Upcoming Calendar Events

  • Mar 5: Business Plan Practicum Resource Nights

    Thu Mar 5, 2015 6:00 pm - 7:50 pm | Thursday, Mar. 5, 2015, 6 - 7:50 p.m. PST Business Plan Competition/Environmental Innovation Challenge (BPC/EIC) Resource Nights, offered throughout winter quarter by the Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship, bring in experts from the local entrepreneurial community to teach various aspects of new venture creation, encompassing topics such as idea generation, the business plan, financials for start-ups, legal issues, bootstrapping your start-up, and how to pitch to investors. Attending BPC/EIC Resource Nights is a great way to prepare for the Business Plan Competition, the Environmental Innovation Challenge, and beyond. Resource Nights are open to all students and the public. Class lectures are recorded and can be watched live. A link to the MediaSite recording is posted to the class schedule website each Thursday; each session will be available to watch throughout winter and spring quarter. Campus location: Dempsey Hall (DEM) Campus room: 104 Event sponsors: Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship Facebook: www.facebook.com… Twitter: twitter.com… More info: www.foster.washington.edu…

  • Mar 6: UX Speaker Series: Nick Finck

    Fri Mar 6, 2015 11:30 am - 12:30 pm | Friday, Mar. 6, 2015, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. PST Nick Finck Head of User Experience, Amazon Web Services There are many things you learn as a UX designer that come from class­rooms, arti­cles, or books. This series cov­ers UX career pro­gres­sion from the per­spec­tive of what is not yet cov­ered in a book. In this first pre­sen­ta­tion of the series I am going to talk about find­ing a niche in what you do within the field of UX and how to build a per­sonal brand that can enable you to get the kinds of jobs and engage­ments you want as you grow you career. About Nick Finck Nick Finck is a user expe­ri­ence pro­fes­sional who has worked in the web indus­try for over a decade. He spe­cial­izes in infor­ma­tion archi­tec­ture, inter­ac­tion design, usabil­ity and user research for web and mobile. Nick has cre­ated web and mobile expe­ri­ences for For­tune 500 com­pa­nies includ­ing Adobe, Intel, REI, Boe­ing, Google, and Oprah.com. He lives and plays in Seat­tle, Wash­ing­ton, where he’s the Senior Man­ager of User Expe­ri­ence at Ama­zon Web Ser­vices (AWS), a highly reli­able, scal­able, low-cost infra­struc­ture plat­form in the cloud. ______________________________________ Please join the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE) for a 10-week seminar this winter on user experience (UX), as industry experts speak about current issues and research in the field. Members of the University of Washington community and the public are welcome. Learn more: hcde.uw.edu… Campus location: Loew Hall (LOW) Campus room: 216 Event sponsors: Human Centered Design & Engineering  Facebook: www.facebook.com… More info: hcde.uw.edu…

  • Mar 10: Technology Mgmt MBA Online Info Session

    Tue Mar 10, 2015 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm | Online Webinar Tuesday, Mar. 10, 2015, 12 - 12:30 p.m. PDT The Technology Management MBA (TMMBA) Program will reshape the way you work in teams, evolve the way you think about leadership and provide new perspectives for tackling complex business challenges. Attend this 30 minute online Information Session to learn more about the program, get your questions answered, and see if this 18-month journey is right for you.  Spouses and guests are always welcome. Please Register HereAbout TMMBA The 18-month TMMBA Program is one of three options for working professionals who want to earn an MBA through the Foster School of Business. Designed for people who are passionate about technology and entrepreneurism, the program offers a comprehensive business management curriculum with an emphasis on innovation and leadership. Modeled on an Executive MBA format, students benefit from a full range of support and services. Classes take place at the Eastside Executive Center in Kirkland, where TMMBA students learn from UW Foster faculty who are thought leaders in their fields. Earning a Foster MBA from the TMMBA Program, you’ll learn alongside talented peers and join an extensive network of high-caliber professionals and innovators from around the world. Event sponsors: TMMBA Program, ​tmmba@uw.edu More info: foster.hobsonsradius.com…

