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Student Board Application

Enhance your global leadership at the University of Washington: Apply for the FIUTS Student Board!


The FIUTS Student Board is a year-long learning and leadership experience that amplifies the organization’s mission of international understanding, supports programs, and represents the diversity of the UW. This is a great opportunity for UW students to develop leadership and teamwork skills, while fostering global community on campus. Members build professional networks and gain real-world experience working with the nonprofit sector. Election to the student leadership team is a competitive process and applications for the 2021-2022 academic year are currently being accepted.


·         Advocate for FIUTS values of peace, community, diversity, dialogue, engagement, and service

·         Improve your leadership, organizational, event-planning, and communication skills

·         Learn about the nonprofit sector while serving on a nonprofit Board of Trustees

·         Work closely with FIUTS staff in carrying out the organization’s programs and mission


All UW students welcome to apply!

International, U.S., Undergraduate, Graduate, and IELP


Application Deadline: 11:59 p.m. on April 9, 2021

Apply online: https://www.fiuts.org/apply-for-the-student-board

Call for Applications – Husky Seed Fund

Inclusive. Impactful. Inventive.

Calling all UW students from all campuses!

Do you have an innovative idea that would enhance the UW student experience? The Husky Seed Fund has the resources to make your idea a reality! Created by students for students, The Husky Seed Fund provides up to $5,000 for you, or a small team, to pursue your passions and bring your projects to life.

Awardees develop project management and leadership skills while they execute impactful and inventive strategies to elevate the Husky experience. This is a truly unique opportunity to strengthen the entire Husky community by promoting inclusivity and helping to make all students feel that they have a home at the UW. Previously funded projects include OpenSidewalks andHuskyADAPT, both of which have received national and state-wide recognition.  We are also proud to support the 2018 Husky Seed Fund winners, Capillaries Journal and One of Many.

The Husky Experience Student Advisory Council encourages all students to explore The Husky Seed Fund website, attend an information session, and/or contact seedfund@uw.edu for more information.

Follow us on Facebook to see the impact of previously funded projects and stay up to date on award news!


·         All UW undergraduate, graduate and professional students from any campus are encouraged to apply.

·         Applications can be individual or team-based.

·         All team members must be in good academic standing (each with a minimum 2.5 GPA for undergraduates and 3.0 for graduate and professional students).

·         Projects must involve a UW faculty or staff member as a mentor.


Information Sessions and Application Writing Workshops:

·         Tuesday, Feb. 26th: 4:30PM-5:30PM at Allen Research Commons Green A (Zoom meeting ID: 847-391-686)

·         Thursday, March 7th: 12:00-1:00 at Allen Research Commons Green A (Zoom meeting ID: 581-181-209)


Get all of your questions answered wherever you are! Both info sessions will be available for free, remote streaming via Zoom for all UW students.


Application Dates:

·         Applications open:  Feb. 13, 2019

·         Applications close:  March 12,  2019

·         Semi-finalists will be contacted on April 4 and invited for interviews


Apply here:  


Hiring OWRC Data Analysis Intern for Spring 2019

The Odegaard Writing & Research Center (OWRC) is now hiring a data analysis intern for Spring Quarter 2019. If you or your colleagues know someone who might be both interested in and qualified to apply for this internship at the OWRC, please encourage them to read the internship description and apply on Handshake (#2439469).

The OWRC is an interdisciplinary writing and research center that aims to support UW students, staff, and faculty on their diverse writing and research projects through one-to-one tutoring sessions, group tutoring sessions, workshops, and other programs.

The Data Analysis Intern will have the opportunity to work alongside tutors and staff to analyze usage data, and to compile findings into a board report for campus stakeholders. This paid internship experience is made possible by the UW Career & Internship Center’s Campus Internship Development Fund.

Complete application instructions are posted on Handshake (#2439469); the deadline is Friday, March 1 at 11:59 pm. We also encourage applicants to to bring their materials to the OWRC and discuss them with our current tutors—just make an appointment and come by.

Public Lectures Student Assistant Position

Public Lectures Student Assistant

The UW Office of Public Lectures, within the Graduate School, is responsible for convening people and ideas in a safe and intellectually stimulating space. By offering diverse public lecture experiences, we give reasons for tens of thousands of people ranging from faculty, students, staff and the person on the
street to gather and experience this old school manner of face-to-face meeting and learning.

The ideal applicant will possess strong customer service skills and knowledge of the digital media landscape, including various social media sites. The successful candidate will be responsible for responding to customer inquiries, researching the most effective social media outlets for reaching our broad audiences, monitoring and posting on blogs and social networks, participating in online outreach and promotion, optimizing our social media presence and conducting keyword analysis. Those looking to gain valuable online media experience with an established organization are encouraged to apply.

