eduFirst Year Programs;
Dawg Pack Night: Washington Women’s Soccer vs. Utah08/29/22 3:04 PM08/30/22 11:59 AMThu Sep 29; 7:00 pm–9:00 pmpublishPack the Pitch and cheer on the women's soccer team as they take on Pac-12 foe Utah on Dawg Pack Night! All soccer matches are free with your Husky ID; so bring your friends and cheer on the Dawgs at Husky Soccer Stadium! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Soccer StadiumNo41000Kennedy Miller425-870-1398miller00@uw.eduWashington Athletics;
Deaf Awareness in Healthcare & ASL for Beginners Workshop08/2/22 8:43 AM09/19/22 11:20 AMTue Sep 27; 3:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishWant to learn more about the Deaf health disparity in the U.S.; learn some beginner's signs in ASL; or just chat in American Sign Language? Join us for our Deaf Awareness in Healthcare & ASL for Beginners Workshop! The ASL club at UW is excited to announce we will be hosting an event in partnership with Dawg Daze; on Tuesday; Sept 27; from 2:30-4:30 PM in HUB 250. The workshop will start with a presentation on Deaf awareness in healthcare and will end with an American Sign Language (ASL) workshop where we teach basic signs to beginners! After the workshop; there will be an hour long ASL and Deaf community social. This is a great opportunity for all students to learn basic sign language and more about deaf culture. There will be snacks!! We hope to see you all there! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; All undergraduate students; Hybridhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/9241033889On-campusHusky Union Building Room 334No450Projector/Screen; Whiteboard; Ben Kosa3607632090bkosa2@uw.eduThe ASL Club at UW;
Decorating Tote Bags with Public Health Programs09/2/22 3:07 PM09/8/22 2:43 PMMon Sep 26; 11:00 am–2:00 pmpublishThe School of Public Health (SPH) Undergraduate programs will be hosting a tote bag decorating session at G100 at the Hans Rosling Center (HRC) on Monday; September 26th from 11am-2pm to decorate tote bags with the public health undergraduate programs! Free snacks and back to school goodies will also be provided. Learn more about the different undergraduate programs in the School of Public Health and meet fellow students and staff. The SPH undergraduate programs consists of the Public Health-Global Health major; Environmental Health major; Food Systems and Nutrition major; Health Informatics and Health Information Management major; and the Global Health minor. We hope to see you all there! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHans Rosling Center (G100 Lounge)No475Tess Matsukawa (Public Health-Global Health Major)5624585450phgh@uw.eduSchool of Public Health Undergraduate Programs;
Delta Epsilon Mu; Inc. Professional Pre-Health Fraternity Informational Session07/28/22 11:57 AM09/12/22 10:08 AMTue Sep 27; 12:30 pm–2:30 pmpublishDelta Epsilon Mu; Inc. (DEM) is the premier professional pre-health co-ed fraternity that encompasses individuals from various backgrounds including medicine; nursing; dentistry; veterinary studies; and public health. Our goal is to help pre-health students find their passion; connect with other students; access resources; and give back to the community. Dedication; Loyalty; Friendship; and Support are the principles of Delta Epsilon Mu Inc. We strive to implement these in our efforts. Join us for our informational session on 9/27 (Tuesday) to learn more! You must have at least 3 quarters remaining at UW to participate in recruitment. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 120No4100Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Paige Munsey3607132608munsepai@uw.eduDelta Epsilon Mu; Inc.;
Democracy Dawgs: Get out the Vote!09/2/22 3:05 PM09/12/22 10:39 AMWed Sep 21; 3:30 pm–4:30 pmpublishGeneral Elections are coming up! November 8th is THE day to make sure you have voted. Come find out on how to register to vote. Exercise your right and make sure your voice is heard. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessHusky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusRed SquareYes1118Leyla Salmassi2066169468leylas@uw.eduDemocracy Dawgs;
Department of Economics Undergraduate Program Information Session09/1/22 3:34 PM09/1/22 3:34 PMWed Sep 28; 2:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishInterested in exploring Economics as a possible major? Come learn about the Department of Economics and our Undergraduate Program. At this session; students can connect with an academic adviser to learn about ECON's majors; courses; opportunities; application process; and general tips for success! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIocu-orDwpEtEkxk8DZj13S2iRYOjZE6CBNo1Patrick Pineda2065435794ppineda@uw.eduDepartment of Economics;
Desi RSO Fair09/14/22 8:50 AM09/14/22 2:40 PMThu Sep 29; 6:00 pm–8:00 pmpublishWant to know how to connect to your Desi roots even when you're in college? Do you want to be part of a supportive community of singers; dancers; philanthropists; leaders; and more? Each Desi RSO will be giving a brief presentation on their team/organization. The remainder of the time will be dedicated to specific questions and a chance to freely explore different RSO's of interest at their booths! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; 1st-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 211B - South BallroomNo1150Chandni Rajasekaran4254203945crajas@uw.eduIndian Student Association; Indian Student Association;
Design a Pencil Case with Klesis Christian Fellowship08/22/22 9:22 AM09/19/22 3:02 PMSat Sep 24; 1:30 pm–3:30 pmpublishStop by Mary Gates Hall 241 to design a free canvas pencil case; meet new friends and some current UW students at Klesis! 30min sessions at: 1:30-2:00pm // 2:00-2:30pm // 2:30-3:00pm // 3:00-3:30pm! We are a Christian RSO that has a lot of fun throughout the quarter where we form deep and life-long friendships and discuss the bigger questions of life. All are welcome! Go Dawgs! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 241No10Lauren Hou8054511101lauren.leutheuser@gpmail.orgKlesis Christian Fellowship;
Dick’s Burgers & Disco Bowling with DLP08/4/22 2:50 PM09/6/22 5:00 PMTue Sep 27; 6:00 pm–8:30 pmpublishCome grab some Dick's burgers and go cosmic disco bowling in the HUB with the members of UW's only fraternity for queer and progressive men and nonbinary folks! All you need to bring is your Husky card :) **Masks are required please and thank you! We will also provide KN95 masks if needed Where: Meet at George Washington Statue When: 6pm - 8:30pm This event will involve walking; using public transportation (bus); and will involve colored lights during bowling. If you need any support or accessibility accommodations due to this; please feel free to reach out to us at psi.chapter@dlp.org ! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHUB Bowling AlleyNo120Kai Cuevas(360) 550-0072psi.chapter@dlp.orgDelta Lambda Phi - Psi Chapter;
Disability Resource Info Session and Cookie Decorating!09/8/22 2:11 PM09/9/22 11:40 AMTue Sep 27; 3:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishPlease join us for a fun afternoon of cookie decorating and learning more about disability and the importance of accessibility in our world! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 307No130Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Whiteboard; Kashish Aggarwal425-236-8802kashish@uw.eduAbility at UW | Paul G. Allen of Computer Science and Engineering;
Disco Bingo with DLP08/9/22 9:46 AM09/28/22 1:36 PMWed Sep 28; 6:00 pm–8:00 pmpublishCome join the members of UW's only fraternity for queer and progressive men and nonbinary folks for a night of groovy Disco Bingo in The Quad! Get a chance to meet other queer students and win some fun prizes! Where: The Quad; near Savery Hall (may move into Savery Hall if needed) When: 5pm - 7pm What to bring: Mask up please and thank you! **We can also provide KN95 masks if needed! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 167No120Kai Cuevas3605500072cuevask@uw.eduDelta Lambda Phi;
Discover your Dream Career as a Civil & Environmental Engineer!08/31/22 9:18 AM09/20/22 11:14 AMFri Sep 30; 10:00 am–2:00 pmpublishCivil and environmental engineers develop solutions to address the biggest challenges facing civilization. Stop by our booth to meet our advising staff; students and faculty and learn how the accessible Civil & Environmental Engineering undergraduate programs (CIVE and ENVE) fit with your goals and aspirations! We will have a variety of surprises on hand for those who swing by! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusRed SquareNo1200Hazel Chan 425-984-9949hazelch@uw.eduCivil & Environmental Engineering (CEE) ;
DIY Album Art with DLP08/15/22 9:56 AM09/7/22 12:47 PMThu Sep 29; 5:00 pm–7:00 pmpublishHave you ever wanted to make a music album cover of your own? Come join the members of UW's only fraternity for queer and progressive men and nonbinary folks for a night of DIY album cover-making and the chance to chat with some alumni of the fraternity! Where: Just outside the HUB (will move inside if needed) When: 5pm - 7pm What to bring: Mask up please and thank you! **We can also provide KN95 masks as well! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe Quad (North) and Savery Hall 132No120Kai Cuevas3605500072cuevask@uw.eduDelta Lambda Phi;
Donuts and Drop-ins with Humanities Academic Services09/6/22 1:42 PM09/7/22 12:31 PMWed Sep 28; 9:00 am–11:00 ampublishCome celebrate the first day of school with the Humanities! There will be donuts and coffee; a raffle for a Husky bookstore gift card; free swag; and the chance to drop-in and chat with an adviser. Grab a snack; meet an advisor; and start your school year right! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusPadelford Hall Suite A-002No10Meghan Gescher541229158gescherm@uw.eduHumanities Academic Services;
Dub’s Art Club Pot Painting08/31/22 3:41 PM09/22/22 1:36 PMThu Sep 22; 1:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishJoin Dub's Art Club in decorating your own plant pot! Meet others while painting on your potential bedroom decor in this social event and find out what Dub's Art Club is about. Dub's Art Club is an RSO dedicated for artists and art enthusiasts. For more details and updates check us out on instagram: @uwartclub All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe Quad (North)No1202Rose Carey4259540525mrosiesemail@gmail.comDub's Art Club;
Dubs’ Challengeyes04/8/22 12:06 PM09/16/22 12:17 PMSat Sep 24; 12:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishWhen you land on campus; get ready to fly by participating in Dubs' Challenge and have a chance to win air travel; courtesy of Alaska Airlines! Work with a team of fellow new huskies to earn points by strategically completing objectives during this fast-paced two-hour event. Come with a group of up to 5 friends; or form a team at the event! Challenges include locating hard-to-find parts of campus; participating in team-building activities; and going on fact-finding missions in order to answer some difficult questions. For more info; visit our website. Planning on joining in? Get ahead of the pack by downloading the GooseChase app on your phone prior to the event! All undergraduate students are eligible to participate. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe QuadYes10500Kathy Yin503-307-8996dawgdaze@uw.eduFirst Year Programs & Alaska Airlines ;
Education in the Belly of the Beast: An Activist Perspective on the Limits of Your University Education09/2/22 9:31 AM09/2/22 9:31 AMTue Sep 27; 6:00 pm–8:00 pmpublishYoung people are encouraged our whole lives to pursue and strive to be in higher education. We are told in the US that education is the path to a brighter; more stable future; empowering us to enact change and fully participate in society. Similarly; in the Philippines; families often put everything on the line to get their kids through school; in hopes that their young child can get an education and be able to take them out of poverty. But what happens when our education system puts profit over the interests of its students and of society? Have you ever thought about why we prioritize funding STEM over the humanities? Why is it that only certain groups of youth are granted access to education while the rest are funneled into the military; the labor force; or the prison industrial complex? How can science and engineering be used to serve the oppressed and exploited instead of being used to profit off of people’s health or support war and destruction overseas as in the case of Boeing? What could a genuine education that centers students and our communities look like? Join Anakbayan UW in exploring these questions as we break down some of the issues in our neoliberal education system today and understand how we; as youth; can move beyond the limits of the university to truly serve our communities! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Hybridhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/97740245030On-campusSavery Hall 131No1040Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Webcam / OWL if available; Michelle Braun4253091177braunm7@uw.eduAnakbayan-University of Washington ;
Electro Cycle05/23/22 4:58 PM08/30/22 12:02 PMThu Sep 22; 5:00 pm–5:45 pmpublishJoin UW Cycle Instructor; Ben for a high energy; fun "night ride" with your peers! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHealth & Well-being; 1st-year students; In-personOn-campusIMA Cycle StudioNo1025Jeff Palmer13104623888jpalmer8@uw.eduCampus Recreation;
Embodying Abolition09/1/22 2:24 PM09/8/22 11:00 AMFri Sep 23; 11:00 am–2:00 pmpublishThe Q Center is excited to announce our new program called Embodying Abolition! What does 'embodying abolition' mean to you? Are you someone who has deep and lovingly formed definitions of 'embodying abolition'? Are you someone who's never heard these words before and are curious about what they could mean? Come learn more while creating some community and individual art with us! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHUB Patio (alternative location: Husky Union Building 315)No1030Joie Waxler9149607407jwaxler@uw.eduQ Center;
Engineering Launchyes05/12/22 10:57 AM09/21/22 10:01 AMTue Sep 27; 4:30 pm–7:00 pmpublishInterested in getting involved in an engineering-related student organization? Engineering Launch is one of the College of Engineering's biggest events of the year where students get to meet various club and competition teams across our departments. All UW students are welcome to join! RSVP is required and more information will be sent after completing the form: https://tinyurl.com/engrlaunch22 All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 211- BallroomYes6200Jacqueline Hernandez509-860-9113jacqueh2@uw.eduCollege of Engineering;
Engineers Without Borders: Contests and Food!08/31/22 2:39 PM09/6/22 12:08 PMMon Sep 26; 11:00 am–12:00 pmpublishJoin us for Engineers Without Borders themed challenges that will test your engineering and problem solving skills. To sweeten the deal; we will be offering snacks to help fuel you through the competition and prizes for our winners. Check out our website to find out more information about the organization! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 305No640Projector/Screen; Kyra Dugan425-410-9336kyradug@uw.eduEngineers Without Borders;
English Cafe Grand Opening09/2/22 3:00 PM09/27/22 7:32 AMThu Sep 29; 6:30 pm–7:30 pmpublishAre you an international student? Come join us Thursday 9/29 to learn about our English Café Program! Where you can come practice conversing in English in low barrier conversation groups with native English speakers and students. Free dinner is provided! We’ll be talking about interesting topics ranging from Living In America to Tackling Life with perspectives from the Bible. If you're interested in the English Café program but can't attend the Thursday event; please sign-up at this link: https://www.iusmuw.org/english and we'll contact you with next steps! This program is hosted by International Undergraduate Student Ministry; a Christian RSO on the UW campus. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; Transfer students; International students; In-personhttps://us06web.zoom.us/j/81709033265On-campusHusky Union Building 145No635Liliana Noz240-731-8726liliana.yu@gmail.comInternational Undergraduate Student Ministry;
Environmental Health Information Session08/16/22 10:39 AM09/12/22 10:09 AMTue Sep 27; 12:30 pm–1:20 pmpublishAre you interested in how the natural and built environment impact human health? From water quality to workplace safety; environmental health majors are engaged in problem solving to keep communities safe and healthy. Join us for an info session where we will discuss what is Environmental Health; major degree requirements; the 400 hour required internship; and application details! If you have any questions; please don't hesitate to contact our advisers at ehug@uw.edu. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Career ExplorationInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/96095470482No6Janet Hang206-478-6507hangj2@uw.eduJanet Hang;
Escape Room with the South Asian Student Association09/15/22 9:59 AM09/15/22 9:59 AMMon Sep 26; –pendingMeet new people and hang out with SASA UW at our escape room! We'll have clues related to South Asia and the UW campus as well as a prize for the winners. Bring a friend or come on your own; all UW students are welcome.Just for FunMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusNo650Computer access; Projector/Screen; Aleena Haris4259613019aleenaha@uw.eduSouth Asian Student Association;
Everything I Wish I Knew as an International Student at UW [FREE LUNCH]09/13/22 10:35 AM09/26/22 9:28 AMTue Sep 27; 12:00 pm–1:00 pmpublishAll international students welcome! A current upperclassman and a recent graduate will share about everything they wished they knew as international students when they entered UW as freshmen. Topics include: what's more important than grades in the US; tips on studying; what to do when not confident in English; setting up bank account; things to be mindful about as international students; and much more! ** Free lunch provided! ** Join us for a night of: - Helpful tips for all international students - Connecting with other international students - Finding out about future 1-1 or small group mentorship Hosted by International Undergraduate Student Ministry; a Christian RSO for international students at the University of Washington All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; International students; In-personOn-campusHUB 340No620Projector/Screen; Jing Li5103146784jeanjli86@gmail.comIUSM;
Explore Seattle-Pike Place Market (feat. Triangle Fraternity)08/16/22 10:36 AM08/30/22 12:03 PMMon Sep 26; 11:00 am–2:00 pmpublishMeet up with brothers from Triangle Fraternity to explore Pike Place! This is a great opportunity to broaden your network; learn more about Triangle Fraternity; and learn to navigate Seattle using public transportation. Plan to meet at the north end of Drumheller Fountain (closer to Red Square) and leave promptly for Pike Place at 11:00 am. *Although Triangle is a social STEM fraternity; all students are welcome and encouraged to attend regardless of identity; area of study; or interest in greek life! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; Transfer students; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo6Beau Lonnquist5033325579blonn25@uw.eduTriangle Fraternity;
Fall Flingyes04/8/22 3:38 PM08/30/22 12:03 PMMon Sep 26; 3:00 pm–7:00 pmpublishJoin peers from across campus for a full scale live music experience on Monday; September 26th! Brought to you by ASUW Arts + Entertainment; The HUB; and First Year Programs; catch four exciting acts; including a national headliner; rock the HUB Lawn from 3-7 PM. Stay tuned for the announcement of the full performance lineup in the coming weeks! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessHusky Spirit & Tradition; 1st-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe Husky Union Building LawnYes8350LeAnne Wiles2067189309ljwiles@uw.eduASUW Arts + Entertainment;
Feelin’ Quizzy: UW Libraries Trivia08/18/22 9:38 AM09/7/22 12:39 PMTue Sep 27; 12:00 pm–1:00 pmpublishTest your trivia skills with UW Libraries in this virtual trivia contest! We’ll have six rounds of fun questions covering arts and culture; the UW; Seattle; and more! University Bookstore gift cards will be awarded to top finishers. Join via this Zoom link; https://washington.zoom.us/j/99967171758; and use your smartphone to answer the questions. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/99967171758Yes3Kari Anderson(206)713-5177karia@uw.eduUW Libraries;
Feeling Lost? Take a Campus Tour!08/18/22 11:16 AM09/25/22 6:16 PMSun Sep 25; 11:30 am–1:00 pmpublishFor incoming first-year students and transfer students! This tour will cover essential resources and hot-spots for student activity; as well as identify main buildings students will likely access during their first year on campus. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; Transfer students; In-personOn-campusThe HUB Front EntranceNo350Wien Sillevis Smitt4086557621wijss@uw.eduCampus Visit Program;
Field Day with Special Olympics at the University of Washington09/1/22 2:33 PM09/14/22 3:05 PMMon Sep 26; 11:30 am–2:00 pmpublishSpecial Olympics at the University of Washington is an RSO focused on using programming in sports; health; education; and community building to tackle the inactivity; stigma; isolation; and injustice that people with intellectual disabilities (ID) face. Our work goes far beyond sports events; driving social change that enables full social participation for people with ID. Join us at our Dawg Daze Event for some field day events; including soccer; frisbee; and cornhole! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusUpper Rainier VistaNo325Benjamin Kuo2817814879kuob@uw.eduSpecial Olympics at the University of Washington (SOUW);
Field Day with SWE07/15/22 1:19 PM08/30/22 12:04 PMThu Sep 29; 5:30 pm–6:30 pmpublishAre you interested in being part of a close-knit community that offers mentorship; academic support; and career development? If yes; attend Society of Women Engineer’s Field Day event! Join us as we host multiple field day games and give out raffles! You’ll have the chance to meet fellow classmates and learn how you can be part of the world’s largest advocate for women in engineering and technology! We’ll answer any questions you have about SWE or engineering in general. Please fill out the RSVP form here. We look forward to meeting you! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusUpper Rainier VistaNo380Vaishnavi Dontineni2064839271vaishd@uw.eduSociety of Women Engineers;
Find Your Classes with ASP08/31/22 3:37 PM09/12/22 9:59 AMMon Sep 26; 1:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishAre you not sure where your classes are on campus? Are you hoping to figure out your route between classes before school starts? Come chat with the Academic Support Programs (ASP) team in Red Square. Academic Success Coaches will provide some time management tips and share what they do on campus. You will also get a chance to walk around with a group of students to explore campus more and find where your courses are. This is not an official campus tour but a chance to walk around campus with other peers. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; In-personOn-campusRed SquareYes1050Alli Botelho808-341-9954botelhoa@uw.eduAcademic Support Programs;
First Generation Student Panelyes05/13/22 11:17 AM09/16/22 4:37 PMTue Sep 27; 12:00 pm–1:00 pmpublishThe First Generation Student Panel is intentionally designed to welcome first-generation college students to campus! Join us for food and hear from a panel of first-gen peers sharing their experiences and advice to incoming first-gen students. Dawg Daze and ECC host this event to create an opportunity for networking and building community before school starts. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; First-generation students; In-personOn-campusSamuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural CenterYes470Courtney Saben360-296-2170csaben@uw.eduFirst Year Programs;
First Generation Students: Welcome to the UW Libraries!08/30/22 2:12 PM09/6/22 4:21 PMFri Sep 23; 11:00 am–12:00 pmpublishAttend our library orientation for first generation students to find out how the UW Libraries can help you succeed at UW. We’ll show you how to connect online; find course materials; start your own research; and more! In addition; you’ll have a chance to meet other students and ask any questions you might have. Student attendees will be entered into a drawing for a $20 e-gift card. Husky Card required for entry to Odegaard Library. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Vaccination Policy and the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. Academic SuccessMeet a New Friend; Info Session; First-generation students; In-personOn-campusOdegaard Library Room 102No430Emilie Vrbancic630-648-9746vrbancic@uw.eduUW Libraries;
First-Year Networks Welcome09/6/22 5:38 PM09/16/22 12:49 PMSat Sep 24; 10:30 am–11:30 ampublishAre you joining a First-Year Network this autumn quarter? If so; please come join us for a fun Networks Welcome event! We will introduce your program coordinators; play some games to connect you with your Network; and transition into the Dubs' Challenge Dawg Daze event together. Sign up for a network today. https://fyp.washington.edu/networks All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; Transfer students; In-personOn-campusSylvan GroveYes6350First-Year Networks206-543-4905fyengage@uw.eduFirst Year Programs;
FIUTS Community BBQ09/12/22 10:43 AM09/12/22 10:57 AMFri Sep 23; 4:00 pm–8:00 pmpublishAll are welcome and invited to this year's FIUTS Community BBQ! Community BBQ is one of FIUTS' largest community events held for new students; current students; facilitators; staff; host families; friends; relatives; partners; and pets to celebrate the kick-off of the 2022-2023 school year together. Get to know the FIUTS community and new FIUTS international and domestic students over food and games! We will serve beef hot dogs; turkey hot dogs; vegan sausages; chips; soda; etc. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusYes9Alex Radi206-412-8937alex@fiuts.orgFIUTS;
