Paid Internship Husky Neighborhood Interns


Could you please share the following position announcement with your students? We greatly appreciate it. Thank you.

Husky Neighborhood Internship

Want to improve the neighborhood North of 45th? Need some cash?

Consider applying to be a Husky Neighborhood Intern (HNI) for the 2013-2014 academic year. Interns work to improve public safety, promote civility and foster a greater sense of community for the students and permanent residents living north of campus.

• As a Husky Neighborhood Intern you will work on community projects such as neighborhood clean ups, provide information about navigating landlord-tenant relationships, building community relations and more.

• Each HNI will plan and lead specific projects during the academic year, collaborating with other HNI’s as needed. They will also play a supporting role for projects for fellow interns.

This position pays $10-12/hour with a maximum of 7 hours per week. To apply please send a resume, cover letter and list of references to jadraper Resume’s will be reviewed on a rolling basis and the position will remain open until filled. For a detail job description please email jadraper or higgie

Elizabeth Lewis
Community Standards and Student Conduct

Box 352231, Seattle, WA 98195-2231
Condon Hall Room 230
206-685-6194 office

HNI Job Description2013-2014.pdf


Course Announcement–GRDSCH 630: Teaching & Learning In Higher Education (Summer 2013)

Dear UW Teaching Community:

During Summer Term 2013, the Graduate School will offer GRDSCH 630: Teaching & Learning in Higher Education. This is a graduate seminar course focused on the exploration of tools and resources for teaching, and the development of a teaching portfolio.


GRDSCHL 630: Teaching & Learning in Higher Education

Summer 2013, Full Term

Gould 117

Wednesdays, 9:40-11:50


Co-instructors: Theresa Ronquillo & Karen Freisem, Instructional Consultants at the Center for Teaching and Learning

Students will be able to:

  • Plan and teach classes in ways that promote and assess student learning, including topics such as incorporating technology,teaching inclusively, and creating a community of learners in the classroom
  • Assess one’s own teaching and planning for future development as a teacher
  • Develop a teaching portfolio as a means to reflect on and document one’s work as a teacher

Attached is our course flyer. More information and the flyer can also be found on our website: Please circulate this announcement widely among your graduate student networks. Thank you!


Theresa M. Ronquillo, PhD, MSW

Instructional Consultant, Center for Teaching and Learning

Co-Director, Interactive Theater as Pedagogy Project (a collaboration of the CTL and Memory War Theater)

University of Washington, Seattle

100 Gerberding Hall—Box 351265

Seattle, WA 98195-1265

direct: 206.543.6359

main: 206.543.6588

fax: 206.685.1213

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Polarized Light Microscopist Employment Opportunity

A local Eastside company is seeking a Polarized Light Microscopy Microscopist to join our growing company. We are seeking an experienced PLM Microscopist with at least one year of experience. Must have PLM Certification.

We are offering a full time position offering benefits, profit sharing and career growth opportunities. Qualified applicants must have a WA State Driver’s License with a good driving background, as well as the ability to pass a criminal background check and drug screen. The hours of this position will be Monday — Friday, 8am — 5:30pm with some on-call hours required.

Pay will be DOE. Interested applicants may email resume to HR at lrfulton.

Lisa Fulton
ServiceMaster of Seattle