Pay is $16.00 an hour with a 19.5-hour maximum workweek. Some evening hours required for events.

Note: This position is available to current UW students only. The start date for this position is February 4, 2019 and will continue through the next academic year.

Responsibilities include and are not limited to:
 Attend all evening public lectures and serve as front of house manager
 Assist event volunteers like UW Retirees and middle school students
 Work with the Director of Public Lectures to create and implement campaigns
 Develop content calendars on a weekly and monthly basis for public lectures
 Monitor analytics to identify viable ideas
 Create engaging blog and social media content
 Monitor and respond to Lectures@uw.edu mailbox
 Return customer calls, answer customer inquiries

The ideal candidate will possess the following skills:
 Study in Communications or related field
 Professional experience in social media/marketing
 Strong customer service skills
 Event experience
 Excellent oral and written communication skills
 In-depth working knowledge of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Pinterest and Google+
 Experience with social media analytics, including Google Analytics and Facebook Insights
 Basic knowledge of Photoshop

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to lectures@uw.edu; please put “Student Assistant” in the email subject line. Applications will be accepted through December 2, 2018. Interviews will be conducted in early December.

U501 WordPress Page Creator (UW Student Hourly Position)

As the U501 Wordpress page creator, you will organize existing project documents in google drive and transfer them into WordPress to make a how-to toolkit. You will also upload existing U501 videos into Microsoft Stream.

U501 “flips” orientation so graduate students view online modules in Canvas containing text and videos with students, faculty and staff introducing key information before they arrive on campus. For its development of U501, the UW Graduate School won ETS/CGS’ 2017 Award for Innovation in Promoting Success in Graduate Education, which includes a $20,000 grant. As U501 has been so successful that peer institutions have reached out for tips on how to develop their own online orientations, we will use a portion of this grant to create this toolkit for other institutions making their own orientations. We are calling this next phase “U501: Beyond UW.”  This hourly student U501 WordPress creator position works collaboratively with the U501 project team and works independently. Please note that this is not a Graduate Staff Assistantship, and therefore is not eligible for a tuition waiver or health benefits.


Duties & Responsibilities:

The position of U501 WordPress page creator is an hourly position in the $20-$25 per hour range (depending on experience) and begins January 8, 2019 and ends March 8, 2019. The hours are variable; 8 hours per week prior to the launch on February 26, 2019 and based on need post-launch. The responsibilities include:

  • In google drive, organizing documents created during the U501 build and selecting documents to include in the toolkit.
  • As needed, adding writing to and editing these documents and transferring them into WordPress to create a logical process for other universities to follow when making their own online orientations.
  • Collaborating with U501 team members from the Graduate School and Provost’s Office to carry out responsibilities and activities related to organizing and transferring content into WordPress to ensure the toolkit ties in with overall project goals.
  • With U501 team, ensuring successful toolkit launch on February 26, 2019.
  • Troubleshooting and adjusting post-launch issues related to WordPress.
  • Uploading existing U501 videos into Microsoft Stream.



  • Must be a currently enrolled undergraduate, graduate or professional student at the University of Washington.
  • Must be proficient using WordPress.
  • Must be proficient and experienced with standard HTML.
  • Must be proficient with Photoshop.
  • Satisfactory academic progress.
  • Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills, including strong editing, and an ability to work collaboratively with UW staff and faculty.
  • Must be highly organized, able to work independently and able to maintain and safeguard confidential communication and documentation.
  • Work hours for this hourly student position are flexible but, as needed, must be available to attend meetings on Seattle campus during business hours.



  • Experience with website design and interactive design.
  • Basic video production experience.


To Apply:

Please submit the following materials to Katy DeRosier, Director of Program Development, The Graduate School and Office of the Provost. All materials should be emailed to:katyd2@uw.edu.  Review of applications begins November 19 and continues until filled.

  1.  Cover Letter (1-2 pages)

It should include and address:

  • Your qualifications for and interest in this position.
  • Your present status in your program of study.
  • Your time availability to fulfill the responsibilities of this hourly student position.
  • Names of two references with their position titles and contact information.
  1.  Current CV or Resume

Pride Foundation & GSBA Scholarships Info Session

You are invited to attend an information session hosted by the GSBA Scholarship fund!  We’ll be joined by Taylor Briggs, Scholarship Program Manager for GSBA.  Taylor will be sharing information on LGBTQ+ scholarships for student leaders in the northwest.

What: Pride Foundation & GSBA Scholarships Information Session

When: 3:30 p.m., November 7

Where: Allen Library Auditorium

LGBTQ+ Scholarships

Application opens October 11 and closes in early January.

