UW Environmental Innovation Challenge-Panel of Past Participants “Preparing for the EIC!”

UW Environmental Innovation Challenge
Panel of Past EIC Participants
Wednesday January 23, 5:30-7pm

Dempsey Hall 211 (Herbold Innovation Lab)Learn what it takes to win the EIC. Past participants will share thoughts on identifying market opportunity, putting together a winning team, and things they wish they’d done differently. Pizza will be provided.
EIC Intent to Submit
Deadline: Sunday February 3
Preliminary team information is due on February 3. Intent to Submit form will be available on soon.
See the calendar of all EIC deliverables.

UW Environmental Innovation Challenge
April 4, 2013

If you’ve got a passion for cleantech and the desire to make an impact, the UW Environmental Innovation Challengeis for you. In the EIC, interdisciplinary student teams define an environmental problem, design a solution, produce a prototype, and create a business summary that demonstrates market opportunity and the potential for impact. Prize money is available! $10,000 Grand Prize, $5,000 Second Prize, three $2,500 Best Idea Prizes. Learn more.

Pam Tufts,Assistant Director
Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship
UW Foster School of Business, Dempsey Hall 227

PS. Have you heard?! CIE is now the Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship.

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Supporting UW Student Veterans

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Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the Career Center, Husky United Military Veterans (HUMV), and the Veteran’s Center, please join us for a Student Veteran Panel where you will learn how to best support our student veterans.

Thursday, Janurary 24
3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
HUB 250

You will hear from student veterans, Tim Wold, Director of the UW Veteran’s Center, and guest speaker, Robert Stacey, Interim Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. This event is a golden opportunity to hear directly from student veterans, receive information on valuable campus resources, and establish relationships within the student veteran community at UW.

The transition from active deployment to civilian life is one that many soldiers look forward to, but one that often proves to be more challenging than expected. Soldiers may feel that they are returning to an unfamiliar environment or that exposure to the sights and sounds of war have left them a changed person. Even troops who have not been exposed to such traumatic events have typically experienced the cumulative stresses of living in harsh environments, separation from loved ones and deferring other life ambitions. As more and more student veterans join the UW, how can we best support them in and out of the classroom? Join us as we work towards answering this question and other related questions.

Registration is not required. Please help us get the word out by sharing this presentation with your colleagues.

For additional information or questions please contact:

Susan Terry, Director
(206) 616-8140

The Career Center
University of Washington
main: (206) 543-0535 fax: (206) 616-4863
134 Mary Gates Hall * Box 352810 * Seattle, WA 98195


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MLK Day Volunteer Opportunity

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A Day of Service, A Day of Community
January 21, 2013

United Way MLK Jr Day

Please join GO-MAP and GPSS for the 2013 MLK Day of Service! Volunteer, observe and celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with current students, alumni, faculty and staff at a community service project organized in partnership with United Way of King County and the Northwest African American Museum (NAAM).

Sign up to join one of the three GO-MAP/GPSS service-teams – space at each service site is limited!

Help Kids Reach Their College Dreams by Spreading the Word about the FAFSA!
10 a.m.–1 p.m.
Highline area, meet-up location TBA

Cannon House Assisted Living Facility — Painting
9 a.m.–3 p.m.
113 23rd Ave S., Seattle

Northwest African American Museum MLK & Inauguration Event
10 a.m.–1 p.m.
2300 South Massachusetts St., Seattle

Northwest African American Museum MLK & Inauguration Event
noon–3 p.m.
2300 South Massachusetts St., Seattle

Visit the gomap with questions.

We hope to see you on the 21st!

The GO-MAP Staff
Cynthia, Anthony, Krischanna, Christopher & Sophia


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