Apply by January 12th for the 2015 Bonderman Travel Fellowship

Bon­der­man Travel Fel­low­ship 2015
Dead­line:   Jan­u­ary 12, 2015, 12 noon (PST)

Dear Grad­u­ate and Pro­fes­sional Students,

We write to share an extra­or­di­nary oppor­tu­nity for travel, dis­cov­ery, and chal­lenge. The 2015 Bon­der­man Travel Fel­low­ship appli­ca­tion is now avail­able and we encour­age you to con­sider apply­ing. This fel­low­ship offers Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton graduate/professional and under­grad­u­ate stu­dents (from the Seat­tle, Tacoma, and Both­ell cam­puses) an oppor­tu­nity to engage in inde­pen­dent explo­ration and travel abroad.

David Bon­der­man — the donor — wishes to give stu­dents an oppor­tu­nity to expe­ri­ence learn­ing and growth in new and unex­pected ways. Bon­der­man Fel­lows will under­take inter­na­tional travel on their own for eight months, to six or more coun­tries in two or more major regions of the world. Through solo travel the Fel­lows will focus on explo­ration and dis­cov­ery, learn­ing about the world and them­selves in it.

Up to seven grad­u­ate and seven under­grad­u­ate Bon­der­man Fel­low­ships will be awarded in Spring 2015. Each Fel­low­ship car­ries a $20,000 award to be used only for extended solo inter­na­tional travel. Fel­lows may not con­duct research, pur­sue an aca­d­e­mic project, or par­tic­i­pate in a for­mal pro­gram or organization.


All appli­cants must be enrolled (“on leave” sta­tus is not con­sid­ered enrolled) and in good stand­ing at the UW dur­ing the quar­ter the appli­ca­tion is due and must hold US cit­i­zen­ship or per­ma­nent res­i­dent sta­tus. Additionally:

GRADUATE/PROFESSIONAL STUDENTSAll stu­dents in grad­u­ate or pro­fes­sional degree pro­grams are eli­gi­ble to apply.

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: All under­grad­u­ate stu­dents with senior credit stand­ing and a degree appli­ca­tion on fileAND who also meet ONE of the fol­low­ing cri­te­ria are eli­gi­ble to apply:

  • at least a 3.7 cumu­la­tive UW GPA by the start of Win­ter 2015; OR
  • par­tic­i­pa­tion and good stand­ing in the Uni­ver­sity Hon­ors Pro­gram (Inter­dis­ci­pli­nary, Depart­men­tal or Col­lege Hon­ors) or in UW Tacoma’s Global Hon­ors Pro­gram, by the start of Win­ter 2015. Under­grad­u­ates in one of these Hon­ors pro­grams DO NOT need to have 3.7 UW GPA or higher to apply, but sim­ply must be in good stand­ing in their respec­tive pro­grams, what­ever that might mean.

To learn more about this extra­or­di­nary oppor­tu­nity, please attend one of the infor­ma­tion ses­sions listed on the website.

Appli­ca­tions must be sub­mit­ted by 12:00 pm (noon) Jan­u­ary 12, 2015.  Q&A ses­sions for inter­ested appli­cants will be held and announced shortly.

Infor­ma­tion about the fel­low­ship, infor­ma­tion ses­sions, and the appli­ca­tion can be found at:


Office of Fel­low­ships and Awards, The Grad­u­ate School
The Hon­ors Pro­gram, Under­grad­u­ate Aca­d­e­mic Affairs

Student Ethics Essay Award Program

SEEA, part of ASHA’s efforts to enhance ethics edu­ca­tion, encour­ages stu­dents to think about eth­i­cal deci­sion mak­ing and cre­ates greater aware­ness of sit­u­a­tions that could pose eth­i­cal dilemmas.

The SEEA topic for 2015 is Con­fi­den­tial­ity. Have you encoun­tered chal­lenges regard­ing con­fi­den­tial­ity dur­ing your clin­i­cal prac­tice or research endeav­ors? Tell us about it! The SEEA com­pe­ti­tion is look­ing for essays that present an eth­i­cal dilemma or chal­lenge faced by a stu­dent clin­i­cian, which iden­tify the Principle(s) and cor­re­spond­ing Rule(s) from the ASHA Code of Ethics (2010r) that the stu­dent believes have been vio­lated and why.

Maybe you will be a SEEA win­ning author!