FIUTS International Student Welcome08/2/22 11:01 PM08/2/22 11:01 PMFri Sep 23; 4:00 pm–8:00 pmdraftIn-personOff-campus9Alex Radi206-412-8937alex@fiuts.org
Foster School of Business Undergraduate In-Person Information Session06/13/22 4:22 PM08/30/22 12:05 PMMon Sep 26; 3:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishInterested in Business? Attend our in-person Foster Information session and get your questions answered about all things related to admissions to the Foster School of Business and learn about our various majors! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusKane Hall 210No9230Computer access; Projector/Screen; Bilen Million4253198950bilenm@uw.eduFoster Undergraduate Programs;
Foster School of Business Undergraduate Information Session06/13/22 11:38 AM08/30/22 12:06 PMThu Sep 22; 4:00 pm–4:45 pmpublishInterested in Business? Attend our virtual Foster Information sessions and get your questions answered about all things related to admissions to the Foster School of Business and all the majors Foster has to offer! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/93859659556No9Bilen Million4253198950bilenm@uw.eduFoster Undergraduate Programs;
Fraternity Open House09/8/22 3:34 PM09/12/22 9:44 AMThu Sep 22; 12:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishCheck out the Fraternities and see what the Greek community is all about! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo9Brett Roper2063038097ifcjoin@uw.eduInterFraternity Council;
Fraternity Recruitment Information Session09/8/22 3:36 PM09/12/22 9:44 AMWed Sep 21; 2:30 pm–3:30 pmpublishLearn about Fraternity recruitment and how it works here at UW! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 264No940Projector/Screen; Brett Roper2063038097ifcjoin@uw.eduInterFraternity Council;
Free Popcorn at Quad Flicks — from Cinema & Media Studies (CMS)05/31/22 11:08 AM08/30/22 12:06 PMFri Sep 23; 7:00 pm–8:00 pmpublishThe popcorn is our treat! Ask us about our exciting new major in Cinema & Media Studies! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessHusky Spirit & Tradition; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe QuadYes101000Eric Ames206-771-7988eames@uw.eduCinema & Media Studies;
French & Italian Studies Trivia Game!08/22/22 9:59 AM09/9/22 8:37 AMTue Sep 27; 4:00 pm–5:00 pmpublishCome test your knowledge of French & Italian Studies culture; literature; history; and film! The trivia game is open to all and will be conducted in English; no prior experience with French & Italian needed. Trivia questions will cover a range of fascinating topics to be taught in French & Italian Studies and Textual Studies courses this year. Snacks and beverages will be available for free. Prizes will be awarded to the trivia game winners; including University Bookstore gift cards and UW gear. Come play and learn about our courses; major/minors; and study abroad programs! The Trivia Game goes from 4:00-5:00pm on Tuesday; September 27th in Savery 264. Teams of up to 4 students allowed All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 264No1060Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Microphone; Michael Rich(206) 616-3486mrich87@uw.eduDepartment of French & Italian Studies;
Furmata A Cappella open rehearsal07/6/22 5:20 PM08/30/22 12:07 PMFri Sep 23; 3:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishJoin current members of Furmata as they rehearse; perform for students; sing with YOU; and answer questions about auditions; ICCA; music arrangement and much more! It's the perfect way to see what a student-led competitive A Cappella group looks like; in and out of rehearsal. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Vaccination Policy and the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 260No1050Timothy Low2063359372timtlow@uw.eduFurmata A Cappella;
Gal Palz Info Meeting09/14/22 10:50 PM09/14/22 10:50 PMTue Sep 27; 2:30 pm–3:00 pmpublishGal Palz is a wonderful and welcoming community for LGBTQIA+ women and nonbinary students at UW. We are looking forward to welcoming new members to our club this year! Come to our info meeting to learn more about our group! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 137No1030Computer access; Projector/Screen; Whiteboard; Meseret Habte2064958975mhabte@uw.eduGal Palz;
Game Crawl09/22/22 9:28 AM09/22/22 9:28 AMMon Sep 26; 6:00 pm–10:00 pmpublishExplore the thriving UW campus gaming community at Game Crawl 2022! Hosted in the HUB Lyceum; student organizations are hosting gaming experiences to connect new students and celebrate all aspects of gaming; including PC; console; and tabletop! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 160 LyceumNo3150Glen Tokola3605107045galo@uw.eduHUB;
Gender; Women & Sexuality Studies Info Session & Student Panel08/2/22 10:45 AM08/30/22 12:07 PMTue Sep 27; 1:00 pm–2:00 pmpublishPlease join the Department of Gender; Women & Sexuality Studies for an information session and student panel. Discussion topic and speakers to be announced closer to the event. Please refer to the GWSS calendar for more details: https://gwss.washington.edu/calendar. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavory Hall 132No330Whitney Miller678-523-8414wmmiller@uw.eduThe Department of Gender; Women & Sexuality Studies;
Get Into Your Dream Major: The WRITE Way!07/19/22 4:50 PM08/30/22 12:07 PMThu Sep 29; 11:00 am–12:00 pmpublishYou've gotten in UW; so how do you get into your dream major? This workshop hosted by the Odegaard Writing and Research Center goes over one of the most important and challenging parts of the major application; the personal statement. Come learn what a personal statement is; how to begin writing it; and where to get help from OWRC writing tutors so you're prepared when it's time to apply to your dream major! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 334No3100Computer access; Projector/Screen; Jesse Webster6099753114jw927@uw.eduThe Odegaard Writing and Research Center;
GET READY FOR THE WEEKEND: U DISTRICT PARTYyes09/22/22 11:04 AM09/23/22 11:01 AMFri Sep 30; 12:00 am–11:00 pmpublishDawg Daze & U District are keeping the party going through the weekend with the second annual U District $4 Food Walk and Street Party! Note: This event will take place on Saturday October 1st from 11am -10pm Explore culinary destinations throughout the U District with $4 bites at over 50 participating businesses between 11am-6pm. Stick around from 6pm-10pm for a Street Party; featuring an after hours menu of $4 drinks and cocktails. Head to The Ave (University Way NE) for live music and entertainment all day long on the Xfinity Main Stage! Stay late for a breakdancing competition and Street Party with a DJ and dancing until 10pm. Just for FunMeet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo3Pollyanna Yokokawa5037544800pollyanna@udistrictpartnership.orgU District;
Get to know AIESEC in Seattle!09/12/22 12:18 PM09/12/22 12:18 PMThu Sep 29; 6:00 pm–7:00 pmpublishLove to work hard and play even harder? Interested in cross-cultural exchange and developing professional skills? Want to make a global impact? AIESEC could be the perfect place for you! As part of the world's largest youth-led organization; we work together to learn; grow; and lead with hands-on business experiences. We strive to create an empowering & challenging environment where you can become an effective; value-driven leader. Connect with people from all over the world and build your own local and global network of like-minded young people. Interested in hearing more? Come on out a join us to learn more about AIESEC in Seattle! It's the best place to be a leader; a volunteer; and yourself. See you there! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Career ExplorationPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 167No330Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Bridgette Byerly360-628-6587byerlbri@uw.eduAIESEC in Seattle;
Get to Know Hall Health and the Hall Health Student Advisory Board!09/16/22 9:17 AM09/26/22 11:24 AMFri Sep 30; 3:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishAre you interested in healthcare; advocacy and learning more about on campus resources? If so; this is the event for you! Come meet with the members of the Hall Health Student Advisory Board to learn more about student healthcare on campus. We’ll talk about the services you can access through Hall Health including counseling; general wellness checks; and the OB-GYN clinic! You can also meet with the new leadership of the Hall Health Student Advisory Board and see how you can get involved! This event is hybrid and you can join the zoom link here: Join Zoom All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; Hybridhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/98011732255 [washington.zoom.us]On-campusHusky Union Building 238No312Computer access; Eva Hudak206-941-3673ehudak@uw.eduHall Health Student Advisory Board;
Glow Capture the Flag09/20/22 11:22 AM09/20/22 11:23 AMWed Sep 21; 8:00 pm–9:30 pmpublishStart Dawg Daze off with some glow in the dark capture the flag! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusIntramural Activities (IMA) Field #1No3200Hanna Michaelis5099197556hrm02@uw.eduResonate Church Community;
GMMA Information Session08/1/22 2:26 PM09/20/22 10:17 AMTue Sep 27; 3:15 pm–5:30 pmpublishGMMA's (Global Medical Missions Alliance) first information session for the 2022-23 school year. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 241No360Projector/Screen; Arden Park4254998465jimiin@uw.eduGMMA ;
Google Developer Student Club: Info Session08/19/22 1:12 PM08/19/22 1:12 PMThu Jan 1; –draftOur event will introduce the student body to mission and values of the Google Developer Student Club. We'll provide information on the events we hope to throw this year; describe open officer roles in our community; a provide a fun introduction to how quickly we can learn tech as a community (topic pending). Get ConnectedInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusNo30René Capella9377187997dscatuw@gmail.comGoogle Developer Student Club;
GPSS Open House09/12/22 12:49 PM09/26/22 8:24 AMMon Sep 26; 9:00 am–10:00 ampublishWe have snacks! Come by to design solutions to problems on campus. The Graduate and Professional Student Senate invites new students to visit with the Graduate and Professional Student Senate to learn more about the University of Washington from the perspective of master's and doctoral students. We want to welcome new members of the Husky community; to hear about your aspirations; and to make connections for continued support over this academic year. Graduate and professional students can provide insights to the pathways and choices they made on their own educational journey. We want to assist and deepen the connections we have with the ASUW; and direct new students to research; mentoring; and campus resources. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 332No30A.J. Balatico985-789-2358gpsspres@uw.eduGraduate and Professional Student Senate;
Gracepoint Church Sunday Kickoff09/7/22 11:56 AM09/20/22 11:50 AMSun Sep 25; 11:00 am–12:00 pmpublishAre you looking for church or interested in learning about Christianity? Join us for our first Sunday Service of the academic year! At our church; you’ll find a wide range of people from those who have grown up in the church to those who are learning about Christianity for the first time. Regardless of your religious background; we want to welcome all of you here. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusKane Hall 130No350Carlos Cabrera5097272335CarlosDCabrera8@gmail.comGracepoint Seattle;
Graduate Student Veteran Luncheon06/8/22 10:50 AM09/12/22 10:02 AMWed Sep 28; 12:00 pm–1:00 pmpublishInformation session and lunch about being a new graduate student veteran at the University of Washington. This session is a great opportunity to get all of your questions answered about what you have to look forward to in your time at the UW. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedInfo Session; Transfer students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 214No320Dr. Samantha Powers540-588-1026SAPOWERS@UW.EDUStudent Veteran Life;
Grey Matters Journal: Human Brain Demonstration; Grad Student Panel; and Art Gallery06/15/22 9:23 AM08/30/22 12:09 PMTue Sep 27; 10:00 am–12:00 pmpublishTouch a human brain; see some incredible art; and chat with graduate and medical school students at Grey Matters’ Dawg Daze Event! Grey Matters is the University of Washington’s undergraduate neuroscience journal with a mission to bring neuroscience to the public in an accessible yet accurate manner. Join the most established neuroscience RSO on campus to gain valuable experience with scientific content creation; build community with like-minded students; and develop skills in leadership and teamwork. 10:00-10:40 PM — Brain Demonstration 10:40-11:20 PM — Art Gallery and Activity 11:20-12:00 PM — Grad and Med Student Panel Looking forward to seeing you this fall! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Career ExplorationHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Hybridhttps://youtube.com/c/GreyMattersJournal/On-campusSavery Hall 260No3100Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Whiteboard; Chloe Dahleen206-612-0641thalamus@uw.eduGrey Matters Journal;
Guided Brockman Memorial Tree Tour07/27/22 3:25 PM08/30/22 12:09 PMWed Sep 21; 2:00 pm–5:30 pmpublishWelcome to the University of Washington; arguably the most beautiful college campus in the country! Here at the UW; we are proud of our trees. With about 480 different species of trees on our grounds and over 9000 individual specimens; we have a greater variety than just about any other school in the United States. This guided walking tour of campus will initiate from the Stevens Way Bus Shelter between Anderson Hall and the Life Sciences Building. In addition to fun facts and stories about the trees of UW provided by College of the Environment Alum Theodore Hoss; the tour will also be a fantastic way to learn the layout of the UW and become more familiar with the ecology of the great PNW. The tour will follow the path of the historic Brockman Memorial Tree Tour maintained by the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences and named for College of Forestry Professor C. Frank Brockman and will cover some of the most significant tree specimens on campus. For more information or to take the tour yourself in self-guided form please visit the tour website or pick up a tour book at the front desk of Anderson Hall. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusTour Departs from the Bus Shelter on Stevens Way near Anderson HallNo320Theodore Hoss16614949585tdhoss@uw.eduSchool of Environmental and Forest Sciences;
H05/31/22 7:01 PM05/31/22 7:01 PMWed Sep 21; 2:00 pm–5:30 pmdraftIn-personOn-campusTour Departs from the Bus Shelter on Stevens Way near Anderson Hall320Theodore Hoss16614949585tdhoss@uw.edu
HACK @ UW Information Meeting08/18/22 9:35 AM09/12/22 10:40 AMWed Sep 21; 5:00 pm–6:00 pmpublishHealth Advocacy for Care and Kindness @ UW; a public health club; is hosting an information session for those who are interested in joining our club! During this meeting; we will go over the mission of our RSO; the events we are planning to do; as well as the allowing members to sign up and participate in the RSO! Come join us to learn more about our important mission to give back to the community! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Vaccination Policy and the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 264No363Isabella Pommier4153283756ipommier@uw.eduHealth Advocacy for Care and Kindness @UW;
Help! I’m an International Graduate Student09/1/22 2:46 PM09/4/22 5:23 PMMon Sep 26; 8:00 pm–9:00 pmpublishInternational masters and PhD students: welcome to UW! 🥳 Starting studies in a foreign country often feels like we need to just survive to the next day 😰. But more than just surviving; how do we thrive in grad school at UW and beyond? We've found that it definitely helps to have a community of fellow graduate students and experienced mentors to support each other 💪. ​ ​ Our group is comprised of grad students who've helped each other thrive in grad school; go through the job-search process; while making lasting friendships along the way. We are an official Christian RSO at UW and students of all backgrounds are welcome! Register and join our info session below to make some friends; get some tips; and win free UW gear! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; International students; Virtualhttps://lu.ma/igsmDawgDaze2022No3Caleb Zheng206-294-1345igsm@uw.eduIGSM UW;
Henry M. Jackson School Info Session: Majoring in International Studies08/31/22 3:38 PM09/6/22 12:05 PMWed Sep 28; 3:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishHave you ever wondered how our world leaders create climate policy; economic balance; trade negotiations; and cultural exchanges? Are you interested in analyzing global politics; societies; economies; and cultures to make policy recommendations that will make this world a better place? If yes; please join us for a virtual info session about the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies' exciting Bachelor of Arts in Global and Regional Studies. In the session; you will learn about the program; its courses; the skills you will learn as a student; and jobs these skills will align with. You will also have an opportunity to meet with friendly Jackson School faculty and staff to ask your questions. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessInfo Session; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/95650163980No3Britta Simon206-225-9007bsimon@uw.eduHenry M. Jackson School of International Studies;
HFS Perks & Recreation Open House08/31/22 3:48 PM09/12/22 10:51 AMFri Sep 23; 1:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishJoin Housing & Food Services for tours and demonstrations in our makerspaces. Visit Area 01 in Maple Hall; the MILL in McCarty Hall or the 8 in McMahon Hall to learn about our 3D Printers; laser cutters; and other exciting equipment. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusArea 01 Community Center (Maple Hall); The MILL (McCarty Hall); McMahon 8 Community Center (McMahon Hall)No3150Alyssa Hall2532323288amh76@uw.eduHousing & Food Services; Residential Life;
High Holidays: Rosh Hashanah Evening Service + Dinner08/15/22 2:31 PM08/30/22 12:10 PMSun Sep 25; 6:00 pm–8:00 pmpublishJoin Hillel UW; the Center for Jewish Life on Campus; for an evening Rosh Hashanah service followed by a (free!) delicious Rosh Hashanah dinner! Indoor and outdoor seating will be available. Pre-registration is required. The deadline to RSVP is Monday; September 19 or until dinners are sold out. Please register on the Hillel UW website! 6:00pm Rosh Hashanah Evening Service 7:00pm Rosh Hashanah Dinner All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo3Ellie Rips7144030880ellie@hilleluw.orgHillel UW;
High Holidays: Rosh Hashanah Morning Service08/15/22 2:31 PM08/30/22 12:10 PMMon Sep 26; 10:30 am–1:15 pmpublishJoin Hillel UW; the Center for Jewish Life on Campus; for a morning Rosh Hashanah service. Pre-registration is required. The deadline to RSVP is Monday; September 19. Apples and honey will be provided after the service! Please register on the Hillel UW website. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo3Ellie Rips7144030880ellie@hilleluw.orgHillel UW;
High Holidays: Rosh Hashanah Social at Drumheller Fountain08/18/22 11:30 AM08/30/22 12:10 PMMon Sep 26; 3:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishJoin Hillel UW; the Center for Jewish Life on Campus; for a Rosh Hashanah social hour. We'll have apples and honey and apple cake to enjoy while listening to the shofar and reflecting on the year ahead. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusDrumheller FountainNo320Ellie Rips7144030880ellie@hilleluw.orgHillel UW;
Hip Hop Dance Party!05/19/22 12:27 PM08/30/22 12:10 PMThu Sep 22; 6:00 pm–7:00 pmpublishJoin UW Recreation instructors; Alexa and Bailey; for a 50 minute Hip Hop dance class! Come enjoy a fun; beginner friendly Hip Hop party! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHealth & Well-being; 1st-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusIMA - Gym DNo3100Jeff Palmer13104623888jpalmer8@uw.eduUW Recreation;
HOPE Meet & Greet08/31/22 8:07 PM08/31/22 8:07 PMThu Sep 22; 6:00 pm–7:00 pmdraftIn-personOn-campusIMA - Gym D3100Jeff Palmer13104623888jpalmer8@uw.edu
How to Succeed in Biologyyes08/3/22 12:54 PM09/6/22 9:59 AMTue Sep 27; 10:30 am–11:30 ampublishAre you enrolled in a Biology course? Will you be taking one in the future? Are you nervous about how to succeed or wondering about what's expected of you in classes? Come learn how to do well in your first college-level biology class at UW; how to navigate office hours; how to study and form study groups; and hear about the different resources; like CLUE; that can help you succeed academically. Invest 60 minutes of your free time now to gain back hours of study time later! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; In-personOn-campusKNE 130Yes2500Meghan Coletta860-608-7084mcoletta@uw.eduAcademic Support Programs;
How to Succeed in Chemistryyes06/24/22 4:09 PM09/6/22 1:45 PMMon Sep 26; 10:30 am–11:30 ampublishAre you enrolled in a chemistry course? Are you nervous about how to succeed or wondering about what's expected of you in the quiz section? Come learn from a faculty member and a tutor how to do well in your first college-level chemistry class; how to navigate office hours; how to study and form study groups; and hear about the different resources that can help you succeed academically. Invest 60 minutes of your free time now to gain back hours of study time later! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; In-personOn-campusKNE 130Yes2500Meghan Coletta860-608-7084mcoletta@uw.eduAcademic Support Programs;
How to Succeed in Mathyes06/24/22 4:10 PM09/6/22 10:00 AMTue Sep 27; 1:30 pm–2:30 pmpublishAre you enrolled in a Math course? Will you be taking one in the future? Are you nervous about how to succeed or wondering about what's expected of you in classes? Come learn how to do well in your first college-level math class at UW; how to navigate office hours; how to study and form study groups; and hear about the different resources; like CLUE; that can help you succeed academically. Invest 60 minutes of your free time now to gain back hours of study time later! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; In-personOn-campusKNE 130Yes2400Meghan Coletta860-608-7084mcoletta@uw.eduAcademic Support Programs;
How to Succeed in Physicsyes06/24/22 4:10 PM09/6/22 10:00 AMTue Sep 27; 12:30 pm–1:30 pmpublishAre you enrolled in a Physics course? Are you nervous about how to succeed or wondering about what's expected of you in the quiz section? Come learn from a faculty member and a tutor how to do well in your first college-level Physics class; how to navigate office hours; how to study and form study groups; and hear about the different resources that can help you succeed academically. Invest 60 minutes of your free time now to gain back hours of study time later! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; In-personOn-campusKNE 120Yes2400Meghan Coletta860-608-7084mcoletta@uw.eduAcademic Support Programs;
How to Succeed in Writing Coursesyes06/24/22 4:09 PM09/6/22 10:00 AMMon Sep 26; 12:30 pm–1:30 pmpublishA few members from the CLUE Writing Center team will help you get a head start on your UW writing classes. This session will be a fun; interactive look at the key differences between high school or community college writing and university writing; as well as give you an opportunity to meet some of the CLUE tutors and discover what resources the CLUE Writing Center; as well as other academic resource centers on campus; have to offer. This information will be especially useful for those about to take English 111/121/131 or any other composition or "W" course. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; In-personOn-campusKNE 210Yes2200Meghan Coletta860-608-7084mcoletta@uw.eduAcademic Support Programs;
How to Survive STEM at the UW (feat. Triangle Fraternity)08/15/22 10:22 AM08/30/22 12:12 PMWed Sep 28; 6:00 pm–7:00 pmpublishJoin Triangle Fraternity for an evening filled with tips and tricks on how to succeed in introductory STEM classes at the UW! Triangle members will share personal anecdotes and give insights into what worked for them. Make sure to come prepared with plenty of questions! *Although Triangle is a social STEM fraternity; all students are welcome and encouraged to attend regardless of identity; area of study; or interest in greek life! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; Transfer students; All undergraduate students; Hybridhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/2486611348On-campusSavery Hall 130No225Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Any location which will allow for a powerpoint to be presented to both in-person and online attendees; Beau Lonnquist5033325579blonn25@uw.eduTriangle Fraternity;
HUB Crawlyes04/11/22 4:32 PM09/12/22 5:26 AMMon Sep 26; 6:00 pm–9:00 pmpublishGet to know the HUB and all we have to offer while exploring five floors of activities – Race; jump; and dance on the inflatables – Strike it rich at the CA$H cube – Grab a balloon animal or wax hand – Challenge your friends to bowling; pool; table tennis; esports; and air hockey – Sing your heart out at Karaoke – Decorate your room at the poster sale – Slow things down in the arts and crafts room – Game Crawl with PC; console; and tabletop gaming – And so much more! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe Husky Union BuildingYes22300Adam Serafin2069419502aserafin@uw.eduHusky Union Building (HUB);
