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EXHIBIT: Opening Doors: Contemporary African American Academic Surgeons

The role of African Americans as health care providers in the history of medicine is a story often overlooked. Yet, early black physicians not only became skilled practitioners, but also educators and trailblazers, paving the way for future physicians, surgeons, and nurses and opening doors to better health care for African American communities. This National Library of Medicine traveling exhibit recognizes the achievements of these pioneers by examining this long tradition and highlighting contemporary surgeons and educators who exemplify excellence in their fields. Campus location: Magnuson Health Sciences Center T (HST). Campus room: Health Sciences Library, Second Floor. Event types: Exhibits. Event sponsors: U.S. National Library of Medicine , Health Sciences Library. Monday, October 14, 2019 – Saturday, November 23, 2019.

CNT Fall Open House

Are you an undergraduate or graduate student interested in neurotechnology? Learn about research at the Center for Neurotechnology (CNT), and how you can get involved! The CNT is developing devices and methods to help people recover from spinal cord injury, stroke and other neurological disorders. More information about the center is at http://centerforneurotech.org. This event is open to the UW Campus Community and is hosted by the CNT Student Leadership Council (SLC). 11:00 a.m. – Noon: Hear from CNT faculty and students about their research Noon – 12:45 p.m.: Ask researchers from different CNT research teams about their work (computational neuroscience, experimental neuroscience, hardware development, neuroethics). Lunch will be provided. 12:45 – 2:30 p.m.: Attend a poster session to talk with CNT students about their work and see demonstrations of ongoing projects (and eat snacks). 2:30 – 4:00 p.m.: Break 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.: Reconvene for happy hour (with more snacks). For more inform… Campus location: Bill & Melinda Gates Center for Computer Science & Engineering (CSE2). Campus room: Rooms 371 and 382. Event types: Academics. Information Sessions. Special Events. Student Activities. Event sponsors: Center for Neurotechnology. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/422358311751529/. Monday, October 14, 2019, 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

UW Society for Ecological Restoration Fall Meeting

Come one, come all to the SER-UW Fall Quarter meeting! Learn more about the Society for Ecological Restoration and the opportunities we have for hands-on volunteer work, officer positions, and undergraduate/graduate student projects! This may be our most important meeting of the year as we will be reviewing what we've done, what we want to do, and recruiting new officers/volunteers for next year! Don't miss this opportunity to eat tasty pizza with wonderful people while hearing all you need to know about the SER-UW. Can't make the meeting? No problem! Visit our website for more information. . Campus location: Anderson Hall (AND). Campus room: Anderson 207 (Forest Club Room). Event types: Meetings. Student Activities. Event sponsors: Society for Ecological Restoration, UW Chapter. Monday, October 14, 2019, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. For more info visit sites.uw.edu.

Join Us For Open House! Othello - UW Commons

. Campus room: Commons Area. Event types: Not Specified. Monday, October 14, 2019, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM. 4200 S. Othello St. Suite 117 Seattle, WA 98118. For more info visit www.washington.edu.

Digital Scholarship Project Help Office Hours

Thinking about a digital scholarship or digital publishing project? Come meet with a librarian and instructional technologist!  We help with the following: • Describe your project • Learn about Libraries support options • Incorporate best practices • Determine next steps. Campus location: Allen Library (ALB). Campus room: Research Commons Consultation Space. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: UW Libraries. Target Audience: Students, Faculty, and Staff. Monday, October 14, 2019, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. For more info visit www.lib.washington.edu.

Analytical Chemistry Seminar: Prof. Jiang (John) Zhong

"Molecular classification of cancer with single-cell RNAseq" Assistant Professor Jiang (John) Zhong – Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry, University of Southern California Host: Daniel Chiu. Campus location: Chemistry Building (CHB). Campus room: 102. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Monday, October 14, 2019, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM. For more info visit iai.usc.edu.

Somalia in the Sixties: History and Song

Lidwien Kapteijns is the the Elizabeth Kimball Kendall and Elisabeth Hodder Professor of History at Wellesley College. A scholar of African history, literature, and oral tradition, Kapteijns' scholarship includes four monographs, three major source collections, and 62 articles and translations on diverse aspects of the history and culture of East Africa. Writing for the New York Times, Somali novelist Nuruddin Farah calls her latest book, 'Clan Cleansing in Somalia: The Ruinous Legacy of 1991' (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014), the "best book about recent events in Somalia… a must-read for anyone wanting to unravel the complicated nature of our civil war."   In 1999 Professor Kapteijns was awarded Wellesley College's Pinansky Prize for Excellence in Teaching.  Reception to follow lecture. This event is FREE and open to the public. Campus location: Communications Building (CMU). Campus room: Room 202. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: Department of Near Eastern Languages, Africa Studies Program, Simpson Center for the Humanities. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/532508917316693/. Monday, October 14, 2019, 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM.

Fish and Wildlife Ecology Seminar

The Fish and Wildlife Ecology Seminar Series is organized by graduate students in the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences and the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences at UW. It is a place for students and faculty to learn about the latest research and exchange ideas across departments. Contact: Molly Hottle; 206-616-4942. Monday, October 14, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Physics and Astronomy C520. For more info visit sefs.uw.edu.

CoMotion Makerspace: LPKF Office Hours

Want to learn to take your electrical schematics from design to reality? Need a refresh on how to operate the LPKF? Drop in for office hours for assistance. You must be a current MakerSpace member and have a 2019-2020 Makerspace Safety Training/User Agreement. Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: Fluke Hall 215. Event types: Not Specified. Event sponsors: CoMotion Makerspace. Monday, October 14, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

UW Space Dialogues with Nicolas Gaume

Nicolas Gaume, CEO of Space Cargo Unlimited Monday, October 14 | 4-5pm Allen Library Auditorium Nicolas Gaume, CEO of Space Cargo Unlimited, will briefly talk about his work with pressurized vehicles to leverage the opportunities that Low Earth Orbit offers to develop useful applications for Earth in various areas. He will introduce a new initiative which is the first comprehensive private research program on micro biology applied to agriculture on the ISS. The floor will then open up for discussion, seeking insights and information from participants on strengthening collaboration and research for the future of space exploration, commercialization, and cooperation. The UW Space Dialogues are presented by the UW Space Policy and Research Center to bring together experts across the university and the Pacific Northwest to foster collaboration and strengthen policy, research, and practice across academia, government, non-profits, and industry. Campus location: Allen Library (ALB). Campus room: Allen Library Auditorium. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: UW Space Policy and Research Center. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/411395282776074/. Monday, October 14, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. For more info visit www.aa.washington.edu.

Class Visit - SCM 502: Negotiations

Experience an MSCM class (SCM 530: Managing & Mining Big Data) first-hand and be the guest of a student host! Please note that while we do our best to accommodate each request, we are limited by classroom seating capacity. Register Here. Campus location: PACCAR Hall (PCAR). Event types: Special Events. Event sponsors: MSCM Program Foster School of Business 206-543-6849 mscm@uw.edu. Monday, October 14, 2019, 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM. For more info visit foster.radiusbycampusmgmt.com.

AI Teaching Series (Journal Club) presents "Infectious Diseases Update for the Allergist/Immunologist"

Speaker: John B. Lynch, MD, MPH, Associate Professor, UW Division of Allergy & Infectious Diseases. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. SLU E-130B.

Seattle: SafeCampus Violence Prevention and Response Training

Preventing violence is a shared responsibility in which everyone at UW plays a part. Come to a 90 minute training to learn about campus resources, warning signs of violence and response options when you are concerned for your safety or someone else's safety. The training will include a discussion of relationship violence, stalking, sexual harassment, suicide risk factors and a brief portion on bystander intervention strategies.  Click hyperlinked catalyst survey below to register. . Campus location: Magnuson Health Sciences Center D (HSD). Campus room: D209 - Turner Auditorium. Event types: Information Sessions. Lectures/Seminars. Workshops. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 9:45 AM – 11:15 AM. For more info visit catalyst.uw.edu.

Teach-In on I-1000 and Affirmative Action

On Tuesday, October 15th, from noon to 1:30 PM there will be Teach-In on I-1000 and Affirmative Action in the Walker Ames Room (Kane Hall).  The focus will be on how to frame and understand affirmative action historically and critically, particularly in relation to movements for racial justice.  Speakers will include Nikkita Oliver (Co-Executive Director, Creative Justice), Rick Bonus (Department of American Ethnic Studies), Chris Brown (Veteran), Cherika Carter (Washington State Labor Council), Winona Hollins Hauge (MSW, UW Alum and Clinical Social Worker), and Jesse Wineberry (UW Alum and Former State Representative). Campus location: Kane Hall (KNE). Campus room: Walker Ames Room. Event types: Special Events. Event sponsors: Undergraduate Academic Affairs, Office of Minority and Diversity Affairs, the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies, the College of Education, Center for the Study of the Pacific Northwest, Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program, the AAUP-UW chapter, and the Black Student Union. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM.

UW Surplus Public Store

The UW Surplus store is open to everyone on Tuesdays from noon – 6pm. UW Surplus takes all unwanted items from all UW departments and two research hospitals. Our objective is to reuse, repurpose, or recycle as many items as possible to lessen the University’s climate impact on both purchasing and disposal. Items are resold through a retail store and live and online auctions. New items are received and added to inventory every day so stock is constantly changing. For more information, visit https://www.washington.edu/facilities/finadmin/movingandsurplus/inventory/index. Campus location: Plant Services Building (PSB). Campus room: Surplus Store. Event types: Special Events. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uwsurplus/. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

Ethics Lunch & Learn: Social Justice Concerns in Patient Care

Guest Speaker, Kahlia Keita, Clinical Ethics Educator at the MedStar Washington Hospital Center in DC will cover 1) recognition of justice issues related to race, immigration status, gender, and sexual orientation in patient care; 2) how to evaluate the effectiveness of training programs that are implemented in hospitals to address social justice concerns; and 3) how ethics can assist in preventing and eliminating justice issues in patient care. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. HMC - Drop In Center at Patricia Steel 401 Broadway, 1st Floor Seattle, WA 98104. For more info visit depts.washington.edu.

Text Mining Support Office Hours

Based on increasing demand for text mining support, the eScience Institute and UW Libraries are partnering to pilot a text mining service. Bring your text mining questions and we'll do our best to offer you guidance! Campus location: Allen Library (ALB). Campus room: Research Commons Consultation Studio. Event types: Meetings. Event sponsors: eScience Institute UW Libraries. Target Audience: Students, Faculty, and Staff. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM.

The State of Human Rights in Southeast Asia

In this panel discussion Brad Adams, executive director of Human Rights Watch’s Asia Division will be joined by UW Professors Vicente Rafael (History) and Patrick Christie (International Studies and School of Marine and Environmental Affairs) to discuss human rights issues in Southeast Asia. Topics may include the extra-judicial killings of the Duterte regime and the impact of climate change and resource depletion in Southeast Asia. Campus location: Student Union Building (HUB). Campus room: 238. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1148980338624281/. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM.

Business Analysis CoP Meeting

Topic TBD. Campus location: UW Tower. Campus room: Floor C-3 room 341. Event types: Meetings. Event sponsors: Business Analysis Community of Practice https://wiki.cac.washington.edu/display/BAC/. Target Audience: Staff. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM. For more info visit wiki.cac.washington.edu.

Astrobiology Autumn Colloquium Series - Andrew Rushby (UC Irvine)

Campus location: Physics / Astronomy Auditorium (PAA). Campus room: PAA 102. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Target Audience: UWAB Community including General Public. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit depts.washington.edu.

Inorganic Chemistry Seminar: Prof. Daniel Mindiola

"Expounding the Chemistry of Early-Transition Metals Having Metal-Ligand Multiple Bonds" Professor Daniel Mindiola – Department of Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania Host: Alexandra Velian. Campus location: Chemistry Building (CHB). Campus room: 102. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM. For more info visit mindiolagroup.chem.upenn.edu.

Psychology Colloquium with Kevin King, PhD

Kevin King, PhD Associate Professor of Psychology Associate Director, Center for Child and Family Well Being University of Washington Doing Bad to Feel Good: Dispositional Links Between Impulsive Behavior and Negative Emotions Impulsive responding to negative emotions is a critical personality correlate of psychological disorders such as borderline personality disorder, substance use disorders, eating disorders, and internalizing disorders like anxiety and depression. In this talk, Dr. King will describe his lab’s research, which seeks to understand the links between negative emotions and impulsive behavior, and the mechanisms by which this connection raises risk for psychopathology across multiple operationalizations and timescales. This research provides important insights into for whom, when, and why negative urgency raises risk for psychopathology. This free lecture is part of the promotion review for Dr. King in the Department of Psychology. Campus room: 151. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: Department of Psychology. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uwpsych. Twitter: https://twitter.com/UWPsychology. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM. CCFW, 3903 Brooklyn Ave. NE.

Adobe InDesign - Fundamentals

Skill level: Beginner Project: Magazine cover Interested in improving your graphic design workflow? Want to breath new life into your resume? Need to create a organizational newsletter? Adobe InDesign Fundamentals give you the tools and flexibility you need to create stunning compositions for print. Please sign up using your UW NetID email. Note: If you would like individual help on a project, please schedule a consultation by emailing help@uw.edu. Campus location: Odegaard Undergraduate Library (OUG). Campus room: OUGL 102. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: UW Learning Technologies. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/huskybytes. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM. For more info visit www.washington.edu.

Annual President's Address

Please join President Cauce this year as she discusses how public investment in higher education is necessary for the UW to honor its public promise. Campus location: Intellectual House (INT). Event types: Special Events. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM.

CoMotion Makerspace: Intro to 3D Printing

In this workshop, you will learn the basics of 3D printing, such as: what makes a good print; what each setting does to your print (e.g. layer height, infill, etc.); how to set up your file correctly;  and how to operate the 3D printer. This workshop is only eligible for current Makerspace users (2019-2020). Fee of $5.00 includes material for printing. Please pay with credit card or check at the front desk. Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: Fluke Hall 215. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: CoMotion MakerSpace. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM.

Guest Artist Master Class: Antonio Pompa-Baldi, piano

Antonio Pompa-Baldi, faculty member at the Cleveland Institute of Music, leads a free master class with UW piano students. Tickets: FREE. Campus location: Music Building (MUS). Campus room: Brechemin Auditorium. Event types: Performances. Event sponsors: UW School of Music; www.music.washington.edu; School of Music Events Hotline: 206.685.8384. Facebook: http://facebook.com/UWMusic. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 5:00 PM. For more info visit music.washington.edu.

Makerspace Safety Orientation

In order to have access to the CoMotion Makerspace for the 2019-2020 academic school year, please attend our orientation to learn our safety procedures and operations. The building locks at 5PM sharp, therefore please plan accordingly. Thank you. Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: Fluke Hall 215. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: CoMotion Makerspace. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

Open House - Master of Science in Information Systems

Join us for an Open House to learn about the 12-month Master of Science in Information Systems Program at the UW Foster School of Business. During this session, we will give you an overview of the program, discuss the admissions process, and answer any questions that you have. Register Here. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: MSIS Program Foster School of Business 206-543-4587 msis@uw.edu. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM. UW Medical Center - South Lake Union Building C- Room 123A. For more info visit foster.radiusbycampusmgmt.com.

Public Lecture with Sam Sinyangwe

Lecture Title: Using Data to Advance Racial Justice Lecture Synopsis: Sam Sinyangwe is a policy analyst and data scientist who works with communities of color to fight systemic racism, with his work on Mapping Police Violence and Campaign Zero focusing on ending police violence. In this lecture, Sinyangwe will present strategies for using data to support organizing campaigns focused on equity and justice in the United States.  Sinyangwe grew up in Orlando, Fla. and graduated from Stanford University in 2012. He has been named one of Forbes' 30 Under 30 and The Root 100. Campus location: Kane Hall (KNE). Campus room: 130. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: The Graduate School, Information School, Cascadia Urban Analytics Cooperative, eScience Institute, DataLab. Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM. For more info visit grad.uw.edu.

Sustainability Fair

Join us for the 2019 UW Sustainability Fair on October 16 in wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ the UW Intellectual House, to celebrate sustainability efforts across the University of Washington. Visit with dozens of UW departments, student groups and organizations to learn about their sustainability efforts, and how you can get involved at the UW. Campus location: Intellectual House (INT). Event types: Information Sessions. Special Events. Student Activities. Event sponsors: UW Sustainability, Campus Sustainability Fund, UW Surplus, UW Transportation Services, UW Recycling. Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM. For more info visit green.uw.edu.

