Looking for camaraderie and support around gender identity and/or expression? Look no further! Ready, get set, GENDER! Every Tuesday from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in the Q Center you too can meet with others who wish to explore the continuum of gender identity and expression through discussion, support of one another, and connection. This support group is facilitated by two master of social work students interning at the Q Center. Lor and Liz bring to the group years of experience in facilitation, community organizing, and expertise in gender and sexuality.
When: Tuesdays 12:30-1:30 p.m.—Starting January 21, 2014
Where: Q Center
What: Trans* & Gender Queering Support Group
Why: Because we like you!
See you there!
The Lavender Circle is an open, affirming place to explore our identities and experiences, and have questions answered amongst a supportive group of peers.
Join us for discussions framed around gender identity, gender expression, sexual identity development, and more. This group is not framed around ally development.
Wednesdays, 4:30 – 5:30 PM*
Q Center, HUB 315
*The Q Center will be closed to the public during this group. Participants should arrive within 10 minutes of the start time.
Jen Self, PhD LICSW
Director, Q Center
HUB 315, Box 352235206-616-7296
We hope you are having a great quarter so far. Are you looking to gain an internship opportunity? Search no more! We have more than 75 exhibitors representing government, non-profit and private sector industries attending the Internship Fair, all with an interest in recruiting Huskies! Don’t miss out on this perfect opportunity!
When: February 12th, 2014; 2-6pm
Where: HUB Ballrooms
List of Employers: http://careers.uw.edu/Students/Internship-Fair (Please visit the link frequently as the information is updated regularly)
Questions? Please feel free to contact us by phone careerevents . We look forward to seeing you on February 12th!!!
direct : (206) 543-9108
The Career Center
University of Washington
main: (206) 543-0535
134 Mary Gates Hall * Box 352810 * Seattle, WA 98195
Spend Spring Quarter at Friday Harbor Labs!
15-credit hands-on research apprenticeship (Ocean 492)*
Marine Sedimentary Processes:
Elwha Dam Removal Impacts
The biggest dam removal in U.S. history is underway on the Olympic Peninsula’s Elwha
River, and major changes are happening in the marine enironment. One of the effects
of this unprecedented restoration effort is the input of millions of tons of sediment
into the Strait of Juan de Fuca. This apprenticeship gives you the opportunity to get
involved in an ongoing research project focused on the fate of this material, while
learning about geologic processes and gaining valuable scientific research experience!
15-credit apprenticeship includes:
Lectures on local geology, river systems, and coastal environments
Instruction in laboratory and research techniques
Two science cruises to the Elwha Delta
Camping trip to the Elwha watershed with hikes to the river and reservoir beds
Weekly scientific readings and informal discussions (fuel for the final paper)
Individual research projects on course-related topics of students’ choosing
Plan on learning about and experiencing local environments, practical science
techniques, and a truly historic restoration project happening NOW.
*Disclaimer: Past students highly recommend this course for building resumes/CVs, gaining
research and field experience, and enjoying spring quarter in the fabulous San Juan Islands.