HUB Games – $2 Tuesdays09/9/22 11:18 AM09/12/22 10:59 AMTue Sep 27; 10:00 am–10:00 pmpublishHUB Games is the premiere entertainment center on the UW campus! From bowling to esports; we've got your gaming covered. Check out our weekly deals and discounts and join us for $2 Tuesdays - $2 gaming for UW walk-ins - $2 bowling per game; $2 an hour Pool; Table Tennis; Console Gaming. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHUB Games (HUB basement; located below the Husky Den Food Court)No220Jason Hansen206-543-5975hubgames@uw.eduHusky Union Building (HUB);
HUB Games – Cue It Up Wednesdays09/9/22 10:39 AM09/9/22 10:39 AMWed Sep 21; 10:00 am–10:00 pmpublishHUB Games is the premiere entertainment center on the UW campus! From bowling to esports; we've got your gaming covered. Check out our weekly deals and discounts and join us for Cue It Up Wednesdays - All walk-in guests receive 25% off pool (billiards). All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHUB Games (HUB basement; located below the Husky Den Food Court)No220Jason Hansen206-543-5975hubgames@uw.eduHusky Union Building (HUB);
HUB Games – Esports Free Play All Day09/28/22 3:13 PM09/28/22 3:13 PMFri Sep 30; 10:00 am–11:00 pmpublishHUB Games is the premiere entertainment center on the UW campus! From bowling to esports; we've got your gaming covered. Join us for Esports Free Play All Day at the HUB Esports Arena & Gaming Lounge; a 1;000 square-foot full-service gaming center with 39 high-end gaming computers supporting casual and competitive gaming. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHUB Games (HUB basement; located below the Husky Den Food Court)No220Jason Hansen206-543-5975hubgames@uw.eduHusky Union Building (HUB);
HUB Games – Game On Thursdays09/9/22 11:16 AM09/9/22 11:16 AMThu Sep 22; 10:00 am–10:00 pmpublishHUB Games is the premiere entertainment center on the UW campus! From bowling to esports; we've got your gaming covered. Check out our weekly deals and discounts and join us for Game On Thursdays - All walk-in guests receive 25% off console gaming (Xbox or Nintendo Switch). All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHUB Games (HUB basement; located below the Husky Den Food Court)No220Jason Hansen206-543-5975hubgames@uw.eduHusky Union Building (HUB);
HUB Games – Giant Fun Fridays09/9/22 11:17 AM09/9/22 11:17 AMFri Sep 23; 10:00 am–11:00 pmpublishHUB Games is the premiere entertainment center on the UW campus! From bowling to esports; we've got your gaming covered. Check out our weekly deals and discounts and join us for Giant Fun Fridays - Over 16+ giant games available for FREE play including Uno; Connect 4; Jenga; and more! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHUB Games (HUB basement; located below the Husky Den Food Court)No220Jason Hansen206-543-5975hubgames@uw.eduHusky Union Building (HUB);
Huskies Serve & Lead!06/15/22 3:04 PM08/30/22 12:13 PMThu Sep 22; 1:30 pm–2:30 pmpublishLearn more about service and leadership opportunities and how to get involved! Meet staff from the Community Engagement and Leadership Education (CELE) Center and learn about a wide variety of ways to get engaged in your communities and develop your leadership skills. We will share information about CELE Fellowships; Community-Engaged Courses; Leadership Minor; Dream Project; Husky Leadership Certificate; Jumpstart; Othello-UW Commons; Riverways Education Partnerships; and Undergraduate Community Based Internships (UCBI). All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 171E (Community Engagement & Leadership Education (CELE) Center)No2220Richard Parra5098510292parrar@uw.eduCommunity Engagement & Leadership Education (CELE) Center;
Husky Fever Day: Washington Football vs. Stanford08/29/22 3:00 PM09/19/22 10:16 AMSat Sep 24; 7:30 pm–10:30 pmpublishCelebrate Husky Fever Day with Washington Football as they take on Pac-12 foe Stanford! Purchase your Dawg Pack ticket in advance and join your friends to cheer on the Dawgs! Doors to Husky Stadium open two hours prior to kickoff. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusAlaska Airlines Field at Husky StadiumNo221000Josh Remington574-527-6761jremin@uw.eduWashington Athletics;
Husky Flying Club Launch08/19/22 1:34 PM08/19/22 1:34 PMSat Sep 24; 7:30 pm–10:30 pmdraftEver wanted to fly? Create racing drones? Husky Flying Club will be tabling and will be distributing information on the HFC pathway to fly ACTUAL planes in the air. HFC members have access to discounts at nearby flight schools; on-campus VR flight simulators; opportunities to build an airplane; and other awesome aviation resources. In addition; we will have a flight school representative present for any questions on becoming a private/commercial pilot. Meet at ____________! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Vaccination Policy and the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. Academic SuccessIn-personOn-campusAlaska Airlines Field at Husky Stadium221000Patricia Kimball(253) 867-7705pkimba7@gmail.comHusky Flying Club;
Husky History Explorationyes04/8/22 3:52 PM09/2/22 12:09 AMFri Sep 30; 8:00 am–5:00 pmpublishWhat did this landscape look like before it became home to the University of Washington? How has it changed since the first building was built here 125 years ago? Which histories have been popularized by those in power; and which have quietly been forgotten? The Husky History Exploration highlights ten landmarks significant to the university's natural; indigenous; colonial; and political histories. Visit these spaces in any order; and learn about the University of Washington's past and present. Write down the secret code at each location on the Husky History Passport you received at your Dawg Daze check-in location. The Husky History Exploration can also be accessed on our website. Turn in your Passport for a prize! You can turn in your completed passport at the Commuter & Transfer Commons in the HUB 141 for a prize. The CTC is open Monday - Friday from 8am to 5pm. On Saturday 9/24 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. you can return your passport to First Year Programs; MGH 120. Husky ID card required for building access to Mary Gates Hall. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusUW Seattle CampusNo2250LeAnne Wiles2067189309ljwiles@uw.eduFirst Year Programs;
Husky Robotics Information Sessions09/20/22 11:07 AM09/20/22 11:07 AMWed Sep 28; 6:00 pm–7:00 pmpublishHusky Robotics is a student-led team at the University of Washington that builds Mars Rovers to compete in the Rover Challenge Series – a competition hosted in Asia; Europe; and North America with participating teams from all over the world. At our last competition — the Canadian International Rover Challenge — we placed 2nd. Previously; we placed 3rd at the Virtual University Rover Challenge. To compete at this level; we bring together a diverse team of motivated students to iterate our unique designs and optimize our team organization; software; and manufacturing processes. In a two-year cycle; we design; manufacture; and assemble the mechanical and electrical components of the entire rover while continuously iterating our software. Our team provides an engineering; software; design; and manufacturing challenge that most students do not encounter in their academic careers. Join us to have fun; build rovers; and prepare yourself for internships and industry! In these information sessions; we will discuss our team structure; sub-teams; rovers; and how to apply. We will provide ample time to ask questions and meet our leadership. To apply to join our team; visit our website: https://www.huskyrobotics.me. Applications close October 8th. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusElectrical & Computer Engineering 105No2280Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Jacob Barnhart5095706053jacobbar@uw.eduHusky Robotics;
Husky Sales Club07/20/22 10:50 AM07/20/22 10:50 AMTue Sep 27; –pendingCome meet the Husky Sales Club team and learn how to become a member. The Husky Sales Club hands students the opportunity to network with popular businesses like Microsoft and Amazon whose main goals are to hire you! Gain insights on internship and post grad career opportunities; all while enjoying free food! Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusNo2251Sydney Bergmann4252896464sbergm@uw.eduHusky Sales Club ;
Husky Ski Team08/21/22 3:21 PM08/21/22 3:21 PMThu Jan 1; –draftThe Husky Ski Team is a club ski racing team. We compete in USCSA (United States Collegiate Skiing Association) events against other schools in the area (WSU; Oregon; University of Idaho; UBC; etc.) and race both Slalom and Giant Slalom. During the season; we practice on Wednesday and Thursday nights at the Summit at Snoqualmie and travel to eastern Washington and Idaho to race on the weekend. Although we are a racing team; we don't require any previous racing experience. However; we do recommend that you are a confident skier and comfortable skiing black diamonds and in all conditions. That being said; if you've only skied bunny slopes; we're probably not what you're looking for. Also; if you've raced before there's some good competition to be had that's much lower pressure than traditional USSA/FIS style races. Ultimately everyone is out to have a good time and we're pretty good at doing it. We're extremely flexible with levels of commitment and understand that everyone is busy. We also understand that most of us are poor college students and do everything in our power to make skiing as cheap as possible for those on the team. With carpooling; gear hook-ups; and shared accommodation; I guarantee this the most affordable way to ski up to four days a week and at variety of resorts.Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusNo220Una Tzortzis 415-539-7649 unatzo@uw.eduHusky Ski Team;
Husky Triathlon Club and Husky Cycling Club: Group Ride!08/31/22 9:28 AM09/6/22 1:41 PMSat Sep 24; 9:00 am–12:00 pmpublishCome join the Husky Triathlon Club and the Husky Cycling Club for a lovely morning group ride followed by a coffee stop at a local cafe! ALL skill and experience levels are welcome—whether you typically ride 50 miles or 0.5; there’s a place for you in the peloton. The more the merrier; and this is a wonderful opportunity to get out and explore the area with some great folks. We’ll see you in front of the HUB by the husky statue at 9am! Note: there will be different groups biking different distances; so definitely come out if you are at all interested! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHUB Front Entrance (by the Husky statue)No2230Carson Butcher2034179003chb13@uw.eduHusky Triathlon Club;
Husky Triathlon Club: Group Run!08/31/22 3:59 PM08/31/22 3:59 PMFri Sep 30; 5:30 pm–6:30 pmpublishCome join the Husky Triathlon Club for a group run. ALL skill and experience levels are welcome — whether you’re an experienced triathlete or someone who just runs recreationally; we would love to have you (assuredly; nobody will get left behind!) We'll meet up in the Quad (south side) at 5:30pm! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe Quad (South)No2215Carson Butcher2034179003chb13@uw.eduHusky Triathlon Club;
Husky Triathlon Club: Info Session!08/31/22 3:40 PM08/31/22 3:40 PMTue Sep 27; 7:00 pm–8:00 pmpublishWe are a group of athletes who love to swim; bike and run. Some members are competitive and experienced triathletes; while others are just starting out or prefer to train and race more socially. We have members who are competitive at the regional and national levels; and others who just recently learned to swim. Wherever you fall on this spectrum; if you share a passion for multisport and want to train and race with others who share that passion; then this is the club for you! Join us for a brief presentation and Q&A session to learn more about the club and meet the team. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 162No2225Computer access; Projector/Screen; Carson Butcher2034179003chb13@uw.eduHusky Triathlon Club;
Husky Triathlon Club: Spin!09/6/22 1:00 PM09/6/22 1:00 PMThu Sep 29; 7:30 pm–8:30 pmpublishCome join the Husky Triathlon club for a fun evening in the spin room! Participants will have the opportunity to partake in a fun and funky spin workout led by one of the team members. We’ll jam to some fun tunes; work up a sweat; and have an all-around great time. We hope to see you there! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusIMA Spin RoomNo2220Carson Butcher2034179003chb13@uw.eduHusky Triathlon Club;
HuskyADAPT Toy Adaptation07/14/22 6:08 PM07/14/22 6:08 PMThu Sep 29; 7:30 pm–8:30 pmdraftIn-personOn-campusIMA Spin Room2220Carson Butcher2034179003chb13@uw.edu
HuskyADAPT Toy Adaptation07/15/22 10:11 AM09/15/22 2:56 PMWed Sep 21; 5:30 pm–7:30 pmpublishDo you want to learn how to make toys more accessible to the broader community? Join HuskyADAPT's toy adaptation workshop! At this hands-on workshop; you will learn how to modify off-the-shelf toys to make them more accessible to individuals with disabilities. No experience or specific background is required! Please RSVP here: RSVP Form All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 132No2230Sufficient outlets; Tables that allow multiperson work; Dylan Heino9704880754dheino13@uw.eduHuskyADAPT ;
iCommunity Breakfast [Do Not Publish Event]07/26/22 9:24 AM07/26/22 9:24 AMThu Sep 22; 7:30 am–9:30 amdraft** DO NOT PUBLISH ** This is a reference event ONLY. The iSchool is hosting a new student breakfast for informatics majors but does not want it published on the Dawg Daze website to try and keep it a closed event (for info admits only). This reference event is here because the iSchool is on our DD Room Reservation Grid so that they can host their breakfast in Red Square (in the morning) of Dawg Daze (Sept 22). All event description info is included in this DD Event. Event Description: All incoming iSchool students are invited to join students; faculty; and staff for a community breakfast to kick off iWelcome Week! iSchool students will be served breakfast outside right before the iWelcome ceremony to get to know classmates; and students in other programs as well. We will have ice-breakers for conversation starters. Career ExplorationMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; In-personOn-campusNo2250Angelina DeGraziaWork Phone: 206-221-3142 ; Day of Event Cell Phone: 206-661-8925adegraz@uw.eduThe Information School;
IFC BBQ08/30/22 2:10 PM08/30/22 2:10 PMTue Sep 27; 3:00 pm–5:00 pmpendingCome meet Fraternity members and grill great food with us!Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusNo2275Brett Roper2063038097ifcjoin@uw.eduInterFraternity Council;
IFC Gameday Tailgate08/30/22 1:42 PM08/30/22 1:42 PMSat Sep 24; –pendingGames; Husky Spirit; refreshments; and fun at Rainier Vista. Meet fraternity members and find your community at this engaging event.Academic SuccessHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campus22100Brett Roper2063038097ifcjoin@uw.eduInterFraternity Council;
IMA Fun & Games08/31/22 4:02 PM09/12/22 9:54 AMSun Sep 25; 4:00 pm–6:00 pmpublishCome explore the IMA (Intramural Activities Building) and take part in all that UW Recreation has to offer. Drop-in Activities: Head down for fun and join the action with drop-in activities such as dodgeball; basketball; volleyball; badminton; roller skating and archery. All drop-in activities are available from 4:00-6:00pm. Classes: Electro Cycle (Ben); 5:00-6:00p; Cycling Studio Yoga 101 (Kareese); 5:00-6:00p; Studio 316 *all classes are first come; first serve and space is limited Recreation Fair: Check out the variety of clubs from 3:00-6:00pm. Date: Sunday; September 25 Time: 4:00-6:00pm Location: IMA Building Contact Info: Nick Kaley - kaleyn@uw.edu All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusIMA BuildingYes7200Nick Kaley509-218-3418kaleyn@uw.eduUW Recreation;
Info Session with DLP08/15/22 9:57 AM09/7/22 12:45 PMMon Sep 26; 1:00 pm–2:30 pmpublishWant to know more about the UW's only fraternity for queer and progressive men and nonbinary folks? Feel free to stop by our info session in HUB 307 from 1pm - 2:30pm! No RSVP is needed. Please wear a mask; thank you! **We can also provide KN95 masks as well! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 166No720Kai Cuevas3605500072cuevask@uw.eduDelta Lambda Phi;
Interactive Intelligence Presents: Black Mirror08/9/22 9:42 AM08/30/22 12:14 PMThu Sep 29; 6:30 pm–8:30 pmpublishWant to discuss human-like machine learning; consciousness; and AI over a good; twisted episode of Black Mirror? Join us for an episode; lively discussion; and snacks -- and to learn more about UW's one and only undergraduate neuroscience-based artificial intelligence research team! ALL students and majors welcome! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 166No735Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Whiteboard; Chaytan Inman5034091856chaytan@uw.eduInteractive Intelligence;
Interested in a Pharmacy Career? It’s About More than Counting Pills06/13/22 4:19 PM09/12/22 10:12 AMTue Sep 27; 1:00 pm–2:00 pmpublishAre you looking for a rewarding career that will improve the health of your community while providing you with excellent earning potential and room to grow? Look no further than pharmacy! Pharmacists work in a variety of settings beyond local community pharmacies. Attend this information session to learn more about the UW Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program; how to prepare for application and career pathways. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Career ExplorationInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 404No730Computer access; Projector/Screen; Lynn Hermanson2066503105lynnherm@uw.eduUW School of Pharmacy;
International Student Christian Connect08/27/22 11:18 PM09/16/22 3:22 PMWed Sep 21; 5:30 pm–6:30 pmpublishAre you an international student looking for a Christian fellowship? Interested in meeting other Christian students and growing as a Christian? Whether you are a Christian or exploring Christianity; we welcome you to join us and find out how you can grow spiritually during your college years! ** First 25 people get free Boba! ** Hosted by International Undergraduate Student Ministry; the home away from home for all international students at the University of Washington! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; Transfer students; International students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 214No720Computer access; Projector/Screen; Jean Li510-314-6784iusm@uw.eduInternational Undergraduate Student Ministry;
International Student Soccer Meetup09/21/22 2:21 PM09/21/22 2:21 PMWed Sep 28; 5:00 pm–7:00 pmpublish⚽ Are you an international student and interested in playing soccer? You’re in luck! We will be hosting international student soccer meetups at Dawg Daze this Fall! Whether you are experienced or new to the game we invite all international students to come play; have a good time and meet new people! ⚽ All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusLower Rainier VistaNo730Howard Noz6612052809howardcnoz@gmail.comInternational Undergraduate Student Ministry;
International Student Special Welcome Bible Study09/7/22 11:50 AM09/20/22 12:51 PMThu Sep 22; 7:00 pm–9:00 pmpublishAre you an international student curious about Christianity? Join our Special Welcome Bible Study on 9/22 at 7pm. Come find us at HUB 334 to learn more about Christianity; upcoming events at IUSM; meet new friends; and... enjoy free boba and popcorn chicken! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 334No750Joy Chang4082163669cjoytang@gmail.comIUSM (International Undergraduate Student Ministry) ;
Internships Explained08/16/22 2:51 PM09/6/22 4:38 PMTue Sep 27; 11:00 am–12:00 pmpublishIn this workshop; you’ll learn what internships are; why you’d want to do one; and concrete steps you can take to set yourself up for success in the internship search process. We’ll also show you how to find internships that interest you in Handshake. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Career ExplorationInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nnicme_lT3S9Xy1lqPS7vQNo7Luis Santiago425-280-7215lsanti@uw.eduCareer & Internship Center;
Introduction to Neuroethics with the Neural Engineering Seminar07/28/22 12:12 PM09/24/22 9:37 AMMon Sep 26; 3:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishThe Neural Engineering Seminar is an organization that hosts talks by Professors; Post Docs; and graduates about their research into Neural Technology and Engineering. This event will center a talk from Dr. Tim Brown about the fields of neurotechnology and neuroethics. It will mostly be a high-level overview; so this talk is open to anyone from any field; background; or skill level! Dr. Brown is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Bioethics and Humanities; and his research focus is neuroethics and philosophy of science. RSVP: https://forms.gle/LoeBfp8j89TgAorE6 Learn more about the neuroethics department here: https://centerforneurotech.uw.edu/research/neuroethics All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Career ExplorationInfo Session; All undergraduate students; Hybridhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/96828604394On-campusSavery Hall 264No745Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Nadia Matveeva509 288 9575nadiamat@uw.eduNeuroTEC; NeuroTEC;
Jackson School Ferry Ride and Free Ice-cream on Bainbridge Island – RSVP required08/31/22 2:50 PM09/6/22 12:08 PMMon Sep 26; 11:15 am–3:15 pmpublishJoin Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies' faculty and staff for a ferry ride to Bainbridge Island. We will meet at 11:15 at the Henry M. Jackson statue in front of Thomson Hall; take the light rail to Pioneer Square; and then take the ferry to Bainbridge Island where we will invite you for ice-cream. Enjoy breathtaking views of Downtown Seattle from the ferry; visit beautiful Bainbridge Island; meet Jackson School faculty and staff; and connect with fellow students who; like you; are interested in politics; policy; the world; and international affairs. Bring your UPASS for free rides on Sound Transit Link Light Rail and the Washington State Ferry. RSVP to jsisadv@uw.edu to secure a spot since space is limited. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo7Britta Simon206-225-9007bsimon@uw.eduHenry M. Jackson School of International Studies;
Jackson School Pizza Meet and Greet + Info Session09/8/22 2:13 PM09/8/22 2:28 PMTue Sep 27; 12:00 pm–1:00 pmpublishJoin Jackson School faculty and staff for a pizza meet and greet + info session. Meet Jackson School faculty and staff; connect with fellow students who; like you; are interested in discussing global issues and international affairs; and learn about our Global and Regional Studies major. And yes; there will be PIZZA. Be on time to reserve your seat (and slice!). All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThompson Hall 317No740Britta Simon206-225-9007bsimon@uw.eduHenry M. Jackson School of International Studies;
Jewish Student Life Open House with Hillel UW08/18/22 1:50 PM08/30/22 12:15 PMWed Sep 21; 3:00 pm–5:00 pmpublishNewish and Jewish to UW?  Join Hillel at the University of Washington to check out all the great things we have to offer for this upcoming school year. This is a great way to meet other Jewish students and create your very own Jewish community. Hillel will be offering tours of our amazing building; snacks; and fun swag! Our staff and student leadership board can't wait to meet you! Please sign up on the Hillel website! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo7Ellie Rips7144030880ellie@hilleluw.orgHillel UW;
Journey through the UW Libraries: Self-guided Tour08/31/22 3:34 PM09/22/22 10:39 AMFri Sep 30; 12:00 am–11:59 pmpublishExplore UW Libraries spaces; services; and resources via this virtual or in person self-guided tour. Visit popular UW Libraries including Odegaard Undergraduate Library and Suzzallo & Allen Libraries and learn about library resources and services available to UW students. Complete the tour during Dawg Daze and enter yourself into a drawing for a $20 e-gift card. This tour can be completed in person or virtually. Start the tour here: Virtual Library Tour (Click on "Read Book" to begin the tour). Note: Check library hours before coming to campus. A valid Husky Card ID is required for entry to Odegaard Undergraduate Library and the Health Sciences Library. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessHusky Spirit & Tradition; All undergraduate students; Hybridhttps://uw.pressbooks.pub/uwlibrariestour/On-campusUW LibrariesNo70Linda Whang2067290459lcwhang@uw.eduUW Libraries;
Journeys in Undergraduate Research07/7/22 4:01 PM08/30/22 12:16 PMFri Sep 23; 1:00 pm–2:00 pmpublishJoin the UW Undergraduate Research Program (URP) to hear about the undergraduate researcher experience. The highlight of this session will be a panel of undergraduate researchers from a variety of fields; who will share their journeys into research and reveal how undergraduate research has impacted their undergraduate careers and beyond. URP staff and students will also answer your questions about undergraduate research involvement and how to begin and advance in undergraduate research. Students from all years; majors; and institutions are welcome and encouraged to attend this interactive undergraduate researcher panel! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Career ExplorationInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 260No7100Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Sophie Pierszalowski8059098143sophpier@uw.eduUndergraduate Research Program;