  • Mar 10: MolES Seminar: Luis Campos, Columbia University

    Tue Mar 10, 2015 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Tuesday, Mar. 10, 2015, 3 - 4 p.m. PDT Thiophene Rust in Organic Electronics The combination of Barbarella’s pioneering work on thiophene-1,1-dioxide (TDO) coupled with the development of Rozen’s reagent has allowed us to engineer materials for organic electronics. The controlled chemical oxidation of thiophene engages the lone-pair electrons in sulfur to bond with oxygen, generating TDO, a non-aromatic, diene-like building block with a strong dipole moment. When coupled with other conjugated systems, TDO lowers the LUMO of the resulting material. This talk will discuss the controlled chemical oxidation of polymers, in addition to the exceptional physical properties that arise from small molecules and polymers containing TDO. The importance of these materials in single-molecule electronics and third-generation solar cells will be emphasized. Bio Luis M. Campos is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Columbia University since 2011. He was born in Guadalajara, Mexico, and moved at an early age to Los Angeles, where he began his Californian public education. He received a B.Sc. in Chemistry from CSU Dominguez Hills in 2001, and a Ph.D. from the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at UCLA in 2006 working under the supervision of M. A. Garcia-Garibay and K. N. Houk. At UCLA, he was awarded the NSF Predoctoral Fellowship, Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship, and the Saul & Silvia Winstein Award for his graduate research in solid-state photochemistry. Switching to materials chemistry, he went to UCSB as a UC President's Postdoctoral Fellow to work under the supervision of C. J. Hawker at the Materials Research Laboratory. Currently, his group’s research interests lie in polymer chemistry, self-assembly, and organic electronic materials. To date, he has published over 50 articles and 8 patents, and has been recipient of the NSF CAREER, 3M Non-Tenured Faculty, and the Cottrell Scholar Award. Campus location: Johnson Hall (JHN) Campus room: Johnson 075 Event sponsors: The weekly seminar series organized by Molecular Engineering and Sciences Institute provides a forum for bringing national and international leaders in nanoscale science and technology to campus, and for graduate students enrolled in our Dual Ph.D. program in Nanotechnology to present their research. The campus and public are welcome to attend. Twitter: #MolESseminar

  • Mar 10: HCDE Invited Lecture: Katie Pine - "Creating the Data-Driven World: Measurement, Work, and Accountability in the Digital Age"

    Tue Mar 10, 2015 9:30 pm - 10:30 pm | Tuesday, Mar. 10, 2015, 9:30 - 10:30 p.m. PDT Abstract: Diverse domains including education, healthcare, business, sustainability, and social services are attempting to harness IT and data science to manage individual and organizational performance.  Unfolding amidst a backdrop of public and institutional pressure for audit, data-driven accountability practices are used to transfer policy to practice through tying quantitative outcomes to consequential valuation schemes.  The emerging regime of data-driven accountability is shifting the way in which we govern the practices of individuals and organizations.  The stakes are large: accounting practices are never merely neutral depictions of facts, they are calculative devices, embedded in sociotechnical systems, which shape the way in which we understand and act upon things.  Yet, we know very little about the social, cultural, and organizational implications of creating a data-driven world.   Through multi-sited ethnography centered in the rich domain of healthcare and obstetrics, I present multiple projects that address different facets of the practice and consequences of data-driven accountability.  I begin at the bedside, examining how implementation of an Electronic Health Record imposes a continuous electronic audit of clinical work that shifts the balance between institutional logics of practice and situated logics of workers, resulting in unintended organizational consequences as well as creative but costly adaptations in practice.  Next, I examine the sociomaterial practice of designing measurements to make problems visible and actionable.  Generating data and enacting a performance measurement to bring about a change in clinical practice requires complex interdisciplinary labor, a challenge heightened by the current inadequacy of infrastructure to facilitate data-driven accountability.  Finally, I describe a project centered on understanding the practices of engaging in collaborative interdisciplinary research necessitated by complex engineering and design problems, such as those presented by healthcare and social impact design.    Bio: Katie Pine is an Assistant Project Scientist in the Department of Informatics at the University of California, Irvine. Her work focuses on technologically mediated change in the health domain.  Pine’s current projects include: researching how the design and implementation of electronic health records and patient monitoring technologies shape and change healthcare practice and a multi-sited ethnography examining the use of data science to measure and regulate organizational performance.  Her work has appeared at ACM SIGCHI, CSCW, and other venues.  She has a Ph.D. in Environmental Analysis and Design from University of California, Irvine and worked previously as a postdoctoral research engineer in the UXR group at Intel Labs. Campus location: Sieg Hall (SIG) Campus room: Sieg Hall room 233 Event sponsors: Human Centered Design & Engineering More info: hcde.uw.edu