Nonprofit Expo

You and your colleagues are invited to the Fall Nonprofit Expo! Join the excitement at this free event open to the entire campus community. •Visit with more than 80 nonprofits – including some adorable animals! •Enjoy light refreshments •Enter to win exciting door prizes •Bid on great silent auction items benefiting Be The Match •Free popcorn! And there’s more! •Earn door prize drawing tickets by:   ◦Attending the fair   ◦Participating in Charity Bingo   ◦Bringing new men’s or women’s socks to benefit Teen Feed in the    U-District Admission is free and open to the UW community. Register today! See you at the fall expo! Campus location: Student Union Building (HUB). Campus room: North Ballroom. Event types: Exhibits. Information Sessions. Meetings. Special Events. Not Specified. Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM. For more info visit hr.uw.edu.

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Prof. Francesco Evangelista

“Electronic Structure Challenges for Quantum Computing” Assistant Professor Francesco Evangelista – Department of Chemistry, Emory University Host: David Masiello / Xiaosong Li. Campus location: Chemistry Building (CHB). Campus room: 102. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM. For more info visit www.evangelistalab.org.

Science in Medicine - New Investigator - John Tuthill, Ph.D.

John is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics, and a faculty member of the Graduate Programs in Neuroscience and Molecular and Cellular Biology. His lab studies how the brain encodes the external sensory environment, and uses sensory information to coordinate movements of the body. Campus location: Magnuson Health Sciences Center T (HST). Campus room: T-739. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: The Office of Research and Graduate Education. Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. For more info visit www.uwmedicine.org.

SEFS Seminar

The School of Environmental and Forest Sciences (SEFS) holds weekly seminars during the academic year with related experts on a variety of topics. Location/Room: AND 207. Contact: Molly Hottle. Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Forest Club Room, Anderson Hall 207. For more info visit www.sefs.uw.edu.

Text Mining Support Office Hours

Based on increasing demand for text mining support, the eScience Institute and UW Libraries are partnering to pilot a text mining service. Bring your text mining questions and we'll do our best to offer you guidance! Campus location: Physics / Astronomy Building (PAT). Campus room: eScience Institute. Event types: Meetings. Event sponsors: eScience Institute UW Libraries. Target Audience: Students, Faculty, and Staff. Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

Psychology Colloquium with Joseph LeDoux, PhD

Joseph LeDoux, PhD University Professor, Professor of Neural Science, Psychology, Psychiatry, and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, New York University The Deep History of Ourselves: The Four-Billion-Year Story of How We Got Conscious Brains Organisms face challenges to survival from the moment their life begins. Often research on how organisms respond to danger focuses on predatory threats. When an animal freezes or flees in the face such dangers, we say it is afraid, since when we freeze or flee we often feel afraid. Darwin’s adoption of this common sense approach still influences the way scientific explorations of defensive behavior are interpreted. But if we trace the deep history of threat processing we get a different perspective, one that gets to the actual meaning of the title of this talk. The first cells living billions of years ago had to identify and respond to danger in order to survive—as soon as there was life, there was danger. From this perspective, behavior does not require a nervous… Campus location: Physics / Astronomy Auditorium (PAA). Campus room: A114. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: Department of Psychology. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uwpsych. Twitter: https://twitter.com/UWPsychology. Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM.

LabMed Grand Rounds: Michael Dodd, PhD "Characterization of Antibiotic Resistance Gene Fate during Disinfection Processes: Degradation Kinetics, Biological Activity Loss, and Practical Implications "

Live streamed via Zoom*: https://www.zoom.us/j/414978331 Online sign-in and evaluation form*: https://tinyurl.com/signin-gr Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds runs most Wednesdays during term in fall, winter and spring quarters from 3:30 to 4:30 PM in Health Sciences room D209. *The live streaming and sign-in/evaluation form URLs remain the same from week to week. Campus location: Magnuson Health Sciences Center D (HSD). Campus room: D209 (Turner Auditorium). Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM.

Global Reciprocity: What Does it Mean to do Good in an Unequal World?

Please join us for a unique public discussion with UW faculty and five UW international partners from Mexico, Ghana, India and Tanzania. Many of us are grappling with how to do good work and lead meaningful lives in an unjust and unequal world. Whether you lead study abroad programs, research in the global south, and/or are interested in equity, race and diversity, you’ll want to hear how our international partners and UW faculty panelists navigate issues of reciprocity, structural inequality and connecting across difference. We will host a panel discussion, lead small group activities so you can talk with a range of participants, and mingle during a reception. We also will celebrate the campus launch of UW faculty Anu Taranath’s book Beyond Guilt Trips: Mindful Travel in an Unequal World with a book signing. Do come, and bring a friend! Campus room: HUB 250. Event types: Academics. Lectures/Seminars. Special Events. Event sponsors: Simpson Center, African Studies, English, Center for Global Studies-- JSIS, South Asia Center, CHID, IAS UWB. Target Audience: Anyone interested in global partnerships, international education, reciprocal relationship building. Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM.

Makerspace Safety Orientation

In order to have access to the CoMotion Makerspace for the 2019-2020 academic school year, please attend our orientation to learn our safety procedures and operations. The building locks at 5PM sharp, therefore please plan accordingly. Thank you. Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: Fluke Hall 215. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: CoMotion Makerspace. Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

Bodemer Interprofessional Ethics Lab for Health Sciences Students

During this active learning session, students will have the opportunity to engage with interprofessional teams to work through a challenging case related to the topic including issues of consent, privacy & confidentiality, maintaining dignity of incarcerated patients, and safety, as well as providing information to aid clinicians in navigating care for incarcerated patients. Please register at https://collaborate.uw.edu/in-the-classroom/. Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM. UW South Campus Center Room 316. For more info visit collaborate.uw.edu.

Diana Trotter: Monologue Audition Part One

How to find, cut, and craft a stand-out monologue to power your auditions. Diana Trotter is a seasoned, award-winning director, actress, and education. In this first session, she will take participants through a process to custom-cut monologues that highlight each individual actor and, more importantly, help you learn to love monologue auditions! She will also address how to approach songs as monologues, cut and craft them using the same process, and deliver them with a strong sense of character and intention. Four to six volunteers from this workshop will coach their crafted songs/monologues with Diana at the November 6th clinic. This workshop is free and open to all. Campus location: Music Building (MUS). Campus room: 213. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Special Events. Workshops. Event sponsors: UW Musical Theater Program UW School of Drama UW School of Music UW Department of Dance UW College of Arts and Sciences. Target Audience: students. Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM. For more info visit musicaltheater.washington.edu.

The History of Gardening: A Tour of the Rare Book Collection of the Elisabeth C. Miller Library

Join Brian Thompson, Curator of Horticultural Literature at the Elisabeth C. Miller Library, for an intimate exploration of the library’s rare and old book collection. The collection was started by Brian Mulligan, who served as director of what is now the UW Botanic Gardens from 1946-1972. It mainly holds books from North America and Britain dating from the 17th to 20th century (the oldest being from 1629), as well as modern high-end botanical references. Normally available only by appointment, these books contain a range of information from plant identification and classification to garden design and forestry, accompanied by exquisitely detailed, occasionally  hand-colored, engraved illustrations. This engaging evening will provide you with a deep dive into select pieces from the collection and their contribution to our evolving understanding of gardening, botany, horticulture, and the history of book printing. Cost: $45 Register Online or by phone (206-685-8033) Brian Thompson has been the… Event types: Exhibits. Information Sessions. Lectures/Seminars. Age Range: Adults. Seniors. Presenter: Brian Thompson, Curator of Horticultural Literature for the Elisabeth C. Miller Library. Contact Information: urbhort; 206.685.8033. Ticket Link: https://www.uwbotanicgardenscatalog.org/The-History-of-Gardening-A-Tour-of-the-Rare-Book-Collection-of-the-Elisabeth-C-Miller-Library-P1914C265.aspx. Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Center for Urban Horticulture, Miller Library, 3501 NE 41st St, Seattle, WA. For more info visit www.uwbotanicgardenscatalog.org.

Washin Kai Event: Dramatic Recitation (Rodoku 朗読)

The Department of Asian Languages and Literature invites you to join us for another dramatic recitation of a piece of classical Japanese literature by Ms. Kima Hotta from Japan.   BENKEI AT THE BARRIER A Modern Retelling of One of the Most Famous Stories in Japanese Samurai Lore Performed in Japanese by Ms. Kima HOTTA with English subtitles Based on the novel Ninjō:  Ataka no seki by Mr. Hiroaki TODA The brilliant general Minamoto no Yoshitsune distinguished himself in battle as a masterly strategist during Japan’s longest civil war, the struggle between the Minamoto and Taira clans that lasted from 1180-85.  Not long after Yoshitsune destroyed the Taira at Dan-no-ura, he was suspected by his elder half-brother and commander-in-chief Yoritomo of disloyalty, and fled the capital, Kyoto. Among his trusted retainers was the formidable Benkei, a warrior and Buddhist monk renowned for his fearlessness, resourcefulness, and steadfast loyalty.  Disguised as traveling ascetics raising funds to… Campus location: Kane Hall (KNE). Campus room: 210. Event types: Performances. Special Events. Event sponsors: The Department of Asian Languages and Literature. Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM.

Guest Artist Recital: Antonio Pompa-Baldi, piano

Antonio Pompa-Baldi, faculty member at the Cleveland Institute of Music, performs a solo piano recital.  Tickets: FREE. Campus location: Music Building (MUS). Campus room: Brechemin Auditorium. Event types: Performances. Event sponsors: UW School of Music; www.music.washington.edu; School of Music Events Hotline: 206.685.8384. Facebook: http://facebook.com/UWMusic. Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 7:30 PM. For more info visit music.washington.edu.

Department of Medicine Grand Rounds

Stream via Zoom: https://washington.zoom.us/j/812197730 Wade Volweiler Endowed Lecture "Update on Colorectal Cancer Screening" David Lieberman, MD Professor of Medicine Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: UW Department of Medicine. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. Health Sciences Center T625. For more info visit medicine.uw.edu.

Retiring from the UWRP: An Overview

Who should attend: Faculty, librarians and professional staff who are participating in the UW Retirement Plan (UWRP) and expect to retire within the next 12 months. This 3 hour workshop is designed for those retiring within the year and covers the following topics: Retirement eligibility , Completing the UW retirement application , Retiree medical plan choices and enrollment , Applying for Medicare , Leave balances and VEBA, if applicable , Notifying your department about your separation , Working after retirement MPORTANT: Spouses/partners are welcome to attend this workshop on a space-available basis only. Email totalben@uw.edu or phone 206-543-4444 to register your spouse/partner. Be sure to specify the workshop date. Remember to bring your husky ID card for building entry. You must check in at the UW Benefits Reception desk at UW Tower, Floor O-1 at least 10 minutes prior to the start of the seminar to receive materials, and obtain directions to the room. REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT. Campus location: UW Tower. Campus room: Benefits Conference Center. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: UW Human Resources Benefits Office. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM. For more info visit ucs.admin.uw.edu.

Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare & Master of Social Work Prospective Student Drop-in Advising Hours (10:00-12:00, 1:00-3:00)

Social work is social change! Interested in learning more about UW's Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare or Master of Social Work programs?  Join us for drop-in hours (no appointment needed) on most Thursdays from 10:00-12:00 or 1:00-3:00 in Room 023 (ground floor) of the School of Social Work building on the UW Seattle campus. No appointments are necessary during these Thursday drop-in hours.  Prospective students who are interested in setting up an appointment for a different day or time are welcome to call 206-543-5676 to schedule an appointment for a different day. Social workers help people and work to enhance the quality of life for all – especially those who are vulnerable and oppressed. They serve as mental health counselors, hospital and school social workers, immigrant & refugee allies, community activists, nonprofit leaders, policy advocates and more. They value a person-in-environment, equity-driven systems approach and employ a uniquely holistic, strengths-based social work lens rooted in… Campus location: Social Work / Speech & Hearing Sciences Building (SWS). Campus room: School of Social Work, Room 023. Event types: Information Sessions. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UWSSW. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM. For more info visit socialwork.uw.edu.

Organic Chemistry Seminar: Prof. Michelle Chang

“Synthetic biology approaches to new chemistry” Professor Michelle Chang – College of Chemistry, University of California–Berkeley Host: Jesse Zalatan. Campus location: Chemistry Building (CHB). Campus room: 102. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM. For more info visit chemistry.berkeley.edu.

Behavioral Neuroscience Seminar with Inah Lee, PhD

Inah Lee, PhD Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences College of Natural Sciences Seoul National University The Hippocampus Remembers Eventful “Everything” Our life is organized across space and time because we regularly interact with people and objects at various locations across different times. The details from those events are remembered as episodic memories, and our current understanding is that the hippocampus is essential for episodic memory. Although recent findings of important functional cell types such as ‘grid cells’ and ‘time cells’ in the hippocampus and its associated cortical regions have advanced our understanding of the neural mechanisms of hippocampal functions, it is still largely unknown how these different classes of neurons harmoniously work together to represent various details of experience, and more importantly to use the information for decision making. Among various types of information the hippocampal system cares for episodic behavior, our laboratory investigates how… Campus location: Guthrie Hall (GTH). Campus room: 57. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: Department of Psychology. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uwpsych. Twitter: https://twitter.com/UWPsychology. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM.

Environmental & Occupational Health Seminar: "How Environmental Stressors Disrupt Olfactory Neurobehavioral Function in Puget Sound Salmon" - Evan Gallagher, PhD

Dr. Gallagher joined the faculty of the University of Washington in 2004 as Sheldon D. Murphy Associate Professor of Toxicology. Dr. Gallagher was formerly an Associate Professor at the University of Florida were he also served as Director of the Aquatic Toxicology Laboratory in the College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Gallagher serves as the Director of the UW Superfund Research Program, a multi-investigator and multi-institutional center funded by NIEHS that addresses the effects of neurotoxic chemicals on ecological and human health. In addition to his Superfund activities, he is also an active member of the UW EDGE Center and the UW training grant in Environmental Pathology and Toxicology. Dr. Gallagher is a member of the Society of Toxicology as well as the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. Dr. Gallagher maintains an active research and teaching program focused on chemical injury in aquatic organisms, and using approaches that integrates molecular, biochemical physiological and behavioral… Campus location: Magnuson Health Sciences Center T (HST). Campus room: HSB T435. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: UW Superfund Research Program and UW Interdisciplinary Center for Exposures, Diseases, Genomics, and Environment (EDGE). Twitter: #EHSeminar. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 12:30 PM – 1:20 PM. For more info visit deohs.washington.edu.

Customer Experience Community of Practice Meeting

Please join the Customer Experience Community of Practice to discuss techniques, tools and ideas your team can use to improve the experience for the UW community members you support. Participation is free. Campus location: Student Union Building (HUB). Campus room: HUB 337. Event types: Meetings. Event sponsors: Jennifer Connors, UW Facilities - jconnors@uw.edu Shea Jacobson, UW IT - sheajcbs@uw.edu Shane McCartney, UW IT - samccart@uw.edu El Schofield, Academic and Student Affairs - elschof@uw.edu. Target Audience: Staff and Faculty in customer-facing roles. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM. For more info visit wiki.cac.washington.edu.

Society for Ecological Restoration Heron Haven

Join SER on Thursdays to work on pulling ivy, salvaging plants, and spreading mulch! Everyone is welcome and no experience is needed. Bring a water bottle and clothes that can get dirty. Campus room: Island Grove, north of Anderson Hall. Event types: Meetings. Student Activities. Event sponsors: Society for Ecological Restoration, UW Chapter. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM. For more info visit sites.uw.edu.

Excel Skills: Pivot Tables

Skill level: Beginning / Intermediate  Heard the phrase pivot table, but never knew how to use it? Join us in our Pivot Tables workshop! We will cover everything you need to know about making a pivot table, using it effectively, and charts that you can make from pivot tables.  You should be comfortable with the basics of Excel to navigate around the software, understand basic sorting and filtering, and create tables.  The workshop will be about 1 hour and 30 minutes. Campus location: Odegaard Undergraduate Library (OUG). Campus room: OUGL 102. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: UW Learning Technologies. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/huskybytes. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM. For more info visit www.washington.edu.

Preview: Prospective Student Information Session

If you are a college transfer or high school student, consider attending Preview to get a first-hand look at the School of Art + Art History + Design and its programs. These hour-long info sessions, led by professional academic advisers, are designed to introduce prospective undergraduate students to the academic and enrichment programs in the School including degree options, scholarships, classroom to career connections, and more. No registration is necessary, but you should prepare for Preview by exploring our undergraduate degree programs in Art, Art History and Design on this website. If you are a prospective graduate student, please follow links here to read about our graduate programs. Campus location: Art Building (ART). Campus room: Room 120. Event types: Academics. Information Sessions. Event sponsors: Academic Advising + Student Services, School of Art + Art History + Design. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit art.washington.edu.