Three win­ning authors will receive:

  • cash prizes for first, sec­ond, and third place
  • a 1-year national NSSLHA membership
  • com­pli­men­tary reg­is­tra­tion to ASHA’s 2015 Con­ven­tion (1st place win­ner only)
  • an invi­ta­tion to the NSSLHA Lun­cheon and Awards Cer­e­mony at ASHA Convention
  • a cer­tifi­cate to rec­og­nize his/her out­stand­ing achievement
  • recog­ni­tion in The ASHA Leader, on ASHA social media, and on the ASHA home­page

Who is eli­gi­ble to par­tic­i­pate? Part-time or full-time stu­dents enrolled in any under­grad­u­ate, post bac­calau­re­ate, or entry-level grad­u­ate pro­gram in com­mu­ni­ca­tion sci­ences and dis­or­ders (CSD) dur­ing the 2014–2015 aca­d­e­mic year.

What is the sub­mis­sion dead­line? Essays and appli­ca­tions are due to pro­gram direc­tors or their designees by April 10, 2015. After review, up to five essays may be sub­mit­ted on behalf of your institution.

Com­plete essay require­ments can be found at the Stu­dent Ethic Essay Award web­page. E-mail ques­tions to

Apply by 11/10: Arts & Sciences Advisory Council for Students (ASACS)

The Arts and Sci­ences Advi­sory Coun­cil for Stu­dents (ASACS) is seek­ing grad­u­ate stu­dent applicants!

ASACS is an advi­sory coun­cil for the Dean of the Col­lege of Arts and Sci­ences that con­sists of approx­i­mately 10 under­grad­u­ates and 2 grad­u­ate stu­dents. We meet reg­u­larly with Dean Stacey to pro­vide stu­dent per­spec­tive, input, and rec­om­men­da­tions on College-level deci­sion mak­ing regard­ing bud­gets and poli­cies per­tain­ing to our col­lege. We dis­cuss a wide range of issues decided on by our coun­cil. We have sub­mit­ted rec­om­men­da­tions to both the Dean and the Provost Advi­sory Com­mit­tee for Stu­dents (PACS) on issues like merit based fac­ulty salary increases, the num­ber of teach­ing assis­tants in the col­lege, online course eval­u­a­tions, cre­ation of a new Life Sci­ences build­ing, and the review of course fees. We meet weekly on Fri­days from 3:30pm-5:00pm in the Dean’s Office (CMU 065).

We are cur­rently seek­ing moti­vated and engag­ing grad­u­ate stu­dents to apply for the 2014–2015 school year. We are look­ing for stu­dents from all dis­ci­plines and per­spec­tives. By being a mem­ber of ASACS you can:

  1. *Gain lead­er­ship experience
  2. *Serve your community
  3. *Have your voice heard
  4. *Make a real impact on campus
  5. *Learn more about the poli­cies and bud­gets that shape the UW Col­lege of Arts and Sciences

Inter­ested stu­dents should sub­mit a let­ter of appli­ca­tion (rec­om­mended 1–2 pages) and a resume to the fol­low­ing cat­a­lyst drop box: The let­ter should detail their inter­est and qual­i­fi­ca­tions for serv­ing on the Coun­cil, include poten­tial top­ics they are inter­ested in hav­ing ASACS dis­cuss dur­ing the upcom­ing year, and out­line their views on what the role of ASACS should be within the Col­lege of Arts and Sci­ences. The dead­line to apply is Novem­ber 10, 2014. If you have any ques­tions or con­cerns, please email Talia Suner at


Arts and Sci­ences Advi­sory Coun­cil for Students

Graduate Student Services to Consider

Grad­u­ate Fund­ing Infor­ma­tion Office Hours
Octo­ber 2nd – Decem­ber 11th > Tues­days & Thurs­days, 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm.
Research Com­mons, Con­sul­ta­tion Stu­dio, UW Seattle

The Grad­u­ate Fund­ing Infor­ma­tion Ser­vice (GFIS) works with cur­rent and admit­ted UW grad­u­ate stu­dents to iden­tify and use dif­fer­ent resources to locate fund­ing oppor­tu­ni­ties for expenses includ­ing tuition, research, con­fer­ence and research travel. Drop-in or sched­ule an appoint­ment!

