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  • May 2: Engr. Scholarship apps: NEW DEADLINE - accepted through 5 p.m.

    Mon May 2, 2016 12:00 am - 5:00 pm | Monday, May 2, 2016, 12 a.m. - 5 p.m. PDT Engineering scholarship applications are due by 5:00 p.m. on April 29. Who should submit a College of Engineering scholarship application? Entering first-year students, whether admitted as pre-engineering or to an engineering department.   Entering transfer students. Transfer students planning to apply to CSE, EE, HCDE, MSE, CEE, and ME should also consider submitting a departmental application. Event types: Special Events, Student Activities, Not Specified Event sponsors: UW College of Engineering More info: www.engr.washington.edu…

  • May 3: MolES Seminar: Kelly R. Stevens (UW)

    Tue May 3, 2016 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm | Tuesday, May 3, 2016, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. PDT Molecular Engineering and Sciences Seminar Series This weekly seminar brings together students, faculty and invited guests from various disciplines across campus to explore current trends in molecular engineering and nanotechnology. It is a  forum for active interdisciplinary discussions.  These talks are open to the public and attract a diverse audience of students and faculty. Campus location: Johnson Hall (JHN) Campus room: 075 Event types: Lectures/Seminars Event sponsors: Molecular Engineering & Sciences Institute Twitter: #MolESseminar

  • May 3: Info Session: BS in HCDE

    Tue May 3, 2016 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Tuesday, May 3, 2016, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. PDT Interested in learning more about the Human Centered Design & Engineering undergraduate program? Join HCDE advisors for an upcoming Information Session. HCDE Info Sessions provide an overview of the HCDE Bachelor of Science degree, including curriculum, admissions requirements, and application deadlines. All Info Sessions are in the HCDE Design Lab, 233 Sieg Hall, on the UW Seattle campus. Join us! Campus location: Sieg Hall (SIG) Campus room: 233 Event types: Information Sessions Facebook: www.facebook.com… More info: hcde.uw.edu…

  • May 4: DUB Seminar: Tom Yeh, University of Colorado

    Wed May 4, 2016 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm | Wednesday, May 4, 2016, 12 - 1 p.m. PDT DUB is a grassroots alliance of faculty, students, researchers, and industry partners interested in Human Computer Interaction & Design at the University of Washington. The DUB acronym stands for Design, Use, Build. For more information about individual DUB Seminars, see the dub calendar: https://dub.washington.edu/calendar.html Campus location: Paul G. Allen Center For Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) Campus room: 691 Event types: Lectures/Seminars Event sponsors: HCI & Design at the University of Washington More info: dub.washington.edu…

  • May 4: Engineering Majors Fair

    Wed May 4, 2016 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm | Wednesday, May 4, 2016, 3:30 - 6 p.m. PDT Students from all engineering departments answer questions about their majors and share their experiences and suggestions. Maple Hall map Campus room: Great Room Event types: Academics, Information Sessions, Special Events, Student Activities Event sponsors: UW College of Engineering Student Academic Services

  • May 10: MolES Seminar: Jinming Gao, U of Texas, Southwest Medical Ctr.

