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October 26, 2023

SEFS: Guided Campus Tree Tour and SER sites! – 10/28, 12:00 p.m.

Hello SEFS Community! Interested in taking some time to enjoy the autumnal leaf display?! This coming Saturday the 28th of October there will be a guided campus tree tour highlighting some of the best and brightest of the deciduous trees of campus. The tour will depart from the Husky Statue in front of the West Entrance…


October 11, 2023

2023 University of Washington New Student Convocation

For those that want to remember, are curious, or missed the event below are links to spots of the 2023 University of Washington New Studnet Convocation.  Noted highlights are Ed Taylor’s speech and Joseph Jane’s informative talk on our symbols. Of course, don’t miss the COE Dean and Grad School!  0:00 Full video start  15:00…


September 20, 2023

Seattle: Tree Walks for Autumn Colors

Trees for Seattle, the umbrella program for the city of Seattle’s urban forestry efforts, kicked off about a decade ago, connecting residents with the trees around where they live, work and play. On the Tree Walks website, there are more than 70 printable PDF guides, complete with maps, photos of trees for easy identification, plus facts, stories…


August 29, 2023

PNNL: Eastern WA National Lab Interns Contribute to Energy, Security, Scientific Discovery

From https://www.pnnl.gov/internships. If you are a high school, undergraduate or graduate student, PNNL offers a wide range of internships in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) and business fields. Internships can be completed either during the summer or during the academic year. As a PNNL intern, you can work in a laboratory alongside experienced researchers…


July 27, 2023

PNNL: Research Internship Article

This year, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) broke its record for the number of students and research associates hosted through internship and fellowship programs. More than 1,600 interns joined PNNL from colleges and universities across the country and internationally to learn from the experience of working at a national laboratory, alongside experienced researchers leading scientific discovery and…


July 13, 2023

GSA: Making the most of your Summer

Happy summer! Whether you are working in a job off or on campus, enrolled in courses, or developing your capstone or research project, below are activities that can help you make the most of your experience as a graduate student and as a whole person. Dedicate time to rest and have fun. We acknowledge that…


July 11, 2023

HFS: Eating on Campus this Summer (Where to find All You Can Eat)

West campus locations District Market, Alder Hall Husky Grind Café in District Market, Alder Hall Husky Grind Café, Mercer Court Local Point, Lander Hall Pagliacci Pizza in Local Point, Lander Hall North campus locations Center Table, Willow Hall Center Table is excited to offer All-You-Care-To-Eat dining this summer, including special pricing for our guests. Denny Café, Oak…


July 10, 2023

Redmond, WA: Derby Days – 7/14 & 7/15

This free summer event, rooted historically in friendly competition, features bike races, local food vendors, parades, live music, craft vendors, carnival rides, a drone light show, and more. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to celebrate with the community on July 14 and 15 at the City Hall Campus.  More Information 


July 6, 2023

Sharece’s Summer in Seattle Recommendations

The Assistant Director of International Student Advising was leaving UW. Before she left, we wanted to share a few recommendations for summer in Seattle! Ballard Seafood Fest While living in Seattle, you’ve got to try seafood and there’s no cooler neighborhood than Ballard to try some! Pike Place Market I’m obsessed with with Pike Place….


June 29, 2023

Go see a Cool Museum!

Here’s a collection of low-cost and free Museums to take in what cool in Seattle. Check the link for current price, hours and events at each.  Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture – *UW Student (Limit 1 per Husky card holder) and Free admission 1st Thursday of every month The Burke Museum, the oldest…



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