Lecture: Fredrik Meiton, “Electrical Palestine: Zionist and Arab Technopolitics Under the British Mandate”

“Electrical Palestine: Zionist and Arab Technopolitics Under the British Mandate” Lecture by Dr. Fredrik Meiton, Assistant Professor of History at University of New Hampshire At the dawn of the Arab-Israeli conflict, both political power and electrical power were circulated through the electric grid that was built by the Zionist engineer Pinhas Rutenberg during the period of British rule from 1917 to 1948. This talk about the history and politics of electricity in Mandate Palestine and Israel charts a story of rapid and uneven Zionist and Palestinian development that was greatly influenced by the electric grid. Professor Meiton is a historian of the modern Middle East. He studies the intersection of politics, science and the environment, especially in the context of colonial development. He teaches courses in global and Middle Eastern history, often with a focus on science, technology, energy and the environment. Professor Meiton has a B.A. in history from Lund University, an M.Phil. in Middle East stu… Campus location: Student Union Building (HUB). Campus room: 340. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: Department of History Samuel & Althea Stroum Center for Jewish Studies Middle East Center Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies Electrical Engineering. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM.

Crisis and Development at the Margins of the Qing Empire: Imperial Finances and Natural Resources in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Xinjiang

This presentation explores patterns of natural resource development in Xinjiang during a period of deep financial distress for the Qing state in the 1850s. Conventional histories of this period suggest that imperial officials dealt with major shortfalls in government revenues by adopting a range of fiscal measures, including the imposition of new taxes. This presentation shows that, in the empire’s western borderland, officials sought to solve financial deficits by accelerating the exploitation of land and mineral resources. By examining this period through the lens of environmental history, the presentation offers a new interpretation of the relationship between political crisis in China and colonial projects in Xinjiang. Peter Lavelle is an assistant professor of history at Temple University, where he teaches courses in Chinese and environmental history. He is the author of The Profits of Nature: Colonial Development and the Quest for Resources in Nineteenth-Century China (Columbia University Press,… Campus location: Gowen Hall (GWN). Campus room: East Asia Library, Seminar Room 2M. Event types: Academics. Lectures/Seminars. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM.

CoMotion Makerspace: Milling Office Hours

Need to learn how to set-up tool paths, learn how operate the milling machine, or have questions for your specific project? Drop in for office hours for assistance. You must be a current MakerSpace member and have a 2019-2020 Makerspace Safety Training/User Agreement. Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: Fluke Hall 215. Event types: Not Specified. Event sponsors: CoMotion Makerspace. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

Resilience Lab - "A World of Strength"

International students will share stories of stamina, strength and ultimately success in the face of adversity from their home cultures and at the UW. This event will also feature opportunities for participants to reflect on and discuss what resilience means within their own story and in various contexts. Join us to learn about cultural strategies for success and expand your understanding of resilience. This event is free and open to the UW community (with light appetizers, coffee, and tea available); it is co-sponsored by the UW Resilience Lab, CIRCLE, International & English Language Programs, Housing and Food Services, and FIUTS. We invite and encourage all UW students (international and domestic) to come and share their perspectives. Faculty and staff are also welcome to join. We hope to see you there! Campus location: Maple Hall (MAH). Campus room: Great Room. Event types: Not Specified. Event sponsors: UW Resilience Lab, CIRCLE, International & English Language Programs, Housing and Food Services, and FIUTS. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM.

Neurology Grand Rounds

"Glymphatic Dysfunction in Aging and Alzheimer's Disease" Jeffrey Iliff, PhD Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington, Associate Director for Research, Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Center (MIRECC), VA Puget Sound Healthcare System. Campus location: Magnuson Health Sciences Center K (HSK). Campus room: K069. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM.

Values at the End of Life: The Logic of Palliative Care

Abstract: Over the past forty years, “the end of life” has become the center of extensive economic, policy, ethical, and medical discussions. Health economists measure and evaluate its cost; ethicists debate the morality of various approaches to “end-of-life care”; policymakers ponder alternative “end of life”-related policies; and clinicians apply a specialized approach (hospice and palliative care) to treat patients whom they diagnose as being at “the end of life.” This talk analyzes the proliferation of conversations on “the end of life” as emblematic of a peculiar moment in human history. Ours is a period where modern growth stagnates and the main challenge developed societies face becomes delineating the limits of human agency and governing populations within these limits. Drawing on a combination of historical and ethnographic analysis of the work of palliative care clinicians in three California hospitals, I analyze how the limits of what can be done, medically and financially, to prolong life are comm… Campus room: Room 305A/B. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: Healthy Generations. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. UW School of Social Work 4101 15th Ave NE Seattle, WA 98105.

Makerspace Safety Orientation

In order to have access to the CoMotion Makerspace for the 2019-2020 academic school year, please attend our orientation to learn our safety procedures and operations. The building locks at 5PM sharp, therefore please plan accordingly. Thank you. Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: Fluke Hall 215. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: CoMotion Makerspace. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

Online Information Session & Application Workshop - Master of Science in Business Analytics

Join us for an online Information Session to learn about the 12-month Master of Science in Business Analytics program at the UW Foster School of Business. During this short session, we will give you an overview of the program, discuss the admissions process, and answer any questions that you have. This session will also cover the application process and components in-depth with suggestions on how to submit your strongest application to the MSBA program. Register Here. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: MSBA Program Foster School of Business 206-543-6595 fostermsba@uw.edu. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM. Webinar. For more info visit foster.radiusbycampusmgmt.com.

HIHIM Open House - Health Informatics & Health Information Management

The Health Informatics and Health Information Management (HIHIM) Open House for prospective degree and certificate students will be held on October 17th in the UW Tower between 6pm – and 8pm. Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about the University of Washington’s Health Informatics and Health Information Management Program. Take the next step toward completing your bachelor's degree or earning the post-baccalaureate certificate! Meet with program faculty and learn about this exciting field!  Time will be given for formal presentations along with questions and answers about the field, the major and career opportunities. HIHIM alumni will also be on hand to answer questions. RSVP to hihim@uw.edu. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM. 4333 Brooklyn Ave NE. For more info visit www.healthinformationmanagement.uw.edu.

MS in Technology Innovation Info Session

Prepare to lead the development of innovative solutions for connected devices or robotics? Through courses in design thinking, technology development, and entrepreneurship, the UW Master of Science in Technology Innovation (MSTI) teaches the skills needed to take innovation from concept to development and on to launch. Get questions answered. Meet faculty, staff, and current students from the Global Innovation Exchange (GIX). Campus location: UW Bothell UW1. Campus room: UW 1-103. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: Global Innovation Exchange, msti@uw.edu. Target Audience: Applicants, STEM students. Thursday, October 17, 2019, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM. For more info visit gixnetwork.org.

Sankai Juku

Campus location: Meany Hall (MNY). Event types: Performances. Event sponsors: Declared “one of the most original and startling dance theater groups to be seen” by The New York Times, Sankai Juku is renowned as Japan’s finest example of contemporary Butoh. Choreographer Ushio Amagatsu’s works are sublime visual spectacles and deeply moving theatrical experiences. Sankai Juku returns to Seattle with Amagatsu’s exquisite new work, Meguri: Teeming Sea, Tranquil Land, a poetic meditation on the passage of time as symbolized by the circulation of water and the seasonal transformation of th… Thursday, October 17, 2019, 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM. For more info visit meanycenter.org.

Executive MBA Class Visit

One of the best ways to truly appreciate the level and intensity of interaction and discussion in the Executive MBA classroom is to experience it yourself through an EMBA Class Visit. We suggest requesting a class visit two weeks in advance so that we can ensure you receive driving and parking information and class materials. While we do our best to accommodate each request, we are limited by classroom seating capacity, current EMBA Student Host availability, and professors’ daily teaching agenda. For visitors from outside Seattle, we also offer overnight accommodations (when available) at our partner hotel, Silver Cloud Inn – University District (near the University Village). Please make sure to inquire about accommodations when scheduling your EMBA Class Visit. Registration is required in order to attend. Please use the link below in order to register. Campus location: Bank of America Executive Education Center (EXED). Campus room: Bank of America Executive Center, 228C. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: Foster Executive MBA Admissions 206.685.1333 emba@uw.edu. Friday, October 18, 2019, 8:00 AM – 3:45 PM. For more info visit foster.radiusbycampusmgmt.com.

Workshop on Epistemic Dimensions of Care and Compassion

Workshop on Epistemic Dimensions of Care and Compassion, Speakers: Stephen Darwall, Yale University Lori Gruen, Princeton University Sofia Huerter, University of Washington Adam J. Lerner, Princeton University Heidi Maibom, University of Cinncinati Colin Marshall, University of Washington The workshop is open to the public, but spots are limited. Please contact Colin Marshall (crmarsh@uw.edu) if you would like to attend. Campus location: Savery Hall (SAV). Campus room: Savery 408. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: Department of Philosophy University of Washington. Friday, October 18, 2019, 8:45 AM – 5:30 PM.

Family Nature Class: Spiders Are Special

Join us for a Family Nature Class and make connections with the natural world that will last a lifetime! Through science-based exploration and outdoor play preschoolers and their caregivers will experience the UW Botanic Gardens using their senses. Each class begins with an opportunity to explore several learning stations based on the week's theme where children can practice fine motor skills, sensory investigation, creativity, and pre-math and literacy skills. Station time is followed by an opening circle and hike where the group will play games, listen to a story and further explore the weekly theme. Family Nature Class is a great way to get outside with your preschooler, foster curiosity and explore the natural world. Class Details WHO: Children ages 2-5. The group maximum is 12 children. WHEN: Friday or Saturday from 9:30-11:30am WHERE: Washington Park Arboretum, 2300 Arboretum Dr E, Seattle COST: $19/class for 1 adult and 1 child. Additional child: $9.50/class (children must be… Campus room: White tent behind the greenhouse near the Graham Visitors Center. Presenter: UW Botanic Gardens Naturalists. Contact Information: uwbgeduc@uw.edu; 206-685-8033. Ticket Link: https://www.uwbotanicgardenscatalog.org/Family-Nature-Classes-C266.aspx. Friday, October 18, 2019, 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM. Washington Park Arboretum, Graham Visitors Center, 2300 Arboretum Drive E, Seattle, WA 98112. For more info visit www.uwbotanicgardenscatalog.org.

CANCELED - Student Debt: What Are the Intergenerational Implications?

Campus location: Odegaard Undergraduate Library (OUG). Campus room: Room 220. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: UWRA. Friday, October 18, 2019, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM.

UW Native Plant Nursery work parties

Looking for a fun way to end your week? Join us at the SER Native Plant Nursery for our weekly work parties on Fridays 11 am - 2 pm. You'll get to see nursery management in practice and the behind-the-scenes to growing plants! Come learn about native plant propagation and production at our student-run nursery. BEFORE ATTENDING THE WORK PARTY, YOU ARE REQUIRED TO RSVP HERE. Every Friday from 11:00-2:00 PM we will be hosting a work party where you can participate in a variety of nursery tasks including sowing seeds, up-potting plants, working on outdoor restoration projects, and more! Please meet at the Douglas Research Conservatory (DRC) at the Center for Urban Horticulture. Everyone is welcome and no experience is needed. Gloves, tools, and snacks are provided for all volunteers! Dress to get dirty, and don’t forget your water bottle! Campus location: Douglas Research Conservatory (DRC). Campus room: SER Hoop House. Event types: Meetings. Student Activities. Event sponsors: Society for Ecological Restoration, UW Chapter. Friday, October 18, 2019, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM. For more info visit sites.uw.edu.

W Day 2019

YOU are part of the Purple & Gold UW Bothell community - what does UW Bothell mean to you? Celebrate our UW Bothell community and what it means to be a Husky! Join the party on NE 185th St to celebrate with students, faculty, staff and community! Grab a free W cupcake and UW shirt, throw your Dubs up in the photo booth, enjoy live music, and hang with fellow Huskies. UW Bothell Event types: Community engagement. Friday, October 18, 2019, 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM. NE 185th St - across from Husky Hall. For more info visit www.uwb.edu.

Fundamentals for Startups Friday: Demonstrating Inclusiveness & Diversity Through Branding

Demonstrating Inclusiveness & Diversity Through Branding Diversity, equity, and inclusion yields more innovation, better business results, and produces a work environment that can be fun and fulfilling. It can also be an effective way to attract and retain talent. In this talk, Christy Johnson, CEO, Artemis Connection, will explain how focusing on diversity, inclusion, and corresponding branding, can help you build a great company where people want to work and grow. Learn more about specific actions you can take during this interactive session. Topics: Benefits of diversity within companies , Implementing diversity and inclusiveness , Attracting candidates through effective branding Christy Johnson Christy is an entrepreneur and educator. She is currently building her fourth startup, Artemis Connection, and facilitating courses at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. She also is adjunct faculty at the University of Washington where she teaches entrepreneurship. Ultimately, she believes… Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: 3rd Floor, Idea Lab. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Friday, October 18, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. For more info visit www.youtube.com.

Psychiatry Grand Rounds: Putting the “I” back in drinking: The importance of identity as a risk factor for hazardous drinking

Measures of implicit cognitive processes have emerged as reliable predictors of problematic drinking, even after controlling for established, validated self-report measures. However, consideration of implicit cognitions about the self in relation to drinking and alcohol (i.e. drinking identity) has been overlooked. Given the importance of the self in self-regulation, motivation and behavior, this gap is problematic. Kristen Lindgren, PhD, will highlight her work on implicit cognition and identity establishing drinking identity as a novel, robust, risk factor for hazardous drinking. She will discuss the theoretical and clinical implications of her work and provide a brief overview of a recently launched clinical trial that seeks to modify drinking identity. Dr. Lindgren is a clinical psychologist whose research lies at the intersection of cognitive science and psychopathology, especially in the domains of hazardous drinking and post traumatic stress disorder. Her primary areas of expertise include… Friday, October 18, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Harborview Medical Center Maleng Building, Room 111/112. For more info visit sharepoint.washington.edu.

Labor Studies Workshare: "Labor Unions and White Racial Politics," w/Jake Grumbach, UW Political Science

Abstract: Scholars and political observers point to declining labor unions on the one hand, and rising white identity politics, on the other, as profound changes in American politics. However, there has been little attention to the potential feedback between these forces. In this article, we investigate the role of union membership in shaping white racial attitudes. We draw upon research in history and American political development to generate a theory of interracial labor politics, in which union membership reduces racial resentment. Cross-sectional analyses consistently show that white union members have lower racial resentment and greater support for policies that benefit African Americans. More importantly, our panel analysis suggests that gaining union membership between 2012 and 2016 reduced racial resentment among white workers. The findings highlight the important role of labor unions in mass politics, and, more broadly, the importance of organizational membership for political attitudes and behavior… Campus location: Smith Hall (SMI). Campus room: Room 306. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Friday, October 18, 2019, 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM.

Design Instructor Office Hours

Come with questions on Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and/or InDesign! Feel free to bring any projects you need help on as well! Please bring your own machine (with the software installed) if you can. Campus location: Odegaard Undergraduate Library (OUG). Campus room: 230. Event types: Workshops. Friday, October 18, 2019, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM.

UW Health Sciences Common Book author, Ijeoma Uluo

Ijeoma Uluo, author of "So You Want to Talk About Race" will lead a series of events:  A Conversation with Students, 10am-11am Foege Auditorium , Public Presentation 11:30am-1:20pm, Hogness Auditorium  , Race, Racism & Public Health: A Roundtable Discussion, 3:30pm-5pm, Hogness Auditorium. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: UW Center for Health Sciences Interporfessional Education Research and Practice. Friday, October 18, 2019, 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM. Magnuson Health Sciences Center Hogness Auditorium. For more info visit collaborate.uw.edu.

A Panoply of Metaphors: Painting and Intermediality in Early Modern China

In this talk Prof. Jun Hu will try to unpick a seeming paradox in seventeenth-century Chinese painting: just when artistic practice and theory became increasingly inseparable from an engagement with the past, that past, it would seem, also became unrecoverable, at least not on its own terms. While painters showed great confidence in knowing what the styles of old masters looked like, as exemplified by the popularity of modal albums in this period, the same painters would probably agree that old paintings were now few and far between. Various technologies of indexical transmission—woodblock printing, rubbing, seal-carving—emerged as powerful and at times poignant metaphors that embody this paradox, offering patently reliable mechanisms of replication that guarantee the possibility of a  history of visually verifiable styles on the one hand, and disclosing the truth itself, on the other, that this past is now available mostly through mediation, printed or otherwise. Contemporaneous writings on these technologie… Campus location: Thomson Hall (THO). Campus room: Room 317. Event types: Academics. Friday, October 18, 2019, 3:30 PM.