    Tue May 10, 2016 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm | Tuesday, May 10, 2016, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. PDT pH Nanotransistor Advances Cancer Detection and Surgery Abstract Cancer exhibits profound genetic and histological heterogeneities therefore broad yet cancer-specfic detection and therapy are challenging. Recently, our lab established a library of ‘pH transistor’ nanoparticles with binary off/on reporters that are finely tunable in a broad range of physiological pH (4-7.4). The ultra pH-sensitive property is a unique nanoscale phenomenon that arises from the cooperative self-assembly of amphiphilic copolymers. The pH threshold nanosensors target dysregulated pH, a ubiquitous cancer hallmark, which allowed binary delineation of a broad set of tumors. Real-time, image-guided surgery on established tumors as well as small tumor foci (<1 mm3) resulted in signficantly improved long-term survival over white light surgery in head/neck and breast cancers. In addition to cancer surgery, we are also implementing the pH transistor technology in several clinically relevant applications, including cancer staging and immunotherapy. Jinming Gao Professor of Oncology and Pharmacology at UT Southwestern Medical Center Joint appointment in the Departments of Chemistry and Bioengineering at UT Dallas Dr. Jinming Gao received his B.S. degree in Chemistry at Peking University (Beijing, China) in June 1991. He carried out graduate studies at Harvard University under the supervision of George Whitesides. In May 1996, he received a Ph.D. degree in Organic Chemistry. Following his doctoral studies, he completed his postdoctoral training in Biomedical Engineering under Bob Langer at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In August 1998, Dr. Gao joined the faculty of Biomedical Engineering at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. In July 2005, Dr. Gao moved his lab to Dallas, Texas, where he is currently a Professor of Oncology and Pharmacology at UT Southwestern Medical Center with a joint appointment in the Departments of Chemistry and Bioengineering at UT Dallas. Dr. Gao has published over 100 peer reviewed papers, 60 conference proceedings and 6 book chapters. Using a highly-interdisciplinary approach, his lab is focused on development of multi-functional nanomedicine platforms for image-guided tumor resection, drug delivery and cancer immunotherapy. Molecular Engineering and Sciences Seminar Series This weekly seminar brings together students, faculty and invited guests from various disciplines across campus to explore current trends in molecular engineering and nanotechnology. It is a  forum for active interdisciplinary discussions.  These talks are open to the public and attract a diverse audience of students and faculty. Campus location: Johnson Hall (JHN) Campus room: 075 Event types: Lectures/Seminars Event sponsors: Molecular Engineering & Sciences Institute Twitter: #MolESseminar More info: www4.utsouthwestern.edu…

  • May 12: College of Engineering Awards

    Thu May 12, 2016 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm | Thursday, May 12, 2016, 3:30 - 5 p.m. PDT The College of Engineering Awards acknowledge the extraordinary efforts of the college’s teaching and research assistants, staff, and faculty members in a variety of categories. Students, staff, and faculty members can submit online nominations for these awards through March 2 at 5:00 p.m. Campus location: Student Union Building (HUB) Campus room: HUB North Ballroom Event types: Academics, Ceremonies, Special Events Event sponsors: University of Washington College of Engineering

  • May 14: 3-D Printing Symposium

    Sat May 14, 2016 9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Saturday, May 14, 2016, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. PDT This day-long event offers an unprecedented chance to witness the latest advances in 3-D printing and scholastic research for one of the most critical societal opportunities in modern history. Our faculty, students and corporate partners are working together to identify and evaluate the true potential for additive manufacturing technologies to fulfill the needs of emerging technology and industry. Topics of discussion will include 3-D printing related to new polymeric material compositions, micro-architectured materials, art/architecture, medicine, prosthetic development, and microfluidics. The event is open to the public and we warmly welcome students and industry professionals from diverse fields. More information will be available soon online. Registration is $25 for general or $15 for any UW students and students from other public or private institutions. For information about the event sponsorship, speakers and research in additive manufacturing at the University of Washington, please contact Alshakim Nelson, Assistant Professor of Chemistry at alshakim@uw.edu. Campus location: Alder Hall Campus room: Alder Hall Commons Event types: Conferences, Exhibits, Lectures/Seminars Event sponsors: UW Strategic Research Initiative for Additive Manufacturing  Twitter: #UW3DPrint2016 More info: bit.ly…

  • May 17: MolES Seminar: Hao Yan, Arizona State

    Tue May 17, 2016 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm | Tuesday, May 17, 2016, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. PDT Molecular Engineering and Sciences Seminar Series This weekly seminar brings together students, faculty and invited guests from various disciplines across campus to explore current trends in molecular engineering and nanotechnology. It is a  forum for active interdisciplinary discussions.  These talks are open to the public and attract a diverse audience of students and faculty. Campus location: Johnson Hall (JHN) Campus room: 075 Event types: Lectures/Seminars Event sponsors: Molecular Engineering & Sciences Institute Twitter: #MolESseminar More info: yanlab.asu.edu

  • May 17: Info Session: BS in Human Centered Design & Engr.

