What Is Virtual Networking?

Networking plays an essential role in your job search and beyond. It introduces you to people in your field and at other companies, allows you to learn more about your profession, and gives you opportunities to help others.

While professional …

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Citizen science project is helping Washington scientists refine water supply models (from OPB)

Snow Spotter is a citizen science project where volunteers around the world scan time lapse images of forested canopies in Washington, Alaska, Colorado and Europe for the presence of snow on tree tops. Since its launch in 2017, the …

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You can read the full article by Kevin Gray on the NACE website to learn more about statistics and reported levels of employers recruiting from underrepresented groups. You can begin reading below:

“Diversity recruiting has reached its highest percent level …

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I’m In: Ready for What’s Next (From the UW School of Law Blog)

Watch the video and/or read the provided transcript to learn more about Allison’s journey as a UW Law student and what they are planning to do after graduating. Get starting with reading below:

“In spring 2019, Allison Bolgiano was a …

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GPSS/Student Government Hiring for Two Grad Student Web Developers

Graduate and Professional Student Senate (GPSS) is hiring two graduate student web developers in order for GPSS to have the infrastructure to provide timely information to graduate and professional students. We want to redesign our main website to be more …

By Eli Heller (He/Him)
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New Paid Technical Writing Internship with UW IT

New technical writer internship available on the communications team in UW Information Technology:

Job #6726388 in Handshake: https://joinhandshake.com/

The intern will have a unique opportunity to influence a highly diverse community of students, faculty and staff, and to improve their …

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Summer 2022 Volunteer Schedule with UW Botanical Gardens

Active growing locations:

Mercer Court planned urban farm within a residential complex – Between buildings B, C, D and E
Urban Production farm located at the Center for Urban Horticulture parking lots (CUH)
McMahon Hall rooftop Culinary Garden
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday

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Doctors with Disabilities Push for Change as Long COVID Affects Their Workforce (from Time Magazine)

Read the full article by Abigail Abrams on the Time website. Start reading below…

“As the third year of the pandemic continues, doctors with disabilities are pushing the medical field to improve its treatment of disabled health professionals. An increasing …

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International Student Seminar with Shawn Lipton (8/17 @ UW)

What: Renowned speaker and career coach Shawn Lipton shares his expert views on how international students can adapt to the cultural norms in the US to network and develop career skills.
When: Wednesday, August 17, 2022, 9am-12pm
Where: DEM 302 …

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6 Views of Working in Physics Without a PhD (via Symmetry Magazine)

The original article was written by Emily Ayshford for Symmetry Magazine.

Earning a doctoral degree is just one way to begin a career in physics. Meet six people who make crucial contributions to particle physics research, without a PhD.

Ryan …

By Emily Ayshford
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