  • Mar 12: HCDE Lecture: Carl DiSalvo - Designs for Foraging

    Thu Mar 12, 2015 9:30 am - 10:30 am | Thursday, Mar. 12, 2015, 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. PDT ABSTRACT Foraging is the activity of collecting fruits and vegetables from sites other than farms or orchards, such as collecting apples from trees in parks or mustard greens from abandoned lots. The Designs for Foraging project is an ongoing, multi-year design research project exploring how to support urban foragers, and the project also provides the opportunity to theorize the role of design in new economic and civic contexts. In this talk I’ll present ethnographic work into the practices of foraging and research through design work investigating the use of hobbyist drones to support foraging. Drawing together scholarship from Science and Technology Studies, Economic Geography, and Design Studies, I’ll discuss how designing for foraging produces insight into the challenges and opportunities of designing for shifting scales of practice. Specifically, I argue that foraging exemplifies a shift towards post-capitalist economics and hybrid civic services. This, then, requires new product-service ecologies and new approaches to understanding and analyzing material participation in matters of public concern. BIO Carl DiSalvo is an Associate Professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication at the Georgia Institute of Technology. At Georgia Tech he directs the Public Design Workshop: a design research studio exploring socially-engaged design practices and civic media. He is also the co-director of the Intel Science and Technology Center for Social Computing.  He publishes regularly in design, science and technology studies, and human-computer interaction journals and conference proceedings. His first book, Adversarial Design, was published MIT Press in 2012. DiSalvo’s experimental design work has been exhibited and supported by the ZKM, Grey Area Foundation for the Arts, Times Square Arts Alliance, Science Gallery Dublin, and the Walker Arts Center. DiSalvo holds a Ph.D. in Design from Carnegie Mellon University (2006). Campus location: Sieg Hall (SIG) Campus room: Sieg Hall, room 233

  • Mar 12: Business Plan Practicum Resource Nights

    Thu Mar 12, 2015 6:00 pm - 7:50 pm | Thursday, Mar. 12, 2015, 6 - 7:50 p.m. PDT Business Plan Competition/Environmental Innovation Challenge (BPC/EIC) Resource Nights, offered throughout winter quarter by the Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship, bring in experts from the local entrepreneurial community to teach various aspects of new venture creation, encompassing topics such as idea generation, the business plan, financials for start-ups, legal issues, bootstrapping your start-up, and how to pitch to investors. Attending BPC/EIC Resource Nights is a great way to prepare for the Business Plan Competition, the Environmental Innovation Challenge, and beyond. Resource Nights are open to all students and the public. Class lectures are recorded and can be watched live. A link to the MediaSite recording is posted to the class schedule website each Thursday; each session will be available to watch throughout winter and spring quarter. Campus location: Dempsey Hall (DEM) Campus room: 104 Event sponsors: Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship Facebook: www.facebook.com… Twitter: twitter.com… More info: www.foster.washington.edu…

  • Mar 13: UX Speaker Series: Sarah Zuberec

    Fri Mar 13, 2015 11:30 am - 12:30 pm | Friday, Mar. 13, 2015, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. PDT Sarah Zuberec Lecturer, University of Washington Please join the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE) for a 10-week seminar this winter on user experience (UX), as industry experts speak about current issues and research in the field. Members of the University of Washington community and the public are welcome. Learn more: hcde.uw.edu… Campus location: Loew Hall (LOW) Campus room: 216 Event sponsors: Human Centered Design & Engineering  More info: hcde.uw.edu…