    Tue May 17, 2016 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Tuesday, May 17, 2016, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. PDT Interested in learning more about the Human Centered Design & Engineering undergraduate program? Join HCDE advisors for an upcoming Information Session. HCDE Info Sessions provide an overview of the HCDE Bachelor of Science degree, including curriculum, admissions requirements, and application deadlines. All Info Sessions are in the HCDE Design Lab, 233 Sieg Hall, on the UW Seattle campus. Join us! Campus location: Sieg Hall (SIG) Campus room: 233 Event types: Information Sessions Facebook: www.facebook.com… More info: hcde.uw.edu…

  • May 18: DUB Seminar: Ayman Shamma, Yahoo! Labs

    Wed May 18, 2016 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm | Wednesday, May 18, 2016, 12 - 1 p.m. PDT DUB is a grassroots alliance of faculty, students, researchers, and industry partners interested in Human Computer Interaction & Design at the University of Washington. The DUB acronym stands for Design, Use, Build. For more information about individual DUB Seminars, see the dub calendar: https://dub.washington.edu/calendar.html Campus location: Paul G. Allen Center For Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) Campus room: 691 Event types: Lectures/Seminars Event sponsors: HCI & Design at the University of Washington More info: dub.washington.edu…

  • May 19: Clean Energy Inst. Seminar: Judith C. Yang, U of Pittsburgh

    Thu May 19, 2016 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Thursday, May 19, 2016, 4 - 5 p.m. PDT Structural Dynamics of Surface Reactions: Oxidation and Heterogeneous Catalysis Transmission electron microscopy has proven to be a powerful tool to measure composition, chemistry and internal structure at the nanoscale and below. The two transformative developments in electron microscopy in the last two decades are (1) the emergence of aberration-corrected lenses that allow for unprecedented spatial and spectral resolution and (2) the rapid advances in in situ capabilities for observations of dynamic phenomena. Recent and rapid developments of in situ transmission electron microscopy (TEM) has demonstrated it to be a transformative tool to gain unique dynamic processing/structure/property relationships of nanomaterials. Of particular interest are the structural changes occurring under “real” environmental conditions observable by environmental TEM (ETEM). The ETEM allows for dynamic studies for fundamental, atomic-level understanding of surface chemical reactions, such as oxidation and heterogeneous catalysis. The first part of my talk will focus on the dynamics of the initial and transient oxidation stages of metals. Using a ultra-high vacuum ETEM, we have demonstrated that the transient oxidation stage of Cu and its alloys bear a striking resemblance to heteroepitaxy, where the initial stages of growth are dominated by oxygen surface diffusion. The second part of my talk will focus on heterogeneous catalysis, which depends sensitively on the nano-sized 3-dimensional structural habits of nanoparticles (NPs) and their physicochemical structural sensitivity to the environment. My focus is on the development of integrated characterization and modeling tools and their applications appropriate for carrying out detailed studies on metallic nanoparticles (NPs) comprised of a few to as many as 100 metal atoms. The structures of small metal NPs do not behave like atoms or bulk material. For example, we have shown that Pt NPs may be both ordered and disordered, depending on its size, support and adsorbates. A statistical description of nanoparticles is more appropriate in understanding structure/property of nanoparticles and their surface reactions. Bio:  Professor Judith C Yang received her PhD in physics from Cornell University in 1993. She then went to the Max-Planck-Institute of Metallforschung, Stuttgart, Germany as a NSF post-doctoral fellow. In 1995, she returned to the US as a post-doc and visiting lecturer to the Materials Research Laboratory, U. Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In 1999, she joined the faculty at U. Pittsburgh. She is the 2002 recipient of the NSF career award, 2004 B.P. America Faculty fellowship, and the 2005 Chancellor’s Distinguished Research Award. Since 2010, she is the Nickolas A. DeCecco Professor in Chemical and Petroleum Engineering; she has a secondary appointment in physics. Her research areas include oxidation, heterogeneous catalysis, nano-materials, gas-surface reactions, and transmission electron microscopy, especially in situ. Campus location: Johnson Hall (JHN) Campus room: 075 Event types: Lectures/Seminars Event sponsors: Clean Energy Institute

  • May 20: CoE Diamond Awards

    Fri May 20, 2016 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm | Friday, May 20, 2016, 6 - 9 p.m. PDT The Diamond Awards honors outstanding alumni and friends who have made significant contributions to the field of engineering.  Campus location: Intellectual House (INT) Campus room: Intellectual House - University of Washington (Seattle) Event types: Ceremonies, Special Events More info: www.engr.washington.edu…

  • May 24: MolES Seminar: Helmut Thissen (CSIRO, Australia)