QRC 50th Anniversary Speaker Series | Sara Hunt

Talk Title: Gathering at the Shoreline: Redefining Justice through Coastal Practice. Sarah Hunt (Tłaliłila’ogwa) is an assistant professor in the Institute for Critical Indigenous Studies and the Department of Geography at the University of British Columbia. As an interdisciplinary scholar, Sarah’s research is concerned with questions of justice, violence, gender and self-determination, as well as Indigenous methodologies, land/water-based praxis and the spatial nature of Indigenous and decolonial knowledges. She is interested in geographies of resistance and resurgence in intimate, everyday relations. Having worked for over a decade as a community-based researcher prior to entering the academy, her scholarship emerges within the community and activist networks that have fostered her analysis, particularly her collaborations with Indigenous youth, women, Two-Spirit and queer people. In 2014, she was awarded a Governor General’s Gold Medal for her doctoral dissertation, which investigated the… Campus location: Mary Gates Hall (MGH). Campus room: 251. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: UW Geography; Simpson Center for the Humanities; Quaternary Research Center. Friday, October 18, 2019, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM.

CoMotion Makerspace: Embroidery Office Hours

Want to learn how to use the embroidery sewing machine? Need help with the software? Drop in for office hours for assistance. You must be a current Makerspace member and have a 2019-2020 Makerspace Safety Training/User Agreement. Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: Fluke Hall 215. Event types: Not Specified. Event sponsors: CoMotion Makerspace. Friday, October 18, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

MSW Info Session - Online Webinar

Please register in advance! You can access the webinar at: https://uw-phi.zoom.us/j/202098605 Interested in pursuing your Master of Social Work (MSW) degree at the University of Washington School of Social Work?  Join us for this online MSW informational webinar!  All you need is an internet connection. This online information session will be facilitated by members of our Admissions team and provides information about MSW academics, admissions, funding, field education, and more. There will also be time to answer your questions. NOTICE: All participant microphones and cameras (besides those of the presenter) are set to be disabled, but we welcome typed chat questions throughout the presentation. This session will be recorded for the benefit of future prospective students. By participating in the session, you acknowledge that any audio, video, screen sharing, or chat text that you transmit may be recorded and made available for later consumption by The University of Washington School of Social Work… Campus room: Online. Event types: Information Sessions. Friday, October 18, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Online webinar - register for URL.

Sankai Juku

Campus location: Meany Hall (MNY). Event types: Performances. Event sponsors: Declared “one of the most original and startling dance theater groups to be seen” by The New York Times, Sankai Juku is renowned as Japan’s finest example of contemporary Butoh. Choreographer Ushio Amagatsu’s works are sublime visual spectacles and deeply moving theatrical experiences. Sankai Juku returns to Seattle with Amagatsu’s exquisite new work, Meguri: Teeming Sea, Tranquil Land, a poetic meditation on the passage of time as symbolized by the circulation of water and the seasonal transformation of th… Friday, October 18, 2019, 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM. For more info visit meanycenter.org.

Family Nature Class: Spiders Are Special

Join us for a Family Nature Class and make connections with the natural world that will last a lifetime! Through science-based exploration and outdoor play preschoolers and their caregivers will experience the UW Botanic Gardens using their senses. Each class begins with an opportunity to explore several learning stations based on the week's theme where children can practice fine motor skills, sensory investigation, creativity, and pre-math and literacy skills. Station time is followed by an opening circle and hike where the group will play games, listen to a story and further explore the weekly theme. Family Nature Class is a great way to get outside with your preschooler, foster curiosity and explore the natural world. Class Details WHO: Children ages 2-5. The group maximum is 12 children. WHEN: Friday or Saturday from 9:30-11:30am WHERE: Washington Park Arboretum, 2300 Arboretum Dr E, Seattle COST: $19/class for 1 adult and 1 child. Additional child: $9.50/class (children must be… Campus room: White tent behind the greenhouse near the Graham Visitors Center. Presenter: UW Botanic Gardens Naturalists. Contact Information: uwbgeduc@uw.edu; 206-685-8033. Ticket Link: https://www.uwbotanicgardenscatalog.org/Family-Nature-Classes-C266.aspx. Saturday, October 19, 2019, 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM. Washington Park Arboretum, Graham Visitors Center, 2300 Arboretum Drive E, Seattle, WA 98112. For more info visit www.uwbotanicgardenscatalog.org.

Honoring our Superheroes: Indigenous Educator Warriors Powwow

Traditional Style – Pow Wow Honoring our Superheroes: Indigenous Educator Warriors Powwow wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House 4249 Whitman Court, Seattle, WA 98195 Masters of Ceremonies     Bill Blackman ,     Lux Devereaux ,     Lily Gladstone Host Drum     Starr School Singers     Lead Singer: Mike Wagner Opening Prayer     Edward Spotted Eagle Arena Director     Clement After Buffalo Lead Honor Guard     Ted Colfax Traditional Mexica Danza     Damarys Espinoza and Danza Kalpulli Tlaloktekuhtli Meals prepared by Indigenous chefs     Brit Reed & Taelor Barton Photo of Carol Edelman WarriorHonoring the Life of Carol Edelman Warrior, PhD and our superheroes walking in both educational and traditional worlds. Specials     Carol Edelman Warrior Honoring ,     MMIW Red Dress/Skirt/Shawl Special ,     Disabilities Special ,     Honoring Indigenous Educators Special Top drums will be paid Sponsors:     UW – Indigenous Wellness Research Institute , … Campus location: Intellectual House (INT). Event types: Special Events. Event sponsors: UW – Indigenous Wellness Research Institute , wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – UW Intellectual House , Department of American Indian Studies , Center for American Indian & Indigenous Studies. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/830007930727756/. Saturday, October 19, 2019, 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM. For more info visit iwri.org.

MSIS Class Preview: Information Security in a Networked World

Join us on campus to experience an MSIS class and be the guest of a student host! This course explores technical and managerial aspects of information security and assurance within a networked environment, including inspection and protection of assets, detection of and reaction to threats, design of an information security architecture, and more. *Please note that while we do our best to accommodate each request, we are limited by classroom seating capacity. We will contact you directly to confirm your request!* Register here. Campus location: PACCAR Hall (PCAR). Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: MSIS Program Foster School of Business 206-543-4587 msis@uw.edu. Saturday, October 19, 2019, 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM. For more info visit foster.radiusbycampusmgmt.com.

Physics Slam

Five physicists turn into slammers for one night as they compete with each other to bring you the clearest and most entertaining explanation of a topic in physics. Each has only 10 minutes to wow you with secrets and subtleties of nature that took them their entire careers to discover. That's it - 10 minutes. No fuss, no intellectual fog, and absolutely no unexplained jargon. Instead, you get good old-fashioned entertainment and a solid foundation in physical science, or the slammers haven't done their jobs. The participants will be the judges to determine which slammer will go home with the top prize. Ticket Page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/university-of-washington-physics-slam-tickets-73153252347 Tickets Cost $10.00. Please contact amhall2@uw.edu for Students, Seniors or Military to receive a promotional code for discount $5.00 tickets. Campus location: Kane Hall (KNE). Campus room: Kane Hall 120. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Performances. Special Events. Saturday, October 19, 2019, 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM. For more info visit phys.washington.edu.

Sankai Juku

Campus location: Meany Hall (MNY). Event types: Performances. Event sponsors: Declared “one of the most original and startling dance theater groups to be seen” by The New York Times, Sankai Juku is renowned as Japan’s finest example of contemporary Butoh. Choreographer Ushio Amagatsu’s works are sublime visual spectacles and deeply moving theatrical experiences. Sankai Juku returns to Seattle with Amagatsu’s exquisite new work, Meguri: Teeming Sea, Tranquil Land, a poetic meditation on the passage of time as symbolized by the circulation of water and the seasonal transformation of th… Saturday, October 19, 2019, 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM. For more info visit meanycenter.org.

Normative Innovation, Human Rights & Democracy: Concepts and Strategies for a New Global Agenda International Conference

Normative Innovation, Human Rights & Democracy: Concepts and Strategies for a New Global Agenda International seminar organized by the Human Interactions / Normative Innovation (HI-NORM) Research Cluster of the University of Washington October 21-23, Gowen 1-A All are welcome to attend. Monday, October 21 08:00 Opening 08:30 Talk 1: Human Rights, Property Rights, and the Environment (Tilo Wesche, Carl von Ossietzky University) 09:30 Panel: Comments and Discussion (Michael Forman, University of Washington; Amos Nascimento, University of Washington) 10:30 Talk 2: Justice, Migration, and Mercy (Michael Blake, University of Washington) 11:30 Panel: Comments and Discussion (Jamie Mayerfeld, University of Washington; Amy Reed-Sandoval, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Julio Covarrubias, Marquette University) 14:00 Session 1: Intersections on Cosmopolitanism and the Environment (Adam Arnold, Pacific Lutheran University; Ivan Sandoval, University of Nevada, Las Vegas) 16:00 Session 2:… Campus location: Gowen Hall (GWN). Campus room: 1-A. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: Organized by: Human Interactions / Normative Innovation (HI-NORM) Research Cluster of the University of Washington Co-sponsored by the UW Center for Human Rights. Monday, October 21, 2019 – Wednesday, October 23, 2019. For more info visit phil.washington.edu.

Population-Based Strategies for Improving Brain Health

A compelling and robust body of research suggests that modifiable risk factor reduction could substantially impact brain health. The evidence is strongest for cardiovascular risk factors as well as lifestyle risk factors including both physical and cognitive activity while promising data is also emerging for sleep disorders and traumatic brain injury. Cumulatively, the data supports modifiable risk factor reduction at the population-based level, with increasing evidence for multi-domain interventions.  Dr. Yaffe will discuss the latest findings and public health implications of these strategies. Dr. Kristine Yaffe is the Scola Endowed Chair and Vice Chair, Professor of Psychiatry, Neurology, and Epidemiology, and Director of the Center for Population Brain Health at the University of California, San Francisco. In her research, clinical work, and mentoring, she has directed her efforts towards improving the care of patients with cognitive disorders and other geriatric neuropsychiatric conditions. Dr. Yaf… Campus location: Magnuson Health Sciences Center B (HSB). Campus room: UWMC Health Sciences Building, T739. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: Garvey Institute for Brain Health Solutions. Monday, October 21, 2019, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM.

Information Session Lunch & Learn - Master of Supply Chain Management

Join us for an Information Session Lunch & Learn about the 12-month Master of Supply Chain Management Program at the UW Foster School of Business. During the session, we will give you an overview of the program, discuss the admissions process, and answer any questions that you have. We will provide a light lunch and refreshments Register Here. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: MSCM Program Foster School of Business 206-543-6849 mscm@uw.edu. Monday, October 21, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. UW Medicine - South Lake Union. For more info visit foster.radiusbycampusmgmt.com.

Tateuchi Research Methods Workshop Series for Japanologists (Japanologists Library Mixer)

Come to learn library resources and services useful for your research on Japan! This first session of the year will be a mixer where attendees will hear library collection updates from Japanese Studies Librarian and get a chance to know fellow Japanologists from all over the campus and their research interests. Lunch will be provided. Campus location: Gowen Hall (GWN). Campus room: East Asia Library, Gowen Floor 3. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: Tateuchi Foundation. Target Audience: Graduate Students and Faculty. Monday, October 21, 2019, 12:15 PM – 1:15 PM.

'Cross-cultural and Cross-linguistic Perspectives on Narrative Discourse' with Masahiko Minami, San Francisco State University

Culture-specific patterns of communication play a pivotal role in individuals’ understanding of how to interact with those around them. It is well known that the Japanese communication style is intuitive and indirect, and that interpersonal communication often relies on intuition, empathy, and feeling. This lecture focuses on narrative discourse, a linguistic meeting ground of culture, cognition, and emotions, specifically examining various issues such as genre, topic, and oral vs. written narratives. The lecture demonstrates the importance of paying attention not only to narrative content/structure but also to the appropriate use of linguistic devices. Accordingly, the overall goal of this lecture is to grasp culture- and language-specific ways of expressing affective elements in narrative discourse. Masahiko Minami is Professor at San Francisco State University. He also served as an Invited Professor at the National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (2012–2016), where he edited the Handbook… Campus room: LOCATION TBD - PLEASE CHECK BACK. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: UW Japan Studies Program. Monday, October 21, 2019, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM.

Digital Scholarship Project Help Office Hours

Thinking about a digital scholarship or digital publishing project? Come meet with a librarian and instructional technologist!  We help with the following: • Describe your project • Learn about Libraries support options • Incorporate best practices • Determine next steps. Campus location: Allen Library (ALB). Campus room: Research Commons Consultation Space. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: UW Libraries. Target Audience: Students, Faculty, and Staff. Monday, October 21, 2019, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. For more info visit www.lib.washington.edu.

Book Launch - Arbella Bet-Shlimon: City of Black Gold

We are delighted to celebrate the publication of the new book by Associate Professor Arbella Bet-Shlimon, City of Black Gold: Oil, Ethnicity, and the Marking of Modern Kirkuk. Kirkuk is Iraq's most multilingual city, for millennia home to a diverse population. It was also where, in 1927, a foreign company first struck oil in Iraq. Over the following decades, Kirkuk became the heart of Iraq's booming petroleum industry. City of Black Gold tells a story of oil, urbanization, and colonialism in Kirkuk—and how these factors shaped the identities of Kirkuk's citizens, forming the foundation of an ethnic conflict. Arbella Bet-Shlimon reconstructs the twentieth-century history of Kirkuk to question the assumptions about the past underpinning today's ethnic divisions. In the early 1920s, when the Iraqi state was formed under British administration, group identities in Kirkuk were fluid. But as the oil industry fostered colonial power and Baghdad's influence over Kirkuk, intercommunal violence and competing… Campus location: Communications Building (CMU). Campus room: 202. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Monday, October 21, 2019, 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM.

Beginning Excel

Skill level: Beginner (no experience to minimal experience) Join us in the Beginning Excel Workshop that covers efficiently navigating Excel 2016, entering data, organizing data, formatting and styling cells, creating charts and tables, and implementing basic formulas. Campus location: Odegaard Undergraduate Library (OUG). Campus room: OUGL 102. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: UW Learning Technologies. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/huskybytes. Monday, October 21, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM. For more info visit www.washington.edu.

Analytical Chemistry Seminar: Prof. Peter Allen

"TBA" Assistant Professor Peter Allen – Department of Chemistry, University of Idaho Host: Daniel Chiu. Campus location: Chemistry Building (CHB). Campus room: 102. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Monday, October 21, 2019, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM. For more info visit www.uidaho.edu.

QRC 50th Anniversary Speaker Series | Gavin Schmidt

Paleoclimate modeling. Campus location: Ocean Sciences Building (OCN). Campus room: Room 425. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: Quaternary Research Center, qrc.uw.edu, Erin Williamson, https://qrc.uw.edu/, 206-543-6755. Monday, October 21, 2019, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM.

Fish and Wildlife Ecology Seminar

The Fish and Wildlife Ecology Seminar Series is organized by graduate students in the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences and the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences at UW. It is a place for students and faculty to learn about the latest research and exchange ideas across departments. Contact: Molly Hottle; 206-616-4942. Monday, October 21, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Physics and Astronomy C520. For more info visit sefs.uw.edu.

HCDE Career Fair

Please join us for HCDE Career Fair 2019 and connect with a range of industry employers looking for students studying human-centered design and engineering. The fair is open to HCDE students and HCDE alumni from 4 – 6 p.m. Others across campus seeking jobs and internships in related fields are welcome to attend from 6 – 7:30 p.m. Students are expected to dress professionally with a minimum standard of business casual attire. Bring multiple copies of your resume. Bring a portfolio if you have one—either digital or printed—although it is not necessary to attend. The event is a great opportunity to gain insight into companies interested in hiring HCDE students. Although a few employers may invite selected candidates for follow up conversations or interviews after the event, most will require that you apply online when the roles are available. Space will be limited in the ballroom; please leave backpacks and large bags at home. Student registration now open here » PARTICIPATING EMPLOYERS: Alaska… Campus location: Student Union Building (HUB). Campus room: Ballrooms. Event types: Student Activities. Event sponsors: Human Centered Design & Engineering. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/379409412937074/. Monday, October 21, 2019, 4:00 PM – 7:30 PM. For more info visit www.hcde.washington.edu.