  • Mar 16: CoSSaR Kickoff: Security, Safety & Regional Resilience

    Mon Mar 16, 2015 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm | Monday, Mar. 16, 2015, 4 - 6 p.m. PDT Please join the department of Human Centered Design & Engineering CoSSaR team as we thank the Puget Sound security and safety community;  present results from year one of the Maritime Operational Information Sharing Analysis (MOISA) project;  explore future opportunities; and officially launch the new CoSSaR Center. Please RSVP by emailing us at cossar@uw.edu. Campus location: Student Union Building (HUB) Campus room: 160, HUB Lyceum Event sponsors: The department of Human Centered Design & Engineering More info: www.hcde.washington.edu…

  • Mar 19: 2015 NAE Regional Meeting -- Members Only

    Thu Mar 19, 2015 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm | Thursday, Mar. 19, 2015, 12 - 2 p.m. PDT NAE Members Only Meeting & Luncheon More info at NAE regional meeting website Campus location: Student Union Building (HUB) Campus room: Room 145 Event sponsors: National Academy of Engineering More info: www.engr.washington.edu…

  • Mar 19: Reverse Engineering the Brain - NAE public symposium

    Thu Mar 19, 2015 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm | Thursday, Mar. 19, 2015, 2 - 6 p.m. PDT 2015 NAE Regional Meeting at the University of Washington 2 p.m. - A public symposium entitled "Reverse Engineering the Brain" with UW faculty. Registration required: bit.ly/uwnae2015 3:45 p.m. - Panel discussion  followed by a reception See the complete agenda with links to speaker bios Campus location: Student Union Building (HUB) Campus room: Lyceum Event sponsors: National Academy of Engineering More info: www.engr.washington.edu…

  • Mar 19: HCDE Lecture: David Ribes - A sociotechnical history

    Thu Mar 19, 2015 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm | Thursday, Mar. 19, 2015, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. PDT Abstract: This presentation will traverse the history of HIV/AIDS from the perspective of three ‘stacked' infrastructures that have supported research of that disease. In 1983, early in the epidemic, scientists founded the MACS to study a cohort of gay and bisexual men at risk for AIDS. Continuing to the present, the MACS has sustained a stable ‘kernel’ of resources to support research, such as a vast archive of data and specimens. In 1995, responding to a multi-pronged critique by AIDS activists, feminists and scientists, a new research infrastructure was founded focusing on women with HIV, called the WIHS. The WIHS was modeled on the MACS, sharing common methods and instruments to enable collaborative investigations. Lastly, in 2006, the NA-ACCORD was founded with the goal of integrating many HIV/AIDS infrastructures, including the MACS and the WIHS — a new organizational form for biomedicine inspired by Big Data and Cyberinfrastructure movements. By traversing the history of AIDS ‘through’ its infrastructures we can better understand the limits of our knowledge, and more broadly, the social and technical legacy-challenges faced by contemporary ecologies of infrastructure. For those seeking some additional background, components of this talk are published here for an STS audience, and here with a CSCW audience in mind. Bio: David Ribes is assistant professor in Communication, Culture and Technology (CCT) at Georgetown University, and during 2014/15 holds a faculty fellowship at Princeton University's Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP). He is a sociologist of science and technology who focuses on the development and sustainability of research infrastructures (i.e., networked information technologies for the support of interdisciplinary science); their relation to long-term changes in the conduct of science; and, epistemic transformations in objects of research.  David has a degree in Sociology, and is regular contributor to the fields of Science and Technology Studies (STS) and Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW). His methods are ethnographic, archival-historical and comparative. See davidribes.com for more. Campus location: Sieg Hall (SIG) Campus room: Sieg Hall, room 233 Event sponsors: Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering

  • Mar 24: UW TechConnect Conference 2015

    Tue Mar 24, 2015 8:00 am - 5:30 pm | Tuesday, Mar. 24, 2015, 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. PDT Mark your calendars for the second annual UW TechConnect Conference to be held on March 24 on the Seattle campus at the Husky Union Building.  The conference provides an opportunity for UW information technology colleagues to learn about what is happening across the University, explore a wide range of IT communities, and make connections with colleagues who share common interests and challenges. For more information, contact TechConnectHelp@uw.edu. Campus location: Student Union Building (HUB) Event sponsors: UW Information Technology and UW Computing Directors More info: depts.washington.edu…