Kelly ECC Block Party09/2/22 9:12 AM09/22/22 10:48 AMThu Sep 29; 6:00 pm–8:00 pmpublishThe Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center kicks off the year of community engagement with a day of fun and energy. We will be partnering up with student organizations; on-campus resources; and community partners in celebrating the beginning of another year with a student-focused social. Highlights of the mixer will include giveaways; caricature artist; henna artist; a photobooth and much more. We look forward to seeing you at the Kelly ECC! We are located at 3931 Brooklyn Ave. NE; Seattle WA 98105. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSamuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural CenterYes6500Nathan Panelo2063518372Panelon@uw.eduSamuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center;
Kelly ECC Open House09/2/22 1:30 PM09/22/22 10:48 AMTue Sep 27; 1:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishThe Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center open house is an annual event where the ECC welcomes students back to campus through informing students about the various programs and resources available to them that the ECC provides. Students will also have the opportunity to explore our spaces to learn more about how they can best utilize these spaces during the academic year. We are located at 3931 Brooklyn Ave. NE; Seattle WA 98105. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSamuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center LobbyYes2150Nathan Panelo2063518372Panelon@uw.eduKelly ECC;
Kinspire UW’s Uno Tournament!09/19/22 11:48 AM09/19/22 11:48 AMTue Sep 27; 4:00 pm–6:00 pmpublishCome Join us for a fun time playing uno; making new friends and to learn more about our RSO; Kinspire UW! The winner gets a prize!! Bring all your friends and your best game face. :)) All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 132No275Computer access; Projector/Screen; Aditi Desai4256478249aditid19@uw.eduKinspire UW;
Klesis Christian Fellowship – Pick-up Soccer08/4/22 8:47 PM08/4/22 8:47 PMTue Sep 27; 4:00 pm–6:00 pmdraftIn-personOn-campusSavery Hall 132275Computer access; Projector/Screen; Aditi Desai4256478249aditid19@uw.edu
Klesis Christian Fellowship: Bible Study Kick Off08/22/22 10:40 AM09/16/22 3:44 PMThu Sep 22; 7:00 pm–9:30 pmpublishAre you looking for a Christian Fellowship to join? Join us at Klesis Bible Study Kick Off and meet fellow Huskies at Klesis! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; Transfer students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 145No2100Projector/Screen; Johnny Chen2068894837klesisseattle@uw.eduKlesis Christian Fellowship;
Knowledge is Power: Becoming an Informed First-Gen Community07/11/22 9:44 AM08/30/22 12:16 PMMon Sep 26; 2:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishCome visit us to be part of building a community with our First-Gen students and fill up on knowledge about the University and Advising! We will have fun games to get to know each other while normalizing common themes amongst first-generation students. There will also be an opportunity to demystify any previous assumptions one might have about college advising and ask questions of advisers. To ensure we have capacity in our space to support you; if you plan to attend; please RSVP on the included link. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Vaccination Policy and the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 241No277Computer access; Projector/Screen; Makayla Dorn206-369-0684mvdorn@uw.eduFirst Year Programs; First Year Programs;
Late Night Carnivalyes05/4/22 4:36 PM08/30/22 12:19 PMFri Sep 23; 10:00 pm–12:00 ampublishJoin the Residential Programming Board (RPB) and First Year Programs (FYP) in Red Square after Quad Flicks for our annual Late Night Carnival. Enjoy free cotton candy; games; a DJ; dancing; caricatures; wax hands; photo booths; food; and more! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusRed SquareYes10300Emma Yamamoto4254193450eyama@uw.eduFirst Year Programs;
Lawn Games in the Quad08/30/22 2:03 PM08/30/22 2:03 PMFri Sep 30; –draftJoin us to play some outdoor games and have snacks in the Quad; hosted by Sojourn Campus Ministry. Come hang out with us and hear more about following Jesus in college! We'll meet in the Quad at 2pm on October 1. Our mission is to make the University of Washington a better place by empower students to live like Jesus.Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; No10;
Leadership Minor and Opportunities08/15/22 4:27 PM09/12/22 10:46 AMThu Sep 22; 2:30 pm–3:30 pmpublishCome learn about UW's Leadership program/minor. Would you like to learn and practice leadership skills while in college or grow your high school leadership skills in college? Then this Dawg Daze event is for you! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 136No1020Projector/Screen; Christina Kerr12063803038ckerr@uw.eduUAA;
Learn About Campus Recycling & Eat Pizza09/2/22 1:27 PM09/2/22 1:27 PMThu Sep 22; 2:30 pm–3:30 pmpublishDid you know that 17% of US methane emissions come from landfilling waste? Attend this session hosted by Recology and UW Recycling to learn how to reduce your impact by recycling and composting. Recology will share tips to eliminate ‘wish-cycling;’ and will share an exciting behind-the-scenes look at what happens to your recycling after it goes in the bin. Learn how to be a sustainable member of the UW community. Pizza and drinks will be provided for all attendees. We hope to see you there! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 260No1025Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Madeline Schroeder2067869934mrs664@uw.eduUW Recycling;
Learn to Swing Dance with Swing Kids!06/17/22 10:23 AM09/25/22 10:36 AMSat Sep 24; 12:30 pm–1:30 pmpublishLearn to Swing Dance is our free absolute beginner drop-in lesson during Dawg Daze. If you are a beginner at swing dancing; or you want to brush up on your skills; grab your friends — come and learn some mad skills! If you enjoy the beginner lessons; or want to experience more of the Seattle Swing community; meet us at 8:30 on Sunday 9/25 on the surface of the U-District Link Station to head to Century Ballroom for a beginner lesson and an evening of Swing Dancing! You won't want to miss this! Or; come stop by and join us in our Red Square Jam on the 24th! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ We also participate in the RSO fair; an annual gathering of all the UW clubs at Red Square. Drop by and say hi to us! Who knows; you might even catch an impromptu flash mob...Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusRed SquareNo1020Abigail Boyer770-756-2328aboyer02@uw.eduSwing Kids @ UW;
Let’s Talk Premed at UW: Panel + Social hosted by AMSA UW07/13/22 9:13 AM09/19/22 11:11 AMTue Sep 27; 2:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishUnsure when and how to start to approach your premed journey at UW? What classes to take? How to find research? Join AMSA UW for a panel of current premed students on navigating the premed scene at UW. Learn how to take advantage of the resources available at UW to prepare yourself for this next journey. Hang around after for a social where you can meet other premeds; make friends; form study groups; and navigate your premed journey together! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 145No10150Projector/Screen; Ingrid Redford3606235619ingridredford@gmail.comAmerican Medical Student Association at University of Washington;
Let’s Get Quizzical: UW Libraries Trivia08/18/22 9:40 AM08/30/22 12:04 PMFri Sep 23; 3:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishTest your trivia skills with UW Libraries in this virtual trivia contest! We’ll have six rounds of fun questions covering science and technology; the UW; Seattle; and more! University Bookstore gift cards will be awarded to top finishers. Join via this Zoom link; https://washington.zoom.us/j/93516971226; and use your smartphone to answer the questions. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/93516971226Yes3Kari Anderson(206)713-5177karia@uw.eduUW Libraries;
Lets get Musical!08/31/22 9:13 AM09/20/22 10:24 AMTue Sep 27; 4:00 pm–4:45 ampublishCome and enjoy a casual beginner friendly introduction to Indian Classical Music & Dance; followed by a short musical demo & information on how to get involved in the coming year. Looking forward to meeting you all! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 102No331Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Chetana Iyer4253658408chetiyer@uw.eduYuva Raga;
Li Lu Library Grand Opening Event07/13/22 9:22 AM09/12/22 10:27 AMWed Sep 28; 10:00 am–1:00 pmpublishCome see the new Li Lu Library on the 3rd floor of the Health Sciences Education Building! We want to welcome undergraduate and graduate students who might be taking classes in this center devoted to Interprofessional Education. There will be cookies and library giveaways. Please stop by to see this amazing facility with classrooms and study spaces. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusLi Lu LibraryNo3100Leah DeSantis206 543-9267desa3413@uw.eduHealth Sciences Library;
LSJ Information Session06/13/22 3:49 PM08/30/22 12:21 PMFri Sep 23; 1:00 pm–2:00 pmpublishJoin the Law; Societies & Justice (LSJ) Department for an information session during Dawg Daze! This one-hour session will be facilitated by our academic adviser and provide attendees with information on LSJ curriculum; admissions processes; experiential learning opportunities; and types of program outcomes. We will also build in time to allow students to ask any questions they may have. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 132No325Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Josh MacKintosh3609896113jmac1996@uw.eduLSJ Advising;
LUX Film Screening07/28/22 12:25 PM09/12/22 9:05 PMTue Sep 27; 4:00 pm–5:30 pmpublishInterested in what UW has to offer for anyone interested in video production? Come to the LUX Film Screening to learn more about UW’s film production club by watching a few of our student-led films! We will also host a Q&A panel with the films’ directors to give an insight into the life of a student filmmaker and what inspired us to make our films. Learn more about LUX at our website below! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 120No380Computer access; Projector/Screen; Jonathan Kwan2066010482jskwan@uw.eduLUX: Film Production Club;
LUX Microfilm Challenge07/28/22 12:27 PM09/12/22 9:04 PMWed Sep 28; 6:30 pm–8:30 pmpublishA beloved LUX tradition is back at Dawg Daze! Team up with fellow students to plan; film; and edit a short story-driven video within one hour. The only constraints are featuring a line of dialogue and prop we provide you; the rest is up to you! No prior experience in video or multimedia production is required! We look forward to seeing what you create! Learn more about LUX at our website below! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 137No335Computer access; Projector/Screen; Jonathan Kwan2066010482jskwan@uw.eduLUX: Film Production Club;
Making Non-fungible Friendships (hosted by UW Blockchain Society)09/2/22 1:43 PM09/16/22 5:05 PMSat Sep 24; 11:30 am–2:00 pmpublishWant to learn about blockchain; web3; and more importantly; make new friends? Join us on an adventurous tour to Seattle NFT Museum! Before we go on to our adventure; we will get you ready with some fresh NFT knowledge. Feeling anxious about making new friends? We got you covered with relaxing ice-breaker games with nice prizes to win! And; of course; everyone gets an eco-friendly NFT! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Career ExplorationHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 241No390Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Whiteboard; Sebastian Liu2065073594ll57@cs.washington.eduBlockchain Society at the University of Washington ;
MAPS Social07/28/22 11:59 AM09/16/22 4:03 PMSun Sep 25; 5:30 pm–7:00 pmpublishAn event for all pre-health students to learn more about our RSO and get connected with other students with similar interests and backgrounds. In collaboration with CHAT-UW; we will be hosting this social as a kick-off to their two-week fundraiser. During the event; we will be presenting about MAPS; raffling free tickets to our annual pre-health conference in April; etc.; and introducing CHAT-UW. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 389No350Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Shiuli Pemmaraju5082157802shiulinya72@gmail.comMinority Association of Pre-Medical Students;
Mario Kart + Board Games w/ ISA!08/31/22 1:13 PM09/6/22 12:21 PMMon Sep 26; 3:00 pm–4:30 pmpublishWe are super excited for our upcoming event during this years Dawg Daze!! Drop by to hang out and play some fun board games/Mario Kart with our amazing board while learning more about ISA and the events we host throughout the year! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 102No370Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Whiteboard; Manasa Lingireddy4256153627manasali@uw.eduIndian Student Association;
Meet the Missionaries09/1/22 4:03 PM09/20/22 2:43 PMFri Sep 30; 7:00 pm–9:00 pmpublishMeet at the Newman Center before heading over to the house of our Focus Missionaries! Enjoy snacks over a bonfire as you get to know them better! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo3Haerin Choi2065368546haerinchoi0204@gmail.comCatholic Newman Center at the UW;
Meet the Program on Climate Change Undergraduate Cohort!08/30/22 1:53 PM09/8/22 12:57 PMTue Sep 27; 4:00 pm–6:00 pmpublishInterested in climate science and connecting with other undergraduates studying the environment at UW? Join the UW Program on Climate Change (PCC) Undergraduate Cohort (UCo); a place for undergrads to connect with each other and with grad students in order to make climate change research more accessible. Join us in Savery Hall 166 for food; games; and more! You can learn about how the UCo can help you on your climate science journey; sign up to join the PCC Undergraduate Cohort; and win fun prizes along the way! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Vaccination Policy and the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. Academic SuccessMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 166No340Computer access; Projector/Screen; Isaac Olson4252391741ido77@uw.eduUW Program on Climate Change Undergraduate Cohort;
Meet the Red Cross @ UW!08/31/22 9:41 AM09/6/22 1:34 PMMon Sep 26; 7:00 pm–8:00 pmpublishCome get to know the Red Cross at UW and beyond! Learn about how to get involved on campus with blood drives; First Aid certifications; and other volunteer opportunities. We will hear from a guest speaker about the Red Cross’s national disaster relief efforts and play fun games to get to know the club and other potential members! Snacks will be provided! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 264No360Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Whiteboard; Jacob Hansen425-678-5138hansenjw@uw.eduAmerican Red Cross @ UW ;
MELC and Cookies08/31/22 9:21 AM08/31/22 9:21 AMThu Sep 22; 12:00 pm–1:00 pmpublishJoin the Department of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures* for conversation with other students interested in the Middle East; an opportunity to meet our faculty; or just a quiet place to eat lunch and enjoy cookies from the Middle East. * You will still see us listed as Near Eastern Languages and Civilization as we undergo our recent name change. Come ask us why the new name. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusDenny Hall 211No330Patrick Gibbs2065430475pjgibbs@uw.eduDepartment of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures;
Mid-Autumn Lantern Festival07/5/22 9:15 AM08/30/22 12:22 PMSat Sep 24; 5:30 pm–9:00 pmpublishHi; fellow new and old Huskies‼️ Welcome back! We’re excited to resume offering in-person events for UW and the greater Seattle community! Kick off the school year with the Chinese Student Association (CSA); Hong Kong Student Association (HKSA); and Taiwanese Overseas Student Association (TOSA) by joining us for our annual Mid-Autumn Lantern Night! Come enjoy a night filled with beautiful lanterns; mooncakes; carnival games; fantastic company; and much more! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe QuadNo31000Vince Xiao8165625266vxiao@uw.eduChinese Student Association; Chinese Student Association; Chinese Student Association;
Mock Trial @ UW Info Session09/12/22 10:56 AM09/22/22 2:49 PMWed Sep 28; 7:30 pm–8:30 pmpublishCome learn about how to join the University of Washington's competitive collegiate Mock Trial Team! Join in as members discuss portraying attorneys and witnesses in full trials — from opening statements to closing arguments — where teams of 6-10 students compete against programs from across the country in high-level tournaments before panels of real legal professionals. Whether you're interested in becoming a lawyer; networking in the legal field; learning how to improve your public speaking skills; or just looking for new friends; Mock Trial might be the RSO for you! Follow @uwmocktrial on Instagram for updates; fun content; and more. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Career ExplorationHusky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 130No330Computer access; Projector/Screen; Michelle Nguyen206-601-9527mesnaiw@uw.eduMock Trial at the University of Washington;
Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) Showcase07/6/22 1:13 PM09/12/22 10:29 AMWed Sep 28; 3:30 pm–4:30 pmpublishThe Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) is dedicated to promoting unity among minority Greek organizations at the University of Washington. MGC offers opportunities to build community relations; gain cultural awareness; and promote academic success. Please stop by and join us for a chance to learn more about MGC and chat with representatives from each organization (fraternities and sororities) within MGC! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 334No340Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Whiteboard; Reenah Gwak2533558454reenahg@uw.eduMulticultural Greek Council ;
Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) Yardshow08/18/22 9:39 AM09/12/22 10:31 AMMon Sep 26; 6:00 pm–8:30 pmpublishThe Multicultural Greek Council is home to 14 cultural sororities and fraternities on the University of Washington campus. Come watch as each organization performs their stroll; step; salute or dance. Join us to learn more about MGC and how you can get involved! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusRed SquareNo370Sabrina Chan4088888336mgcvicepresident@uw.eduMulticultural Greek Council;
Multicultural Greek Council Yardshow08/12/22 8:32 AM08/12/22 8:32 AMMon Sep 26; 6:00 pm–8:30 pmdraftIn-personOn-campusRed Square370Sabrina Chan4088888336mgcvicepresident@uw.edu
National Pan-Hellenic Council Black Student Homecoming06/13/22 4:07 PM08/30/22 12:22 PMFri Sep 30; 4:00 pm–6:00 pmpublishThe National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) is the cooperative governing body of nine historically African American fraternities and sororities; also known as the Divine Nine; at the University of Washington. Please join us as we celebrate our return to campus with the black community on campus. Stop by to meet representatives from all of the chapters of the Divine Nine; as well as from the other black registered student organizations(RSOs); or just grab a plate of some free food or play some games! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe HUB LawnNo3100Calen Garrett9256408500caleng12@uw.eduNational Pan-Hellenic Council of the University of Washington;
Native Plant Nursery – Tour and Activities!06/1/22 3:27 PM08/30/22 12:23 PMTue Sep 27; 12:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishThe SER-UW Native Plant Nursery is home to over 120 different plant species; all naturally and historically found in the Puget Lowlands. Come tour the nursery and learn about our different methods of plant propagation; projects that the nursery takes on; and projects that past student interns have initiated. Be ready for some hands-on activities that may include transplanting baby seedlings to larger pots; pruning more mature plants; and/or weeding in the hoophouse or in the gardens. Learn about the regular volunteer events we host and different ways you can get involved in horticulture/restoration at the only student-led nursery on campus! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Career ExplorationHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusCenter for Urban Horticulture - SER-UW Native Plant Nursery HoophouseYes230SER-UW Nursery Manager360 207 4712sernursery@gmail.comSER-UW;
Navigating your first year at UW08/31/22 3:57 PM09/15/22 1:06 PMMon Sep 26; 10:00 am–11:00 ampublishAre you a first-year student student who has never been to campus? Wondering how to integrate your your interests and academics? Join us for a walking tour of the spots on campus that will help you in making the most of your first year at UW! This tour will cover physical spaces on campus where you can engage and thrive during your first year. You won't feel lost; either literally or figuratively; again! The tour will begin outside the main entrance of the Burke Museum. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; First-generation students; International students; In-personOn-campusBurke Museum (Front Entrance)No2100Dan Feetham206-679-7622dfeetham@uw.eduUAA Advising;
New 2 Cru09/1/22 12:00 PM09/6/22 11:44 AMThu Sep 29; 7:30 pm–8:30 pmpublishWe are a caring community that is passionate about connecting others to the person of Jesus Christ. Come for snacks; treats and prizes and to hear more about who we are and what we offer on campus! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 106No260Matthew Erickson503-812-8034matthew.erickson@cru.orgCru at UW;
New Husky Welcome Package Pick-Upyes05/25/22 4:54 PM08/30/22 12:23 PMSat Sep 24; 10:00 am–11:30 ampublishAre you a first year student that did not receive a welcome package in the mail this summer from First Year Programs? Come grab yours in front of Mary Gates Hall. Please bring your Husky ID card or know your student ID number for the pickup! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessHusky Spirit & Tradition; 1st-year students; Transfer students; International students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall North LawnYes410Leanne Wiles206-718-9309ljwiles@uw.eduFirst Year Programs ;
New International Husky Family Reception08/31/22 3:57 PM09/6/22 11:58 AMFri Sep 23; 10:00 am–12:00 pmpublishWelcome parents and families of new international Huskies! Join us at this reception to meet UW staff members and other international families. There will be light refreshments and some giveaways. This event is co-sponsored by CIRCLE and UW Parent and Family programs. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; International students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 214Yes160Hyerim Park2068835524haerim23@uw.eduCenter for International Relations and Intercultural Leadership Exchange (CIRCLE);
New International Students: Welcome to UW!05/31/22 11:45 AM09/16/22 1:06 PMWed Sep 28; 12:00 pm–1:00 pmpublishCome tour Mary Gates Hall and learn about academic advising; see our advising suite and learn how academic advisers partner with students to explore and plan what will become your UW experience. taking class and getting involved outside the classroom to expand and apply what you learn in the classroom. Meet advisers to begin your academic plan. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 141No120Christina Kerr12063803038ckerr@uw.eduUndergraduate Advising;
New Student Convocation & Husky Kickoff (Parent and Family Schedule)yes08/31/22 1:56 PM09/7/22 5:20 AMSun Sep 25; 1:30 pm–4:00 pmpublishConvocation and Kickoff are two annual traditions to celebrate first-year students and to recognize the family and friends that have helped them prepare for this next step in their academic journey. The student agenda begins at 12:30 p.m. at the IMA Sports Fields. The parent and family member schedule includes: 1:30 p.m. Convocation Ceremony: Parents & families are invited to join the UW community and hear from UW President Ana Marie Cauce; ASUW President Tim Billing; and faculty. Don't forget to register for the convocation ceremony. You will need to show your ticket at the door. When you register please use the code that best aligns how your student will be entering the university: 22FirstYear or 22Transfer. 2:30 p.m. Husky Kickoff: After convocation; parents and families are welcome to observe students as they continue their connection with their classmates; win prizes; and take their class “W” photo on the turf of Husky Stadium Field. Please enter the stadium from the southeast entrance and sit in the south stands. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessHusky Spirit & Tradition; 1st-year students; In-personOn-campusAlaska Airlines Arena & Husky StadiumNo10Carlos Guillen 970-690-2333cguillen@uw.eduOffice of Ceremonies ; Office of Ceremonies ;
New Student Convocation & Husky Kickoff (Student Schedule)yes04/14/22 11:50 AM09/7/22 5:21 AMSun Sep 25; 12:30 pm–4:00 pmpublish New Student Convocation and Husky Kickoff are two annual traditions to celebrate you and to recognize the family and friends that have helped you prepare for this next step in your academic journey. View your personalized student schedule with your group information and check-in location on our website: https://www.washington.edu/uaa/hko/ The schedule includes: Undergraduate Connection Meeting: Everything starts at the IMA fields at 12:30 p.m. where you will connect with your Advising & Orientation (A&O) or First-year Interest Group (FIG) Leader and classmates. Convocation Ceremony: In your small group; you will travel to Alaska Airlines Arena; where UW President; Ana Marie Cauce; ASUW President; Tim Billing; and faculty will share their vision for your future. Don't forget to register for the convocation ceremony. When you register please use the code that best aligns how you are entering the university: 22FirstYear or 22Transfer. You will need to show your ticket at the door. Husky Kickoff: Finally you will continue your connection with your fellow freshman and transfer students; win prizes; learn about Husky traditions; and take your class “W” photo on the turf of Husky Stadium Field. If you would like to view the activities from a low sensory area; please enter the stadium from the southeast entrance and sit in the outdoor stands. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; In-personOn-campusIntramural Activities (IMA) Fields; Alaska Airlines Arena & Husky StadiumYes1001000Matt Skirven7576198675mskirven@uw.eduFirst Year Programs; First Year Programs;
