Winter Dawg Daze Schedule

Week 1

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Winter Dawg Daze Kickoff                                               11:30a-1:00p (Drop-in Event) —  HUB Lyceum

Join us at the Winter Dawg Daze Kickoff and Resource Fair!  We’ll have free food and information about
campus resources!  Submit your FREE registration for kickoff at uwdawgdaze.com!

 

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Commuter and Transfer Appreciation Day                11:30a-1:30p — Commuter Commons, HUB 141

Join us at the Commuter Commons as we appreciate both commuter students and transfer students all day! From 8:00-10:00 am, Grab and Go Breakfast is FREE with coffee and breakfast pastries. Freshly made popcorn will be available from  10:00am -12:00pm. From 12:00-6:00 pm, grab some pizza and join students in the HUB Games for free bowling, pool, and more! Food is available while supplies last.

 

Welcome to U-Dub with FREE games at the HUB     12:00-6:00p — HUB Games Area

All First-year students are invited to join us in the HUB Games area for free games.  Start your quarter off right by meeting new people, expanding your community, and enjoying HUB games!

 

FIUTS Wednesday Lunch                                                   11:30a-1:30p — HUB, South Ballroom

FIUTS is the Foundation for International Understanding Through Students.  Join us once a month during the UW academic quarters for FREE food and great conversation. The lunch is open to all on campus.  FIUTS Wednesday Lunch is a wonderful place to meet people from all over the world and find out about what’s happening at FIUTS.  Please bring your own mug or cup for drinks. The drinks are FREE but the cups won’t be. You’ll be able to purchase a disposable cup for $1 or get a FIUTS water bottle for $8.

 

Dawg Daze Resource Series                                               1:30-4:30p – HUB, Multiple Rooms

The Academic Resource Series will take place on the afternoons of Wednesday, January 8th and Thursday, January 9th.  Check out our listed schedule to see the wide variety of workshops available just for you.  Topics range from academic major information to using social media in your job search.  See the full Resource Series schedule here!

 

Explore what it means to be a French or Italian Major              2:00-3:00p — Padelford, B202

During this session we will talk about what it means to be a French and/or Italian Major.  Light ITALIAN and FRENCH refreshments provided!

 

The Future of Medicine: Bioengineering at the UW                     3:00-4:30p – William H. Foege Building, Room N130

Come learn how students in the UW Department of Bioengineering are inventing the future of medicine.  Take a lab tour, meet current BIOE students, and learn about cutting-edge research happening right here on the UW campus.  Space is limited, so arrive early!

 

Swag Swap & Rally Spot:                                                     4:45p-5:00p — Commuter Commons, HUB 141

Come exchange gear from other colleges and universities for a new Husky T-shirt.  We will head straight to the game after the swap. This is a great rally spot to meet up with other students going to the basketball game!

Men’s Basketball vs. Utah                                                   8:00p — Alaska Airlines Arena at the Hec Edmundson Pavilion

If you didn’t win tickets from FYP, you can still go to the Husky Ticket Office to purchase tickets at the student rate of $11 with your Husky Card.

 

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Commuter Meet-up                                                              11:30a-1:30p — Commuter Commons, HUB 141

Swing by the Commuter Commons to experience your Home in the Hub!  Learn about resources available to commuter students, including Peer Advising and CLUE tutoring, connect with fellow commuters (maybe even find a carpool buddy!) and grab a FREE warm beverage and bite to eat.

Dawg Daze Resource Series                                                1:30 pm-4:30p — HUB Multiple Rooms

The Academic Resource Series will take place on the afternoons of Wednesday, January 8th and Thursday, January 9th.  Check out our listed schedule to see the wide variety of workshops available just for you.  Topics range from academic major information to using social media in your job search.  See the full Resource Series schedule here!

 

Law, Societies & Justice Major Info Session and Application Workshop        12:30a-1:30p — Gowen Hall, Room 1A (Olson Room)

This is your opportunity to learn more about the Law, Societies & Justice Major requirements, course offerings, admissions prerequisites, and application process. The second half of the session will provide tips for writing the personal statement portion of the major application, as well as a Q&A session with the LSJ Adviser. LSJ major applications for Winter quarter are due January 17th, so this is a great opportunity to get your questions answered! No RSVP required.

Electrical Engineering Undergraduate Program Information Session    12:30a-1:30p — Electrical Engineering Department, Room 303

Interested in Electronic Devices, Microprocessors, or Signals? Thinking about applying for admission to the Electrical Engineering Department? Come to an EE information session and learn about the major, the ins and outs of the application and have your questions answered directly from an advisor.

 

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Women’s Basketball vs. WSU                                   3:00p — Alaska Airlines Arena at the Hec Edmundson Pavilion

Game admission is FREE with Husky Card.

Week 2

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Undergraduate Research Luncheon                             11:30 am-1:00p — Mary Gates Hall 171

Join the Undergraduate Research Program’s Undergraduate Research Leaders (URLs) for a FREE lunch. The URLs are a group of outstanding undergraduate researchers from a variety of campus disciplines. URLs will be sharing their experiences and talking about how to get in involved in undergraduate research on campus, as well as how to tap into numerous resources to help you along the way.

 

Experiential Learning and Diversity Open House                             1:00p-4:00p — Mary Gates Hall 171

Come see what EXPD has to offer! We house nine different programs including: Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center; Early Identification Program; Global Opportunities; Jumpstart; Mary Gates Endowment; Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards; Pipeline Project; Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program; and Undergraduate Research.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Urban Cycling Skills Workshop                             12:30p-1:30p — HUB 337

This lively hour long workshop will cover the basics of how to ride in the city, helping you build your skills and confidence to ride wherever you want to go in Seattle. A Cascade Bicycle Club cycling instructor will be on hand. Open to all UW students and employees. Bring your questions!

 

The Future of Medicine: Bioengineering at the UW                     3:00-4:30p – William H. Foege Building, Room N230

Come learn how students in the UW Department of Bioengineering are inventing the future of medicine.  Take a lab tour, meet current BIOE students, and learn about cutting-edge research happening right here on the UW campus.  Space is limited, so arrive early!

Week 3

Monday, January 20, 2014

MLK Jr. Day of Service                                                9:00a-3:00p — HUB Lyceum

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” The Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center has partnered with the United Way of King County to coordinate a variety of service projects with local nonprofit organizations on the MLK Holiday. Families are welcome to join us!  Click to register for the Dawg Daze MLK volunteer team

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Employer Conversations: Jobs for Bachelors Candidates in the Sciences                   4:30a-6:30p — HUB 145

This Employer Conversation will host a panel of 4-5 employers sharing insights for Bachelor’s-level candidates on how to pursue a job or internship search in the sciences. Panel will be moderated by a member of the Career Center counseling team.

Wednesday, January 30, 2014

Science Employers Industry Night                                                                                               2:00-4:00p – MGH Commons

Are you a undergraduate science student at the UW – physical sciences, biological sciences, ChemE or BioE?  Then don’t miss the first-ever Science Job & Internship Fair!  This unique mini-career fair will give you the opportunity to connect directly with recruiters from local and/or national companies who are looking to hire UW science students for job or internship opportunities.