- Are you a graduate or undergraduate student taking a reading- or writing-intensive class?
- Is English your second, third, or fourth language?
Then consider joining the Targeted Learning Communities (TLC) program. Sign up today!
*Deadline: Saturday April 10th* (May still be taking applications, reach out via email)
WHAT WOULD I DO IN A TLC?
TLCs are meant to help you support your classroom learning, combine your personal goals with your academic goals, and create a learning community. If you join a TLC, you’ll be paired with 6-15 fellow students and 1 tutor-facilitator from our center. You will work together to decode academic and cultural norms, practice language acquisition, and develop collaboration skills. Your group will meet once a week on zoom for an hour for 7 weeks (weeks of Apr 12-May 24), however, some groups may start earlier depending on how quickly they fill up and can continue meeting after the first week of March if they so desire
TLCs can cover many topics, including:
- Reading difficult course texts
- Participating in class discussions and activities
- Understanding assignments/feedback
- Interpreting classroom and cultural norms
- Finding support services
- Professional development (resume, cover letters, etc.)
HOW TO JOIN TLC
- Make sure you one of the group meeting times work for you:
- Sarvin’s group: Tuesday 9:30-10:30am
- Gio’s group: Tuesdays 3:30-4:30am
- Fernanda’s group: Wednesdays 10:30-11:30am
- Ashika’s group: Thursdays 6:00-7:00pm
- Brodie’s group: TBD (check our website for updates!)
Emily’s group: Tuesdays 3:30-4:30
Safiya’s group: Wednesdays 2:30-3:30
- Fill out this sign-up form by Saturday, April 10th. Remember that TLC is on a first come, first serve basis so sign up as soon as you can.
- Expect an email from your peer facilitator by that Monday with a Zoom link for your weekly meetings.
If you have any questions about TLCs or forming a group, please contact Sarvin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEW ONLINE WORKSHOPS
The online workshop program aims to support multilingual and international students by strengthening foundational writing, reading and speaking skills through applicable exercises. It is designed to offer an environment where students are provided with the necessary building blocks to become confident and independent writers capable of producing quality work.
The Workshop program will cover many topics, including:
- academic cultural norms
- working collaboratively with instructors and peers
- participating in class discussions and activities
Zoom links will be sent close to the date of the workshop; sign up here.
Workshop I: Sunday, April 18, 2021 at 1pm
We will engage with three predominant genres explored in introductory writing courses. Additionally, we will familiarize ourselves with English writing conventions and the structure of academic essays.
Graduate Student Career Essentials: Virtual Sessions 1 & 2
Thursday, March 25, 2021, 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm (PST)
Session 1: Career Exploration Insights & Strategies (4:30 pm – 6 pm)
Session 2: Networking with Professionals (6 pm – 7:30 pm, space is limited)
Registration required for each session: http://bit.ly/30x60Gl
Open to graduate students across the UW tri-campus. Zoom links will be e-mailed to registered participants in advance of each session.
Core Programs—Office of Graduate Student Affairs in The Graduate School and the Career & Internship Center (Seattle campus) are partnering to host virtual career development sessions in spring 2021, focused on graduate student career exploration beyond academia.
Virtual Session 1: Career Exploration Insights & Strategies
During Session 1, you will learn:
- Career insights from guest speakers. These are professionals working outside of academia who have earned UW doctoral degrees in the Social Sciences and STEM fields
- Ways to identify your job skills and how to showcase them
- Strategies for an effective job search
- How to start your action plan for career exploration
You’ll also be able to ask questions of Career & Internship Center and Core Programs staff during the session.
Virtual Session 2: Networking with Professionals (space is limited to 30 participants)
During Session 2, you will be able to:
- Network with professionals working outside of academia who have earned UW doctoral degrees in the Social Sciences and STEM fields.
Send questions to email@example.com
To request disability accommodation, contact the Disability Services Office at least ten days in advance at: 206.543.6450/V, 206.543.6452/TTY, 206.685.7264 (FAX), or firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us on December 3rd, United Nations’ International Day of Persons with Disabilities, for a virtual seminar, Students with Disabilities: School Violence & Bullying As A Barrier To Education For All, featuring the findings from a UNESCO-commissioned study. Hear perspectives from University of Washington (UW) researchers and students engaged in the study as well as from disability rights advocates working to promote safe and inclusive learning environments for all.