    Tue May 24, 2016 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm | Tuesday, May 24, 2016, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. PDT Molecular Engineering and Sciences Seminar Series This weekly seminar brings together students, faculty and invited guests from various disciplines across campus to explore current trends in molecular engineering and nanotechnology. It is a  forum for active interdisciplinary discussions.  These talks are open to the public and attract a diverse audience of students and faculty. Campus location: Johnson Hall (JHN) Campus room: 075 Event types: Lectures/Seminars Event sponsors: Molecular Engineering & Sciences Institute Twitter: #MolESseminar

  • May 25: DUB Seminar: Shaun Kane, University of Colorado

    Wed May 25, 2016 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm | Wednesday, May 25, 2016, 12 - 1 p.m. PDT DUB is a grassroots alliance of faculty, students, researchers, and industry partners interested in Human Computer Interaction & Design at the University of Washington. The DUB acronym stands for Design, Use, Build. For more information about individual DUB Seminars, see the dub calendar: https://dub.washington.edu/calendar.html Campus location: Paul G. Allen Center For Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) Campus room: 691 Event types: Lectures/Seminars Event sponsors: HCI & Design at the University of Washington More info: dub.washington.edu…

  • May 26: Clean Energy Institute Seminar: Christopher Wolverton, Northwestern University

    Thu May 26, 2016 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Thursday, May 26, 2016, 4 - 5 p.m. PDT Bio: Christopher Wolverton is a Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Northwestern University.  Before joining the faculty, he worked at the Research and Innovation Center at Ford Motor Company, where he was group leader for the Hydrogen Storage and Nanoscale Modeling Group. He received his BS degree in Physics from the University of Texas at Austin and his PhD degree in Physics from the University of California at Berkeley. After completing his PhD degree, Wolverton performed postdoctoral work at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). His research interests include computational studies of a variety of energy-efficient and environmentally friendly materials via first-principles atomistic calculations, high-throughput and data mining tools to accelerate materials discovery, and “multiscale” methodologies for linking atomistic and microstructural scales.  Wolverton has authored or co-authored more than 180 peer-reviewed publications (h-index=51), holds nine patents (several others pending), and has given more than 150 invited talks.  Wolverton is a Fellow of the American Physical Society, has won the Walder Award for Research Excellence, a Ford Motor Company Technical Achievement Award, and gave the John Dorn Memorial Lecture at Northwestern in 2003. Campus location: Johnson Hall (JHN) Campus room: 075 Event types: Lectures/Seminars Event sponsors: Clean Energy Institute

  • May 30: Memorial Day (no classes)

    Mon May 30, 2016 12:00 am | Monday, May 30, 2016 University holiday, no classes Year: 2016 Quarter: Spring Event types: Academics

  • May 31: MolES Seminar: Pak Kin Wong (Pennsylvania State University)