New Transfer Student Lunchtime Chat: Meet your Adviser06/15/22 1:07 PM09/23/22 10:29 AMTue Sep 27; 12:00 pm–1:00 pmpublishWe will offer a lunchtime chat from 12:00pm to 1:00pm on Tuesday; September 27; 2022. All new pre-major transfer students who have been assigned an adviser in OMA&D or UAA are invited and encouraged to attend this lunch chat. This will be an opportunity for new pre-major Transfer Students to meet and talk with their assigned academic advisers in the Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity and in Undergraduate Academic Affairs Advising. Please RSVP - the zoom link is above linked on the "Virtual". All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/96411204220 [washington.zoom.us]On-campusMary Gates Hall CommonsNo100100Antonia Dorn2063218234adorn@uw.eduOMA&D Advising; OMA&D Advising;
Newman Barbecue09/1/22 4:03 PM09/20/22 2:45 PMMon Sep 26; 6:30 pm–8:30 pmpublishCome join us for this fun event where we will be eating a delicious barbeque dinner and giving tours of our Newman Center to small groups. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo100Andrew MacDonnell3602610405andymac1918@protonmail.comCatholic Newman Center at the UW;
Night Bites Picnic09/20/22 11:44 AM09/20/22 11:50 AMSun Sep 25; 6:00 pm–8:00 pmpublishCome join your fellow huskies in an open-for-all dinner picnic! Bring some blankets; some food; and have some fun with this chill event on the Quad grass. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe Quad (South) No7100Alexis Haynes206-913-3576ahaynes6@uw.eduEat Together;
O; Canada! Funding and study opportunities with Canadian Studies09/1/22 2:25 PM09/1/22 2:25 PMTue Sep 27; 1:00 pm–2:00 pmpublishEver wondered what life is like north of the 49th parallel? We'll pay you to check it out! Learn about the different opportunities available to undergraduate and graduate students through the Canadian Studies Center. Fund your study by learning a language; intern with the Canadian consulate; get $10k to study in British Columbia; or earn a minor in Arctic Studies -- and more! Join us virtually on Tuesday; September 27 at 1pm: https://washington.zoom.us/j/99631681212 All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/99631681212No7Marion Ferguson6072804020marionf2@uw.eduCanadian Studies Center;
Old Books; New Technologies: UW Special Collections and the new minor in Textual Studies and Digital Humanities08/31/22 10:00 AM09/22/22 4:44 PMTue Sep 27; 10:00 am–11:30 ampublishAre you interested in the history and future of books; texts; reading and information; from the scrolls of antiquity to medieval manuscripts and handprinted books to today’s e-books and massive book databases like Google Books? Are you thinking about a career in libraries; archives; publishing and editing; and in fields devoted to preserving and making accessible cultural materials? Come discover UW Libraries Special Collections and its extraordinary resources: medieval manuscripts; 15th-century books; an iron handpress; to name only a few items. And learn about the new minor in Textual Studies and Digital Humanities. Meet faculty; students and librarians who will talk about their experiences in the TS & DH minor. Courses in the minor emphasize hands-on; project-oriented work with historical materials; archival sources and artists’ books; and with techniques; skills; and tools for developing and publishing digital editions and exhibits; and for building; analyzing; and understanding text-oriented databases. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSpecial Collections; Allen Library South BasementYes120Michael Rich206-616-3486mrich87@uw.eduTextual Studies Program;
On-Campus Student Jobs08/16/22 2:51 PM09/6/22 4:38 PMTue Sep 27; 1:00 pm–2:00 pmpublishIn this workshop; we will be talking about options for students to look for and find on-campus jobs; showing some tutorials on how to use Handshake to find campus jobs; and sharing best practices for the job search process. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Career ExplorationInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_pnlQ9sIcQMmJS5NrbTaD8wNo1Luis Santiago425-280-7215lsanti@uw.eduCareer & Internship Center;
One Bus Away: Ballardyes04/12/22 11:40 AM08/30/22 12:26 PMSat Sep 24; 3:30 pm–6:00 pmpublishHead west to Ballard! Formerly an industrial district; this neighbourhood is now a hub for trendy food; drink; and shopping options. Explore the Ballard Avenue's red-brick streetscape and walk along Market Street to get a sense of some of the unique experiences Ballard has to offer. Ballard is a hub of food; cultural; and social experiences. We are excited to explore it with you! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusRed SquareYes425Emma Yamamoto4254193450eyama@uw.eduFirst Year Programs;
One Bus Away: Capitol Hillyes04/12/22 11:47 AM08/30/22 12:26 PMSat Sep 24; 3:30 pm–6:00 pmpublishNestled in between downtown Seattle and the Central District; Capitol Hill is one of Seattle's most eclectic neighborhoods. A hodgepodge collection of shops; restaurants; rainbow flags; and iconic Seattle venues; Capitol Hill is seen by many as the center for experiencing "the scene." Explore some of Seattle's most interesting stores; coffee shops; and more as you take in the culture. What’s more—you can get there in less time than it takes to choose a filter on Instagram (4 minutes from UW Station to Capitol Hill Station via Link light rail!). All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusRed SquareYes425Emma Yamamoto4254193450eyama@uw.eduFirst Year Programs;
One Bus Away: Fremontyes04/12/22 12:00 PM08/30/22 12:26 PMSat Sep 24; 3:30 pm–6:00 pmpublishCome to Seattle's funkiest; most creative neighborhood – Fremont. You will be introduced to the world-famous Troll; hang out with the massive statue of Vladimir Lenin; and visit many unique shops; cafes; and restaurants. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusRed SquareYes425Emma Yamamoto4254193450eyama@uw.eduFirst Year Programs;
One Bus Away: Seattle Centeryes04/12/22 12:05 PM09/22/22 9:36 AMSat Sep 24; 3:30 pm–6:00 pmpublishLearn how to use the Seattle bus system and your U-Pass on a tour of Seattle Center and Lower Queen Anne. Seattle Center is an arts and entertainment institution that is home to Bumbershoot; sporting events; and more. Stop by Dick's; one of Seattle's most popular burger experiences; as you finish your adventure in Lower Queen Anne. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusRed SquareYes425Emma Yamamoto4254193450eyama@uw.eduFirst Year Programs;
Open Mic with Poetry Club!08/31/22 8:42 AM08/31/22 8:42 AMMon Sep 26; 6:30 pm–8:30 pmpublishPoetry Club at the University of Washington is a space for people to read; write; and share poetry. It is open to all students; staff; and faculty. Join us for an Open Mic to start off the school year by sharing your beautiful words and hearing the poetry of our wonderful members! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 166No425microphone; Emma Mesman3602968310mesman@uw.eduPoetry Club at UW;
Origami With UW BEA09/12/22 5:01 PM09/14/22 2:46 PMMon Sep 26; 4:30 pm–6:30 pmpublishThe Business Ethics Association (BEA) is excited to host a get-together origami session for all students! Come join us at this fun and relaxing opportunity; where you can meet new friends and create fun origami–huskies; Pokémon; and more. Origami paper will be provided; there will also be candy and snacks. Feel free to stop by anytime during the session; club officers will also be there if you have any questions about student life; the campus; or the Foster application process! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 136No430Computer access; Projector/Screen; Sarah Speed253-258-9147sspeed@uw.eduBusiness Ethics Association ;
Out-of-Country Mixeryes07/19/22 2:29 PM08/30/22 12:27 PMMon Sep 26; 10:00 am–12:00 pmpublishJust arrived in the United States? Want to meet other students who can relate to your experience? Make new friends and find someone to go to another Dawg Daze event with at the Dawg Daze out of country mixer! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; International students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building Room 2504200Matt Skirven7576198675mskirven@uw.eduCIRCLE; CIRCLE;
Out-of-State Mixeryes07/19/22 2:02 PM08/30/22 12:27 PMMon Sep 26; 10:00 am–12:00 pmpublishComing from out of state? Want to meet other students who can relate? Make new friends and find someone to go to another Dawg Daze event with at the Dawg Daze out-of-state mixer! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 3344250Kathy Yin5033078996shiqiy3@uw.eduFirst Year Programs;
out-of-state mixer07/19/22 3:47 PM07/19/22 3:47 PMMon Sep 26; 10:00 am–12:00 pmdraftIn-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 3344250Kathy Yin5033078996shiqiy3@uw.edu
Paint with Pup – by Pup Support09/8/22 10:46 AM09/8/22 2:35 PMMon Sep 26; 3:30 pm–5:00 pmpublishCome enjoy a relaxing session of DIY “mocktails”; light snacks; and painting with us! Our Pup Support Creative Team members will be there to guide you through painting a ~masterpiece~ that you get to take home. All materials will be provided and no prior experience is required. If you have any questions about joining our general member community or taking a leadership position; feel free to ask any of our team members :) Grab your friends for 90 minutes of fun and we hope to see you there! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 107No430Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Whiteboard; Angela Chen2064836716chenang2@uw.eduPup Support;
Palestine 101: Introductory Kahoot and Snacks09/8/22 10:22 AM09/8/22 10:24 AMWed Sep 28; 6:00 pm–7:30 pmpublishJoin Students United for Palestinian Equality & Return (SUPER UW) for an evening of anti-imperialist learning! Learn about Palestinian history and resistance; Zionism and colonialism; apartheid; on-campus organizing; and resistance within the imperial core—all while enjoying snacks and good company. Most of all; meet folks dedicated to anti-imperialist struggle in the Seattle area; and get involved yourself. Snacks provided in person. Zoom link provided upon request. Message @super_uw on instagram or email us at superuw@uw.edu for more information. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; HybridOn-campusSav 130No415Projector/Screen; Susie2066059641slepow@uw.eduSUPER UW;
Paletas and Public Service09/15/22 3:49 PM09/22/22 11:34 AMMon Sep 26; 1:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishDo you want to make an impact through public service? Connect with others that want to make a difference in the world? Figure out how to connect with communities and social issues as part of your time at the UW? The NextGen Civic Leader Corps is a new program at the UW that aims to recognize the civic leadership work you're already engaged in; spark new connections with communities and peers; and hone your skills for a lifetime of doing good. We care about public service and the common good. Through academic connections; experiential learning; and cohort events we are building a movement at the UW. Come have a popsicle; meet some other folks who want to change the world; and learn more about how you can be involved in the Corps. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall Lawn (North)No40Kathryn Pursch Cornforth206.818.2717purschk@uw.eduNextGen Civic Leader Corps;
Partners in Health Engage Information Session09/14/22 12:05 PM09/14/22 2:44 PMTue Sep 27; 2:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishDo you believe healthcare is a human right? Do you want to learn how to fight for this right across the globe? Are you interested in learning more about public health and global health? If so; join Partners in Health Engage for our information session where you can learn about what Partners in Health is and how you can get involved in the fight for health equity. We'll share information about how we advocate directly with members of the US Senate and HOR for more equitable health legislation; how we fundraise for sustainable public health interventions in low and middle income countries; and how we educate people about global health. Can't make it but still interested? Sign up for our newsletter at Sign up. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 107No435Chloe Dahleen206-612-0641cdahleen@uw.eduPartners in Health Engage UW;
Phi Sigma Rho Engineering Sorority Information Session08/15/22 10:26 AM09/6/22 4:43 PMThu Sep 29; 5:00 pm–6:00 pmpublishCome meet Phi Sigma Rho and learn about our recruitment process which happens during the first few weeks of fall quarter! Phi Sigma Rho is a national engineering sorority that emphasizes friendship; scholarship; and encouragement. Our goal is provide women and non-binary people in STEM with a supportive; inclusive; and collaborative network of social community. You can find more information on our website uwphisigmarho.com or our Instagram @uwphisigmarho All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 264No470Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Annie Yao6095106591anniey27@uw.eduPhi Sigma Rho;
Phi Sigma Rho Krispy Kreme Feed06/15/22 9:44 AM09/12/22 10:24 AMTue Sep 27; 8:00 pm–11:59 pmpublishPhi Rho will be tabling with Krispy Kreme Donuts in efforts to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. This is also an opportunity for incoming freshman and other interested candidates in STEM to hear about the sorority! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo4Rotem Haba4254436640rotemh@uw.eduPhi Sigma Rho;
Philosophy Pub Night09/14/22 5:22 PM09/14/22 5:22 PMThu Sep 22; 5:00 pm–7:00 pmpublishLooking for a community to talk about deep questions with? Ratio Christi is a group of students united by our love for respectful conversations about thought-provoking; impactful topics. We'll be kicking off our year with rich discussions on your tough; existential; and important philosophical questions. Pizza; pub snacks; and (root)beer provided! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 132No480Projector/Screen; Katelyn Ebert(360) 984-4353kebert@uw.eduRatio Christi UW;
Pickup Soccer with Klesis Christian Fellowship09/16/22 3:28 PM09/19/22 11:15 AMFri Sep 23; 4:00 pm–6:30 pmpublishCome meet new friends over some fun; casual pickup soccer games! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusIntramural Activities Field #1No450Johnny Chen2068894837klesisseattle@uw.eduKlesis Christian Fellowship;
Pizza and Public Policy @ UW09/14/22 11:03 AM09/14/22 2:44 PMFri Sep 30; 12:00 pm–1:00 pmpublishAre you eager to impact your community and change the world around you? Pursuing a minor in public policy at the University of Washington is an exciting way to add a practical; policy-focused toolkit to any undergraduate major. At this lunchtime information session we'll explore: • What is public policy? • What career opportunities are out there for undergrads who pursue a public policy minor? • What's it take to minor in public policy at the UW? Join us for informal conversation; a pizza lunch; and the opportunity to meet with faculty and staff at the Evans School; and hear from other undergrads who are minoring in public policy. Please RSVP here so we know how much pizza to order: RSVP Form All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusParrington Hall 320Yes150Grant Blume206-707-1974gblume@uw.eduEvans School of Public Policy & Governance;
Planetarium Show06/24/22 4:33 PM09/20/22 11:38 AMTue Sep 27; 11:00 am–12:00 pmdraftExplore the universe without leaving campus! Visit the UW planetarium for a short 15 minute show on our recently-upgraded digital dome. Shows will start every twenty minutes beginning on the hour. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; In-personOn-campusPhysics/Astronomy Auditorium A220No1120Tyler Gordon2085598423tagordon@uw.eduDepartment of Astronomy;
Post Arrival Resource Fair: One Stop Shop for New International Huskies08/19/22 10:56 AM08/30/22 12:30 PMWed Sep 21; 10:00 am–3:00 pmpublishDo you need to set up a bank account? How about a phone plan? Do you know if you have satisfied the UW vaccination requirements? Do you need to complete the post arrival check-in process? In collaboration with UW campus partners and local businesses; CIRCLE provides you with an opportunity to complete all these tasks at once. Come and join us at the HUB North Ballroom on either September 21 or 22. There will also be prizes and giveaways throughout the event. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Info Session; International students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building North BallroomYes5500Hyerim Park2068835524haerim23@uw.eduCenter for International Relations and Intercultural Leadership Exchange (CIRCLE);
Poster Sale08/31/22 9:37 AM09/26/22 10:06 AMMon Sep 26; 10:00 am–9:00 pmpublishShop thousands of posters and decorate your space at the HUB’s annual poster sale! Poster sale proceeds benefit the HUB Director’s Art Award; supporting UW student artists by purchasing and displaying their work in the HUB Permanent Art Collection; and the HUB Scholarship; helping students reach their full potential as leaders; regardless of financial situation. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building (HUB)No50Adam Serafin206-941-9502aserafin@uw.eduHusky Union Building (HUB);
Pre-game Face Paint09/20/22 11:25 AM09/20/22 11:25 AMSat Sep 24; 5:00 pm–7:00 pmpublishCome get some purple and gold face paint on your way into the football game! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusUpper Rainier VistaNo5100Hanna Michaelis5099197556hrm02@uw.eduResonate Church Community;
Pre-Health Huskies: How To Prepare for a Career in a Health Profession08/16/22 2:50 PM09/12/22 10:57 AMMon Sep 26; 1:00 pm–2:00 pmpublishInterested in a career in a health profession? This session will explore what steps are necessary to enter this field; whether it’s in medicine; dentistry; public health; or a related field. Learn how to set yourself up for success; from course and major planning to opportunities for clinical exposure; undergraduate research; and leadership. This event is presented by the UW Career & Internship Center (C&IC). All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Career ExplorationInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_oulmNW2iT3-Ze-qMY-EHqwNo5Luis Santiago4252807215lsanti@uw.eduCareer & Internship Center;
Preview Week – Fitness/Mindfulness Classes – FREE ALL DAY!08/30/22 2:08 PM09/6/22 4:22 PMMon Sep 26; 6:00 am–11:00 pmpublishJoin UW Recreation for FREE Yoga; Meditation; Movement; Fitness; and Dance classes during Preview Week. Take time out to move your body; increase your energy; have some fun; and get your quarter started with wellness in mind! Click the link below to learn more information about UW Recreation and Preview Week Classes! *Space is limited; first come first served. Please check the Preview Week Class Schedule on our website for details. Date: Monday; September 26 – Friday; September 30 Time: All day Contact Info: recinfo@uw.edu All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Vaccination Policy and the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusIntramural Activities Building (IMA)No50Jeff Palmer(206) 543-4590recinfo@uw.eduUW Recreation - Fitness/Wellness;
Public Opening: New Exhibitions at Henry Art Gallery09/1/22 2:16 PM09/7/22 11:25 AMFri Sep 30; 7:00 pm–9:00 pmpublishJoin us to celebrate the opening of our latest exhibitions: everything was beautiful; and nothing hurt.; Nina Chanel Abney: Fishing Was His Life; PNW x PNW; Satpreet Kahlon with Asia Tail and Kimberly Deriana yəhaẃ Indigenous Creatives Collective: this was a densely wooded hill; Henry OffSite – Chloë Bass: Soft Services; and the ongoing exhibition Donna Huanca: MAGMA SLIT. Light hors d'oeuvres will be provided and drink tickets will be available to purchase for $5. Members receive two free drink tickets. The Henry Art Gallery offers free memberships to all University of Washington students! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHenry Art Gallery No5300Erin Baldner2067996778erinb@henryart.orgHenry Art Gallery;
Q Center Open House + Info Session08/2/22 9:54 AM08/30/22 12:31 PMMon Sep 26; 2:30 pm–4:30 pmpublishJoin the Q Center staff for an info session about all we have to offer LGBTQIA+ students and community at UW! Learn about our programs and services; how we're re-designing the physical space; and what new visions we're cultivating in what it means to center queer justice and advocacy. If you're looking for community and spaces to explore your identities; please connect with us! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Hybridhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/99857137551On-campusHusky Union Building Room 145No535Computer access; Projector/Screen; Whiteboard; Valerie Schweigert3618349232qval@uw.eduQ Center;
Quad Flicks: Mystery Movieyes05/6/22 2:12 PM08/30/22 12:31 PMFri Sep 23; 8:00 pm–10:00 pmpublishGet excited to join your fellow Huskies for a movie on the Quad! Grab your picnic blanket and friends and head to the Quad. Arrive a few moments early and enjoy some free popcorn served by Cinema & Media Studies. The selected movie won't be revealed until the opening scene! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe QuadYes8200Trevor Whiton2066059006algernon@uw.eduHusky Union Building;
Queer Mentorship and Peer Program (QMPP) Info Session08/31/22 10:23 AM09/6/22 12:27 PMThu Sep 29; 1:00 pm–2:30 pmpublishJoin the UW Q Center for the Queer Mentorship and Peer Program Info Session. Learn all about what is in store for QMPP this year and the many ways in which we are trying to queer the mentorship experience. We welcome all interested incoming students to join us and any interested faculty and staff. Through this program; you can expect to: Get matched one-on-one (or in small groups) with someone based on your shared identities and interests. Meet with your mentor/mentee/peer twice a month and explore the joys; challenges; concerns; and questions about coming out; exploring their queer identity; and much more. Attend campus and community events; and help to build your queer community. We hope to see you there! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 145No825Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Anthony Cheng9514422599nthcheng@uw.eduUW Q Center;
Queer Transfer Coffee (and Tea) Hour08/31/22 11:26 AM09/6/22 12:26 PMTue Sep 27; 3:00 pm–5:00 pmpublishAre you queer? Did you just transfer to the UW? Join the Q Center (UW's on-campus LGBTQIA2S+ resource center) for the first ever Queer Transfer Coffee (and Tea) Hour. Get to know some Q Center staff; tour the Q Center lounge space; learn about available resources and programs; meet other queer transfer students; and more. Did we mention there will be tea and coffee? All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; Transfer students; In-personOn-campusUW Q Center (Husky Union Building 315)No820Anthony Cheng9514422599nthcheng@uw.eduUW Q Center;
Quesadilla Bake with UW student food groups09/24/22 8:37 AM09/27/22 9:37 AMFri Sep 30; 6:00 pm–8:00 pmpublishJoin us for a quesadilla bake and concert at the UW Farm! Take a tour of the farm; taste some farm fresh food; listen to student bands play some jams and get stoked about different food oriented groups on campus. Come meet representatives and learn how to get involved at The UW Farm; the Dirty Dozen Farm Club; the Student Food Coop; and the UW Food Pantry.Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusUW Farm (at the Center for Urban Horticulture)No850Liran Zimand3015021345liranz@uw.eduDirty Dozen Student Farm Club;
Quizbowl: A New Kind of Trivia09/21/22 6:39 PM09/22/22 11:47 AMFri Sep 23; 4:30 pm–6:00 pmpublishCome see what quizbowl is all about! A short info session will be followed by two (optional) rounds of fast-paced competition. Four-player teams will face off and answer questions at the buzzer about science; pop culture; history; literature; art; and more! Bring a friend and just a bit of competitive spirit! No prior experience necessary. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall (SAV) 264No8100Computer access; Projector/Screen; Elliana Wejak4255639728evwejak@uw.eduQuizbowl Team at the University of Washington;
Recreation Fair08/31/22 4:01 PM08/31/22 4:01 PMSun Sep 25; 3:00 pm–6:00 pmpublishInterested in joining a club? Here is your chance to learn about UW Recreation’s 38 unique Rec Clubs. From Archery to Rowing; Tae Kwon Do to Volleyball; there is a club for everyone. Additionally; UW Recreation offers a variety of programs. Stop by one of the programs booth to learn how to sign up for fitness classes; outdoor trips; intramural sports; and more! Date: Sunday; September 25 Time: 3:00-6:00pm Location: IMA Building Outdoor Front Plaza (IMA Building Gym A back up rain location) Contact Info: Sam Rodenberg – sroden@uw.edu All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusIMA Building (Outdoor Front Plaza)No850Sam Rodenberg2065439346sroden@uw.eduUW Recreation;
Regional Connection Groups Reunion09/20/22 11:03 AM09/20/22 11:03 AMFri Sep 30; 6:00 pm–8:00 pmpublishWe are very excited to invite you for an RCG Reunion! Come enjoy some pizza; try some boba tea; and connect with your RCG friends; PCLs and CIRCLE staff in-person. We hope you are also excited for Bingo; Trivia and board games! You need to register for this event before 12:00 a.m.; September; 26. You can RSVP here: https://forms.gle/KXk3cUu2m5GVgHFL6 All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; International students; In-personOn-campusOak Hall Denny RoomYes30Hyerim Park2068835524haerim23@uw.eduCenter for International Relations and Intercultural Leadership Exchange (CIRCLE);
