ECE Advising Blog


September 30, 2022

Welcome to the new Academic Year

Dear UW ECE Community,   It is the beginning of a new academic year! I hope you all had a wonderful summer. I am very happy to see everyone back on campus today, and to welcome all of our new students! I am filled with optimism that this will be a wonderful year for our Department.    I am particularly excited…

August 3, 2022

Seattle Times: How many WA residents are immigrants or have at least one parent who is

For nearly one-third of Washingtonians, immigration is not just a political issue — it’s also personal. That’s because in 2021, nearly 2.3 million Washington residents — 30% of the state’s population — were immigrants themselves, or had at least one parent who is an immigrant, according to new data from the Current Population Survey, a…

March 16, 2022

Distributing Student Experiences in Engineering Online Classes Survey

Hi Dr. Klavins, My name is Rachel Figard, and I am a Ph.D. student in the Engineering Education Systems and Design program at Arizona State University. I am contacting you for assistance in distributing a research survey to students in your department. Currently, I am conducting a research study to examine engineering students with disabilities’…

January 4, 2022

Colloquium Speaker: Qinwen Fan, Delft University – 2/15, 10:30 a.m.

Speaker: Qinwen Fan, Delft University Title: High-switching-frequency class D audio amplifiers Date/Time: Tuesday, February 15, 10:30 a.m. (PT) Zoom link: Password: 02152022 Abstract & Bio:

December 15, 2021

Nominate a woman for a 2022 Seattle AWIS award! – submit by 1/7

Show your thanks and support for outstanding Washington women in science, technology, engineering and math!           Nominate a woman for one of the               2022 Seattle AWIS Awards!  The 2022 Seattle Association for Women in Science (AWIS) Award Categories are                     »  Science or Technology Advancement and Leadership                     »  Early Career Achievement in…

August 18, 2021

NSF Invention to Impact Webinar

Watch the June 2021 ‘Invention to Impact’ webinar hosted by Dr. Andrea Belz, who discusses the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) central role in accelerating the growth of startups, the national innovation ecosystem, and available funding opportunities.

June 30, 2021

Message to graduate community about new international travel rules

Dear graduate students, faculty, and advisors, On June 3 the Provost approved revised rules for official UW international travel.  These new rules affect international graduate student travel (research, fieldwork, conference attendance, etc.) for all travel after September 10, 2021. After September 10th, graduate students can more easily travel, depending on their destination’s Department of State (DoS)…

March 30, 2021

Colloquium speaker: Maryam Kamgarpour, University of British Columbia – 4/20, 10:30 a.m.

We hope you can join us for our second Colloquium speaker for the quarter Tuesday, April 20 with Professor Maryam Kamgarpour from the University of British Columbia. Speaker: Professor Maryam Kamgarpour – University of British Columbia  Title: Learning in multi-agent systems Date/Time: Tuesday, April 20, 10:30 a.m. (PDT) Abstract & Bio: Link: Zoom Password: 04202021 Abstract A rising challenge in control…

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 10, 2021

Women in history Month: IF/THEN Collection

NGCP collaborated with Lyda Hill Philanthropies to develop the IF/THEN Collection. Launched in July 2020, this digital asset library of Women STEM innovators includes hundreds of videos, photos, and activities – all free for educational and noncommercial use. The Collection continues to grow. Most recently, we’ve added new videos from the second season of Mission…

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