Find­ing Fund­ing for Grad­u­ate School
Thurs­day, Octo­ber 30th > 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm.
Research Com­mons, Allen South Ground Floor, Room Green A, UW Seat­tle
This Grad­u­ate Fund­ing Infor­ma­tion Ser­vice work­shop will intro­duce cur­rent UW grad­u­ate (Mas­ters and Ph.D.) stu­dents to fund­ing resources to locate fel­low­ships, schol­ar­ships, grants, and stu­dent employ­ment oppor­tu­ni­ties to help finance their grad­u­ate edu­ca­tion, research and travel. The work­shop pro­vides an overview of data­bases and search strate­gies for find­ing fund­ing, as well as the time­line for apply­ing for fel­low­ships and grants. It is sug­gested (but not required) that stu­dents bring a lap­top or tablet to nav­i­gate along dur­ing the presentation.

Inter­na­tional Stu­dent Ser­vices Advis­ing
Monday-Friday > 10:00 am — 4:00 pm.
Schmitz Hall, Room 459, UW Seat­tle
ISS helps pro­vide sup­port to UW inter­na­tional stu­dents so that they may reach their edu­ca­tional goals. Advi­sors can clar­ify the ben­e­fits and restric­tions of F-1 and J-1 visa sta­tuses, as well as answer other related ques­tions.

Writ­ing Con­sul­ta­tions for Grad­u­ate Stu­dents
Octo­ber 1st – Decem­ber 10th > Wednes­days, 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm.
Research Com­mons, Con­sul­ta­tion Stu­dio, UW Seat­tle
The The Ode­gaard Writ­ing and Research Cen­ter (OWRC) offers drop-in con­sul­ta­tions in the Research Com­mons for grad­u­ate stu­dents only. Tutors staffing these con­sult­ing hours are expe­ri­enced in sup­port­ing grad­u­ate level research and writ­ing at all stages for a wide range of aca­d­e­mic and pro­fes­sional pur­poses (e.g., con­fer­ence pro­pos­als, arti­cles for pub­li­ca­tion, the­sis or dis­ser­ta­tion work).

Hourly Position Open in Grad School (GEMS) / $14 hour

Hourly Stu­dent Posi­tion Avail­able
(under­grad­u­ate or graduate)

Grad­u­ate Enroll­ment Man­age­ment Ser­vices (GEMS) is a divi­sion of the Grad­u­ate School which facil­i­tates admis­sions and grad­u­a­tion at the grad­u­ate level. GEMS is hir­ing an hourly stu­dent assis­tant (under­grad­u­ate or grad­u­ate) to pro­vide admin­is­tra­tive sup­port to the GEMS team. This posi­tion will pri­mar­ily include cler­i­cal and recep­tion duties such as pro­cess­ing incom­ing mail, fil­ing, respond­ing to gen­eral inquiry emails, and answer­ing tele­phones dur­ing meet­ings. The assis­tant will report to the Admin­is­tra­tive Pro­gram Spe­cial­ist, but will pro­vide sup­port to the GEMS advi­sors and Direc­tor as needed.
Skills: Can­di­date must be detail ori­ented, reli­able, highly orga­nized and have excel­lent oral and writ­ten com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills. A strong work­ing knowl­edge of Microsoft Excel, Word, and Out­look, UW admin­is­tra­tive sys­tems, famil­iar­ity with email tem­plates and multi-line tele­phone sys­tems is pre­ferred. The can­di­date must be able to use dis­cre­tion when work­ing with con­fi­den­tial stu­dent and appli­cant files.
Pri­mary Respon­si­bil­i­ties Include:
*         Process incom­ing mail/prepare tran­scripts for review
*         Assist with GEMS email and tele­phone inquiry man­age­ment
*         Assist with tran­script file main­te­nance
*         Pro­vide gen­eral cler­i­cal assis­tance to GEMS team as needed
This posi­tion allows for up to 20 hours a week. Work hours are flex­i­ble based on the student’s aca­d­e­mic needs, within nor­mal busi­ness hours (Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm).