Every year, Pride Foundation and the GSBA Scholarship Fund award scholarships to lesbia, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and allied student leaders in the Northwest. We invest in the educational dreams of students of any age, for any accredited higher education program or degree. If you are a Washington State resident — even if you study elsewhere — you probably qualify for at least one!

Apply at pridefoundation.org or thegsba.org/apply

Student Ethics Essay Award

Submissions are now being accepted for the 2019 Student Ethics Essay Award (SEEA) competition. Authors of winning essays will be notified in June 2019. See Student Ethics Essay Award recipients to view previous winners and read their winning essays.

The SEEA program is conducted as part of ASHA’s efforts to enhance ethics education activities. The goal of the program is to encourage students to think about ethical decision making and create greater awareness of situations that could pose ethical dilemmas as they prepare to start careers in audiology, speech-language pathology, or speech, language, and hearing sciences.

The essay competition is open to students who are enrolled in any undergraduate, post baccalaureate, or entry-level graduate program (U.S. only) in communication sciences and disorders (CSD). Former and current members of ASHA’s Board of Ethics review the essays and select three winning authors, who receive

  • one student registration to the ASHA Convention (first place winner only);
  • monetary prizes ($750, $500, and $250 for first, second, and third place, respectively);
  • certificates of achievement; and
  • a 1-year National NSSLHA membership.

Winners and their essays are recognized

  • on the ASHA website,
  • on ASHA social media, and
  • in The ASHA Leader.

Award Eligibility

Students: To be considered eligible to participate in the SEEA competition, you must be

  • enrolled in any undergraduate, post baccalaureate, or entry-level graduate program (U.S. only) in communication sciences and disorders (CSD), and
  • enrolled part-time or full-time during the 2018–2019 academic year.

2019 Student Ethics Essay

Topic: “Ethical Use of Social Media”

Foundational to professional and ethical conduct is the commitment to hold the welfare of clients paramount. The utilization of social media has become widespread and has changed the way individuals, businesses, and organizations communicate; however, inappropriate use of social media in the professions can lead to ethical violations. Adherence to professional obligations and standards is essential to eliminate the chance of an ethical violation related to misuse of social media and social networking.

In your essay, present an ethical dilemma or challenge that may be faced by a clinician or researcher related to the misuse of social media and its numerous platforms. Then, using ethics resources and the ASHA Code of Ethics (2016), identify one or more Principles and the corresponding Rule(s) that you believe have been violated, and provide a rationale for your choice(s). Finally, discuss what action(s) you would take to resolve this dilemma.

Essay Requirements

You and your essay must meet these requirements:

  • Essay Format
    • 1,200 words or less, excluding title and any references
    • Standard format including title, introduction, body, and summary/conclusion
    • Microsoft Word (.docx), 12-point font, double-spaced
    • Page numbers in footer, starting with first page
    • No footnotes, only end notes
    • All sources cited when quoted, even Code of Ethics
    • No identifying information (e.g., name, address, institution) on the essay
  • Entries must be original work, unpublished, and not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
  • Students may not submit more than one essay; submissions of entries authored by multiple individuals will not be considered.
  • Students must notify their CSD program director of their participation before submitting their entry.

Suggested Essay Resources

Evaluation Criteria

Things to keep in mind as you write your essay:

  • Have you followed the essay format and submission requirements described above?
  • Have you approached the essay topic in a fresh, rich, and illuminating way, avoiding moral platitudes and oversimplification?
  • Have you demonstrated familiarity with the Code of Ethics, relevant Issues in Ethics statements, and other ethics-related resources?
  • Have you made a contribution to ethical deliberation and discernment that is mature, insightful, and likely to be both helpful and interesting to students and ASHA members?
  • Have you presented your position in a clear, logical manner that facilitates understanding of your reasoning?
  • Have you supported your arguments with factors that are ethically relevant, and avoided preoccupation with matters that have little logical relevance to your thesis?
  • Is your analysis comprehensive, objective, balanced, and thorough?
  • Is your essay free of grammatical, typographical, and punctuation errors?

Submission Instructions

  1. Confirm that you and your essay meet the eligibility and format requirements.
  2. Notify your program director that you will be submitting an essay for the SEEA contest.
  3. Go online to fill out the SEEA application and upload your essay—you can save your work and submit it when you’re ready.
  4. Meet the deadline: Submit your essay and application by 11:59 a.m. ET on Friday, April 12, 2019; the online submission system will close automatically and new or incomplete entries will not be accepted.


Contact Karol Scher, ASHA staff liaison to the Ethics Education Subcommittee of the Board of Ethics, at ethics@asha.org.