Online Open House - Master of Science in Information Systems

Join us for an Open House to learn about the 12-month Master of Science in Information Systems Program at the UW Foster School of Business. During this session, we will give you an overview of the program, discuss the admissions process, and answer any questions that you have. Register Here. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: MSIS Program Foster School of Business 206-543-4587 msis@uw.edu. Monday, October 21, 2019, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Webinar. For more info visit foster.radiusbycampusmgmt.com.

Wood Shop Safety Orientation

This wood shop training is required for all wishing to use the Makerspace wood shop. You must take our training to use our facility. You must also be a current Makerspace member and have a 2019-2020 Makerspace Safety Training/User Agreement before you are allowed to use this wood shop. Limited to 15 people per orientation. First come, first serve. Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: Fluke Hall 215. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: CoMotion Makerspace. Monday, October 21, 2019, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM.

AI Teaching Series (Journal Club) presents "Characterization of Severe Asthma"

Speaker: Raffi Tachdjian, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, UCLA, Division of Allergy, Immunology & Rheumatology. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. SLU E-130B.

Stroke Support Group

Stroke Support Group Typically meets the 4th Tuesday of every month from 10 - 11 AM at 908 Jefferson Street, Seattle, WA 98104 (The Ninth & Jefferson Building, Room 671) This support group is to help lay the foundation for recovery and transition into life after a stroke. Members of the Harborview Medical Center’s stroke care team will be available to answer questions an review educational topics. TOPICS: August 27, 2019 – “Recovering from a Stroke, Swallowing and Nutrition” , September 24, 2019 – “Recovering from a Stroke, Coping with Hemiparesis/Hemiplegia” , October 22, 2019 – “Setting Goals & Tracking Progress” , November 26, 2019 – “Preventing another Stroke” , December 17, 2019 – “Intimacy after Stroke” For questions, please contact HMC Stroke Center at (206) 744-3975 or email stroke@uw.edu. Campus room: Ninth & Jefferson Building (NJB), Room 671. Event types: Information Sessions. Meetings. Not Specified. Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM. 908 Jefferson Street, Seattle, WA 98104.

JET Program Information Session

The JET Program is coming to UW! LIVE, WORK AND DISCOVER JAPAN The Japan Exchange & Teaching (JET) Program is a competitive employment opportunity that offers you the chance to live and work in Japan. Join JET and become a part of a network of like-minded international enthusiasts! Campus location: Gowen Hall (GWN). Campus room: East Asia Library, 2M Seminar Room. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: Japan Studies Program, Consulate-General of Japan in Seattle. Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 10:30 AM – 11:20 AM.

UW Surplus Public Store

The UW Surplus store is open to everyone on Tuesdays from noon – 6pm. UW Surplus takes all unwanted items from all UW departments and two research hospitals. Our objective is to reuse, repurpose, or recycle as many items as possible to lessen the University’s climate impact on both purchasing and disposal. Items are resold through a retail store and live and online auctions. New items are received and added to inventory every day so stock is constantly changing. For more information, visit https://www.washington.edu/facilities/finadmin/movingandsurplus/inventory/index. Campus location: Plant Services Building (PSB). Campus room: Surplus Store. Event types: Special Events. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uwsurplus/. Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

Text Mining Support Office Hours

Based on increasing demand for text mining support, the eScience Institute and UW Libraries are partnering to pilot a text mining service. Bring your text mining questions and we'll do our best to offer you guidance! Campus location: Allen Library (ALB). Campus room: Research Commons Consultation Studio. Event types: Meetings. Event sponsors: eScience Institute UW Libraries. Target Audience: Students, Faculty, and Staff. Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM.

JET Program Information Session

The JET Program is coming to UW! LIVE, WORK AND DISCOVER JAPAN The Japan Exchange & Teaching (JET) Program is a competitive employment opportunity that offers you the chance to live and work in Japan. Join JET and become a part of a network of like-minded international enthusiasts! Campus location: Allen Library (ALB). Campus room: Allen Library Auditorium. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: Japan Studies Program, Consulate-General of Japan in Seattle. Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM.

Copyright and Creative Commons Licenses

See how the Creative Commons helps creators share and use media without rights headaches. It’s simple and empowering.  No need to sign-up, just show up! There are two (2) workshops available: Tuesday 10/22/2019 at  3:00-4:00 PM Wednesday 10/23/2019, 3:00-4:00 PM                                                                                                                                                                                      ABOUT THE CREATIVE COMMONS: The Creative Commons is a collective source for digital media that can be used immediately at no cost.  If you need media for a project, the Creative Commons can help. Campus room: Research Commons: Allen Library South, Ground floor. Event types: Information Sessions. Workshops. Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Research Commons: Allen Library (ALB) 47.655421278318,-122.30700745767. For more info visit guides.lib.uw.edu.

Introduction to Adobe Premiere Pro

Skill Level: Beginning/Intermediate Description: Adobe Premiere Pro is a professional level video editing program supported on both Windows and MacOS. In this workshop, students will learn the basics of editing within Premiere Pro. We will then explore various advanced functionalities of the software such as effects and color correction. Students can expect to leave with an understanding of the uses of Premiere and the ability to begin working on their own video projects. Please sign up using your UW NetID email. Note: Even though the classroom is booked for 1.5 hours, the workshop is one hour long and the last 30 minutes will be used to answer specific questions students may have (you are welcome to bring the projects you are working on if you require any additional help)". Campus location: Odegaard Undergraduate Library (OUG). Campus room: OUGL 102. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: UW Learning Technologies. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/huskybytes. Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM. For more info visit www.washington.edu.

Astrobiology Autumn Colloquium Series - Daniella Scalice (NASA Ames) and Juan Carlos Chavez (University of Washington)

Campus location: Physics / Astronomy Auditorium (PAA). Campus room: PAA 102. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Target Audience: UWAB Community including General Public. Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit depts.washington.edu.

TALK | A Troubled Alliance: Turkey and the United States

Presenter: Reşat Kasaba, Stanley D. Golub Chair of International Studies and Director, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington. Campus location: Thomson Hall (THO). Campus room: 317. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: Middle East Center, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies; and the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization, University of Washington. Contact: mecuw@uw.edu. Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM.

QRC 50th Anniversary Speaker Series | Jake Rice

Talk Title: Sustainable Use, Biodiversity and Climate Change – What is Success when the Goalposts Keep Moving? Keeping uses of natural resources sustainable has not been simple, especially in the ocean where governance has always been more complex than on land.  United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea in 1978 delineated responsibilities for how the ocean is to be used, whereas the Rio Conventions in 1992, including the Convention on Biological Diversity, focused on responsibilities for how the planet, including the ocean, should be conserved.  With different agreements and different perspectives, the relevant interests of government agencies, industries, citizen groups etc. naturally gravitated to different pathways for policy, science and management.  Sectoral users aligned with United Nations agencies developing frameworks maximizing their sustainable uses of the ocean, whereas conservation biologists gravitated to agencies developing frameworks sufficiently precautionary to ensure biodiversity… Campus location: Fishery Sciences (FSH). Campus room: 107. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: Quaternary Research Center, https://qrc.uw.edu/, Erin Williamson, qrc@uw.edu, 206-543-6755. Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM.

Health Equity Lecture Series: Population Health Challenges for Latinos in the U.S.

Alex Ortega, PhD, an epidemiologist and health services researcher, is Professor and Director of the Center for Population Health and Community Impact in the Dornsife School of Public Health at Drexel University. Ortega is known for his research and public advocacy in improving the health and well-being of Latino youth and families in the United States, especially those who are undocumented or are otherwise disenfranchised. He has directed NIH, AHRQ, and foundation-funded research in a variety of sites and contexts, including Puerto Rico, New England, and Southern California. His observational and intervention research have been in a variety of areas focused on Latino health and health care, including: access to and use of health services for youth and families, the impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on population health and health disparities, mental health services and psychiatric epidemiology, and community-engaged interventions to improve food environments in urban food swamps. This is the fourth… Campus location: Intellectual House (INT). Campus room: wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: Schools of Public Health, Nursing and Social Work. Target Audience: All UW and friends interested in health equity. Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

CoMotion Makerspace: ShopBot Office Hours

Need to learn how to design projects, set-up tool paths, or operate the ShopBot? Drop in for office hours for assistance. You must be a current Makerspace member and have a 2019-2020 MakerSpace Safety Training/User Agreement. Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: Fluke Hall 215. Event types: Not Specified. Event sponsors: CoMotion Makerspace. Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

Information Session (in-person) - Master of Science in Entrepreneurship

Join us to learn about the 12-month Master of Science in Entrepreneurship Program at the UW Foster School of Business. During the session, we will give you an overview of the program, discuss the admissions process, and answer any questions that you have.  Guests are always welcome. Register Here If you do not see an information session on the schedule that fits well with your schedule, please reach out to us directly at msentre@uw.edu and we will be happy to set up a time to talk one on one. Campus location: Dempsey Hall (DEM). Campus room: 233. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: Master of Science in Entrepreneurship program Foster School of Business msentre@uw.edu. Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. For more info visit foster.radiusbycampusmgmt.com.

CoMotion Makerspace: Intro to Laser Cutting

Come and learn how to prepare vector graphics ready to be lasercutted. This workshop will cover basic operations and safety procedure required for the laser cutter, in addition to tips and tricks. Take home a custom keychain or coaster. This workshop is only eligible for current Makerspace users (2019-2020). Fee of $5.00 payment includes materials. Please pay with credit card or check at the front desk. Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: Fluke Hall 215. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: CoMotion MakerSpace. Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM.

Makerspace Safety Orientation

In order to have access to the CoMotion Makerspace for the 2019-2020 academic school year, please attend our orientation to learn our safety procedures and operations. The building locks at 5PM sharp, therefore please plan accordingly. Thank you. Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: Fluke Hall 215. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: CoMotion Makerspace. Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

UW Master of Science in Entrepreneurship Info Session

Have a great idea? Want to start a company? Have you started a company but want to broaden your skill set? Join the Master of Science in Entrepreneurship team at the UW Foster School of Business for an informative session where you’ll learn about the details and benefits of this 12-month, full-time program. Register here: https://foster.radiusbycampusmgmt.com/ssc/eform/I78770x80N720x6702fB4.ssc Discover more at www.foster.uw.edu/startup If you aren't available on this date, please reach out to us directly at msentre@uw.edu and we will be happy to set up a time to chat one on one. Campus location: Dempsey Hall (DEM). Campus room: DEM 233. Event types: Information Sessions. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FosterMSEntre/. Twitter: https://twitter.com/FosterMSEntre. Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM. For more info visit www.foster.uw.edu.

UW Science & Engineering Career Fair

The Foster MSIS program will be exhibiting at the annual UW Science & Engineering Career Fair presented by the Science & Engineering Business Association. Representatives will be available to speak to attendees about the MSIS curriculum, features, outcomes, and more!  Learn More. Campus location: Student Union Building (HUB). Event types: Conferences. Special Events. Event sponsors: UW Science & Engineering Business Association (SEBA). Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM. For more info visit www.uwseba.com.

Meet Your Neighbors U-District Charity Fair

There are some great organizations that are changing lives in the U-District and we hope you'll join us to meet them! Admission is free and we'll have great door prizes and light refreshments for our guests. Bring a reusable tote for the University District Food Bank and receive an extra door prize drawing ticket. Campus location: UW Tower. Campus room: North Cafeteria. Event types: Exhibits. Information Sessions. Meetings. Special Events. Not Specified. Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM. For more info visit hr.uw.edu.

Physical Chemistry Seminar: Prof. Robert Griffin

“High Frequency Dynamic Nuclear Polarization: β-Amyloid, Membranes and the Magic Angle” Professor Robert Griffin – Department of Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Host: Stefan Stoll. Campus location: Chemistry Building (CHB). Campus room: 102. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM. For more info visit chemistry.mit.edu.

Master of Science in Human Centered Design & Engineering Online Information Session

Interested in learning more about the Human Centered Design & Engineering Master's program? Join HCDE advisors for an upcoming online Information Session. HCDE Info Sessions provide an overview of the Master of Science in Human Centered Design & Engineering, including curriculum, admissions requirements, and application deadlines. **Attendees will receive two emails within 5 days of the event to access the online webinar.**. Event types: Academics. Target Audience: Prospective HCDE Master's Students. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/715711195612327/. Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Online. For more info visit www.hcde.washington.edu.

Fourth Wednesday Concert Series

Join us on the fourth Wednesday of every month in the Allen Library North lobby for a performance by some of the school's brightest students. The Fourth Wednesdays Concert Series is free and open to the public. Campus location: Allen Library (ALB). Campus room: North Allen Lobby. Event types: Performances. Special Events. Event sponsors: University of Washington School of Music, University Libraries. Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 12:30 PM – 1:15 PM. For more info visit music.washington.edu.

UW Supplemental Retirement Plan Workshop

This workshop is for employees who were eligible for the University of Washington Retirement Plan (UWRP) prior to March 1, 2011 AND who, at the time of retirement, anticipate being at least age 62 with at least 10 years' continuous participation in the UWRP. We will provide an explanation of the UW Supplemental Retirement Plan (UWSRP), the eligibility requirements, and details on how the UWSRP benefit is calculated. Spouses and partners are welcome to attend. REMEMBER TO BRING YOUR HUSKY ID CARD FOR BUILDING ENTRY. Please check in at Reception Desk upon arrival. REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT. Campus location: UW Tower. Campus room: Benefits Conference Center. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: UW Human Resources Benefits Office. Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM. For more info visit ucs.admin.uw.edu.

UW Study Abroad: Financial Planning Workshop (Engineering)

These workshops are intended to help students think about and plan for study abroad expenses early.  It will cover how financial aid and study abroad work together, scholarships to consider, cost comparisons, saving and budgeting strategies as well as tips to locate and purchase airfare. This workshop is also available online if you are unable to attend in person. Campus location: McCarty Hall (MCC). Campus room: B52 MCC. Event types: Information Sessions. Workshops. Event sponsors: UW Study Abroad Scholarship Adviser. Target Audience: Engineering Students. Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM.

SEFS Seminar

The School of Environmental and Forest Sciences (SEFS) holds weekly seminars during the academic year with related experts on a variety of topics. Location/Room: AND 207. Contact: Molly Hottle. Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Forest Club Room, Anderson Hall 207. For more info visit www.sefs.uw.edu.

Text Mining Support Office Hours

Based on increasing demand for text mining support, the eScience Institute and UW Libraries are partnering to pilot a text mining service. Bring your text mining questions and we'll do our best to offer you guidance! Campus location: Physics / Astronomy Building (PAT). Campus room: eScience Institute. Event types: Meetings. Event sponsors: eScience Institute UW Libraries. Target Audience: Students, Faculty, and Staff. Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

LabMed Grand Rounds: Jessie Conta, MS "Genetic Test Stewardship: Perspectives on Evidence, Coding and Quality"

Live streamed via Zoom*: https://www.zoom.us/j/414978331 Online sign-in and evaluation form*: https://tinyurl.com/signin-gr Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds runs most Wednesdays during term in fall, winter and spring quarters from 3:30 to 4:30 PM in Health Sciences room D209. *The live streaming and sign-in/evaluation form URLs remain the same from week to week. Campus location: Magnuson Health Sciences Center D (HSD). Campus room: D209 (Turner Auditorium). Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM.

GO-MAP Power Hour: Dr. Clarence Spigner, "Thriving in Graduate School: 10 Tips for Graduate Students of Color"

More details to come! Campus location: South Campus Center (SOCC). Campus room: 301. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Student Activities. Event sponsors: GO-MAP, School of Public Health-Student and Academic Services. Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:20 PM.

Inventor of the Year

Congratulations to the 2019 inventor of the year Jim Stout, M.D. Jim Stout, M.D. created and leads the Interactive Medical Training Resources (iMTR) group within the Children's Health Institute at University of Washington. He is also Director of the Asthma Clinic at the Odessa Brown Children's Clinic. With collaborators, Dr. Stout and iMTR develop, evaluate, and disseminate online resources for remote training and feedback, with a current focus on implementing diagnostic spirometry in primary care. He also is a co-founder of the National Initiative for Children's Healthcare Quality (NICHQ), a non-profit organization headquartered in Boston. He works on local, national, and international projects with the common aim of improving the quality of health care. Dr. Stout recognized the need for improved training and set about to create computer- based instruction to improve the administration of the tests and the quality and accuracy of results. Initially produced on an interactive CD-ROM, the training was licens… Campus room: Orin Auditorium. Event types: Ceremonies. Special Events. Event sponsors: The Office of Research and Graduate Education. Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 5:00 PM – 7:30 PM. 850 Republican St. Seattle, WA 98109 Building C. For more info visit www.eventbrite.com.

