Friday, May 10, 2013
- Have stronger interviewing skills as a result of gaining a greater understanding of your future industry and a better awareness of what qualities hiring managers seek in candidates.
- Be able to differentiate yourself from your peers by leveraging the tools and techniques learned in the class.
- Have developed management skills that will position you for success as you transition from academia to a commercial setting.
- Understand how to apply management, teaming and communication skills to address issues that arise in industry settings through the use of corporate sponsor-prepared case studies.
- Two, eight hour sessions led by a certified The Leadership Edge Facilitator (June 6th and June 19th ) – Detailed Syllabus attached
- Cost to student: $50 (Actual value of $1,300, difference covered by scholarship funds provided by SEBA and Corporate Sponsors)
- Program is limited to 20 students
- Program will close with a networking event hosted by SEBA and attended by corporate sponsors, providing you with an exclusive opportunity to meet with industry representatives.
Clients can bring any visual work related to their research or teaching—including figures, diagrams, data plots, presentations and posters—and receive help
from a designer on staff. Design consultants are Design Division graduate students.
The Design Help Desk started as a collaboration between Prof. Karen Cheng (Visual Communication Design) and Asst. Prof. Marco Rolandi (Materials Science and
Engineering) funded by the National Science Foundation. The Design Help Desk is now supported by the UW College of Engineering and the UW Design Division.
Read about the Design Help Desk in UW Today! Also, see our paper, "A Brief Guide to Designing Effective Figures for the Scientific Paper."
No appointment necessary, drop-in only
UW Allen Library Research Commons, Red Room C
Design Consultant for Spring 2013:
Jason Petz, M.Design candidate
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
ENGR 498, ENVIR 495, ENTRE 443/543
- Environmental challenges and opportunities linked to cleantech.
- How to translate an idea into an actual device/product/company
- Market assessment (who would be the customer for this product or service?)
NOW HIRING FOR SUMMER QUARTER!
Make up to $13.50/hr with base pay of $9.19/hr.
Join other students in raising support for UW! Call UW alumni/donors, gain valuable work experience, and learn about schools and departments from guest speakers and deans.
Shifts are: Sun-Thu 5pm-9pm, Sat 10am-2pm, and Sun 1 pm– 5pm & 5pm-9pm
- UW Students Only
- Excellent communication skills required
- Relaxed and Fun Work Environment
- Very Flexible Schedule
- Convenient Office Location
- Quarterly Raises
- Nightly Bonus Opportunities
4333 Brooklyn Ave. NE
Seattle, WA 98195
Visit our website at: http://www.washington.edu/giving/student-calling-program
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
NASA Glenn Research Center¹s (GRC) is seeking suitable candidates to apply for a 2-3-year postdoctoral opportunity tenured at GRC in Cleveland, OH. The full description of the opportunity is described in the attached file which is posted at the GRC section of the NASA Postdoctoral Program (NPP) site at: http://nasa.orau.org/postdoc
Interested candidates may directly contact Dr. Gary Hunter (216 433-6459), the Principal Advisor for the research Opportunity, for further discussions.
Join us for this FREE graduate recruitment fair – Friday, May 17th from 9am to 12pm at the ECC Unity Room!
- Tuesday, May 21, 5:30-6:20pm, McCarty Hall AB
- Wednesday, May 22, 5:30-6:20pm, Poplar Hall 105
Monday, May 6, 2013
We just rolled out Explore, which helps students explore different opportunities available to them based on their school, major and graduation date.
What is COMPASS?
About the Instructors
Liz Neeley (COMPASS Assistant Director of Science Outreach) designs and leads communications training for faculty and researchers across the country, including the prestigious Aldo Leopold Leadership program. She specializes in the social media and multimedia components of COMPASS communications trainings and outreach efforts. She is the contributing author of Escape From the Ivory Tower: A Guide To Making your Science Matter. Chances are you've seen her at major seminars and media events across campus live-tweeting.
Expected Graduation Date:
Title of actual/almost published paper:
Journal submitted to:
Describe your research in 50 words or less, assuming the audience is intelligent, but not necessarily in your discipline.
Why do you want to participate in this Clinic?
What do you hope to get out of this Clinic?
Do you plan to take Clinic 1 (Communicating with the Media)?
Do you plan to take Clinic 2 (Communicating via Social Media)?