  • Apr 2: UW Environmental Innovation Challenge

    Thu Apr 2, 2015 1:00 pm - 6:30 pm | Seattle Center Exhibition Hall301 Mercer St, under the Pacific NW Ballet Thursday, Apr. 2, 2015, 1 - 6:30 p.m. PDT Facebook: www.facebook.com… More info: www.foster.washington.edu…

  • Apr 9: CEI Interdisciplinary Seminar: Henry Snaith, U of Oxford Department of Physics

    Thu Apr 9, 2015 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Thursday, Apr. 9, 2015, 4 - 5 p.m. PDT The Clean Energy Institute Interdisciplinary Seminar Series was established to bring distinguished leaders in the field of clean energy to campus to present their research and meet students, postdocs, and faculty from departments across the Colleges of Arts & Sciences, Engineering, and the Environment. CEI seminars take place regularly throughout the quarter on Thursday afternoons. Campus room: TBD Event sponsors: UW Clean Energy Institute

  • Apr 10: Paws-on Science

    Fri Apr 10, 2015 12:00 am | Pacific Science Center Friday, Apr. 10 - Sunday, Apr. 12, 2015 Huskies of all ages are invited to join UW scientists and researchers for fun, interactive activities and exhibits. From looking at worms up close to exploring how music can help you learn science, Paws-on Science offers something for the whole family. UW faculty, staff, students and UWAA members will get a minimum 22% discount on exhibits admission for the duration of the event. Just show your Husky Card or your UW Alumni Association Member Card.

  • Apr 23: CEI Seminar: Ross Baldick, U of Texas

    Thu Apr 23, 2015 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Thursday, Apr. 23, 2015, 4 - 5 p.m. PDT The Clean Energy Institute Interdisciplinary Seminar Series was established to bring distinguished leaders in the field of clean energy to campus to present their research and meet students, postdocs, and faculty from departments across the Colleges of Arts & Sciences, Engineering, and the Environment. CEI seminars take place regularly throughout the quarter on Thursday afternoons. Campus room: TBD Event sponsors: UW Clean Energy Institute

  • Apr 24: Engineering Discovery Days - 4th - 8th grade

    Fri Apr 24, 2015 9:00 am - 2:00 pm | Friday, Apr. 24, 2015, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. PDT Students and faculty from all UW engineering departments share their work with students, teachers, families and the community. We hope you will join us for hands-on fun and learning. While both Friday, April 24 and Saturday, April 25 are free and open to everyone, Friday's presentations are directed more for 4th-8th grade students. Large groups needing parking for buses should register in advance.  All attendees can check in in front of Loew Hall. Exhibits are located throughout UW Engineering buildings and on lawns. While food is available for purchase on campus, to make the most of your time, we suggest you pack lunch. Campus location: Loew Hall (LOW) Event sponsors: UW Engineering Student Academic Services Facebook: www.facebook.com… More info: www.engr.washington.edu…

  • Apr 25: Engineering Discovery Days - High Schoolers

    Sat Apr 25, 2015 9:00 am - 2:00 pm | Saturday, Apr. 25, 2015, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. PDT Students and faculty from all UW engineering departments share their work with students, teachers, families and the community. We hope you will join us for hands-on fun and learning. While both Friday, April 24 and Saturday, April 25 are free and open to everyone, Saturday's presentations are directed more for high school students considering applying to UW.  Large groups needing parking for buses should register in advance.  All attendees can check in in front of Loew Hall. Exhibits are located throughout UW Engineering buildings and on lawns. While food is available for purchase on campus, to make the most of your time, we suggest you pack lunch. Campus location: Loew Hall (LOW) Event sponsors: UW Engineering Student Academic Services Facebook: www.facebook.com… More info: www.engr.washington.edu…

  • May 2: WiSE Orientation for newly admitted pre-engineering women

    Sat May 2, 2015 9:00 am - 2:00 pm | Saturday, May 2, 2015, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. PDT A  Women in Engineering orientation for women newly admitted as first-year pre-engineering majors. Event sponsors: UW Women in Science & Engineering Facebook: www.facebook.com… More info: www.engr.washington.edu…

  • May 6: CEI Interdisciplinary Seminar: Mr. Tien Duong U.S. Department of Energy, Vehicle Technologies Office