Students with Disabilities: School Violence & Bullying As A Barrier To Education For All
Thursday, December 3, 2020 | 9:00-10:30 AM PST | Online via Zoom
- Welcome: Leela Fernandes, Director, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, UW
- Mohammed Loutfy, Executive Director, Disabled Peoples’ International
- Christophe Cornu, Team Leader, Section of Health and Education, UNESCO
- Julia McGeown, Global Inclusive Education Specialist, Humanity & Inclusion
- Stephen Meyers, Assistant Professor, Law, Societies & Justice Department, Jackson School of International Studies, and Disability Studies Program, UW
- Megan McCloskey, Senior Fellow, Disability Inclusive Development Initiative, UW
- Shixin Huang, Ph.D. Candidate, Jackson School of International Studies
- Maha Khan & Bhuri (Tim) Tiasevanakul, Student fellows in the Disability Inclusive Development Initiative, UW
THANK YOU TO OUR EVENT PARTNERS
- Disabled Peoples’ International
- The International Policy Institute at the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, which is supported in part by a grant from Carnegie Corporation of New York
- UW Office of Global Affairs
- UW Disability Studies Program
To attend, please sign up: https://forms.gle/vssAnxDQxraDGLLW6
More information about workshop logistics will be emailed directly.
Advanced, an AMN Healthcare Company, is a large employer of Clinical Fellows and we pride ourselves on our SLP led Clinical Fellowship Program that has been established for over a decade. We know there is a lot of uncertainty right now with how the Fall semester will look, but we would still like to offer support to your students.
As an extension of our Clinical Fellowship Program, we have a free program that is aimed at supporting graduate students as they start to plan for the big transition into their Clinical Fellowship, Thrive: Clinical Fellowship Webinar Series.
- Students can sign up independently on our website once you forward them the link
- The presentation covers job market trends, licensing, working across settings, clinical fellowship/supervision requirements, and travel therapy
- The event is 100% virtual with students signing in from their personal device
- 30-45 minutes, offered once a month
We are excited to announce our upcoming conference CI2021: Cochlear Implants in Children and Adults to be held April 28-May 1, 2021 in Dallas, TX.
Our conference will include student and resident opportunities. We will be offering a scholarship to the conference and holding a poster competition within the conference.
We would particularly like to reach students who are under-represented in science. Please let me know if there is someone else in your institution that should be included in the forthcoming information sharing.
Please also post the information on student bulletin boards and communications widely.
Continue to monitor our website for the most up-to-date information: https://www.acialliance.org/page/CI2021
International Student Panel: Fellowships for Graduate Study in the U.S.
5:30pm, Wednesday, May 27.
WHAT: A panel of five to six current UW graduate fellows describe their experiences and offer tips on applying for fellowships as international students. To maximize the benefit you receive from this panel, we recommend reading about the fellowship(s) you want to pursue before you attend the panel session.
- Samia Ibtasam, Computer Science & Engineering, Women Techmakers Fellowship
- Flavia Kapos, Epidemiology, P.E.O. International Peace Scholarship, Scan|Design Foundation Innovations in Pain Research Awards, American Academy of Orofacial Pain Grant, Patrick Beresford Fellowship in Social Epidemiology, Latino Center for Health Small Grant
- William Bamber, Near & Middle East Studies, SSRC International Dissertation Research Fellowship, Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship, CLIR Mellon Fellowship for Dissertation Research in Original Sources
- Venkatesh Potluri, Computer Science & Engineering, Google Lime Scholarship
- Faith Nyakundi, International Studies, American Association of University Women International FellowshipFOR WHO: current graduate/professional students, UW undergrads and alumni planning to pursue graduate study, students who are citizens of countries other than the U.S., undocumented students
APPLICATION DEADLINES: Deadlines to apply for these fellowships are between October 2020-May 2021 for the 2021-22 academic year.
Core Programs—Office of Graduate Student Affairs in the UW Graduate School cordially invites you to attend our free, virtual end-of-year celebrations for *first-gen graduate students and international graduate students! Celebrate milestones and achievements online, build community with peers, and more!
- International grad student event, June 11, 4–5 p.m.
- First-gen grad student event, June 12, 3–4 p.m.
Please register in advance (UW NetID required).
If you are *first-gen and also an international grad student, you can attend both events by submitting a registration form for each event.
*A first-gen graduate student is in the first generation of their family to earn a Bachelor’s degree—and is now working towards a graduate degree.
Research Funding through NIH Diversity Supplements
- Date: Thursday, May 28
- Time: 3:00-5:00 PM
- Register for zoom link: https://tinyurl.com/YAN7S5DA
Guest speakers: Dr. Tumaini Coker (Seattle Childrens), Dr. Chris Li (Fred Hutch), and Dr. Lisa Manhart (SPH)
- Eligibility criteria
- Funding for tuition, stipend, benefits, etc
- Finding faculty mentors and projects
Graduate Students, Post-Docs and Undergraduates interested in research from disadvantaged backgrounds are invited to attend: Research Funding through NIH Diversity Supplements.
Registration and Information:
Please register at: https://tinyurl.com/YAN7S5DA for zoom link.
For more information, please see the Diversity Supplements FAQ by clicking here.
Contact Nora Coronado email@example.com if you have further questions.