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Graduate Applications Made Accessible/Understanding Graduate Applications Applying to graduate or professional school—or considering it? Wondering about what to include in your personal statement or letter of intent? This one-hour session is designed to: de-mystify the process of applying to graduate...
Illness scripts are teaching tools that aim to provide clinicians templates of how different diseases and ailments manifest. Through group discussion, we will present a framework for illness scripts, focus on a case study, and explore how balancing justice concerns...
Join us on Wednesday, December 8 at 3:00 PM for the latest panel in the Sports History Series, moderated by Dr. Alyssa Hellrung. The panelists include olympic athlete Katelin Guregian, sportswriter Jayda Evans, historian Raja Rahim and historian Amira Rose...
Every year lots of great books about China get published, books that deserve to be widely read and discussed. Book reviews are helpful, but take months or even years to come out. To make it easier for China scholars to...
Join the Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures and the Ellison Center for Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies for the second event in the 2021-22 Public Lecture Series.   ABOUT THE EVENT This presentation situates the indigenous literatures of Russia within broader...
Speaker: Asli Cansunar, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Washington. Most new countries that break away from a major empire or gain independence from a colonial power grapple with the challenge of creating new state-sponsored national attachments and...
Details forthcoming. For more information, contact Jason Groves at jagroves@uw.edu
Details forthcoming. For more information, contact Maya Angela Smith at mayaas@uw.edu.