GWSS Advisor can help!
Your GWSS Advisor can help you navigate the ins and outs of the major
and minor requirement as well as point you to other departments that could
be offering content that matches the focus of your course of study. But
that is not all. Your GWSS advisor is here to help you thrive in your
time here at University of Washington. Whether it's helping you find the
just right internship placement or filling out a Hardship Withdrawal we
are here to support the whole you. Helping you in your academic success
is more than helping you pick classes, it's helping you access all of
the support services you need to reach your highest potential.
Laura Marquez, GWSS Undergraduate Academic Counselor. For more information
or to schedule a 30 minute advising appointment contact us at email@example.com
Or stop by during drop in hours Tuesday-Thursday 3:00-4:00 p.m. at B110-K,
The Career Center: http://careers.uw.edu/
The Career Center is your one-stop-shop for a host of different resources.
From personal 1 hour appointments to work on your resume to seminars and
meet and greet events with employers from across the region and beyond.
The Career Center is here to help you make the connection between your
course of study and the career you have always dreamed for.
For more information, contact the Career Center at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 206.543.0535. Or just drop by at 134 Mary Gates Hall.
Center for Experiential Learning and Diversity:
Did you know that you could actually get funding for that research project
you have always wanted to take on? The Undergraduate Research Program
(URP), which is housed at the University of Washingtonin the Center for
Experiential Learning and Diversity, Mary Gates Hall 171, under the auspices
of Undergraduate Academic Affairs, facilitates research experiences for
undergraduates with UW faculty members across the disciplines. URP maintains
a listing of current UW research opportunities and national programs.
The URP assists UW undergraduates in:
1. Planning for an undergraduate research experience
2. Identifying faculty mentors and projects
3. Defining research goals
4. Presenting and publishing research findings
5. Seeking funding for research
For more information contact the Center for Experiential Learning &
Diversity at email@example.com or 206.543.4282.
Or stop on by at 171 Mary Gates Hall