Resonate Church Launch Sunday09/21/22 2:36 PM09/21/22 2:36 PMSun Sep 25; 5:00 pm–6:30 pmpublishJoin us for our first service back on campus for the school year! Come get connected; meet new friends; and worship with us on Sunday’s. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusNano Engineering (NAN) 181No3100Hanna Michaelis5099197556hrm02@uw.eduResonate Church Community;
Rock Wall and Push up Challenge06/30/22 4:50 PM08/30/22 12:31 PMThu Sep 29; 9:00 am–2:00 pmpublishGet your climb on and grab some swag! If rockclimbing isn't your thing - try our push up challenge. Show us how many you can do! Cadets will be on hand to tell you about ROTC scholarship opportunities and our leadership course elective (open to all students!). See you there! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHealth & Well-being; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; Transfer students; In-personOn-campusRed Square (In Front of Odegaard)No3504Lisa Pirak2065791635lpirak@uw.eduLisa Pirak; Lisa Pirak;
Rome in Residence Study Abroad Opportunity09/1/22 4:05 PM09/6/22 10:41 AMWed Sep 28; 1:00 pm–1:45 pmpublishRome in Residence is UW’s campus abroad; hosted at the UW Rome Center; located in the ancient heart of Rome just off the Campo de’ Fiori. This new program allows you to complete general education requirements and choose from five 5-credit courses all about Rome; giving you an all-round and in-depth appreciation of the Eternal City. Living and studying in the center of historic Rome will give you the opportunity to interact with the local community and discover some of the most important archeological; architectural; and artistic riches in Italy. You’ll learn from Italian instructors with fellow UW students; go on field trips; and build your Italian skills. And eat pizza. Really good pizza. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMrdOyvqzgvHdOkzVegrlNbGL9Sm2xjLBhaNo3Emily Schump2064917621eschump@uw.eduUW Study Abroad;
Rosh Hashana Brisket Dinner09/1/22 10:54 AM09/6/22 11:53 AMSun Sep 25; 6:30 pm–8:00 pmpublishAre you looking for a Rosh Hashana dinner with brisket; apple and challah dipped in honey; and all of the great Rosh Hashana traditions? Sign up now to join your Jewish Husky family at Chabad for the Jewish New Year. Open to all Jewish Huskies! MUST REGISTER: Text ROSH HASHANA to 206-401-7708 Follow @CHABADUW on Instagram for event updates! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo3Rabbi Mendel Weingarten(206) 501-9159rabbi@jewishuw.comUW Chabad;
Rosh Hashanah Apple Bash08/18/22 3:31 PM08/18/22 3:31 PMTue Sep 27; 2:00 pm–4:00 pmpendingWhat better way to celebrate the Jewish New Year than with an Apple Bash! Join us for apple-themed treats and activities! We'll have lots of snacks; swag; and you can even be entered into a drawing to win a new pair of Apple AirPods!Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusNo2100Ellie Rips7144030880ellie@hilleluw.orgHillel UW;
ROTC Drop In Advising06/30/22 4:54 PM08/30/22 12:32 PMThu Sep 29; 10:00 am–2:00 pmpublishAre you curious about ROTC life and what being a ROTC Cadet is like? Would you like to try out our fitness training program for a quarter with no service commitment? Drop by Clark Hall; third floor to learn more! Our three credit general elective is open to all UW students. Grab some swag and let us answer questions about our physical training (PT); ROTC full tuition or room and board scholarships and career opportunities that fit your degree. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; In-personOn-campusClark Hall 303No25Lisa Pirak2065791635lpirak@uw.eduLisa Pirak; Lisa Pirak;
ROTC Open House05/27/22 1:42 PM09/15/22 1:11 PMTue Sep 27; 10:00 am–4:00 pmpublishFor over 96 years the University of Washington has been producing military officers through their Reserve Officer Training Corps units; which include the Navy; Marines; Army; Air Force and now the Space Force. On September 27th and 30th the three services will be opening Clark Hall to give incoming and returning students a chance to learn more about the career and personal opportunities ROTC can offer. Resources; information; and drop-in advising will be available for interested students. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Career ExplorationHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; In-personOn-campusClark Hall 120; Clark Hall 219; Clark Hall 316No250LT Morgan Bingle(206) 480-6185bing8381@uw.eduDepartment of Naval Science;
RUF Christian Fellowship Coffee and Donuts06/17/22 9:46 AM08/30/22 12:32 PMMon Sep 26; 10:00 am–11:30 ampublishCome by our table on the quad to meet current RUF UW students; learn a little about RUF; and grab some free coffee and donuts. RUF Christian Fellowship is a Christian RSO that invites students from all faith backgrounds to ask good questions; make good friends; and hear good news. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe Quad (North)No240David Birnie719-660-3353david.birnie@ruf.orgReformed University Fellowship;
RUF Christian Fellowship kickoff event09/12/22 12:25 PM09/12/22 12:25 PMWed Sep 28; 8:00 pm–10:00 pmpublishCome to Kane Hall for RUF's kickoff event! At 8pm; we'll gather to give you a (figurative) taste of what RUF does; followed by a (literal) taste of some delicious food trucks. Tickets for the food trucks will be distributed at 8 pm in Kane during the kickoff event. RUF Christian Fellowship is a Christian RSO that invites students from all faith backgrounds to ask good questions; make good friends; and hear good news. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusKane Hall 110No2100David Birnie719-660-3353david.birnie@ruf.orgReformed University Fellowship;
RUF Christian Fellowship Lawn Games and Otter Pops09/12/22 12:27 PM09/12/22 1:56 PMSat Sep 24; 4:30 pm–7:30 pmpublishThree hours before the football game against Stanford; we will be playing all sorts of lawn games on Lower Rainier Vista! Come snag an Otter Pop and meet a new friend before heading to the football game! RUF Christian Fellowship is a Christian RSO that invites students from all faith backgrounds to ask good questions; make good friends; and hear good news. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusLower Rainier VistaNo240David Birnie719-660-3353david.birnie@ruf.orgReformed University Fellowship;
RUF First Year Fellowship Dinner09/14/22 3:47 PM09/15/22 3:56 PMMon Sep 26; 6:30 pm–8:00 pmpublishRUF Christian Fellowship will provide a catered dinner for first-year students and some get to know you activities. Come by and meet the RUF Christian Fellowship staff and some other first-year students. RUF Christian Fellowship is a Christian RSO that invites students from all faith backgrounds to ask good questions; make good friends; and hear good news. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 130No235Kate Ezzell13602285074kate.stranathan@ruf.orgReformed University Fellowship;
RUF Goes to Church08/22/22 9:57 AM08/30/22 12:32 PMSun Sep 25; 8:40 am–12:00 pmpublishWant to check out a new church in Seattle and make some friends? Join some of our students in attending Cross and Crown in the U-District. Meet at 8:40am in the Burke museum parking lot to walk to the 9:00 am service together. RUF Christian Fellowship is a Christian RSO that invites students from all faith backgrounds to ask good questions; make good friends; and hear good news. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo2Emily Garat206-595-5922garatemi@uw.eduReformed University Fellowship;
Sail with Washington Yacht Club05/28/22 7:49 AM05/28/22 7:49 AMSun Sep 25; 8:40 am–12:00 pmdraftCan you see yourself on a yacht? At UW; one needs not a snob to sail! Come join us for an outing on our medium to large keelboats. You won't get wet; but come dressed for the weather! Be that sunblock or a raincoat.Just for Fun1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo2Washington Yacht Club;
Sail with Washington Yacht Club09/9/22 10:09 AM09/9/22 10:09 AMSun Sep 25; 5:00 pm–7:00 pmpublishJoin us for an exciting free sailing experience out on Lake Washington! Advanced registration is required by Friday; September 23rd; so act quickly! Snacks will be provided. The Washington Yacht Club is the recreational sailing club at UW; and it is led by student volunteers. We spend our time out on the waters of the nearby lakes and Puget Sound; and we will be celebrating our 75th anniversary this year! Visit dawgdaze.washingtonyachtclub.org to register for our Dawg Daze sailing activity and to learn how to get involved with the club throughout the year. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusWaterfront Activities Center; Keelboat DocksNo2300Dylan Wesen3608241218dwesen@uw.eduWashington Yacht Club;
Sail with Washington Yacht Club08/29/22 11:09 PM08/29/22 11:09 PMSun Sep 25; 12:00 pm–5:00 pmdraftFree sailing trip and free snacks! Learn to sail as you feel the wind on your face; the spray of the sea; and enjoy spectacular views. Sign up by 9/23 for our sailing event! You can learn about our club; sail on Washington Lake; and meet new friends. Expect to be on the water for 30-90 minute sails. Join our student-led sailing club where you can take sailing lessons; attend social events; and take trips out to Puget Sound. Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusNo2300Jun Ochiai3607702965junochia@uw.eduWashington Yacht Club;
Salsa Club at UW08/4/22 10:17 AM08/30/22 12:33 PMWed Sep 28; 1:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishCome join the UW Salsa Club for a fun introductory lesson on salsa dancing! You will be sure to enjoy upbeat music; safe social interaction; and a sense of community. Bring your dancing shoes; or some socks; and get ready to sweat it out; while we get to share our love for this art form! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Vaccination Policy and the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 250No250Jasmine Zettell310-270-3917uwsalsa@gmail.comSalsa Club at UW;
School of Drama Information Session06/27/22 9:48 AM09/16/22 1:57 PMThu Sep 22; 1:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishLearn about School of Drama major and minor programs. Performance-based RSOs will be tabling at this event. Groups include The Undergraduate Theater Society; The Collective Improv group; The Chinese Theater Club and more! The information session will be in front of Hutchinson Hall. In case of rain; the alternative location will be Hutchinson Hall 202. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHutchinson Hall (Outside the Front Door)No230Eloise Boyle206-612-5578emboyle@uw.eduSchool of Drama;
School of Music information table06/24/22 4:28 PM08/30/22 12:33 PMMon Sep 26; 10:00 am–11:30 ampublishCome learn about all of the different opportunities to become involved with the School of Music; whether you are a music major or not! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusOutside Music Building front doorsNo250Katie Hollenbach3037260459kbhollen@uw.eduSchool of Music;
Secular Student Alliance Chalk Party09/2/22 8:49 AM09/3/22 8:42 PMMon Sep 26; 5:00 pm–7:00 pmpublishJoin the Secular Student Alliance; UW Chapter for an afternoon chalk party and make your mark on campus! This is a great way to connect with other non-theistic; secular; and questioning students; collaborate on art that represents the secular community; and learn about our organization. Free SSA swag will be available as long as supplies last! Water-soluble chalk will be provided. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe Quad (South)No220Camille Price4356687069priceca@uw.eduSecular Student Alliance; UW Chapter;
Self Care with CSF09/12/22 10:50 AM09/12/22 10:56 AMFri Sep 23; 1:00 pm–2:00 pmpublishJoin the College Success Foundation Chapter @ UW for our first event of the 2022-2023 school year! We will be hosting a fun hour of painting your own tote bag; creating friendship bracelets; coloring; and learning about what we are all about as new or returning students get acclimated. Reach out to us through instagram for any questions! @csfuw_ All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 242No245Nora Medina5097971589noramedina2001@gmail.comCollege Success Foundation @ UW;
SHPE Social09/14/22 1:27 PM09/14/22 1:27 PMMon Sep 26; 1:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishOn 9/26 the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers will be hosting their annual Tacos Chukis social. Join us at red square at 1pm and be sure to bring your Husky ID to board the link. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusRed Square No230Anna Sabrina Garcia7542267771asg03@uw.eduSociety of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE);
Sit Down with Synthetic Biology09/1/22 3:02 PM09/1/22 3:02 PMMon Sep 26; 2:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishCome and learn about recent advances in the fields of proteomics; genetics; and molecular biology in this event hosted by UW's synthetic biology competition team; Washington iGEM! Join us to hear more about cutting edge synthetic biology projects and about how you can get involved with synthetic biology. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 131No230Computer access; Projector/Screen; Nicole Houppermans3609416490nhoupp@uw.eduWashington iGEM;
Small Church at UW Kickoff09/15/22 4:38 PM09/15/22 4:38 PMFri Sep 30; 6:30 pm–9:30 pmpublishCome join us to learn about the mission of small church and how it works! Food and fellowship will be provided. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 145No250Micah Lee(206)-476-6932leemic@uw.eduSmall Church at UW;
Smash Club Melee Beginner Event09/1/22 2:26 PM09/24/22 10:21 AMSat Sep 24; 12:30 pm–4:30 pmpublishThis event will be a free entry casual tournament for the video game Super Smash Brothers Melee. Come and meet other UW students who are also melee beginners! Here at Smash Club we love building our community around making new friends in a competitive atmosphere; and we’re always looking for new members to join us! No previous experience or controller required!! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 135 - Main Commons on 1st FloorNo275Overhead Projector; Power Outlets; Thomas Sweeney7742355087tws13@uw.eduSmash Club at University of Washington ;
Snack Social & Headbandz with DLP09/8/22 2:20 PM09/16/22 4:05 PMFri Sep 30; 6:00 pm–8:30 pmpublishCome chill with the members of UW's only fraternity for queer and progressive men and nonbinary folks for a night of games; food; and fun while getting the chance to connect with other queer students on campus! What to bring: Mask up please and thank you! **We can also provide KN95 masks Please feel free to reach out to psi.chapter@dlp.org for any questions! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 107No220Kai Cuevas3605500072cuevask@uw.eduDelta Lambda Phi;
South Seattle Huskies Welcome Event08/31/22 9:32 AM09/20/22 2:36 PMThu Sep 22; 4:00 pm–6:00 pmpublishWe invite all incoming South Seattle Huskies (first-year and transfer students) to join us for the South Seattle Huskies Welcome Event! Stop by Othello-UW Commons to meet current UW students and staff; enjoy local food; and meet other new Huskies from the southend. The Othello-UW Commons Team will provide food; drinks; community building activities; and UW Husky swag for all attendees! Look forward to seeing you and your families! RSVPs highly encouraged. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo2Katie Wallace2066853023kwallac1@uw.eduOthello-UW Commons and the Community Engagement and Leadership Education (CELE) Center;
Spanish and Portuguese Studies Information Table09/1/22 11:19 AM09/6/22 11:46 AMMon Sep 26; 2:00 pm–2:30 pmpublishUW Spanish and Portuguese Studies will be at Dawg Daze with games and information about department offerings. Demonstration classes in Portuguese and Heritage Spanish will be held on Monday; 9/26. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 132No220Casey Colvin2065432020colvincd@uw.eduDepartment of Spanish & Portuguese Studies;
Speed Friending With Smirk!08/4/22 10:22 AM09/19/22 11:06 AMTue Sep 27; 11:00 am–12:30 pmpublishSmirk is back this year with a modified version of our event last year! This is an event for students to get the opportunity to meet others and expand their network. Make friends and connect with other students while enjoying free snacks! The event consists of many rounds; 10 minutes each where students can talk in small groups with their peers with the help of ice breaker questions. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 145No260Computer access; Whiteboard; Riya Venkatesh2065808150president@smirkuw.comSmirk UW; UW Publications;
Stage Notes Presents: Broadway Jeopardy06/30/22 9:54 AM08/30/22 12:34 PMWed Sep 21; 2:30 pm–3:30 pmpublishDo you consider yourself a musical theater fan? Come test out your knowledge with Broadway Jeopardy! ---- Stage Notes is a student-run musical theater club and has been at UW for 12 years! Join us to find out more about the THREE productions we are putting on for the 2022-2023 school year. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 132225Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Whiteboard; Rebecca Mercado2539733836Merreb24@uw.eduStage Notes;
Start a startup @ UW – DubHacks Next – Info Booth09/1/22 12:01 AM09/1/22 12:04 AMWed Sep 21; –pendingNext is UW's first student-run startup incubator and community focused on technology entrepreneurship. We work with prominent organizations in the area to put on workshops; speakers; networking events; and connect you with the resources; knowledge; and people you need to take your project to the next level. Join us and ask any questions on our upcoming recruitment cycle! Career ExplorationInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusNo230Luna Chen 2065399877luna@dubhacks.coDubhacks;
Start Your Population Health Journey06/24/22 4:15 PM08/30/22 12:35 PMSat Sep 24; 8:00 am–5:00 pmpublishNot quite sure what population health means? Already interested but want more information on getting involved? Stop by the first floor of Hans Rosling Center Monday; September 21st - Friday; September 30th for a self-guided information tour. Learn how you can get involved with pop health courses; fellowship opportunities; campus events; and more--all while getting acquainted with the HRC. Tour information can be found here! Building hours for self-guided tours: 8am-5pm. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe Hans Rosling Center for Population HealthNo20Taylor Jolliffe231-920-4384tjoll10@uw.eduPopulation Health Initiative ;
Statistics and Probability Association Open House09/8/22 10:26 AM09/8/22 2:36 PMThu Sep 29; 7:30 pm–8:30 pmpublishInterested in statistics? You PROBABLY are! Join the Statistics & Probability Association (SPA); to connect with people with shared interests; learn more about the statistics department and major; and get exposure to new skills and career paths. We promise we're not MEAN people. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 132No230Projector/Screen; Suh Young Choi(206)771-1167atobdura@uw.eduStatistics and Probability Association;
Student Activities Fairyes06/14/22 3:10 PM08/30/22 12:35 PMFri Sep 30; 10:00 am–2:00 pmpublishInterested in making friends and getting involved on campus? Explore UW's 800 Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) and learn more about what they do and how to join. Connect with people that share your interests and passions or discover new ones! Meet and talk with staff from the Student Activities Office (SAO); who advise and support student-run events; programs; and governance. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusRed SquareYes7300Kathy Yin5033078996dawgdaze@uw.eduFirst Year Programs; First Year Programs; First Year Programs;
Student Veteran Life Open House06/8/22 10:49 AM09/12/22 10:01 AMWed Sep 28; 1:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishHelp Student Veteran Life kick off the new school year with this open house and welcome lunch. This is your chance to check out SVL and see what we do while also meeting other current student veterans on campus. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; Transfer students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 206No750Dr. Samantha Powers540-588-1026SAPOWERS@UW.EDUStudent Veteran Life;
Student Veteran Pre-Fall Welcome06/13/22 9:37 AM09/12/22 10:01 AMMon Sep 26; 3:00 pm–5:00 pmpublishThis event consists of free information sessions about being a new student veteran at the University of Washington. Meet the SVL staff and current student veterans live! Additionally; these sessions are a great opportunity to get all of your questions answered about what you have to look forward to in your time at the UW. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; Transfer students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 251No720Sam Powers540-588-1026SAPOWERS@UW.EDUStudent Veteran Life;
Student Veteran Pre-Fall Welcome06/8/22 10:52 AM09/12/22 10:01 AMTue Sep 27; 11:00 am–1:00 pmpublishThis event consists of free information sessions about being a new student veteran at the University of Washington. Meet the SVL staff and current student veterans live! Additionally; these sessions are a great opportunity to get all of your questions answered about what you have to look forward to in your time at the UW. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedInfo Session; Transfer students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 337No720Dr. Samantha Powers540-588-1026SAPOWERS@UW.EDUStudent Veteran Life;
Students and Startups: Info Session for Undergraduate & Graduate Students08/31/22 3:53 PM09/22/22 4:26 PMTue Sep 27; 11:30 am–12:30 pmpublishJoin us for lunch and to learn about amazing opportunities for you to work on your own startup or with a startup while in school! The UW Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship works with students of every major and discipline; whether they are merely curious about startups and entrepreneurship or passionate about starting their own company while in college. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Career ExplorationInfo Session; Transfer students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 241No790Computer access; Projector/Screen; Alex Eli(425) 218-6025eliad@uw.eduFoster School of Business - Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship ;
Students for a Democratic Society Kickoff Event07/6/22 1:16 PM08/30/22 12:36 PMTue Sep 27; 1:30 pm–3:00 pmpublishStudents for a Democratic Society's Kickoff Event; Join us for our organizing kickoff of the year. SDS is the largest non-partisan progressive organizing group on campus; come on by and hear our goals for the year. About us: Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) serves to organize; educate; and empower students at the University of Washington through nonviolent direct action; campus canvassing; voter education and registration; volunteer training; political advocacy; community events; and more. Through democratic decision making and mass student mobilization; SDS builds solidarity with and advocates for leftist movements and policy proposals; fighting for economic and racial justice in the Seattle-area and Washington State. "If we appear to seek the unattainable; as it has been said; then let it be known that we do so to avoid the unimaginable." - The Port Huron Statement 1962 All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 166No745Computer access; Projector/Screen; Nathan Mitchell4256280497nathanm3@uw.eduStudents for a Democratic Society at UW;
Study Abroad 10108/30/22 2:37 PM09/6/22 1:52 PMThu Sep 29; 11:30 am–12:30 pmpublishAre you considering study abroad or just want to know what the options are? We're here to help! Hear from UW Study Abroad staff to learn about programs; credits; finances and more. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwuf-ugrDgvHNDPT1n69dpkuMp482SIWCvBNo7Emily Schump2064917621eschump@uw.eduUW Study Abroad;
Study Abroad 10108/30/22 2:35 PM09/7/22 12:35 PMTue Sep 27; 3:00 pm–3:45 pmpublishAre you considering study abroad or just want to know what the options are? We're here to help! Hear from UW Study Abroad staff to learn about programs; credits; finances and more. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 405No735Computer access; Projector/Screen; Emily Schump2064917621eschump@uw.eduUW Study Abroad;
Studying Data Science in the Arts; Humanities; and Social Sciences08/31/22 9:23 AM09/22/22 11:30 AMMon Sep 26; 1:00 pm–2:00 pmpublishData science is everywhere and can be a central part of your college experience no matter what you major in. Researchers and professionals across campus are using databases and collecting new data to ask and answer complex questions. We will hear from faculty in Political Science; English; Informatics; and Archeology. Come to learn more about how data science can enhance your major experience across campus All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 264No750Malika Garoui3603392592malikag@uw.eduUW Data Science Minor ;
Succeeding in Pre-Med & Pre-Health Intro Classes09/8/22 10:30 AM09/23/22 8:48 AMTue Sep 27; 7:00 pm–8:00 pmpublishAre you on a journey to a healthcare profession? Wondering about how to succeed in the associated intro classes; or maybe even wondering what classes you have to take? Join us for our panel of high-achieving pre-health students as we tackle some of the highest-yield strategies for success and answer your questions! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; First-generation students; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/2380656347 [washington.zoom.us]On-campusHusky Union Building 145No740Computer access; Projector/Screen; Luke Jouppi650-384-9474ljoupp@uw.eduPhilosophy of Medicine at UW;
Sushi in the Sukkah09/1/22 10:54 AM09/15/22 4:02 PMWed Oct 12; 5:00 pm–7:00 pmpendingRoll your own Sushi or Enjoy ready-to-eat kosher sushi in the Sukkah! Come party with your Jewish Husky family! Live music; delicious food and an incredibly fun time. Open to all Jewish Huskies! MUST REGISTER: Text SUSHI to 206-401-7708 Follow @CHABADUW on Instagram for event updates! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo7Rabbi Mendel Weingarten(206) 501-9159rabbi@jewishuw.comUW Chabad;