    Tue May 31, 2016 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm | Tuesday, May 31, 2016, 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. PDT A single cell nanobiosensor for probing collective cell migration Collective cell migration is a fundamental multicellular activity that plays essential roles in numerous physiological and pathological processes, such as angiogenesis, tissue regeneration, and cancer metastasis.  Proper coordination of cells, for instance, is required to repair damaged tissues in which cells crawl collectively atop exposed extracellular matrix following injury.  The collective migration mechanisms responsible for tissue development are also utilized in the invasion and metastasis of malignant tumors.  Despite its importance, the fundamental processes that drive collective cell migration, such as leader cell formation and biomechanical coupling, remain poorly understood.  To elucidate the collective migration process, my laboratory is developing molecular and nanoengineering techniques for single molecule imaging, dynamic gene expression analysis, single cell photothermal ablation, biomechanical analysis of cell-cell and cell-matrix interaction, and agent-based computational modeling.  In this talk, I will discuss the application of a single cell nanobiosensor for probing the mechanoregulation of collective cell migration.  The biosensor incorporates nanoparticles and fluorophore-labeled locked nucleic acid probes for mapping the spatiotemporal gene expression dynamics in native tissue microenvironments at the single cell level.  Using the nanobiosensor, we demonstrate that the formation of leader cells during collective migration is dynamically regulated by Dll4 signaling through both Notch1 and mechanical force.  Our finding provides a molecular basis for the stochastic emergence of leader cells, which may enable novel approaches in regenerative medicine, diabetic wound healing and cancer treatment.  Bio Pak Kin Wong is a Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Surgery at the Pennsylvania State University.  Prior to Penn State, Dr. Wong was an Associate Professor in the Departments of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering and a member of the Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center at the University of Arizona.  He received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2005.  He is an editor of Scientific Reports, IEEE Transaction on Nanotechnology IEEE Nanotechnology Magazine, and Journal of Laboratory Automation.  He serves in organizing committees of numerous international conferences, including program chair of IEEE NANOMED 2012 and general co-chair of IEEE NEMS 2013.  His current research interest focuses on collective cell migration and molecular diagnostics.  He has published over 80 peer-reviewed journal articles in the area of nanotechnology and biomedical engineering, and is an inventor of two patents.  Among other honors, Dr. Wong was awarded the NIH Director's New Innovator Award in 2010, Arizona Engineering Faculty Fellow in 2011, AAFSAA outstanding Faculty Award in 2013, and JALA 10 – A Top 10 Breakthrough in Innovation in 2015. Molecular Engineering and Sciences Seminar Series This weekly seminar brings together students, faculty and invited guests from various disciplines across campus to explore current trends in molecular engineering and nanotechnology. It is a  forum for active interdisciplinary discussions.  These talks are open to the public and attract a diverse audience of students and faculty. Campus location: Johnson Hall (JHN) Campus room: 075 Event types: Lectures/Seminars Event sponsors: Molecular Engineering & Sciences Institute Twitter: #MolESseminar More info: www.bioe.psu.edu…

  • May 31: Human Centered Design & Engineering Open House

    Tue May 31, 2016 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm | Tuesday, May 31, 2016, 4 - 7 p.m. PDT The department of Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE) welcomes current students, faculty, alumni, corporate affiliates, prospective students, and friends, to our Open House event on the UW Seattle Campus. Held annually in June, the HCDE Open House features student capstone projects, presentations from Directed Research Groups, prizes, food, and fun. Campus location: Student Union Building (HUB) Campus room: North Ballroom Event types: Exhibits, Special Events Event sponsors: UW department of Human Centered Design & Engineering Facebook: www.facebook.com… More info: www.hcde.washington.edu…

  • Jun 1: DUB Seminar: Mark Cartwright, Northwestern University

    Wed Jun 1, 2016 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm | Wednesday, Jun 1, 2016, 12 - 1 p.m. PDT DUB is a grassroots alliance of faculty, students, researchers, and industry partners interested in Human Computer Interaction & Design at the University of Washington. The DUB acronym stands for Design, Use, Build. For more information about individual DUB Seminars, see the dub calendar: https://dub.washington.edu/calendar.html Campus location: Paul G. Allen Center For Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) Campus room: 691 Event types: Lectures/Seminars Event sponsors: HCI & Design at the University of Washington More info: dub.washington.edu…

  • Jun 7: Human Centered Design & Engineering Graduation Celebration

    Tue Jun 7, 2016 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm | Tuesday, Jun 7, 2016, 3:30 - 6 p.m. PDT The department of Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE) will hold its 2016 graduation and awards ceremony in the evening of Tuesday, June 7, in the Husky Union Building (HUB) Ballroom on the University of Washington Seattle campus. Agenda3:30 p.m. Arrival of graduates, families, friends, department faculty and staff 4 p.m.  Welcome remarks by HCDE Chair Commencement Address Presentation of the graduates and recognition awards 5:30 p.m. Reception Campus location: Student Union Building (HUB) Campus room: Ballroom Event types: Special Events Event sponsors: Human Centered Design & Engineering More info: www.hcde.washington.edu…

  • Jun 15: Information Session: Certificate in User-Centered Design

    Wed Jun 15, 2016 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm | Wednesday, Jun 15, 2016, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. PDT You can tell almost immediately when a website or app has been designed with the user in mind – it’s intuitive, appealing and effective. As technology firms and other organizations recognize the importance and business value of a great user experience, the demand for UX designers has soared. In this four-course certificate program, you’ll develop a thorough understanding of the core principles of user-centered design. We’ll explore how usability studies and information visualization can influence Web design and product development, and look at the latest innovations in the field. Acquire the in-depth knowledge and skills you need to craft your career in this dynamic profession. Campus location: Sieg Hall (SIG) Campus room: 233 Event types: Information Sessions Event sponsors: Human Centered Design & Engineering More info: www.hcde.washington.edu…