*         This posi­tion is not a Grad­u­ate Staff Assist­ant­ship and there­fore is not eli­gi­ble for a tuition waiver or health ben­e­fits
*         This posi­tion is open only to cur­rent UW stu­dents (enrolled dur­ing the 2014–2015 school year)
Salary: $14 per hour.
How to Apply:

Appli­ca­tions will only be accepted via the fol­low­ing UW Cat­a­lyst Drop­box through Mon­day, Novem­ber 3rd at 5pm. Drop­box URL

Please sub­mit the fol­low­ing, com­bined into a sin­gle PDF file:

1) A brief cover let­ter
2) Resume
3) Names and emails of at least two references

Ques­tions about the posi­tion?
Con­tact Marina at<>

The Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton is an affir­ma­tive action, equal oppor­tu­nity employer. The Uni­ver­sity is build­ing a cul­tur­ally diverse fac­ulty and staff and strongly encour­ages appli­ca­tions from women, minori­ties, indi­vid­u­als with dis­abil­i­ties and pro­tected veterans.

Earn $10 by helping the UW Libraries improve their website

Please help the UW Libraries improve our web­site — earn $10!

The UW Libraries is con­duct­ing a study to eval­u­ate sev­eral fea­tures on our web­site. We want to find out what works best for peo­ple who use it — peo­ple like you — so we can improve the design and func­tion­al­ity of the site.

Sign up online for a 1-hour ses­sion: <>

Eli­gi­ble par­tic­i­pants will earn a $10 gift card for the Uni­ver­sity Book­store and some UW Libraries swag. Ques­tions? Email

Employer-Led Workshop: Interview Tips

Come join us for a new event series at the Career Cen­ter, to hear straight from top employ­ers how to be suc­cess­ful in your job or intern­ship search, as well as strate­gies for devel­op­ing your per­sonal and pro­fes­sional life both dur­ing and after col­lege!  Com­ing up next?  Google shar­ing tips on how to ace your inter­view.
Employer-Led Work­shop: Inter­view Tips (pre­sented by Google)

Wednes­day, Octo­ber 22nd

12:30–1:20pm at the Career Cen­ter (134 Mary Gates Hall)

The most excit­ing part of look­ing for a job? Search­ing, find­ing and apply­ing. The most nerve-racking part? Inter­view­ing. But it doesn’t have to be this way. This course guides stu­dents through exer­cises to help them pre­pare for an inter­view – both in-person and vir­tu­ally. It also out­lines tips and tricks that the Google Uni­ver­sity Pro­grams team has devel­oped over the years.

No pre-registration or RSVP is required for these work­shops, and space will be avail­able on a first-come, first-served basis.

Ques­tions? Email .

Scottsdale CFY SLP Opportunity

Inde­pen­dence Rehab, ther­a­pist owned & oper­ated, based in UT, is cur­rently look­ing to hire a CFY SLP for the Scotts­dale Vil­lage Square in Scotts­dale, AZ. This is an oppor­tu­nity to work at on of the nicest SNFs in Scottsdale!

Avail­able immediately!

We would love to show you why Inde­pen­dence Rehab is one of the most dynamic orga­ni­za­tions with which you could start your career. In addi­tion to mas­ter­ing the art of Cre­at­ing a fun and suc­cess­ful work­ing envi­ron­ment (4% turnover ratio), we offer com­pet­i­tive wages, med­ical & den­tal insur­ance, an aggres­sive 401k pro­gram (no vest­ing period), con­tin­u­ing edu­ca­tion reim­burse­ment, and much more. Relo­ca­tion assis­tance is avail­able for the right candidate.

To inquire about this incred­i­ble oppor­tu­nity and to sched­ule a tele­phone inter­view, contact:

Seth Stoker — Recruiter

Office — 801.494.0496


Visit to learn more about Inde­pen­dence Rehab

SLP needed at Sunshine Terrace in Logan, UT

Inde­pen­dence Rehab is expand­ing! We will be assum­ing the rehab respon­si­bil­i­ties at Sun­shine Ter­race in Logan, UT start­ing Nov. 1. We are look­ing for SLP to round out our stel­lar staff already in place.  Although expe­ri­ence is pre­ferred, CFY SLPs are also encour­aged to apply! Relo­ca­tion assis­tance is avail­able for the right candidate.

Inde­pen­dence Rehab is a great com­pany, which is reflected in our low turnover rate of less than five per­cent! We offer out­stand­ing ben­e­fits and com­pet­i­tive pay, and we want pos­i­tive ther­a­pists who are ready to make a dif­fer­ence in the lives of their patients and enjoy a fun work­ing environment.

Seth Stoker
Inde­pen­dence Rehab
5314 N. River Run Drive Ste. 140
Provo, UT 84604
(801) 494‑0496