Sustainability walking tour09/1/22 10:52 AM09/6/22 11:54 AMFri Sep 23; 1:00 pm–2:00 pmpublishJoin UW Sustainability for a walking tour highlighting just a few reasons that UW's campus is a leader in sustainability. The tour will meet at the Husky Statue in front of the HUB and from there we will explore some of UW's sustainability features including innovative buildings and secluded green space. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building Front Entrance by the Husky StatueNo731Daimon Eklund443-983-7873deklund@uw.eduUW Sustainability;
Synaptech: What is Neurotech and How To Get Involved07/25/22 10:29 AM08/30/22 12:37 PMMon Sep 26; 12:00 pm–1:30 pmpublishMonkeys playing "mind-pong;" typing with imagined handwriting; and psychedelics for mindfulness; these are some of the hottest topics in neurotech today! Join us for an introduction to current neurotechnologies and learn about opportunities to get involved with Synaptech! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Career ExplorationInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 260No7100Projector/Screen; Toma Itagaki4258946051itagaki@uw.eduSynaptech UW;
TEDxUofW : Info Session!09/12/22 1:28 PM09/16/22 4:06 PMFri Sep 30; 6:00 pm–7:00 pmpublishTEDxUofW is established to bring inspirational and informative TED style talks to the University of Washington. Since 2012; our organization has sought to give amazing speakers a receptive audience to share their passion. TEDxUofW's annual conference is made possible by a team of creative and hardworking undergraduate students. We are determined to have our 2023 TEDxUofW conference in next April. Hence we want to host an information session at Dawg Daze events for UW undergraduates who are passionate about planning our conference and being a part of a welcoming and supportive registered student organization that will produce unforgettable memories and give them a great experience. The information session will entail information about our RSO; team structure; recruiting process and more! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 105No750Computer access; Projector/Screen; Nishtha Agarwal2067738162nishtha1@uw.eduTEDx University of Washington;
The Daily: Open House08/15/22 10:12 AM08/30/22 12:37 PMTue Sep 27; 12:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishFor any and all journalism; reporting; and media enthusiasts; come drop by The Daily’s iconic orange newsroom! The Daily has been around since 1891; keeping the UW community informed and entertained for 131 years. Come through to talk to meet the people who make the paper happen and learn more about how you can get involved. This includes The Daily; Smirk UW; HUA Voice; and Husky Media Group. Our open house is a great way to meet people at UW because there’s such a variety in what you could get yourself into: writing; reporting; illustration; photography; design; copy editing; and/or podcasts. Check us out online at dailyuw.com and if your interest is piqued; come visit us at our Open House! We’ll have past and present issues of The Daily; snacks; friendly faces; and be ready to answer any of your questions. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusCommunications Building Room 132 (Daily Newsroom)No70Deb Kwon4257612064managing@dailyuw.comThe Daily;
The Great EduDawg Adventure08/31/22 3:54 PM09/6/22 12:01 PMThu Sep 22; 11:00 am–12:00 pmpublishMeet us on The Quad in front of Miller Hall as we race around campus for the Great EduDawg Adventure! Attendees will take part in a treasure hunt designed to highlight our favorite spots on campus. An accessible alternative to this event will also be available. Don't forget to grab some pizza and prizes on your way out! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusIn Front of Miller HallNo7111UW College of Education Office of Student Services206-543-7834edinfo@uw.eduUW College of Education;
The Hidden Profession: Medical Laboratory Science06/13/22 4:11 PM08/30/22 12:37 PMMon Sep 26; 1:00 pm–1:45 pmpublishJoin the Medical Laboratory Science adviser to learn about the only undergraduate BS degree in the UW School of Medicine. If you like puzzles; unlocking medical mysteries; and are drawn to a laboratory environment; come learn about the profession that provides doctors with 70% of information they need to diagnose and treat patients. You can be an integral part of the medical team using your love of science and passion for medicine to become a highly employable Medical Laboratory Scientist. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 115No735Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Heather Eggleston206-795-1951auyong@uw.eduLaboratory Medicine & Pathology;
The Hidden Profession: Medical Laboratory Science06/27/22 8:38 PM06/27/22 8:38 PMMon Sep 26; 1:00 pm–1:45 pmdraftIn-personOn-campusSmith Hall 115735Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Heather Eggleston206-795-1951auyong@uw.edu
The Neuroscience of Surviving Your Freshman Year (with Kahoot and Prizes) with the Neurobiology Club09/1/22 3:31 PM09/2/22 1:35 PMMon Sep 26; 2:30 pm–4:00 pmpublishStudying can feel like an uphill battle; but it doesn’t have to be that way. Come make studying less of a struggle by understanding how your brain learns; so you can work with it and not against it. Learn the neuroscience behind motivation; focus; and memory; and get practical; research-based study techniques to step into your first class ready to succeed. After our quick talk; we’ll have a neuroscience trivia game with sponsored prizes; including movie tickets and a $50 gift card to the University Bookstore; with more sponsors to be announced. (No previous neuroscience knowledge required) You'll also learn more about our other cool upcoming activities; like panels with incredible doctors and researchers; peer mentorship; and boba socials! Join us in-person or over zoom. We hope to see you there! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; Hybridhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/98530977615On-campusSieg Hall 230No750Computer access; Projector/Screen; Elora Reilly2062267224elora@psreilly.comNeurobiology Club;
The Songwriters Circle Open Mic08/31/22 3:47 PM09/16/22 4:11 PMFri Sep 30; 6:30 pm–8:30 pmpublishLove live music? Or looking for a fun way to spend your Thursday night? Come to The Songwriters Circle's Dawg Daze open mic! Whether you're a musician and itching to perform or just a fan of music; our open mic is a fantastic way to meet other music-oriented UW students; find community and make friends. Please note that sign-ups to perform are first-come-first-serve. No experience necessary to attend! Follow us on Instagram @songwriterscircleuw to stay updated. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 211No780Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Whiteboard; Speaker/PA; Roger Clemens2067781627rclemens@uw.eduThe Songwriters Circle at UW;
The Transfer Experience: Mitigating “Transfer Shock”07/6/22 1:57 PM08/30/22 12:37 PMMon Sep 26; 11:30 am–12:30 pmpublishWith every life transition comes an adjustment period. For students transferring to the University; we define this adjustment period as "Transfer Shock". Come visit us to learn more about what this phenomenon looks like and hear from a panel of current/previous transfer students at the University about how they found success at the University. If you plan to attend; to ensure we have capacity in our space to support you please RSVP in the link below. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Vaccination Policy and the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessHealth & Well-being; Info Session; Transfer students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 120No7120Computer access; Projector/Screen; Makayla Dorn2063690684mvdorn@uw.eduUAA Advising ;
Theta Tau Thrift Shop09/1/22 2:37 PM09/6/22 1:26 PMFri Sep 30; 3:00 pm–6:00 pmpublishTheta Tau - Theta Beta Chapter; is excited to host the "Theta Tau Thrift Shop" for this year's Dawg Daze! Theta Tau is the oldest and largest professional engineering fraternity worldwide; and is UW's only co-ed engineering greek organization! With our diverse community; brothers have a wide range of interests and can be found pursuing all divisions of engineering. Our organization is founded upon the three pillars of brotherhood; professional development; and service where our 50+ active brothers come together and create meaningful experiences. This year's thrift shop will allow students to buy vintage clothing as well as learn about who we are! Stop by; network; have fun; and learn about our upcoming Fall 2022 Recruitment Cycle! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; In-personOn-campusThe Quad (North)No7100Hari Rathnam4256238244harir@uw.eduTheta Tau - Theta Beta Chapter;
Thrift Flip w/ MESH08/31/22 2:35 PM09/12/22 10:15 AMTue Sep 27; 2:00 pm–5:00 pmpublishAre you interested in DIY fashion? Do you need an opportunity to strut the runway? Come thrift flip with the MESH team and learn about how you could be walking in a fashion show; designing your own collection; or learn a new photography skill!! MESH will be providing old clothes; scissors; paint; patches; needles and thread - everything you need to transform a boring old piece of clothing into a fresh new piece! Come with a friend or come make a friend :) All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 304No750Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Amy Shanna Sun4085908497asun8@uw.eduMESH;
Thrift Flip w/ MESH Pt II08/31/22 2:37 PM09/12/22 10:16 AMFri Sep 30; 1:30 pm–4:30 pmpublishDid you miss our first event? No worries; we have more for you! Come thrift flip with the MESH team and learn about how you could be walking in a fashion show; designing your own collection; or learn a new photography skill!! MESH will be providing old clothes; scissors; paint; patches; needles and thread - everything you need to transform a boring old piece of clothing into a fresh new piece! Come with a friend or come make a friend :) All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 145No750Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Amy Shanna Sun4085908497asun8@uw.eduMESH ;
Throwback Thursday with Jumpstart08/18/22 9:42 AM09/12/22 10:48 AMThu Sep 22; 3:30 pm–4:30 pmpublishWant to work with young kids this year? Join Jumpstart in MGH 171 to learn more about serving in preschool classrooms; building your leadership skills and resume; and Work Study and volunteer opportunities. Following a brief info session; we'll take you back to preschool with some yummy snacks and fun games. Bring a friend and be ready to meet new people! *Masks and hand sanitizer will be available at the event. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Career ExplorationPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall Suite 171; Multipurpose RoomNo720Sala Sataraka2067476593salas@uw.eduJumpstart - Community Engagement & Leadership Education (CELE) Center;
Tips for a Successful First Quarter from UW International Undergraduate Students08/19/22 10:57 AM08/30/22 12:38 PMWed Sep 21; 10:00 am–11:00 ampublishNew international undergraduate students; as you begin a new educational journey at the UW; join CIRCLE to learn from a panel of returning international undergraduate students about their experiences on September 21 The student panelists will share tips and insider knowledge about how they navigated their first quarter at the UW. We will give away free boba to the first 50 students who show up at this event. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; International students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 260Yes1115Hyerim Park2068835524haerim23@uw.eduCenter for International Relations and Intercultural Leadership Exchange (CIRCLE);
Tour The Seattle Times with SPJ UW08/15/22 10:09 AM09/7/22 12:43 PMTue Sep 27; 8:00 am–10:45 ampublishCome tour The Seattle Times newsroom and meet professional journalists with the Society of Professional Journalists; UW chapter! In order to attend this event you need to RSVP at bit.ly/3C0WMG2 with your proof of vaccination by Sunday; September 25 at 11:59 PM (PT). We will be taking the light rail as a group so please meet us at 8 AM at the University of Washington station (on Montlake Blvd). Event is free to attend! Want to learn more about SPJ UW and our fall media/journalism contest? Follow us on Instagram/Twitter at @spjuw for updates and how to get involved! DM us on our socials or email us at spjuw@uw.edu with any questions! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Career ExplorationPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo1Shira Zur4255037605 szur@uw.eduSociety of Professional Journalists; UW chapter;
Transfer Shock Panel06/13/22 9:48 AM06/13/22 9:48 AMTue Sep 27; 8:00 am–10:45 amdraftAcademic SuccessHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Transfer students; In-personOff-campusNo1Lily Peterson2534326165lilyp2@uw.eduUAA Advising;
Transfer Student Happy Houryes07/11/22 9:40 AM09/15/22 2:52 PMFri Sep 23; 11:00 am–3:00 pmpublishJoin us for Happy Hour in the Commuter Transfer Commons (CTC) at the Husky Union Building for an introduction to this exclusive space and to find community with other Transfer Students. What's a Happy Hour without the drinks! Come enjoy crafty mocktails and root beer on tap! The CTC is a place tailored to serve the unique experience of Transfer Students; with day-use lockers; refrigerators to store your lunch; a beautiful terrace; a comfortable place to sit; and much more! It is only accessible through a swipe of your Husky ID and you must be a Transfer or Commuter Student. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; Transfer students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 141 - Commuter and Transfer CommonsYes340Buddy Molina720-480-9912xmolina@uw.eduFirst Year Programs (FYP);
Trivia Night!09/1/22 2:28 PM09/20/22 2:47 PMTue Sep 27; 6:30 pm–8:00 pmpublishJoin us for an exciting night of trivia; snacks; and mocktails! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo3Olivia D'Costa4252197494dcostao@uw.eduCatholic Newman Center at the UW;
Trivia with Harry Potter Club08/22/22 9:56 AM08/30/22 12:39 PMMon Sep 26; 1:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishWant to test your knowledge of the Harry Potter Universe? Come join the Harry Potter Club in our very own Trivia game to win prizes! We will have 3 game sessions starting at the top of each hour. Located in Smith 205 from 1-4pm on Monday; September 26. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 205No370Computer access; Projector/Screen; Emma Branch(206) 321-7203esbranch@uw.eduHarry Potter Club;
TWN: Come Paint CDs with Us! :)09/19/22 2:51 PM09/19/22 2:51 PMFri Sep 23; 1:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishCome join the Women’s Network in painting outside and making new friends! Express your creativity through painting clear CD’s (everything provided!) while learning more about TWN. The Women’s Network is the largest; most engaging collegiate women's network nationwide - connecting women to professionals and preparing future leaders! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusThe Quad (South)No325Victoria Cervantes8585887101vcerv@uw.eduThe Women's Network ;
Undergraduate Research for Transfer Students Panel & Social08/11/22 3:41 PM08/30/22 12:40 PMTue Sep 27; 3:00 pm–4:30 pmpublishAre you an incoming transfer student interested in undergraduate research? Get a jump-start on research with this workshop intended for incoming transfer students in all disciplines to get up to speed on the resources and opportunities available for you to engage in faculty-mentored research at UW! In addition; learn about key library resources and services that support all forms of undergraduate research. Join Undergraduate Research Program advisers; current undergraduate student researchers; and UW Libraries staff for this interactive; informational session. Stick around after the presentation to ask additional questions and connect with other transfer students! Grab-and-go snacks will be provided. Husky Card required for entry to Odegaard Library. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedInfo Session; Transfer students; In-personOn-campusOdegaard Library Room 220Yes250Linda Whang2067290459lcwhang@uw.eduUW Libraries; UW Libraries;
Unite UW: Instant Friendships06/13/22 3:59 PM08/30/22 12:40 PMThu Sep 22; 12:00 pm–1:00 pmpublishLearn about Unite UW; an on-campus cultural exchange program that builds bridges between domestic and international students at the University of Washington. Want to meet Huskies from all over the world? Excited to try new things (hiking; games; sight-seeing; food!) in the Seattle area? Join Unite to make new connections! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 131No240Computer access; Projector/Screen; Sarah Pauling5868636912spauling@uw.eduUnite UW; Unite UW;
University of Washington Native Tree Tour07/27/22 3:26 PM09/12/22 9:49 AMSun Sep 25; 3:00 pm–6:00 pmpublishWelcome to the University of Washington; arguably the most beautiful college campus in the country! Here at the UW; we are proud of our trees. With about 480 different species of trees on our grounds and over 9000 individual specimens; we have a greater variety than just about any other school in the United States. This guided walking tour of campus will initiate from outside the front of the Burke Museum on the Northwest edge of the main campus. In addition to fun facts and stories about Native Pacific Northwest Trees provided by College of the Environment Alum Theodore Hoss; the tour will also be a fantastic way to learn the layout of the UW and become more familiar with the ecology of Washington State. This tour; created with the help of the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences and the Campus Sustainability Fund; will loop the UW grounds and will cover 28 species native to the great PNW; including tips for identification; uses; and ecological role. For more information or to take the tour yourself in self-guided form please visit the tour website or pick up a tour book at the front desk of Anderson Hall. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusTour initiates from the front of the Burke MuseumNo220Theodore Hoss16614949585tdhoss@uw.eduSchool of Environmental and Forest Sciences;
UTS Improv – Improv Comedy Workshop08/15/22 10:24 AM08/30/22 12:41 PMFri Sep 23; 3:00 pm–5:00 pmpublishJoin UTS Improv for an afternoon of fun improv comedy games. If you enjoy improv comedy; or you just want to see what it's like; this is your chance! UTS Improv is a low-stakes environment for participants of all experience levels and backgrounds. Beginners and experienced performers alike can laugh and have fun while learning improv comedy skills. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 136No215Damien Snyder2067156354damisnyder@gmail.comUTS Improv (part of Undergraduate Theater Society);
UW Awaaz Workshop and Info Session!09/1/22 11:58 AM09/14/22 3:43 PMTue Sep 27; 11:00 am–12:00 pmpublishLove to sing; dance; or beatbox? Join UW's South Asian Fusion A Cappella team for a workshop and info session! On UW Awaaz; we self-arrange and sing musical pieces that combine features of South Asian and Western music. Get a sneak peek at what it's like singing a cappella and ask the team any questions that you have regarding practices; auditions; and competitions! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 105No2100Computer access; Projector/Screen; Sanika Joshi4255051108sanikaj@uw.eduAwaaz at UW;
UW Chinese Debate Club Info Session09/18/22 3:06 PM09/18/22 3:06 PMSat Sep 24; –pendingAn in-person info session for the freshmen to get to know our Debate Club. The whole event will be processed on the Quad. Get ConnectedInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; International students; In-personOn-campusNo225Siqi Lin2069736768slin7@uw.eduUniversity of Washington Chinese Debate Club;
UW CIRCLE Welcome Tent08/31/22 2:03 PM09/6/22 12:16 PMWed Sep 21; 11:00 am–2:00 pmpublishWe welcome you to meet CIRCLE (the Center for International Relations & Cultural Leadership Exchange) ;the University of Washington's hub for resources; community; and activities that strengthen cross-cultural engagement within and between our domestic and international student communities. Join us at our tent in Red Square. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusRed SquareNo2250Hyerim Park2068835524haerim23@uw.eduCenter for International Relations and Intercultural Leadership Exchange (CIRCLE);
UW Data Science Minor Info Session08/31/22 9:25 AM09/20/22 10:50 AMMon Sep 26; 12:00 pm–12:45 pmpublishData Science Minor Info Session Are you interested in learning more about studying data science at the University of Washington? This information session will provide information on the interdisciplinary minor; open to all students. This minor focuses on empowering you with data literacy tools to interpret and translate algorithmic output within your major field of study. This minor is also heavily focused on the ethics; policy; and social theory of data use. Join us to learn more! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 264No250Malika Garoui3603392592malikag@uw.eduUW Data Science Minor ;
UW Film Club- Film Jeopardy08/31/22 9:45 AM09/6/22 12:30 PMTue Sep 27; 1:00 pm–2:00 pmpublishJoin the Film Club at UW for an afternoon Film Jeopardy! Meet other cinephiles and test your cinema knowledge to win some cool prizes. Learn about what Film Club does; get involved and learn about film culture at UW! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 102No260Sarah Kelley3609202076okapi05@uw.eduFilm Club at the UW;
UW Food Systems Walking Tour08/19/22 10:26 AM09/6/22 4:29 PMFri Sep 30; 1:30 pm–3:00 pmpublishJoin representatives from the Food Systems; Nutrition; and Health Major on a guided tour of campus to explore the University’s food system. Topics will include food resources; how the food system impacts nutrition and health outcomes; how we might increase sustainability; resilience; and equity across the food system; and tackling issues of food security; food justice; and food sovereignty. Meet-up Location: walking tour departs from the southwest corner of Raitt Hall (between Raitt and Savery Halls). To help us plan for the event and so that we can contact you in the event of any changes; we ask that all participants RSVP in advance. (Note: You will need to be logged into your @uw.edu account to access the RSVP survey.) Please RSVP here: RSVP Form All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSouthwest corner of Raitt HallNo222Lisa Nordlund206-715-5458nord@uw.edu UW Nutritional Sciences Program;
UW Football Game09/19/22 11:42 AM09/19/22 11:42 AMFri Sep 30; 1:30 pm–3:00 pmdraftThe Washington football team (3-0) wraps up its season-opening; four-game homestand this Saturday; as Stanford (1-1; 0-1 Pac-12) travels to Alaska Airlines Field at Husky Stadium for the UW's conference opener. The game will kick off at 7:30 p.m. and air on FS1 television. The Huskies are 3-0 after a win over then No. 11-Michigan State; which launched the Dawgs into the rankings for the first time this year. UW enters the week ranked No. 18 in the AP top 25 and No. 24 in the coaches' poll. Purchase your Dawg Pack ticket in advance for admission to the student section. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSouthwest corner of Raitt HallNo222;
UW Football vs. Stanford06/7/22 9:25 AM06/7/22 9:25 AMSat Sep 24; –draftJoin your classmates to see the Huskies take on the Stanford Cardinal in the Pac-12 opener on Saturday. Make sure to purchase your Dawg Pack Tickets in advance for admission!Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusNo21000Dani Graycdsmith7@uw.eduUniversity of Washington Intercollegiate Athletics;
UW GlobeMed Info Session09/1/22 2:40 PM09/1/22 2:40 PMThu Sep 29; 6:00 pm–7:00 pmpublishCome hangout with UW GlobeMed and learn more about our RSO! We are a student-run nonprofit focused on addressing health inequities; enacting locally-driven; sustainable solutions; and working with our partner MASS Odisha; a grassroots organization focused on sustainable development in the region of Odisha; India. MASS works to promote gender-balanced; culturally viable; and socio-economically feasible interventions in their community. If you are interested in joining our club; come check us out! We would love to see you there! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessHealth & Well-being; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 140No235Computer access; Projector/Screen; Grace Gordon360-719-0940graceoli@uw.eduGlobeMed at the University of Washington;
UW GlobeMed Kahoot Night!09/1/22 2:41 PM09/16/22 4:10 PMFri Sep 30; 6:00 pm–7:00 pmpublishJoin GlobeMed at UW for a global health and general trivia night! Winners will receive $10 gift cards to select BIPOC establishments on the Ave! GlobeMed aims to mobilize a community of students and grassroots leaders to work together to improve the health of people around the world. Come get to know us; test your knowledge; and win some prizes! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 120No245Computer access; Projector/Screen; Grace Gordon3607190940graceoli@uw.eduGlobeMed at the University of Washington;
UW Husky Hosts08/2/22 2:16 PM08/2/22 2:16 PMFri Sep 30; 6:00 pm–7:00 pmdraftIn-personOn-campusSmith Hall 120245Computer access; Projector/Screen; Grace Gordon3607190940graceoli@uw.edu
UW Intramurals – Lawn Games08/30/22 2:06 PM08/30/22 2:06 PMFri Sep 30; 1:00 pm–5:00 pmpublishCome play games for FREE with UW Intramurals. Individuals or teams of 2 can play against others in a variety of games including Spikeball; Cornhole; Kan Jam; and Bocce Ball. Games are available on first come first serve; registration is not required. Location: Denny Field Dates/Times: Tue. 9/27; Wed. 9/28 Thu. 9/29 & Fri. 9/30 from 1:00pm – 5:00pm Contact Info: UW Intramurals at recim@uw.edu All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Vaccination Policy and the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusDenny FieldYes50Katie Carroll206-543-9433kec1991@uw.eduUW Recreation - UW Intramurals;
