Social Cognitive Development Lab

Hello, UW Honors Students
Looking for a research opportunity? The Social Cognitive Development Lab, run by Dr. Kristina Olson in the Psychology Department, is seeking RAs for fall quarter and beyond. Broadly, we study how children understand and interact with various people and groups in their world. To learn more, look at our two 499 postings here and here. You can also email Maddy DeMeules (lab manager) at mrd1992@uw.edu for more information. Thank you and enjoy the rest of summer!

UW Career Center Summer Experience Photo Contest

The UW Career Center is excited to announce their first-ever student photo contest!  They are encouraging any UW student to take a picture of your “Summer Experience,” which can pertain to your internship, part-time job, travel, volunteer, job shadow, etc.  Then, post your pictures via your personal Twitter or Instagram accounts, write a short caption describing the context of the picture, and include the hashtag #UWCCPhoto.   The contest runs from August 22nd-September 24th. There will be prizes awarded! 

You can find the full details of the contest and how to submit photos here: http://careers.uw.edu/Students/Photo-Contest, the Career Center is also tracking photo submissions here: https://tagboard.com/uwccphoto.   

SAT Course Instructor Position- HIRING NOW!

Take a look at this great job opportunity, hiring NOW! Contact them ASAP if interested, they’re looking to hire someone within the next few days!

SAT Course Instructor Wanted
Excellent compensation and fun job!

We are looking for a few dynamic individuals who are fabulous
at the SAT and are interested in rewarding part-time work.
Bonus points for a great sense of humor and public speaking,
teaching, or drama experience.

Please note that a car is necessary for this position.

Come join our terrific staff of much appreciated and well
compensated test prep experts!

To apply, please contact us now at:
awesomejob@mazor.org

Paid Research Opportunity on Mass Movements

Stephen Kosack, a political science professor at UW’s Evans School of Public Affairs, seeks research assistance from advanced undergraduates interested in comparative politics and sociology, particularly popular struggles by disempowered or disenfranchised groups seeking to improve their lives or their government.  You will work with a team to develop a database of mass movements around the world, such as movements of workers, peasants, or religious or ethnic groups.  You must be comfortable working in a team, have strong research skills including attention to detail, and be interested in the challenge of seeking out and synthesizing large amounts of information, often from obscure sources in libraries and online, and then defending your judgments and evidence at meetings with other members of the team who may have reached different conclusions.  You should also have excellent writing skills and familiarity with Word and Excel.  A background in political science, economics, or sociology is a plus, as are reading skills in Spanish, French, Mandarin, and other Asian languages, but I will consider any student with a strong interest in politics and social science research.  Positions will pay $13.39/hour and are available starting in September for 10-15 hours/week.  All research assistants will participate in a one-month training program and a three-month trial period.  To apply, send a resume or CV and a cover letter outlining relevant interests, skills, and experience to massmovementproject@gmail.com

Exciting Autumn Courses!

Looking for another course for Autumn? Still not happy with your schedule? Take a look at the three courses listed below! All three include a challenging, engaging lecture course meeting multiple UW requirements, linked with a composition course that can be used toward either C or W. All three of these offerings include at least one linked composition course taught by senior faculty in IWP (the Interdisciplinary Writing Program), all of whom have received awards for undergraduate teaching.

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Honors 397 B: Leadership Towards a Caring Community

Check out this new seminar we’re offering in Autumn, "Honors 397 B: Leadership Towards a Caring Community—Omoiyari no aru kokusai shakai ni mukete no ridashippu”. While this seminar is only 1 credit, and thus doesn’t fulfill any Honors requirements, it’s a great way to learn more about the relationship between the US and Japan and, if you’re interested, a fabulous way to prepare for the Waseda Global Leadership Program! Sound interesting? Take a look at the course description below or here on our website.

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The Borgen Project Seeking Interns

The Borgen Project, a nonprofit, national campaign that works to fight global poverty by making it a focus of US foreign policy, is currently looking for interns for Fall! They’re currently recruiting…

Political Intern

Graphic Design Intern

Public Relations/Marketing Intern

Human Resources Intern

Development and Fundraising Intern

Donor Relations Intern

Recruiter Intern

Editor Intern

Web Developer Intern

Journalism Intern

For more information on these opportunities, take a look at the internships page on their website.