Executive MBA Online Information Session

Meet Foster EMBA Online gives you an opportunity to participate in a live information session from your desk at work or at home. The session includes a general overview of the Foster EMBA Program. The session is about 30 minutes in duration and is led by the associate director, Randell Hernandez. Register today for this Meet Foster EMBA Online session. You will receive a confirmation message and reminder e-mails with the link to access the session. All sessions are Pacific Time. Event types: Information Sessions. Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 5:00 PM – 5:30 PM. Webinar. For more info visit register.gotowebinar.com.

Exhibition Opening – Irreducible Forms

Free and open to all; please RSVP using the Sign Up button above. Exhibition runs from Thursday, October 24, through Saturday, November 9, 2019. Jacob Lawrence Gallery hours are Tuesday–Friday, 10am–5pm, and Saturday, 1–5pm. The Jacob Lawrence Gallery is pleased to present Irreducible Forms, an exhibition of work by the second-year Master of Fine Arts students working in and between the media of installation, time-based visual art, painting, and sculpture. In a time in which data is mined to forecast behavioral trends and complex sociopolitical situations are flattened into clichés and clickbait, the concept of irreducibility insists upon understanding events and forms as nuanced, complex, and resistant to simplistic capture. Read about the eight artists at the link below. Campus location: Art Building (ART). Campus room: Jacob Lawrence Gallery. Event types: Exhibits. Special Events. Student Activities. Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM. For more info visit art.washington.edu.

Makerspace Safety Orientation

In order to have access to the CoMotion Makerspace for the 2019-2020 academic school year, please attend our orientation to learn our safety procedures and operations. The building locks at 5PM sharp, therefore please plan accordingly. Thank you. Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: Fluke Hall 215. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: CoMotion Makerspace. Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

UW Farm To Table Dinner Celebration

The 6th annual UW Farm To Table Dinner is an event celebrating autumn and the harvest with a community meal featuring student-grown produce from the University of Washington campus farm. The UW Farm welcomes the general public and family members of any age. Highlights: A buffet (vegetarian and vegan offerings) of organically grown dishes prepared by chef Matthew Lasof of UW's Local Point; cash bar featuring Burke Gilman Brewery and local wine and distillery vendors; locally sourced desserts; fun activities for the whole family including a 'Flower Photo Booth'; presentations; a slide show; movie shorts; Indigenous crop display/CSF grant presentation, silent auction and live music featuring Estonian Folk instruments! Campus location: Center for Urban Horticulture. Campus room: NHS Hall. Event types: Special Events. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/391662421539671/. Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM. For more info visit botanicgardens.uw.edu.

Engineering Lecture: Human and Ecosystem Health: Arsenic in Food, Water, Plants and Animals

Lecture is free, but registration is required: https://www.engr.washington.edu/alumni/lectures Arsenic, a naturally occurring but carcinogenic pollutant, is ubiquitous in natural and agricultural ecosystems. Professor Neumann, an arsenic expert, is advancing knowledge of how arsenic in our global and local environment affects food and water quality and the health of ecosystems. Speaker: Rebecca Neumann, Associate Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering Part of the 2019 Engineering Lecture Series, The Future of Food: Protecting Human and Environmental Health. Campus location: Kane Hall (KNE). Campus room: 130. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: College of Engineering. Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM. For more info visit www.engr.washington.edu.

Music of Today: DXARTS

The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media presents an evening of digital music. This series is co-sponsored by the School of Music. Tickets: FREE. Campus location: Meany Hall (MNY). Campus room: Meany Theater. Event types: Performances. Event sponsors: Hosted by: Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media; https://dxarts.washington.edu/; and UW School of Music; www.music.washington.edu; 206.543.4880. Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 7:30 PM. For more info visit music.washington.edu.

Exhibition – Irreducible Forms

Opening reception: Wednesday, October 23, 5–7pm Jacob Lawrence Gallery hours are Tuesday–Friday, 10am–5pm, and Saturday, 1–5pm. The Jacob Lawrence Gallery is pleased to present Irreducible Forms, an exhibition of work by the second-year Master of Fine Arts students working in and between the media of installation, time-based visual art, painting, and sculpture. In a time in which data is mined to forecast behavioral trends and complex sociopolitical situations are flattened into clichés and clickbait, the concept of irreducibility insists upon understanding events and forms as nuanced, complex, and resistant to simplistic capture. Read about the eight artists at the link below. Campus location: Art Building (ART). Campus room: Jacob Lawrence Gallery. Event types: Exhibits. Student Activities. Thursday, October 24, 2019 – Saturday, November 9, 2019. For more info visit art.washington.edu.

Department of Medicine Grand Rounds

Stream via Zoom: https://washington.zoom.us/j/812197730 Global Health Lecture "Building sustainable clinical and research capacity in sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons learned from Kenyan collaborations over the last two decades" Carey Farquhar, MD, MPH Professor of Global Health, Epidemiology, Allergy and Infectious Diseases Vice Dean for Education, School of Public Health Associate Chair for Academic Programs, Global Health University of Washington. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: UW Department of Medicine. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. Health Sciences Center T625. For more info visit medicine.uw.edu.

Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare & Master of Social Work Prospective Student Drop-in Advising Hours (10:00-12:00, 1:00-3:00)

Social work is social change! Interested in learning more about UW's Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare or Master of Social Work programs?  Join us for drop-in hours (no appointment needed) on most Thursdays from 10:00-12:00 or 1:00-3:00 in Room 023 (ground floor) of the School of Social Work building on the UW Seattle campus. No appointments are necessary during these Thursday drop-in hours.  Prospective students who are interested in setting up an appointment for a different day or time are welcome to call 206-543-5676 to schedule an appointment for a different day. Social workers help people and work to enhance the quality of life for all – especially those who are vulnerable and oppressed. They serve as mental health counselors, hospital and school social workers, immigrant & refugee allies, community activists, nonprofit leaders, policy advocates and more. They value a person-in-environment, equity-driven systems approach and employ a uniquely holistic, strengths-based social work lens rooted in… Campus location: Social Work / Speech & Hearing Sciences Building (SWS). Campus room: School of Social Work, Room 023. Event types: Information Sessions. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UWSSW. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM. For more info visit socialwork.uw.edu.

Organic Chemistry Seminar: Prof. William Dichtel

“TBA” Professor William Dichtel – Department of Chemistry, Northwestern University Host: Matt Golder. Campus location: Chemistry Building (CHB). Campus room: 102. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM. For more info visit www.chemistry.northwestern.edu.

TALK | Desert Borderland: The Making of Modern Egypt and Libya

Presenter: Matthew Ellis, Christian A. Johnson Endeavor Foundation Chair in International Affairs and Middle East Studies at Sarah Lawrence College. He is a historian specializing in the social, intellectual, and cultural history of the modern Middle East and North Africa. In this talk—based on his recent book, Desert Borderland: The Making of Modern Egypt and Libya (Stanford, 2018)—Matthew Ellis adopts a different approach to national territoriality, arguing that Egypt and Libya emerged steadily as modern territorial nation-states in the decades before World War I despite the lack of official maps defining their borders. By reconstructing the multiple layers and meanings of territoriality in this desert borderland, Ellis suggests that national territoriality was not simply imposed on Egypt’s western—or Ottoman Libya’s eastern—domains by centralizing state power, but rather emerged only through a complex and multilayered process of negotiation with a range of local actors motivated by their own conceptions… Campus location: Thomson Hall (THO). Campus room: 317. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: Middle East Center, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies. Part of the 2019-20 "Voices in Middle East Studies." Contact: mecuw@uw.edu. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM.

Environmental & Occupational Health Seminar / Breysse Lecture: "Emerging Technologies: Changing the Landscape for Worker Health and Safety" - Charles Geraci, PhD, CIH, FAIHA

ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Dr. Charles Geraci is the NIOSH Associate Director for Emerging Technologies where he leads the Nanotechnology Research Center, the Advanced Manufacturing Initiative, and the new Emerging Technologies program. Dr. Geraci has earned national and international recognition for his scientific leadership in the field and for his ability to translate complex scientific issues into practical guidance for worker protection, earning him NIOSH Distinguished Career Scientist status in 2017. Additional accomplishments include the 2019 Henry Smyth, Jr. award from the AIHA; the 2018 Jeffrey Lee Lecture Award from the Foundation for Occupational Health and Safety; and the 2015 Edward J. Baier Technical Achievement Award from the AIHA. ABOUT THE LECTURESHIP: The Peter A. Breysse Memorial Lectureship was established by the Breysse family and friends in honor of Peter Breysse, associate professor emeritus in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, to recognize his dedication to… Campus location: Magnuson Health Sciences Center T (HST). Campus room: HSB T435. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Twitter: #EHSeminar. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 12:30 PM – 1:20 PM.

Science in Medicine: New Investigator, Kelley Harris, Ph.D.

Kelley uses population genetic theory and high-throughput biological sequence analysis to study recent evolutionary history in humans and other species. Campus location: William H. Foege Genome Sciences (GNOM). Campus room: Foege Auditorium. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: The Office of Research and Graduate Education (RGE). Thursday, October 24, 2019, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM. For more info visit www.uwmedicine.org.

Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) Retirement Workshop

Who should attend: Employees currently participating in a PERS, TRS, SERS or LEOFF Retirement Plan and who expect to retire within the next 12 months. Please contact the Department of Retirement Systems (DRS) at 1-800-547-6657 to request your retirement estimate and application or visit www.drs.wa.gov. This 3-hour workshop is designed for those retiring within the year and covers the following topics: Retirement eligibility , Completing the DRS and UW retirement applications , Retiree medical plan choices and enrollment , Applying for Medicare , Leave balances and VEBA, if applicable , Notifying your department about your separation , Working after retirement MPORTANT: Spouses/partners are welcome to attend this workshop on a space-available basis only. Email totalben@uw.edu or phone 206-543-4444 to register your spouse/partner. Be sure to specify the workshop date. BRING YOUR HUSKY ID CARD FOR BUILDING ENTRY. You must check in at the UW Benefits Reception desk at UW Tower, Floor O-1 at least… Campus location: UW Tower. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: UW Human Resources Benefits Office. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit ucs.admin.uw.edu.

UW Graduate School Fair

The Foster MSIS program will be exhibiting at the annual UW Graduate School Fair. Representatives will be available to speak to attendees about the MSIS curriculum, features, outcomes, and more!  Learn More. Campus location: Student Union Building (HUB). Event types: Conferences. Special Events. Event sponsors: UW Graduate & Professional Advisors Association. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM. For more info visit uwgpaa.wixsite.com.

CoMotion Makerspace: Intro to Fusion 360

Learn your way around the Fusion 360 interface and learn how to model your ideas. Fee of $3.00 payment. Please pay with credit card or check at the front desk. Thank you. You must be a current Makerspace member and have a 2019-2020 Makerspace Safety Training/User Agreement before you are allowed to attend this workshop. Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: Fluke Hall 215. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: CoMotion Makerspace. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM.

University of Washington Graduate School Fair

Graduate programs from UW, across Washington, and throughout the nation are invited to participate in the UW Graduate School Fair on Thursday, October 24, 2019 in the Husky Union Building (HUB). Free and open to the public! Representatives will be available to provide information about graduate school programs from across the country! The UW Graduate School Fair is hosted by UW GPAA (Graduate and Professional Advisors Association).  For complete details and to sign-up for reminders, visit: http://uwgpaa.wixsite.com/uwgradfair. Campus location: Student Union Building (HUB). Campus room: Husky Union Building (HUB). Event types: Exhibits. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM. For more info visit uwgpaa.wixsite.com.

JET Program Information Session

The JET Program is coming to UW! LIVE, WORK AND DISCOVER JAPAN The Japan Exchange & Teaching (JET) Program is a competitive employment opportunity that offers you the chance to live and work in Japan. Join JET and become a part of a network of like-minded international enthusiasts! Campus location: Allen Library (ALB). Campus room: Allen Library Auditorium. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: Japan Studies Program, Consulate-General of Japan in Seattle. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 2:30 PM – 3:20 PM.

Preview: Prospective Student Information Session

If you are a college transfer or high school student, consider attending Preview to get a first-hand look at the School of Art + Art History + Design and its programs. These hour-long info sessions, led by professional academic advisers, are designed to introduce prospective undergraduate students to the academic and enrichment programs in the School including degree options, scholarships, classroom to career connections, and more. No registration is necessary, but you should prepare for Preview by exploring our undergraduate degree programs in Art, Art History and Design on this website. If you are a prospective graduate student, please follow links here to read about our graduate programs. Campus location: Art Building (ART). Campus room: Room 120. Event types: Academics. Information Sessions. Event sponsors: Academic Advising + Student Services, School of Art + Art History + Design. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit art.washington.edu.

China’s War on Smuggling: Law, Economic Life, and the Making of the Modern State

Philip Thai is assistant professor in the department of history at Northeastern University. He received his Ph.D. from Stanford University, and he specializes in modern Chinese, East Asian, legal, economic, and diplomatic history. His book China’s War on Smuggling: Law, Economic Life, and the Making of the Modern State, 1842–1965 was published by Columbia University Press in 2018, and his interdisciplinary research has been supported by many organizations including the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) and the Social Science Research Council (SSRC). He is currently at work on a new project exploring the many informal connections and underground economies across “Greater China” during the Cold War. Coastal smuggling has been a thorny problem for successive governments in modern China. But while smuggling might have operated on the margins of the law, it was far from marginal in driving important historical changes. Introducing his new book, Philip Thai explores how campaigns against smuggling tra… Campus location: Thomson Hall (THO). Campus room: Room 317. Event types: Academics. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM.

Neoliberalism and the (Dis)integration of the Political

This panel is the keynote session of a conference on neoliberalism that asks whether ours is a moment of unprecedented political consolidation, in which capital has fully subsumed and subordinated the state, or rather a juncture where the crisis-prone nature of capitalism is most fully on display. If the state is reduced to just another site of accumulation (an indemnifier of financial institutions and other market actors), what becomes of the enterprise of governance and the work of securing the forms and institutions of social reproduction?  Does the decomposition of the social body so palpably occurring in the U.S. and elsewhere across the globe – the defacto state of domestic antagonism verging on simmering civil war – signal that capitalism has finally cannibalized its own social and political life support system?  And what do our answers to these and allied questions suggest about the practices and imaginaries of opposition? The event is sponsored by the Simpson Center for the Humanities, with the ge… Campus location: Communications Building (CMU). Campus room: 120. Event types: Academics. Event sponsors: The event is sponsored by the Simpson Center for the Humanities, with the generous co-sponsorship of American Ethnic Studies, Anthropology, CHID, English, Geography, Political Science, the Jackson School of International Studies, and the Harry Bridges Labor Center. Target Audience: Faculty and Graduate studens. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

Environmental Innovation Studio

There are plenty of environmental problems to tackle but where do you start? Where within a system will change truly make a positive difference? Join us for an active session full of problem solving! Hear our guest speakers representing government, community, and industry to present unique challenges facing our city and local environment then work with them to start creating innovative solutions to these complex problems. Free and open to all students, all majors. RSVP: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/uwbuerk/378488. Campus location: Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center (ECC1). Event types: Special Events. Student Activities. Workshops. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

QRC 50th Anniversary Speaker Series | Sue Kidwell

Talk Title: Our new understanding of dead-shell assemblages: A powerful tool for deciphering human impacts, One of the big challenges in environmental management and conservation biology is discovering ‘what was natural’ before human impacts. This problem is especially pressing in marine systems, where direct monitoring of conditions is usually short relative to the span of cultural stressors or is lacking for key variables. Geological analysis of molluscan death assemblages – the dead shells sieved from the top 10-15cm of the seabed during biological surveys – is demonstrating that they are a powerful means of detecting, in the absence of direct observations, benthic response to a wide array of human stressors, such as anthropogenic eutrophication, bottom trawling, and dredge-spoil dumping. The densely monitored coast of urban southern California provides a wonderful study area for testing the limits of this approach. Even here, “live-dead comparison” and “age-unmixing” of skeletal debris has revealed a… Campus location: Fishery Sciences (FSH). Campus room: Room 102. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

Neurology Grand Rounds

TBD. Campus location: Magnuson Health Sciences Center K (HSK). Campus room: K069. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM.

