Entrepreneurship is a dynamic union of innovation and opportunity, passion and vision, risk and reward.
Lavin Entrepreneurial Action Program prepares a select group of entering University of Washington undergraduate students, of all majors, for entrepreneurial careers. The program works with students who have a passion for entrepreneurship and exposes them to the risks and rewards of entrepreneurship – all in a safe environment. Students will graduate with a comprehensive understanding of entrepreneurship in its various forms, including real experience in starting and running their own company, and a summer internship in an early-stage firm. The Lavin Program integrates students into the local entrepreneurial community by providing networking opportunities and experienced mentors.
By combining entrepreneurship courses with opportunities for practical experience, Lavin students will have the experience, skills, knowledge and network that will be the foundation for their future business ventures – whether at their own start-up or within a larger, established firm.
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Application deadline October 2, 2011
To find out more about CIE Undergraduate Programs, including the accelerated Lavin Program, attend one of the CIE Open Houses. Continue reading
THE GARDEN CLUB OF AMERICA
OFFERS SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS
FOR THE STUDY OF:
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, HORTICULTURE, MEDICINAL BOTANY, ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION, COASTAL WETLANDS, GARDEN HISTORY AND DESIGN, TROPICAL BOTANY, ENDANGERED BIRD HABITAT,FIELD BOTANY, URBAN FORESTRY, DESERT STUDIES, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, AND MUCH MORE
FOR UPDATED INFORMATION, APPLICATIONS, AND DEADLINES GO TO THE WEBSITE:
The Garden Club of America policy conforms with and strongly supports applicable federal and state laws that forbid discrimination on the basis of sex race, disability, religion, age, national origin, or sexual orientation with regard to the application for any of the scholarships The Garden Club of America sponsors.
Check out the following courses that still have space offered from the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences!
Fish 323 Conservation and Management of Aquatic Resources (5)
Fish/Biol 340 Genetics and Molecular Ecology (5)
Fish 423 Aquatic Invasion Ecology (4)
Fish 441 Integrative Environmental Physiology (3/5)
Fish 450 Salmonid Behavior and Life History (3 or 5 credits)
Biol/Fish 473 and 474 Limnology (3/2)
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The Central Caribbean Marine Institute has an immediate opening for a Research and Education Summer Intern to assist with the long-term assessment and monitoring program and the education programme at the Little Cayman Research Centre. Fieldwork includes completing reef coral and fish surveys, lionfish density surveys and research on juvenile coral community structure and assisting the Scientist in Residence with fieldwork and outreach activities.
We seek a well-organized individual who is an excellent communicator preferably with an MSc in Marine Science and a dive master level certification. The intern should have experience in coral reef research protocols, basic underwater photography, and the ability to compile large databases. He/she will have a unique opportunity of gaining field and lab research experience and working with students. Continue reading
From Regina Wandler, Americorps Volunteer Coordinator:
Skagit Land Trust is looking for some volunteers who know their native plants! We are collecting information on vegetation at several of our beautiful, protected sites in Skagit County, from the agricultural flats up into the forested North Cascades. If you’d like to get outside in beautiful areas, practice your plant ID skills, and meet others interested in native plants and conservation, contact Regina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’d love to have you even if you only have one day free – although you’ll enjoy the area so much, you’ll probably want to head out again! Dates of monitoring trips will be between June 9th and June 25th. Please respond with your availability, areas of interest and a short description of your skills!
*It may be possible to carpool to Mount Vernon, and carpooling from Mount Vernon to the properties will be available.*
We have other volunteer opportunities on our website at
Getting Ready for Year 2: Jump-start Your Scholarship Search
Specifically designed for freshmen or sophomores, this introductory workshop offered by the Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards, in collaboration with Housing & Food Services, provides students with information to begin the scholarship search and to develop a competitive edge for merit-based scholarships, many of which will have deadlines during fall quarter. Join us to start planning ahead and get a jump-start on the busy fall.
- Tuesday, May 24, 5:30-6:20pm, McCarty AB
- Wednesday, May 25, 5:30-6:20pm, Lander L-135
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IdeaLab: Retrofitting Communities August 15-19, 2011 in Portland, OR
Just two weeks until the application deadline!
Do you know a student passionate about protecting and preserving the planet? Are they interested in learning how to create innovations that address critical sustainability issues? Nominate them to apply for IdeaLab: Retrofitting Communities, August 15-19 in Portland, OR.
Participation is by application and limited. Deadline for May 31 so apply today!
For more information or to apply visit:
Join us for a dialogue with Food Justice co-author Robert Gottlieb
Monday May 23, 7:00 PM
Architecture Hall 147
University of Washington
Architecture Hall is on the corner of Grant Lane and Stevens Way
East of the intersection of 15th Ave. NE and NE 40th St.
What is food justice? How would we define it? Is there a food justice movement? More info…. Continue reading
Taylor Ricketts, the Director of Conservation Science at the World Wildlife Fund, will be on campus this Friday.
We hope you could join us for this opportunity to meet and engage with one of the foremost leaders in applied conservation science by attending his public talk. Details are:
“Putting Ecosystem Services on the Map”
Anderson Hall 207
Friday, May 20th, 2:30-3:30pm
Please arrive a few minutes early!
Please RSVP to Anne DeMelle at email@example.com.
Do you love working with elementary students? Are you interested in immersing yourself in the beauty and strength of the Native Makah culture? Do you want a deep, engaging, non-traditional learning experience in the Pacific Northwest?
If you answered yes to the above questions, consider applying for the “Telling the Stories of Neah Bay” project, via a partnership between the UW’s Pipeline Project and Neah Bay Elementary School on the Olympic Peninsula. During the 2011-2012 school year, a small group of UW students will take part in a year-long project with Neah Bay Elementary students. Using oral histories, digital story-telling and photography, UW students will learn about the rich history and culture of the Makah people while mentoring 5th grade students to deepen their understanding and exploration of their own Native tribal culture.
To learn more and to apply, go to