UW Junoon Bollywood Fusion Workshop07/13/22 9:18 AM09/7/22 2:33 PMMon Sep 26; 12:00 pm–1:30 pmpublishUW Junoon; the newest Bollywood dance team on campus; is hosting a Bollywood fusion dance workshop. Come out and dance with us to a hype song and get some more info on our audition process for our competition team this year. Looking forward to seeing you! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 145No550Adithi Mahankali9712547812apm28@uw.eduUW Junoon;
UW Kahaani Bollywood Dance Workshop05/10/22 12:25 PM05/10/22 12:25 PMMon Sep 26; 12:00 pm–1:30 pmdraftIn-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 145550Adithi Mahankali9712547812apm28@uw.edu
UW Kahaani Bollywood Dance Workshop05/10/22 12:23 PM05/10/22 12:23 PMMon Sep 26; 12:00 pm–1:30 pmdraftIn-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 145550Adithi Mahankali9712547812apm28@uw.edu
UW Kahaani Bollywood Dance Workshop07/5/22 11:08 AM09/19/22 11:14 AMTue Sep 27; 2:30 pm–4:30 pmpublishUW Kahaani is the school's premiere Bollywood fusion dance team. We compete around the nation through a circuit called the Desi Dance Network. Come through and learn a fun dance piece with us. No experience necessary. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 250No540Pranav Vasan4794021716pvasan@uw.eduUW Kahaani;
UW Lutherans Open House08/1/22 3:55 PM09/7/22 12:53 PMThu Sep 29; 4:00 pm–6:00 pmpublishCome meet the people of UW Lutherans and see our meeting space! Drop by anytime between 4-6 pm to meet other progressive Christians; do a fun activity; and get free stuff! All are welcome regardless of beliefs; religious affiliation; gender; race; sexual orientation; and age. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo5Pastor Chelsea Globe2064843611pastor@uwlutherans.orgLutheran Campus Ministry @ UW;
UW Progressive Organizing Mixer08/5/22 8:53 AM09/18/22 11:07 PMThu Sep 29; 4:30 pm–6:00 pmpublishCome meet the biggest organizing groups on campus! Join Students for a Democratic Society; Institutional Climate Action; SUPER UW; Black Student Union; Students for Sensible Drug Policy; United Students Against Sweatshops; Trans Collective at UW; Huskies for Neurodiversity; and more! Spend some time enjoying a snack and hearing what organizing is happening on campus. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 214No580Projector/Screen; Whiteboard; Nathan Mitchell4256280497nathanm3@uw.eduHuskies for Neurodiversity; Huskies for Neurodiversity; Huskies for Neurodiversity; Huskies for Neurodiversity; Huskies for Neurodiversity; Huskies for Neurodiversity; Huskies for Neurodiversity; Huskies for Neurodiversity;
UW Raas workshop09/1/22 9:50 AM09/6/22 11:55 AMMon Sep 26; 2:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishUW Raas is the University of Washington’s premiere Garba-Raas fusion competitive dance team. Our dance style combines traditional Gujarati folk elements with high-intensity; fast-paced choreography and a theatrical production that; together; create an exciting and unique performance for audiences of all types to enjoy! Come for our workshop to try out our dance style and meet the team! No dance experience required :) All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 105No540Aditi Subramanyam4254350564ddawgs@uw.eduRaas at UW;
UW Seattle Art and Architecture Tour08/15/22 10:15 AM09/6/22 4:44 PMFri Sep 23; 11:00 am–12:00 pmpublishAre you curious about the gorgeous architecture of our UW Seattle campus? We’ll marvel at the beauty of French Renaissance Revival (Denny Hall); then we’ll compare the medieval charm of Collegiate Gothic (Suzzallo and Savery) with French cathedrals and Oxford University. Our group will explore the richness of Beaux-Arts Neo-Classicism (Architecture Hall) and the brutal concrete of Brutalism (Kane Hall). To cap off this exciting tour we’ll examine the Suzzallo façade sculptures and the Quad gargoyles. The tour will meet outside the north entrance to Mary Gates Hall; directly south of Suzzallo. Arrive early; we leave promptly at 11:00 am. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall North EntranceNo580mark ondrake2064465600mo6@uw.eduDawg Daze;
UWFA Info Session and Mixer07/26/22 11:15 AM08/31/22 7:52 AMTue Sep 27; 5:30 pm–6:30 pmpublishJoin the UWFA (UW Finance Association) for an info session and social mixer all in one! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunMeet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusPaccar Hall 292No530Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Whiteboard; Brittany Do2065126528brittanywdo@gmail.comUW Finance Association;
UWild in the PNW08/30/22 2:03 PM09/7/22 1:48 PMThu Sep 29; 4:00 pm–5:00 pmpublishAn Overview of Washington From Recreation to Rainier! Washington is home to many diverse landscapes and abundant recreation opportunities. From rock climbing and mountaineering in the "The American Alps"; to kayaking in the San Juan Islands; to camping and hiking in the rainforests of the Olympic Peninsula; and fun; casual boating around Lake Washington. We’ll discuss our favorite trails; possible climbing destinations; and have time to answer your outdoor adventure questions. We will also include an overview of classes and other opportunities at UWild Crags Climbing Center; our UWild field programs; and the on-campus offerings available through our Waterfront Activities Center and Gear Garage. Open Q & A to follow the presentation! Date: Thursday; September 29 Time: 4:00-5:00pm Location: IMA Lounge Contact Info: Jeremy Cox - jermync@uw.edu ; Jason Creighton - jason600@uw.edu All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Vaccination Policy and the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusUW IMA LoungeNo50Jeremy Cox206-616-7229jeremync@uw.eduUW Recreation - UWild;
Vinyasa Yoga at the IMA08/30/22 2:02 PM09/6/22 4:22 PMFri Sep 23; 7:00 pm–8:00 pmpublishVisit the IMA to participate in a free Vinyasa Yoga class! A more dynamic heat-building practice that synchronizes movement with breath. This class utilizes progressive and creative sequencing to build toward a peak pose that enlivens your body; mind; and heart. Benefits: cultivate physical strength; cardiovascular health; mindful awareness; and a greater sense of overall wellbeing. Date: Friday; September 23 Time: 7:00–8:00pm Location: IMA Studio 316 Contact Info: Jeff Palmer - jpalmer8@uw.edu All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Vaccination Policy and the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. Just for FunHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusIMA Building; Studio 316No50Jeff Palmer2065431717jpalmer8@uw.eduUW Recreation - Fitness/Wellness;
Virtual Financial Reality Fair09/26/22 3:54 PM09/26/22 3:58 PMThu Sep 29; 3:00 pm–4:30 pmpublishThrough a fun; interactive simulation; students gain real-world financial planning; saving; and budgeting skills. Learn to manage expenses while making spending decisions about transportation; housing; entertainment; and more. Course Objectives: • Learn how to make realistic financial choices • Understand the basics of planning; savings; and budgeting • Know the difference between a “need” and a “want” Academic SuccessPersonal Identity Development; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://becu.zoom.us/j/97287658251?pwd=ZjE2S2Y5SUpSL0JyL0pLV2pmcWNqZz09No5Julie Berry484-919-7756jberry3@uw.eduBECU;
Virtual Fraternity Information Session08/31/22 9:56 AM09/12/22 9:48 AMSun Sep 25; 6:30 pm–7:30 pmpublishCome learn about Fraternity life and recruitment here at UW! Find your community! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/94093727119No5Brett Roper2063038097ifcjoin@uw.eduInterFraternity Council;
Volleyball Game (UW vs WSU)09/20/22 4:08 PM09/20/22 4:09 PMWed Sep 21; 6:00 pm–9:00 pmpublishJoin us for the UW Volleyball team's game against WSU! You can purchase tickets here: Tickets All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusAlaska Airlines ArenaNo50Scott Testerstester@pac-12sales.comstester@pac-12sales.comAthletics Department;
Waltzing with Sayaw Filipino Folk Dance Troupe!09/1/22 3:56 PM09/1/22 3:56 PMFri Sep 30; 4:00 pm–5:00 pmpublishCome and join the Sayaw Filipino Folk Dance Troupe to learn a sequence of waltzes used in many of our dances! Sayaw Filipino Folk Dance Troupe is a student-based performing arts dance group of the Filipino American Student Association at the University of Washington. Taking the name from a Filipino word meaning "dance;" Sayaw shares and celebrates the stories of the rich heritage and culture of the Philippines through the artistic expression of dance. While striving to give Filipino Americans the opportunity to gain knowledge and awareness of their cultural heritage; Sayaw has also grown into a great community resource to learn and appreciate traditional Filipino culture; art; folklore; and history. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Just for FunPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 250No571Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Jessica Gonzaga2532927406sayaw.fasa.uw@gmail.comFilipino American Student Association at the University of Washington;
WashPIRG Social!08/4/22 9:54 AM09/7/22 12:50 PMThu Sep 22; 2:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishCraft a recycled t-shirt tote; meet new friends; and get to know more about activism on campus. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 131No530Computer access; Projector/Screen; Overhead Projector; Hallie Masten3364865125hallmast@uw.eduWashPIRG;
Weeb Nation/Anime Discovery Project Anime Movie Screening08/31/22 1:06 PM09/19/22 6:26 PMFri Sep 23; 1:30 pm–4:30 pmpublishJoin us for a fun anime-filled afternoon with Weeb Nation UW and Anime Discovery Project! We'll be playing ice breaker games; watching Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms (さよならの朝に約束の花をかざろう); and everyone who attends will be entered in a raffle to win prizes! Whether you're a casual fan or hardcore otaku; come and meet fellow Huskies and learn more about what our clubs do! Please bring proof of vaccination and we strongly recommend wearing a mask to protect everyone at the event. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 332No5100Monica Chan206-474-8011yukairu@uw.eduAnime Discovery Project; Anime Discovery Project;
WEGET MAGAZINE info session & SALE09/19/22 9:54 PM09/19/22 9:54 PMThu Sep 29; –pendingWEGET MAGAZINE will hold this event to have the info session for autumn application and new huskies on The Quad or red square. Besides; we will sell our products including magazine; city guide; and post cards. What’s more; we will hold a homecoming liveshow on Sep 30th in intellectual house; so we will sell tickets during this event. Welcome to our event to know more about WEGET!Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campus50Kaidi Chen2063765186kaidic@uw.eduWEGET MAGAZINE;
WEGET MAGAZINE orientation09/19/22 9:37 PM09/19/22 9:37 PMThu Sep 29; –draftIn-personOn-campus50Kaidi Chen2063765186kaidic@uw.edu
Welcome Shabbat For Jewish Huskies09/1/22 10:54 AM09/6/22 11:47 AMFri Sep 30; 6:30 pm–8:00 pmpublishTurn Friday night into Shabbat by joining Chabad UW for a free delicious; homemade; 4-course dinner. Hot food! Cool people! Open to all Jewish Huskies! MUST REGISTER: Text WELCOME SHABBAT to 206-401-7708 Follow @CHABADUW on Instagram for event updates! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHusky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOff-campusNo5Rabbi Mendel Weingarten(206) 501-9159rabbi@jewishuw.comUW Chabad;
Welcome to Political Science with PSA08/17/22 10:55 AM09/28/22 4:40 PMThu Sep 29; 6:00 pm–7:00 pmpublishAre you enrolled in a political science course? Wondering what exactly we do in the political science department? Considering majoring in this expansive field? Then join UW's student-led political science honor society; Pi Sigma Alpha Nu; for an introduction to all of the ins and outs of the department. We'll go over what to expect when taking political science classes; the many exciting research and internship opportunities the department offers; and how to find a community of like-minded students. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; Transfer students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 162No525Computer access; Projector/Screen; Saghar Amini(425) 628-4347saminii@uw.eduPi Sigma Alpha; Chapter Nu;
Welcome to the Middle Eastern Student Commission of the ASUW!09/8/22 4:33 PM09/8/22 4:36 PMThu Sep 22; 10:30 am–11:30 ampublishAre you; as a Middle Eastern student; looking to find your community at UW? Yalla; join the director of the Middle Eastern Student Commission of the ASUW and you just might! You will be able to meet and connect with other new Middle Eastern students as well as learn more about the MESC and opportunities to get involved during your college experience. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSav 131No520Computer access; Projector/Screen; Whiteboard; Lubna Hassanain2063496710asuwmesc@uw.eduMiddle Eastern Student Commission; Associated Students of the University of Washington (MESC ASUW);
Welcome to the UW Libraries: Online Orientation08/30/22 2:12 PM09/6/22 4:21 PMMon Sep 26; 11:00 am–12:00 pmpublishAttend our virtual library orientation for all students to find out how the UW Libraries can help you succeed at UW. We’ll show you how to connect online; find course materials; start your own research; and more! In addition; you’ll have a chance to meet other students and ask any questions you might have. Student attendees will be entered into a drawing for a $20 e-gift card. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Vaccination Policy and the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/j/99962776577No5Linda Whang206-729-0459lcwhang@uw.eduUW Libraries;
Welcome to the UW School of Art; Art History and Design05/27/22 1:45 PM09/1/22 1:27 PMMon Sep 26; 10:00 am–11:30 ampublishJoin us in the Art Building courtyard for free goodies and snacks! We look forward to meeting new huskies and welcoming everyone back. Learn more about our programs and ways to get involved in the UW Arts community. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessHusky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusArt Building Entrance No580Liz Copland206-446-8191enc5@uw.eduUW School of Art; Art History and Design;
Wellness at the UW07/27/22 4:15 PM09/7/22 2:03 PMTue Sep 27; 1:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishWelcome to the UW. We know that you will be challenged academically at UW and want you to know there are several resources to help you along the way. Wellness means taking care of your mind; your body; and other components of life. We want to share with you the many resources that are available to you and others at UW. Come join for goodies; meet some therapy dogs; participate in outdoor wellness activities; and learn more about what UW has to offer for Wellness. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusRed SquareYes40Jen Nguyen3036385565jenquan8@uw.eduUW Counseling Center;
WGA Valorant In-Person 5v5 Games08/10/22 10:52 PM08/10/22 10:52 PMMon Sep 26; –pendingWGA Valorant would like to host in-person 5v5 custom Valorant games in the Esports Lounge at the HUB. The plan is to have 10-20 computers available for participants to come in and play against each other and win small valorant-themed prizes. Games will be organized by WGA Valorant staff and the event will provide a space for students to meet each other and play amongst one another.Just for FunMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusNo440Computer access; Michael Gov360-702-9556mgov@uw.eduWGA Valorant;
What Do Employers Care About When Hiring College Graduates?08/16/22 2:50 PM09/12/22 10:53 AMMon Sep 26; 11:00 am–12:00 pmpublishThe #1 reason students come to college is to get a better job. What many students don’t understand; however; is that simply earning a degree is not typically sufficient for career success. Additionally; many rely on outdated information and inaccurate advice from family; friends; social media and the like when making critical decisions about how to spend their time and build their marketability for career positions. In this session we’ll share findings from national surveys about what employment recruiters look for when hiring new college graduates. While some of it may be old news to you; some of it may surprise you! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Career ExplorationInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__Va7GU2fSxyuh56KBvi1Xg4Luis Santiago4252807215lsanti@uw.eduCareer & Internship Center;
What in the World is FIUTS? Make friends across cultures.08/11/22 3:36 PM09/6/22 4:45 PMTue Sep 27; 10:30 am–11:30 ampublishDo you want to make friends from around the world? Do you want to explore the Puget Sound area and attend cool community events? Want to visit Mt Rainier or go to a pumpkin patch; but don't have a car? You can do all this and more by participating in FIUTS programs. Come to this info session to learn how to get involved. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSmith Hall 305No439Computer access; Projector/Screen; Alex Radi206-412-8937alex@fiuts.orgFIUTS;
What is Inclusive Christianity?08/3/22 12:16 PM09/7/22 12:50 PMTue Sep 27; 2:00 pm–3:00 pmpublishCurious about how you can be a faithful Christian AND inclusive/progressive/liberal? It is possible! Drop in for an informational session with Lutheran Campus Ministry at UW; aka UW Lutherans; to find out more and explore our club! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedPersonal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusHusky Union Building 238No40Pastor Chelsea Globe2064843611pastor@uwlutherans.orgLutheran Campus Ministry @ UW;
What is Speech and Hearing Sciences? The unknown major.09/12/22 12:46 PM09/13/22 1:42 PMMon Sep 26; 2:30 pm–3:30 pmpublishCome learn more about the fascinating world of speech; language and hearing - we are okay being the best unknown major. The Speech and Hearing Sciences Major leads to a Bachelor of Science. SPHSC is committed to the science of communication! Our research and our courses address the fundamental aspects of communication—hearing; speech; and language—as well as the causes and treatment of disorders such as childhood speech sound disorders; aphasia; stuttering; voice disorders; and hearing loss. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Career ExplorationInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusEagleson Hall Room 154No40Gabrielle Gruber4252879434gruber@uw.eduSpeech and Hearing Sciences;
Women in Science Mixer06/13/22 4:17 PM09/19/22 11:16 AMTue Sep 27; 1:00 pm–2:00 pmpublishJoin Women in Science Society to connect with other female-identifying students in your classes before the first day! We will help you form study groups and share our top tips for surviving the introductory courses. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 251No425Abby Miranda3034895830amiran2@uw.eduWomen in Science Society UW Chapter;
Worship Night with Resonate Church09/19/22 3:43 PM09/19/22 3:43 PMTue Sep 27; 7:30 pm–9:00 pmpublishCome spend some time with us in worship and prayer! Whether you’re looking for a church on campus; or you’re already connected but want to worship with other believers; come join! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; 1st-year students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusMary Gates Hall 389No4100Hanna Michaelis5099197556hrm02@uw.eduResonate Church Community;
Writing Center Open House!07/19/22 4:50 PM08/30/22 12:36 PMThu Sep 29; 2:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishCome and check out UW's flagship center for writing support! OWRC's peer tutors will be available to answer any questions about our extensive services and even walk you through signing up for an appointment. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusOdegaard Library Room 121No475Jesse Webster6099753114jw927@uw.eduThe Odegaard Writing and Research Center;
YDUW Picnic in Sylvan Grove08/18/22 9:50 AM09/6/22 4:32 PMMon Sep 26; 2:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishWant to meet new people? Have a fun picnic outdoors? Explore the public parks of Seattle? Come to Sylvan Grove with the Young Democrats at the University of Washington! We will be getting to know each other; enjoy some *free* snacks; and talking about our club goals. Get involved in your local politics and make your voice heard. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSylvan GroveNo422Megan Matti 530-227-7076mmatti3@uw.eduYoung Democrats at the University of Washington ;
YDUW Trivia Night08/18/22 9:51 AM09/6/22 4:30 PMTue Sep 27; 7:00 pm–8:00 pmpublishCome meet the members of the Young Democrats of Washington and join us for a fun game of trivia. Food will be provided! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedMeet a New Friend; Info Session; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 264430Computer access; Projector/Screen; Megan Matti (530)227-7076mmatti3@uw.eduYoung Democrats of the University of Washington ;
Yes You Can! Study Abroad Without Breaking the Bank08/22/22 9:55 AM09/6/22 4:26 PMFri Sep 23; 12:30 pm–1:30 pmpublishIf you think study abroad is financially out of reach; think again. This session will prove to you that it can be done. It will cover scholarships you will want to know about; an overview of how financial aid and scholarships work together to lower costs; ensure you are aware of important deadlines; and connect you with the support you need to get your questions answered and get started. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Vaccination Policy and the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusSavery Hall 264Yes155Kiana Parker206-351-6499kmparker@uw.eduKiana Parker;
Yes You Can! Study Abroad Without Breaking the Bank08/22/22 9:50 AM09/6/22 4:26 PMWed Sep 21; 3:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishIf you think study abroad is financially out of reach; think again. This session will prove to you that it can be done. It will cover scholarships you will want to know about; an overview of how financial aid and scholarships work together to lower costs; ensure you are aware of important deadlines; and connect you with the support you need to get your questions answered and get started. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Vaccination Policy and the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Academic SuccessInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Virtualhttps://washington.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJApceqtqz8uHdfOQBwTeqlHDbvj1Wo5BaAxNo1Kiana Parker206-351-6499kmparker@uw.eduKiana Parker;
Yoga with the WholeU at the UW Farm09/12/22 4:35 PM09/12/22 4:35 PMThu Sep 22; 4:30 pm–5:30 pmpublishJoin the Whole U and yoga instructor Diana Ratsamee for an all levels Yoga class at the UW Farm at the Center For Urban Horticulture! Explore the natural beauty of the UW Farm at the Center for Urban Horticulture while flowing through mindful movements. During our class; we will move through an all levels flow; utilizing progressive sequencing to build towards a peak pose that enlivens your body; mind; and spirit. Afterwards; take a tour of the unique campus farm and learn how growing food is possible in urban settings! The UW Farm has kindly offered attendees fall seeds to take home for their own gardens. Join your community in movement and come see this incredible farm and volunteers who run it! Some experience with yoga is recommended but not required. Please bring a yoga mat and water. About the instructor Diana Ratsamee is a yoga teacher; meditation guide; wellness program developer; travel guide; backpacker and story teller. My mission is inspired by the simple philosophy: connect I aim to help people connect back to themselves so that they may in turn; connect to the world around them. I am incredibly excited to be working with this team and look forward to more bringing engaging; inspiring; and nourishing programming to our community. Thank you to BECU and AT&T for sponsoring The Whole U and making events like this possible! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/Get ConnectedHealth & Well-being; Husky Spirit & Tradition; Personal Identity Development; Meet a New Friend; Info Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusUW Farm at the Center No1100DIANA RATSAMEE2065504169ratsad@uw.eduWholeU; WholeU;
🌊 Explore the deep sea with Nautilus Live + UWROV09/2/22 2:41 PM09/20/22 11:27 PMSat Sep 24; 12:00 pm–2:00 pmpublishJoin UWROV from 12-2PM for a live Q&A with the scientists and engineers of Nautilus Live; a network of ocean explorers who use underwater robots to livestream deep-sea exploration! We'll be talking about ocean technology; science communication; and exciting discoveries from the deep. All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; Hybridhttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/86108477314?pwd=YlQ2VFNvbUZXVVpOMmE1aW5MUHhJQT09On-campusMary Gates Hall 228No1100Computer access; Projector/Screen; Jaden Wang4253942601wang4@uw.eduUnderwater Remotely Operated Vehicles (UWROV);
🌊 Meet the Robot09/2/22 2:48 PM09/20/22 11:27 PMMon Sep 26; 2:00 pm–4:00 pmpublishJoin UWROV from 2-4PM to see our underwater robot (ROV) in action! Our most recent ROV; ‘Barreleye’; placed 2nd at the 2022 MATE ROV World Competition. Come chat with us to learn more about our ROV and RSO; as well as how you can get involved! All event attendees; staff; and volunteers are required to follow the UW Face Covering Policy; and to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms. You can view all policies on our website. https://fyp.washington.edu/covidprevention/ Get ConnectedInfo Session; 1st-year students; 2nd-year students; First-generation students; Transfer students; International students; All undergraduate students; In-personOn-campusOcean Sciences Building (Saltwater Tank)No1100Jaden Wang4253942601wang4@uw.eduUnderwater Remotely Operated Vehicles (UWROV);