ECE Advising Blog


April 17, 2023

Did you miss the cherry blossoms?

Here’s a short timelapse of 2023’s flowers. 

February 2, 2023

GSA: Insights from the tenure-track faculty panels

Applying to tenure track positions. Faculty positions at research-intensive universities are typically posted in the fall, with positions starting in the fall of the following year. Consider applying to at least ten positions (but not too many) at various universities and colleges; it’s a lot of work to prepare and tailor application materials for each institution….

January 28, 2023

A History of Innovation: How Seattle Changed the World

SEATTLE — Ever wonder what the world would be like without planes, computer software and online shopping? Thanks to progressive Seattle innovators and change-makers, the world is a much better place to live, work and play. In the historical documentary “How Seattle Changed the World,” KOMO TV explores how the Northwest went from an afterthought to…

September 12, 2022

Migrating Salmon – mid June through October

Salmon migrate up the fish ladder at the Chittenden Locks in Ballard mid-June through October. Due to COVID-19 and maintenance, the fish viewing areas at the Chittenden Locks are currently closed. Check out this video to learn more about how salmon have historically and currently migrate through the Locks and continue upstream to spawn. Video:…

September 7, 2022

Seattle Night Market: Autumn Moon by Lusio Lights – 9/23-9/24

Seattle’s largest monthly Night Market returns to Magnuson Hangar 30 for two nights and a visual art experience by Lusio Lights benefitting the SLU Chamber. About this event Seattle Street Food Festival proudly presents Seattle’s largest indoor Night Market over two nights on Friday, Sept. 23, and Saturday, Sept. 24th celebrating the Autumn Moon Equinox…

ONLINE: What Laughter Tells Us: Asian Americans, Comedy, and Belonging – 9/8, 7:00 p.m.

Laughter shapes the way we listen to each other, and can be a signal of who belongs—and who doesn’t. While everyone finds different things funny, we all have experienced laughter. And what we find funny shapes how we interconnect. Through clips of Asian American stand-up comedians, Professor Michelle Liu explores how humor can change the…

May 20, 2021

Drama undergrad seeking student input on survey

Hi everyone! My name is Daisy Schreiber and I’m starting to work on a new script for a project! The concept is still pretty loose, but the general idea is college students turned superheroes from an elementary-school-spell finally kicking in. (Remember being seven years old and super weird and obsessed with magic and mixing gunk…

March 19, 2021

UW Spotlight: A larger, clearer window into the brain

Grant allows a multi-institutional team to see and access the brain like never before

March 17, 2021

Helpful behavior during pandemic tied to recognizing common humanity

During the COVID-19 pandemic, people who recognize the connections they share with others are more likely to wear a mask, follow health guidelines and help people, even at a potential cost to themselves, a new University of Washington study shows.

November 12, 2020

Call for UW Teaching Award Nominations

Dear Colleague, Have you had a transformative student learning experience?  Ever worked with an instructor who went above and beyond to support your student success?  Consider submitting a nomination for one or more of the following teaching awards. These awards are the highest teaching recognition given at the UW. Distinguished Teaching Award (for UW Seattle faculty…