ECE Advising Blog


April 27, 2022

Summer 2022: NEW COURSE – EE 299: Making Breaking & Hacking Stuff


Summer 2022: EE 399: Intro to C Programming

Summer 2022 Course: EE 399 – Introduction to C Programming (3 credits) (SLN 11192) Interested in learning about C programming? Then EE 399 – Introduction to C Programming could be for you! This is a special topics class being taught this summer quarter (MWF 1:10 to 2:20). See below for more details. PREREQUISITE: CSE 143…


Geography & Data Science Talk this Friday, April 29th hosted by EverybodyHacks

Join us this Friday, April 29th for our fourth and final panel of this year’s Interdisciplinary Panel Series! About EverybodyHacks… EverybodyHacks is UW’s newest interdisciplinary hackathon, organized and hosted by GeoDat, the Society for Geography & Data Science at UW. Our hackathon was created for students of all majors. We welcome projects ranging from app…


April 26, 2022

Bioengineers without Borders — Meeting for New Members — Friday 4/29/22, 6-7pm

Hello UW students! The Bioengineers without Borders RSO is having a meeting This Friday (April 29th) for any students looking to get involved in hands-on projects related to Bioengineering at UW! This meeting is being held in-person in the Foege Bioengineering building (Room N130) from 6-7pm. No experience is required! If you are interested in gaining some experience with the…


April 20, 2022

[Mathacrosscampus] MAC is Back! Tadashi Tokieda (Stanford), 4/22, 330pm Advising/Stephanie For the Weekly

Dear Math Across Campus Community, We are delighted to have our first in-person MAC talk in 2 years, given by the amazing Tadashi Tokieda from Stanford University, at 3:30pm on Friday, 4/22, in PAA 110. Please circulate this email and the attached poster widely to your networks! Title: A world from a sheet of paper…


April 1, 2022

H2neo R and D Project Recruitment

Looking for ways to get involved with medical research projects or ways to apply your ECE skills? h2neo a project tackling the issue of addressing the lack of neonatal dehydration treatment in resource-limited clinical settings. The issue of high neonatal mortality rates is a preventable issue with the right equipment, and we want every baby…


UW Design Build Fly – Competition Plane Unveiling: 4/16, 11:15 a.m.

Come see the culmination of Design Build Fly UW’s yearlong efforts to develop a high-performance aircraft at our official unveiling event. All are welcome! Engineered from the ground up, our vehicle is optimized for all three missions within the Design-Build-Fly competition! We have been working hard since September to craft our competition vehicle, and we…


March 21, 2022

NWESS 2022 Registration is OPEN

See our great website! – https://nwess.ece.uw.edu/ Registration OPEN at NWESS 2022 : vTools Events (ieee.org)!  We currently have 50 participants and growing!  Come join the discussion on “Transforming the Northwest Energy System!” Registration is: FREE for Undergraduate students. $125 for IEEE members $150 for non-members Hear from the General Managers of the I-5 public utilities!  Debra Smith, John Haarlow and Chris…


March 18, 2022

Husky Robotics Recruitment – Looking for students interested in Instrumentation

Would you like to prove the existence of life on Mars? The Instrumentation subsystem of Husky Robotics is an interdisciplinary science and engineering team working to do just that on a Mars rover! Each year we design and build a soil and atmospheric analysis system to look for signs of life on an extraterrestrial planet…


ERCOT’s Joe Weatherly Scholarship 2022 – apply by 4/22

The ERCOT Engineer Development Program is proud to announce the Joe Weatherly Scholarship has opened for 2022. This $1,000 scholarship is funded by ERCOT employees and is awarded annually to a student pursuing a degree in electrical engineering, preferably with a focus on power systems. Both undergraduate and master’s students who are either a US…



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