    Wed May 6, 2015 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Wednesday, May 6, 2015, 4 - 5 p.m. PDT The Clean Energy Institute Interdisciplinary Seminar Series was established to bring distinguished leaders in the field of clean energy to campus to present their research and meet students, postdocs, and faculty from departments across the Colleges of Arts & Sciences, Engineering, and the Environment. CEI seminars take place regularly throughout the quarter on Thursday afternoons. Campus room: TBD Event sponsors: UW Clean Energy Institute

  • May 7: CEI Interdisciplinary Seminar: Dr. Xiao-qing Yang Brookhaven National Laboratory

    Thu May 7, 2015 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Thursday, May 7, 2015, 4 - 5 p.m. PDT The Clean Energy Institute Interdisciplinary Seminar Series was established to bring distinguished leaders in the field of clean energy to campus to present their research and meet students, postdocs, and faculty from departments across the Colleges of Arts & Sciences, Engineering, and the Environment. CEI seminars take place regularly throughout the quarter on Thursday afternoons. Campus room: TBD Event sponsors: UW Clean Energy Institute

  • May 21: CEI Interdisciplinary Seminar: Ronald L. Litzinger, President, Southern California Edison

    Thu May 21, 2015 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Thursday, May 21, 2015, 4 - 5 p.m. PDT The Clean Energy Institute Interdisciplinary Seminar Series was established to bring distinguished leaders in the field of clean energy to campus to present their research and meet students, postdocs, and faculty from departments across the Colleges of Arts & Sciences, Engineering, and the Environment. CEI seminars take place regularly throughout the quarter on Thursday afternoons. Bio: Ronald L. Litzinger is president of Southern California Edison (SCE), one of the nation's largest investor-owned electric utilities that safely provides reliable and affordable electricity to nearly 5 million customers in a 50,000-square-mile service area within Central, Coastal and Southern California. Litzinger became president in January 2011. From 2008 to 2010, Litzinger was chairman, president and chief executive officer of Edison Mission Group (EMG), the competitive power generation business of Edison International. EMG is the parent company of Edison Mission Energy (EME) and Edison Capital. Litzinger joined Edison as an engineer at SCE in 1986 and since has served in a variety of capacities throughout Edison International’s companies. He moved to EME in 1995 and was named vice president there in 1998. From 1999 to 2002, he served as EME’s senior vice president of worldwide operations and as senior vice president and chief technical officer in 2002. In 2004, he was named vice president of Strategic Planning for Edison International and the following year, he was named senior vice president for SCE’s Transmission and Distribution Business Unit. Before joining Edison, Litzinger was an engineer for Texaco subsidiaries. Litzinger serves on the Board of Directors of AEGIS (Associate Electric & Gas Insurance Services Limited). He is on the Board of the CalChamber (California Chamber of Commerce) and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association, and is a member of the Visiting Committee at the University of Washington’s College of Engineering. Litzinger earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Washington and a master’s degree in management from the University of Redlands. Campus room: TBD Event sponsors: UW Clean Energy Institute

  • May 25: Memorial Day (no classes)

    Mon May 25, 2015 12:00 am | Monday, May 25, 2015 University holiday, no classes Year: 2015 Quarter: Spring

  • May 31: UW Day with the Sounders

    Sun May 31, 2015 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm | CenturyLink Field800 Occidental Ave SSeattle, WA 98134 Sunday, May 31, 2015, 2 - 6 p.m. PDT Join fellow Huskies for UW Day with the Seattle Sounders FC when they take on the New York Red Bulls on May 31. The UWAA has discounted seats for members, alumni, students, parents, families, friends, faculty, staff and retirees; a portion of every ticket sold goes toward UW student scholarship programs. Scarves up! UWAA members will receive a free, limited-edition UW/Sounders FC fan scarf. While supplies last, members can pick one up at the UWAA table—just show your member card. Alumni Event Types: Athletic Host(s): UW Alumni Association Cost: Ticket and registration information to come. Info: UW Alumni Association, 206-543-0540 or 1-800-AUW-ALUM Region: PugetSound_Huskies, WA_Puget Sound

  • Jul 3: Independence Day (no classes)

    Fri Jul 3, 2015 12:00 am | Friday, July 3, 2015 University holiday, no classes Year: 2015 Quarter: Summer