  • Jun 16: Information Session: Bachelor of Science in Human Centered Design & Engineering

    Thu Jun 16, 2016 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm | Thursday, Jun 16, 2016, 2 - 3 p.m. PDT Interested in learning more about the Human Centered Design & Engineering undergraduate program? Join HCDE advisors for an upcoming Information Session. HCDE Info Sessions provide an overview of the HCDE Bachelor of Science degree, including curriculum, admissions requirements, and application deadlines. All Info Sessions are in the HCDE Design Lab, 233 Sieg Hall, on the UW Seattle campus. Join us! Campus location: Sieg Hall (SIG) Campus room: 233 Event types: Information Sessions Facebook: www.facebook.com… More info: hcde.uw.edu…

  • Jul 4: Independence Day (no classes)

    Mon Jul 4, 2016 12:00 am | Monday, Jul 4, 2016 University holiday, no classes Year: 2016 Quarter: Summer Event types: Academics

  • Jul 13: Information Session: Certificate in User-Centered Design

    Wed Jul 13, 2016 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm | Wednesday, Jul 13, 2016, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. PDT You can tell almost immediately when a website or app has been designed with the user in mind – it’s intuitive, appealing and effective. As technology firms and other organizations recognize the importance and business value of a great user experience, the demand for UX designers has soared. In this four-course certificate program, you’ll develop a thorough understanding of the core principles of user-centered design. We’ll explore how usability studies and information visualization can influence Web design and product development, and look at the latest innovations in the field. Acquire the in-depth knowledge and skills you need to craft your career in this dynamic profession. Campus location: Sieg Hall (SIG) Campus room: 233 Event types: Information Sessions Event sponsors: Human Centered Design & Engineering More info: www.hcde.washington.edu…

  • Aug 3: Info Session: Certificate in User-Centered Design

    Wed Aug 3, 2016 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm | Wednesday, Aug 3, 2016, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. PDT You can tell almost immediately when a website or app has been designed with the user in mind – it’s intuitive, appealing and effective. As technology firms and other organizations recognize the importance and business value of a great user experience, the demand for UX designers has soared. In this four-course certificate program, you’ll develop a thorough understanding of the core principles of user-centered design. We’ll explore how usability studies and information visualization can influence Web design and product development, and look at the latest innovations in the field. Acquire the in-depth knowledge and skills you need to craft your career in this dynamic profession. Campus location: Sieg Hall (SIG) Campus room: 233 Event types: Information Sessions Event sponsors: Human Centered Design & Engineering More info: www.hcde.washington.edu…

  • Sep 5: Labor Day (no classes)

    Mon Sep 5, 2016 12:00 am | Monday, Sep 5, 2016 University holiday, no classes Year: 2016 Quarter: Summer Event types: Academics

  • Nov 11: Veteran's Day (no classes)

    Fri Nov 11, 2016 12:00 am | Friday, Nov 11, 2016 University holiday, no classes Year: 2016 Quarter: Autumn Event types: Academics

  • Nov 24: Thanksgiving (no classes)

    Thu Nov 24, 2016 12:00 am | Thursday, Nov 24 - Friday, Nov 25, 2016 University holiday, no classes Year: 2016 Quarter: Autumn Event types: Academics

  • Dec 26: Christmas OBSERVED (no classes)

    Mon Dec 26, 2016 12:00 am | Monday, Dec 26, 2016 University holiday, no classes Year: 2016 Quarter: Autumn Event types: Academics

  • Jan 2: New Year's Day OBSERVED (no classes)

    Mon Jan 2, 2017 12:00 am | Monday, Jan 2, 2017 University holiday, no classes Year: 2017 Quarter: Winter Event types: Academics

  • Jan 16: Martin Luther King Day (no classes)

    Mon Jan 16, 2017 12:00 am | Monday, Jan 16, 2017 University holiday, no classes Year: 2017 Quarter: Winter Event types: Academics

  • Feb 20: President's Day (no classes)

    Mon Feb 20, 2017 12:00 am | Monday, Feb 20, 2017 University holiday, no classes Year: 2017 Quarter: Winter Event types: Academics