Here is the link to our website to read further about Pipeline autumn courses: http://expd.washington.edu/pipeline/inner/autumn-2015-seminars.html
Tuesday, August 4, 2015
This is a dynamic opportunity for undergraduates to earn credit and also gain experience working in K-12 classrooms!!
One specific course of interest is called, Leadership and Educational Equity! Check it out here: http://expd.washington.edu/pipeline/inner/autumn-2015/leadership-and-educational-equity.html
ESRM 320, Marketing and Management from a Sustainability
TU/TH 4:30-6:50 PM
ESRM 320 is an introductory business courses designed for non-business majors, has NO prerequisites, and gives NW and I&S credit. Course info is at htthttps://canvas.uw.edu/courses/989152/assignments/syllabus.html
For-profit companies and non-profit organizations use marketing and human resources to create and deliver products, services, and ideas. This course explores: 1) business practices that are aligned with environmental stewardship and social responsibility standards; 2) the concepts and models of a market orientation; 3) how markets are researched and targeted, and products positioned, to meet consumer needs; 4) creating and pricing products, developing distribution channels, and implementing promotion campaigns; 5) managerial and leadership skills and styles; 6) how companies motivate employees and develop human capital; and 7) methods for recruiting, selecting, training, and evaluating employees. What does sustainability mean, and how is it manifested in business? Various definitions of sustainability have been used, but all share a common understanding that sustainability refers to integrating environmental, social responsibility, and financial/economic elements in order to meet the needs of people today without compromising Earth’s capacity to provide for future generations. Said another way, practicing sustainability involves balancing the three Ps: planet, people, and profits.
Monday, August 3, 2015
B H 460
Reflections on Responsibility, Research & Society
ethical and policy issues emerging from conduct of research
Autumn quarter undergrad seminar course
Tues & Thurs
no add code required
This course: Explores ethical and policy issues that emerge from conduct of basic, applied, translational, community-based, and biomedical research.
Topics include: research misconduct, welfare of laboratory animals, human subjects research, conflicts of interest, collaborative research, data collection and management, mentorship and training, publication, authorship, and peer review. Through a combination of lecture, small group discussion and activities, and assigned case studies this course provides historical perspectives and presents the current ethical, institutional issues, and debates that arise during all phases of the conduct of research: (1) design and planning, (2) implementation, and (3) dissemination.
Target audience: Students with a broad range of exposure to research environments would benefit from this course. The course will be of interest to students considering team science and interdisciplinary research approaches.
Student comments: The guest speakers were excellent. Greatly appreciated how an effort was made to bring in speakers relevant to our interests! Very good class! The various topics & categories the course was divided into was very helpful. Also, discussion after each topic helped with better understanding of the topic being discussed.
SEBA Work Day 2
When: Tuesday, August 4 7:30-9:00 PM
Where: Foege N230
What: Do you want to be more involved in SEBA? Come work with current SEBA officers to plan events for the upcoming academic year! We'll have free food!
RSVP Here: http://goo.gl/forms/7iyNq9jne3. Foege locks at 6PM, so email firstname.lastname@example.org to be let in.
SBIR Road Tour
When: Wednesday, August 19
Where: 200 Startup Hall, 1100 NE Campus Parkway
What: The SBIR Road Tour is a national outreach effort to convey the non-dilutive technology funding opportunity provided through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. The SBIR/STTR programs annually provide $2.5 billion in funding to small advanced technology firms to spur new technological discoveries and facilitate the commercialization of innovations. Together they represent America's Largest Seed Fund.
Local innovation supporters in communities who have historically underutilized the opportunities provided through the SBIR/STTR programs have invited representatives of America's Largest Seed Fund to engage the small advanced technology community, including women and minority-owned research and development businesses. Every SBIR Road Tour stop represents a coveted opportunity to meet directly with Federal and State Program Managers who seed a wide spectrum of innovative ideas, while learning about your state sponsored innovation support infrastructure. For more info visit http://www.sbirroadtour.com/sbir.php.
If you would like to attend, let us know. The coupon code M3mb3r can be used to get a discount on registration and we will reimburse the cost in exchange for writing a blog post
WTIA Full ConTech: The Ultimate Tournament For Technologists
When: Tuesday, September 15th, ALL DAY EVENT
Where: Washington State Convention Center
What: The WTIA is looking for volunteers to help out at this year's Full ConTech, where the region’s leading technology, education, business, and government professionals come together to explore how to solve the workforce and infrastructure challenges that plague our economy. The full-day conference will be organized in a reverse bracket style tournament. Click here for details. Email email@example.com if you are interested in helping out!