Faculty Lecture – Stuart Lingo, Art History

Art History Associate Professor Stuart Lingo gives a presentation about his research. TITLE Painting's Dreams at the End of the World: America, Ancient Grotesques, and Artistic Invention c. 1500 DESCRIPTION Art, the artist, and the imagination attained unprecedented significance around 1500 in a Europe upended by cultural transformation, religious reform, and millenarian expectations. These years also witnessed Europe's decisive encounter with the Americas. Art history has perceived little overlap between this epochal event and the fascination with Greco-Roman antiquity that drove much period artistic experimentation. Yet, in imaginative sketches by Albrecht Dürer, revolutionary religious frescoes by Luca Signorelli, and a flight of butterflies from a singular mythological painting, we can recover a lost history in which antiquity and the "new world" intertwined to inspire a culture in search of self-renewal. This is one of a series of lectures during autumn quarter by six faculty who are going… Campus location: Art Building (ART). Campus room: Rooms 227/229. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. For more info visit art.washington.edu.

Makerspace Safety Orientation

In order to have access to the CoMotion Makerspace for the 2019-2020 academic school year, please attend our orientation to learn our safety procedures and operations. The building locks at 5PM sharp, therefore please plan accordingly. Thank you. Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: Fluke Hall 215. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: CoMotion Makerspace. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

Career Panel: Understand the New Communication Job Landscape

Meet  Guest Speakers: Suna Gurol Jeffreys, Digital Marketing Director, WE Communications Tori Pinheiro, UX Content Designer, Microsoft Shawn Sam Ahmadi, Enterprise Account Manager, Amazon If you are interested in a career in marketing, digital media, content strategy, or product design, to name a few, and want to find out what the new communication job landscape looks like, join us and learn more about UW Communication Leadership Graduate Program. Campus location: Communications Building (CMU). Campus room: Room 226. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: Communication Leadership Program. Target Audience: undergraduates, prospective students. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM. For more info visit www.eventbrite.com.

Faculty Recital: Rachel Lee Priday, violin

The School of Music’s newest faculty member, violinist Rachel Lee Priday, performs works by Bernstein, Bartók, Salonen, Stravinsky, and Franck in her debut UW recital. With guest pianist Julio Elizalde. Bernstein: Canon for Aaron Bartók: Six Romanian Folk Dances Salonen: Lachen Verlernt Stravinsky: Suite Italienne Franck: Sonata in A Major for Violin and Piano Tickets: $20 ($10 students, seniors). Campus location: Meany Hall (MNY). Campus room: Meany Theater. Event types: Performances. Event sponsors: UW Music; www.music.washington.edu; ArtsUW Ticket Office: 206.543.4880. Facebook: http://facebook.com/UWMusic. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 7:30 PM. For more info visit music.washington.edu.

America’s Secret War in Africa

In recent years, the U.S. military has conducted dozens of named operations and activities in Africa — more than in any other region of the world. In this lecture, Nick Turse sheds light on this secret war. Turse is the author or co-author of seven books, most recently “Next Time They’ll Come to Count the Dead: War and Survival in South Sudan” and “Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam,” which received a 2014 American Book Award. Campus location: Kane Hall (KNE). Campus room: 120. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: The Graduate School, University of Washington Health Alliance International, Department of Global Heath, Department of Health Services, School of Public Health, Department of Communication, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, African Studies Program. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 7:30 PM.

Public Lecture with Nick Turse

Lecture Title: America’s Secret War in Africa In recent years, the U.S. military has conducted dozens of named operations and activities in Africa — more than in any other region of the world. In this lecture, Nick Turse sheds light on this secret war. Turse is the author or co-author of seven books, most recently “Next Time They’ll Come to Count the Dead: War and Survival in South Sudan” and “Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam,” which received a 2014 American Book Award. Campus location: Kane Hall (KNE). Campus room: 120. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: The Graduate School, University of Washington Health Alliance International, Department of Global Heath, Department of Health Services, School of Public Health, Department of Communication, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, African Studies Program. Thursday, October 24, 2019, 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM. For more info visit grad.uw.edu.

Family Nature Class: Bones and Skeletons

Join us for a Family Nature Class and make connections with the natural world that will last a lifetime! Through science-based exploration and outdoor play preschoolers and their caregivers will experience the UW Botanic Gardens using their senses. Each class begins with an opportunity to explore several learning stations based on the week's theme where children can practice fine motor skills, sensory investigation, creativity, and pre-math and literacy skills. Station time is followed by an opening circle and hike where the group will play games, listen to a story and further explore the weekly theme. Family Nature Class is a great way to get outside with your preschooler, foster curiosity and explore the natural world. Class Details WHO: Children ages 2-5. The group maximum is 12 children. WHEN: Friday or Saturday from 9:30-11:30am WHERE: Washington Park Arboretum, 2300 Arboretum Dr E, Seattle COST: $19/class for 1 adult and 1 child. Additional child: $9.50/class (children must be… Campus room: White tent behind the greenhouse near the Graham Visitors Center. Presenter: UW Botanic Gardens Naturalists. Contact Information: uwbgeduc@uw.edu; 206-685-8033. Ticket Link: https://www.uwbotanicgardenscatalog.org/Family-Nature-Classes-C266.aspx. Friday, October 25, 2019, 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM. Washington Park Arboretum, Graham Visitors Center, 2300 Arboretum Drive E, Seattle, WA 98112. For more info visit www.uwbotanicgardenscatalog.org.

World Audiovisual Heritage and Archives Day Movie Celebration

Join archivists from the University of Washington Ethnomusicology Archives and the University of Washington Libraries Special Collections in celebration of World Audiovisual Heritage and Archives Day!  Archivists John Vallier and Hannah Palin will share favorite films, videotapes, and audio recordings from their collections showcasing our region’s rich audiovisual heritage. The World Day for Audiovisual Heritage (10/27) is a key initiative for both UNESCO and the Coordinating Council of Audiovisual Archives Associations (CCAAA) to honor audiovisual preservation professionals and institutions that safeguard our heritage for future generations. Around the world audiovisual archives join together annually on this day to celebrate their work with events that not only highlight the vulnerability of these valuable materials, but also to celebrate the often, unheralded work of the institutions that provide protection and preservation, ensuring their availability in the future. ABOUT THE ARCHIVES: The… Campus location: Allen Library (ALB). Campus room: Allen Library, ground floor, north wing, room G81L. Event types: Screenings. Target Audience: film, history, music enthusiasts, students, faculty and public. Twitter: #wdavh2019, #AVheritage, #Audiovisual. Friday, October 25, 2019, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM. For more info visit en.unesco.org.

UW Native Plant Nursery work parties

Looking for a fun way to end your week? Join us at the SER Native Plant Nursery for our weekly work parties on Fridays 11 am - 2 pm. You'll get to see nursery management in practice and the behind-the-scenes to growing plants! Come learn about native plant propagation and production at our student-run nursery. BEFORE ATTENDING THE WORK PARTY, YOU ARE REQUIRED TO RSVP HERE. Every Friday from 11:00-2:00 PM we will be hosting a work party where you can participate in a variety of nursery tasks including sowing seeds, up-potting plants, working on outdoor restoration projects, and more! Please meet at the Douglas Research Conservatory (DRC) at the Center for Urban Horticulture. Everyone is welcome and no experience is needed. Gloves, tools, and snacks are provided for all volunteers! Dress to get dirty, and don’t forget your water bottle! Campus location: Douglas Research Conservatory (DRC). Campus room: SER Hoop House. Event types: Meetings. Student Activities. Event sponsors: Society for Ecological Restoration, UW Chapter. Friday, October 25, 2019, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM. For more info visit sites.uw.edu.

Fundamentals for Startups Friday: Building a Solid IP Strategy

Building a Solid IP Strategy Proper management of company IP is critical, but can be an area of confusion, especially for burgeoning startups. Additionally, it can involve considerable expense. Come to this talk with Signe Naeve, Intellectual Property Counsel, Starbucks Coffee Company, to get an overview of the IP landscape, and guidance on how to prioritize and budget based on your company’s unique needs. Topics: How various IP is acquired, associated timelines, and cost , Patent, trade secrets, trademark, copyright , Tips and resources for building your IP strategy Signe Naeve Signe is intellectual property counsel for Starbucks Coffee Company, responsible for trademark prosecution and enforcement for the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean. She advises business clients on IP issues related to merchandise, social media, card, and domain names. She is a graduate of the University of Washington School of Law. Read more about Signe Naeve on LinkedIn. Format… Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: 3rd Floor, Idea Lab. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Friday, October 25, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. For more info visit www.youtube.com.

Information Session (online) - Master of Science in Entrepreneurship

Join us to learn about the one-year Master of Science in Entrepreneurship Program at the UW Foster School of Business. During the session, we will give you an overview of the program, discuss the student experience, and answer any questions that you have. Register Here If you do not see an information session on the schedule that fits well with your schedule, please reach out to us directly at msentre@uw.edu and we will be happy to set up a time to talk one on one. Campus room: Webinar. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: Master of Science in Entrepreneurship program Foster School of Business msentre@uw.edu. Friday, October 25, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Online. For more info visit foster.radiusbycampusmgmt.com.

Design Instructor Office Hours

Come with questions on Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and/or InDesign! Feel free to bring any projects you need help on as well! Please bring your own machine (with the software installed) if you can. Campus location: Odegaard Undergraduate Library (OUG). Campus room: 230. Event types: Workshops. Friday, October 25, 2019, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM.

CoMotion Makerspace: Intro to Rhinoceros (CAD)

Learn your way around the Rhino interface and learn how to vectorize or model your ideas. This workshop is only eligible for current Makerspace users (2019-2020). Fee of $3.00 payment. Please pay with credit card or check at the front desk. Thank you. Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: Fluke Hall 215. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: CoMotion Makerspace. Friday, October 25, 2019, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM.

QRC 50th Anniversary Speaker Series | Katerina Douka

Talk Title: How recent developments in chronometric (radiocarbon) dating have transformed the study of late human evolution Human fossils discovered in the past decade, as well as sequencing of ancient genomes, have transformed our knowledge of important evolutionary processes surrounding members of Homo sp. including the complex relationships amongst archaic (Neanderthals, Denisovans) and early modern human groups that lived in Eurasia over the last 200,000 years. Yet the significance of these findings is often muddled by the lack of reliable chronologies regarding to when (and where) hominin groups met and interacted. In this talk, I will describe our efforts to develop and apply new tools for constructing reliable chronologies for the Late Pleistocene, focusing on radiocarbon dating and Bayesian statistical modeling. Such tools were applied in defining the timing of Neanderthal extinction in Europe (Higham, Douka et al. 2014; Nature), as well as the age of the Denisovans in Siberia (Douka et al. 201… Campus location: Denny Hall (DEN). Campus room: Room 313. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Friday, October 25, 2019, 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM.

Adobe Illustrator - Fundamentals

Skill level: Beginner Project: Digital illustration Learn the basics of vector-based design. Adobe Illustrator, a industry-standard graphics and vector program, puts the creative process on screen. Come take the first steps with this workshop. Please sign up using your UW NetID email. Note: If you would like individual help on a project, please schedule a consultation by emailing help@uw.edu. Campus location: Odegaard Undergraduate Library (OUG). Campus room: OUGL 102. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: UW Learning Technologies. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/huskybytes. Friday, October 25, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM. For more info visit www.washington.edu.

Executive MBA Class Visit

One of the best ways to truly appreciate the level and intensity of interaction and discussion in the Executive MBA classroom is to experience it yourself through an EMBA Class Visit. We suggest requesting a class visit two weeks in advance so that we can ensure you receive driving and parking information and class materials. While we do our best to accommodate each request, we are limited by classroom seating capacity, current EMBA Student Host availability, and professors’ daily teaching agenda. For visitors from outside Seattle, we also offer overnight accommodations (when available) at our partner hotel, Silver Cloud Inn – University District (near the University Village). Please make sure to inquire about accommodations when scheduling your EMBA Class Visit. Registration is required in order to attend. Please use the link below in order to register. Campus location: Bank of America Executive Education Center (EXED). Campus room: Bank of America Executive Center, 228C. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: Foster Executive MBA Admissions 206.685.1333 emba@uw.edu. Saturday, October 26, 2019, 8:00 AM – 3:45 PM. For more info visit foster.radiusbycampusmgmt.com.

Class Visit - SCM 511: Strategic Sourcing and Procurement

Experience an MSCM class (SCM 511: Strategic Sourcing and Procurement) first-hand and be the guest of a student host! Visitors will also have the option to have lunch with student hosts. Please note that while we do our best to accommodate each request, we are limited by classroom seating capacity. Register Here. Campus location: PACCAR Hall (PCAR). Event types: Special Events. Event sponsors: MSCM Program Foster School of Business 206-543-6849 mscm@uw.edu. Saturday, October 26, 2019, 8:30 AM – 11:45 AM. For more info visit foster.radiusbycampusmgmt.com.

Family Nature Class: Bones and Skeletons

Join us for a Family Nature Class and make connections with the natural world that will last a lifetime! Through science-based exploration and outdoor play preschoolers and their caregivers will experience the UW Botanic Gardens using their senses. Each class begins with an opportunity to explore several learning stations based on the week's theme where children can practice fine motor skills, sensory investigation, creativity, and pre-math and literacy skills. Station time is followed by an opening circle and hike where the group will play games, listen to a story and further explore the weekly theme. Family Nature Class is a great way to get outside with your preschooler, foster curiosity and explore the natural world. Class Details WHO: Children ages 2-5. The group maximum is 12 children. WHEN: Friday or Saturday from 9:30-11:30am WHERE: Washington Park Arboretum, 2300 Arboretum Dr E, Seattle COST: $19/class for 1 adult and 1 child. Additional child: $9.50/class (children must be… Campus room: White tent behind the greenhouse near the Graham Visitors Center. Presenter: UW Botanic Gardens Naturalists. Contact Information: uwbgeduc@uw.edu; 206-685-8033. Ticket Link: https://www.uwbotanicgardenscatalog.org/Family-Nature-Classes-C266.aspx. Saturday, October 26, 2019, 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM. Washington Park Arboretum, Graham Visitors Center, 2300 Arboretum Drive E, Seattle, WA 98112. For more info visit www.uwbotanicgardenscatalog.org.

Families Fallin' for Fall

What better place to fall in love with fall than in the Washington Park Arboretum? Designed for youth ages 6yo+ and their caregivers, Fallin’ for Fall is an opportunity to get outside and enjoy this season of change with family and friends—old and new! We will hike, explore, and play our way through the beauty of the trees, the falling of the leaves, the dispersal of the seeds, and more! And what fall wandering would be complete without some leaf pile jumping? Register Online or by phone (206-685-8033) Cost: First Child: $5 Additional Children: $1 Adults accompanied by children: Free. Presenter: UW Botanic Gardens Naturalists. Contact Information: uwbgeduc@uw.edu; 206-685-8033. Ticket Link: https://www.uwbotanicgardenscatalog.org/Families-Fallin-for-Fall-P1960C267.aspx. Saturday, October 26, 2019, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM. Washington Park Arboretum, Graham Visitors Center, 2300 Arboretum Drive E, Seattle, WA 98112. For more info visit www.uwbotanicgardenscatalog.org.

Got Your Ducks in a Row? End-of-Life Planning Workshop

Here's your chance to take care of the decisions and paperwork that you know you need to finalize. Co-hosted by the UW Retirement Association and  People’s Memorial Association, a Washington State nonprofit resource for funeral consumer education and advocacy, this three-hour workshop will feature three experts who will address issues ranging from estate planning to health care directives to funeral planning. Get your questions ready and join us for this critical workshop. Everyone is welcome! Register for $15 here: https://events.uw.edu/c/express/0001b968-5725-4a0f-bdd1-f0a5e805a7f9. Saturday, October 26, 2019, 12:30 PM – 3:30 PM. Alder Hall Auditorium.

Class Visit - SCM 513: Operations Management

Experience an MSCM class  (SCM 513: Operations Management) first-hand and be the guest of a student host! Visitors will also have the option to have lunch with student hosts before class. Please note that while we do our best to accommodate each request, we are limited by classroom seating capacity. Register Here. Campus location: PACCAR Hall (PCAR). Event types: Special Events. Event sponsors: MSCM Program Foster School of Business 206-543-6849 mscm@uw.edu. Saturday, October 26, 2019, 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM. For more info visit foster.radiusbycampusmgmt.com.

