Space Available in INTSCI 301: Integrated Sciences Careers Seminar

As we near the beginning of Winter quarter, I wanted to remind you and your students that there is still space available in INT SCI 301, the Integrated Sciences Careers Seminar. INT SCI 301 is required for students planning the Integrated Sciences major and is a great course for any science majors interested in learning more about science careers. INT SCI 301 is a 1 credit course and is offered credit/no credit.

Our guest speakers this quarter include:

Students interested in obtaining an entry code should complete the survey at:


Meghan Oxley

Undergraduate Adviser, Integrated Sciences
(206) 543-5447

Physics/Astronomy C-337
Box 351580

INT SCI 301: Integrated Sciences Careers Seminar

I’m writing to let you know about an exciting Winter course offering in Integrated Sciences. INTSCI 301 is geared towards students with a strong science background and is a great introduction to the new Integrated Sciences major. INTSCI 301 is also the prerequisite for INTSCI 401, our science careers practicum course, which we plan to offer in Spring 2014.

Course: INTSCI 301 – Integrated Sciences Seminar
Instructor: Julie Lutz
Credits: 1
Days: Tues
Time: 4:00-4:50PM
SLN: 21170

This seminar introduces students to scientists or science educators who are actively engaged in careers that require an integrative science perspective, including formal and informal science education, museums and science centers, and science communication organizations. The focus varies from quarter to quarter, with sessions devoted to contemporary issues in integrated sciences, such as science education, science communication, law, policy, and similar topics. Credit/no-credit only.

A sample syllabus for INTSCI 301 can be found at:

Students interested in obtaining an entry code should complete the survey at:

Please feel free to contact me with any questions.