Wind Ensemble Chamber Winds

Members of the UW Wind Ensemble perform wind music arranged for small ensembles.   Program Detail (incomplete) Jean Françaix: Sept Danses, Brian Balmages: Fanfare Canzonique FREE. Campus location: Music Building (MUS). Campus room: Brechemin Auditorium. Event types: Performances. Event sponsors: UW School of Music; www.music.washington.edu; 206.685.8384. Facebook: http://facebook.com/UWMusic. Sunday, October 27, 2019, 1:30 PM. For more info visit music.washington.edu.

Halloween Organ Concert

Current and former students of the UW Organ program present this annual favorite—an evening of spooky organ classics—including Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D minor—on the UW’s Littlefield Organ. With guest curator, recently retired UW Professor of Organ Carole Terry. FREE admission. Campus location: Kane Hall (KNE). Campus room: Walker-Ames Room. Event types: Performances. Event sponsors: University of Washington School of Music; www.music.washington.edu; 206.685.8384. Facebook: http://facebook.com/UWMusic. Sunday, October 27, 2019, 7:30 PM. For more info visit music.washington.edu.

Accessibility 101 Online Training

Registrations are now open! Accessibility 101 Training for UW faculty and staff is here again! This fully online, asynchronous, 4-week Canvas course will start October 28, 2019 and end November 22, 2019. Registrants will be enrolled and notified the week before the course starts. There is no fee to take this course. It is required you use your NetID@uw.edu email address to register for this course as we will be using the UW Canvas LMS to host the class. You will find learning content, videos, assessments to check your understanding and practical assignments. Expectations for time requirements are between 3-4 hours per week, depending on your learning preferences. See a free preview of this course. A completion certificate will be offered to participants who complete the required activities with a 85% or above grade. Processing will take 4-6  weeks after the end of course. This course is divided into content areas addressing the following topics: Accessibility basics and Universal Design for… UW Bothell Event types: Academics. Workshops. Twitter: #UWAccessibility101. Event types: Academics. Workshops. Monday, October 28, 2019 – Friday, November 22, 2019.

Applying Ecological Concepts and Theories to Restoration Design, Maintenance, and Management

Class attendees will learn about the ecological concepts and theories most relevant to restoration project development, design, and implementation in order to increase the resistance and resilience of their own restoration projects. They will learn ways in which ecological concepts and theories can be practically applied using local and global restoration projects as examples as well as in the context of discussing their own projects. Lunch included. Cost: $95 Register Online or by phone (206-685-8033). Campus room: Douglas Classroom. Presenter: Rodney Pond, Edmonds Community College and Sound Salmon Solutions. Contact Information: urbhort@uw.edu; 206-685-8033. Ticket Link: https://www.uwbotanicgardenscatalog.org/Applying-Ecological-Concepts-and-Theories-to-Restoration-Design-Maintenance-and-Management-P1955C268.aspx. Monday, October 28, 2019, 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM. UW Botanic Gardens, Center for Urban Horticulture, Douglas Classroom, 3501 NE 41st St Seattle, WA 98105. For more info visit www.uwbotanicgardenscatalog.org.

Careers in Chemistry Talk: Prof. Peter Hamm

Careers in Chemistry Talk with Autumn 2019 Chemistry Colloquium lecturer Professor Peter Hamm of the University of Zurich All are invited to learn about Prof. Hamm's career path. Coffee and doughnuts will be provided Hosted by the Graduate Student Colloquium Committee (chemcoll@uw.edu). Campus location: Chemistry Building (CHB). Campus room: 102. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Monday, October 28, 2019, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM. For more info visit www.chem.uzh.ch.

Introduction to Poll Everywhere

Please register with your UW NetID email, so that we can add you to our workshop. Many large and some small classes at UW use classroom response systems (CRS) to conduct live polls and graded knowledge checks, to engage students during lecture sessions and to assess subject matter comprehension. UW is now offering Poll Everywhere as a Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) classroom response system at no charge to faculty, students or staff. In this workshop, you will practice creating and administering polling sessions, importing course lists, exporting graded response scores to the Canvas LMS, and engage with the teaching theory used most effectively with Classroom Response. Campus location: Odegaard Undergraduate Library (OUG). Campus room: OUGL 102. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: UW Learning Technologies. Target Audience: Faculty, TAs, Staff. Monday, October 28, 2019, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM. For more info visit www.washington.edu.

October UW Tableau User Group

UW”s Tableau User Group (TUG) is made up of Tableau Desktop users from around the University. Our goal is to facilitate learning and knowledge-sharing about Tableau Desktop and the UW Tableau Server.  We host monthly meetings and an online collaboration space. Join the UW TUG http://www.washington.edu/itconnect/work/data/training/community/ Information about acquiring Tableau Desktop http://www.washington.edu/itconnect/work/data/use-data/visualization-menu/tableau-data-visualization/ Target Audience UW faculty and staff who use Tableau Desktop Cost Free. Campus location: University Of Washington Tower Building T (UWTT). Event types: Information Sessions. Meetings. Workshops. Event sponsors: UW-IT Enterprise Information, Integration & Analytics Contact: eda-training@uw.edu. Monday, October 28, 2019, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM.

Join Us For Open House! Othello - UW Commons

. Campus room: Commons Area. Event types: Not Specified. Monday, October 28, 2019, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM. 4200 S. Othello St. Suite 117 Seattle, WA 98118. For more info visit www.washington.edu.

Digital Scholarship Project Help Office Hours

Thinking about a digital scholarship or digital publishing project? Come meet with a librarian and instructional technologist!  We help with the following: • Describe your project • Learn about Libraries support options • Incorporate best practices • Determine next steps. Campus location: Allen Library (ALB). Campus room: Research Commons Consultation Space. Event types: Workshops. Event sponsors: UW Libraries. Target Audience: Students, Faculty, and Staff. Monday, October 28, 2019, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. For more info visit www.lib.washington.edu.

Chemistry Colloquium: Prof. Peter Hamm

Autumn 2019 Chemistry Colloquium Professor Peter Hamm – Department of Chemistry, University of Zurich Hosted by the Graduate Student Colloquium Committee (chemcoll@uw.edu). Campus room: (time/location TBA). Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Monday, October 28, 2019, 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM. For more info visit www.chem.uzh.ch.

Fish and Wildlife Ecology Seminar

The Fish and Wildlife Ecology Seminar Series is organized by graduate students in the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences and the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences at UW. It is a place for students and faculty to learn about the latest research and exchange ideas across departments. Contact: Molly Hottle; 206-616-4942. Monday, October 28, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Physics and Astronomy C520. For more info visit sefs.uw.edu.

CoMotion Makerspace: LPKF Office Hours

Want to learn to take your electrical schematics from design to reality? Need a refresh on how to operate the LPKF? Drop in for office hours for assistance. You must be a current MakerSpace member and have a 2019-2020 Makerspace Safety Training/User Agreement. Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: Fluke Hall 215. Event types: Not Specified. Event sponsors: CoMotion Makerspace. Monday, October 28, 2019, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

MSIS Class Preview: Information Security in a Networked World

Join us on campus to experience an MSIS class and be the guest of a student host! This course explores technical and managerial aspects of information security and assurance within a networked environment, including inspection and protection of assets, detection of and reaction to threats, design of an information security architecture, and more. *Please note that while we do our best to accommodate each request, we are limited by classroom seating capacity. We will contact you directly to confirm your request!* Register here. Campus location: PACCAR Hall (PCAR). Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: MSIS Program Foster School of Business 206-543-4587 msis@uw.edu. Monday, October 28, 2019, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM. For more info visit foster.radiusbycampusmgmt.com.

AI Teaching Series (Journal Club) presents "Journals"

Speakers: Sara Seghezzo, MD, Allergist-Immunologist, Northwest Asthma & Allergy Center (NAAC); Paul T. McBride, MD, Allergist-Immunologist, The Everett Clinic; William R. Henderson, MD, Professor, UW Division of Allergy & Infectious Diseases. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. SLU E-130B.

Bothell/Cascadia: SafeCampus Violence Prevention and Response Training

Preventing violence is a shared responsibility in which everyone at UW and Cascadia plays a part. Come to a 90 minute training to learn about campus resources, warning signs of violence and response options when you are concerned for your safety or someone else's safety. The training will include a discussion of relationship violence, stalking, sexual harassment, suicide and a brief portion on bystander intervention strategies.  Click hyperlink below to register. . Campus location: UW Bothell UW1. Campus room: 210. Event types: Information Sessions. Lectures/Seminars. Workshops. Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM. For more info visit catalyst.uw.edu.

Translation Studies Hub Colloquium: Amelia Glaser on "Teaching Translation Studies: A Literary Science for a STEM Campus”

Please RSVP here. The humanities and sciences often appear to fall on separate sides of an academic culture divide. At a moment when many universities are becoming increasingly STEM-focused, the study of literature is both challenging and necessary, and translation offers a way of bridging disciplines by emphasizing language and interpretation. At the undergraduate level, translation courses offer an opportunity for student collaboration, experimentation with language, and a discussion of disciplinary differences in language. Amelia Glaser, who has developed translation curricula for a variety of contexts and levels, from K-12 to graduate study, will share methods and observations from her experience developing a large lower division translation course for undergraduates at U.C. San Diego. Light snacks will be provided, feel free to bring your lunch. Please RSVP here.  Amelia Glaser received a BA from Oberlin College in Comparative Literature in1997, an MSt. from the University of Oxford in Yiddish… Campus location: Communications Building (CMU). Campus room: CMU 202. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: Simpson Center for the Humanities. Target Audience: faculty, students, community. Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM.

UW Surplus Public Store

The UW Surplus store is open to everyone on Tuesdays from noon – 6pm. UW Surplus takes all unwanted items from all UW departments and two research hospitals. Our objective is to reuse, repurpose, or recycle as many items as possible to lessen the University’s climate impact on both purchasing and disposal. Items are resold through a retail store and live and online auctions. New items are received and added to inventory every day so stock is constantly changing. For more information, visit https://www.washington.edu/facilities/finadmin/movingandsurplus/inventory/index. Campus location: Plant Services Building (PSB). Campus room: Surplus Store. Event types: Special Events. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uwsurplus/. Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

Text Mining Support Office Hours

Based on increasing demand for text mining support, the eScience Institute and UW Libraries are partnering to pilot a text mining service. Bring your text mining questions and we'll do our best to offer you guidance! Campus location: Allen Library (ALB). Campus room: Research Commons Consultation Studio. Event types: Meetings. Event sponsors: eScience Institute UW Libraries. Target Audience: Students, Faculty, and Staff. Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM.

Advances in Higher Education Research Seminar: "Teaching Integrity in Empirical Research..." with Richard Ball

Teaching Integrity in Empirical Research: The Pedagogy of Reproducible Science in Undergraduate Education and Beyond With Richard Ball, professor, Department of Economics, Haverford College Many journals now require authors to submit extensive public-facing documentation to support empirical papers. In this talk, Professor Richard Ball discusses teaching research transparency to students in quantitative fields of study. Project TIER (Teaching Integrity in Empirical Research) integrates transparent and reproducible research methods into instruction by developing standard protocols for conducting and documenting statistical research. Enacting these protocols ensures that all reported results are computationally reproducible, and that the methods employed are immediately legible to other researchers. Professor Ball gives an overview of the approaches to research reproducibility that Project TIER promotes, discusses the resulting educational benefits, and considers lessons for professional research… Campus location: Odegaard Undergraduate Library (OUG). Campus room: 220. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: The Center for Teaching and Learning. Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 2:30 PM – 3:20 PM.

Astrobiology Autumn Colloquium Series - Max Showalter (University of Washington, Oceanography) and Andrew Lincowski (University of Washington, Astronomy)

Campus location: Physics / Astronomy Auditorium (PAA). Campus room: PAA 102. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Target Audience: UWAB Community including General Public. Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. For more info visit depts.washington.edu.

2019 Wenk Lecture in Tech & Public Policy

Please join CEE for the 2019 Edward Wenk, Jr. Endowed Lecture in Technology & Public Policy. Speaker Laurie Johnson (https://www.lauriejohnsonconsulting.com/) has nearly 30 years of experience in urban planning and disaster-related consulting and has written extensively about land use and risk, disaster recovery and reconstruction, and the economics of catastrophes. Campus room: Alder Auditorium. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM. For more info visit www.ce.washington.edu.

Horn of Africa Initiative: Sean Winslow, “Traditional Christian Bookmaking in Ethiopia”

In the highlands of Ethiopia, scribes and priests keep alive the last remaining tradition of Christian parchment manuscript production. Sean Winslow conducted dozens of interviews with remaining scribes, parchmenters, and other manuscript craftsmen, and will talk about the living tradition as well as what it can tell us about historic bookmaking in Ethiopia and the wider Christian and Islamic world. Sean M. Winslow is a historian and codicologist, focused on recovering the lost practices of traditional manuscript production. He works as a postdoctoral researcher in Digital Humanities at the Institut Zentrum for Informationsmodellierung — Austrian Centre for the Digital Humanities of the University of Graz, in Austria. His current research includes cataloguing Ethiopian binding decoration, the digital modelling of charters, and work on his forthcoming monograph on the Ethiopian manuscript tradition. Winslow’s website: http://larkvi.com/ Horn of Africa Website: https://jsis.washington.edu/africa/horn/. Campus location: Communications Building (CMU). Campus room: 202. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Event sponsors: Walter Chapin Simpson Center for the Humanities. Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM.

UW Study Abroad: Financial Planning Workshop

These workshops are intended to help students think about and plan for study abroad expenses early.  It will cover how financial aid and study abroad work together, scholarships to consider, cost comparisons, saving and budgeting strategies as well as tips to locate and purchase airfare. This workshop is also available online if you are unable to attend in person. Campus location: Mary Gates Hall (MGH). Campus room: MGH 171. Event types: Information Sessions. Workshops. Event sponsors: UW Study Abroad Scholarship Adviser. Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM.

MA in Policy Studies Prospective Student Day

The School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (IAS) invites you to join us for the Master of Arts in Policy Studies prospective student day. This is an excellent opportunity to hear from the IAS Graduate Office, engage with faculty and current students, and attend a class. For this session, prospective students will have the opportunity to experience Dr. Camille Walsh's "Policy Process and Analysis" course. Register for MAPS Prospective Student Day. Campus location: Discovery Hall. Campus room: DISC-464. UW Bothell Event types: Information Sessions. Event types: Information Sessions. Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 4:30 PM – 7:00 PM. For more info visit graduate.uwb.edu.

Makerspace Safety Orientation

In order to have access to the CoMotion Makerspace for the 2019-2020 academic school year, please attend our orientation to learn our safety procedures and operations. The building locks at 5PM sharp, therefore please plan accordingly. Thank you. Campus location: Fluke Hall (FLK). Campus room: Fluke Hall 215. Event types: Information Sessions. Event sponsors: CoMotion Makerspace. Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

How Does Nature Benefit Us? A Lecture by Dr. Don Rakow

An increasing body of scientific evidence has verified the psychological, physiological, and behavioral benefits of time in nature.  In this presentation, Dr. Donald Rakow will address ways in which nature experiences positively affect different aged cohorts, from early to middle childhood, through teen and college years, and finally to adulthood.  In doing so, he will also explore prevailing attitudes about nature and how these can best be addressed. No RSVP necessary This event is free, with a suggested donation of $5 to support UW Botanic Gardens public education programs. Campus room: NHS Hall. Presenter: Dr. Don Rakow, Cornell University. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/2431736796904192/. Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. For more info visit www.uwbotanicgardenscatalog.org.

Artist Images: Awakening the Archive & Bringing Voices Alive: A Collaborative Restoration of Kwagu’ł Films with Franz Boas, 1930-2019

The 2019 Anne Gould Hauberg Artist Images Series Lecture, featuring:  Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse, Curator, Northwest Native American Art and Bill Holm Center Director, Burke Museum and Assistant Professor, Art History , Tom Child, Namsgamk’ala (Kwagiulth First Nation), educator and drum carrier A UW scholar and curator, together with members of the Kwagu’ł First Nation, seeks to re-integrate archival films of Kwagu’ł crafts, games and dancing from the 1930s into proper relations with their cultural context and histories. Register, The University of Washington Libraries’ biennial lecture by a notable Pacific Northwest artist or art professional, Artist Images, was first held in 1990. The event is presented in partnership with the UW Alumni Association and is supported by the Anne Gould Hauberg Endowed Library Fund. Campus location: Kane Hall (KNE). Campus room: Room 210 and the Walker Ames Room. Event types: Lectures/Seminars. Special Events. Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM.

The Paco de Lucía Project

Paco de Lucía was widely considered the world’s premier flamenco guitarist and by some to be Spain’s greatest music ambassador. His influence on flamenco guitar has been compared with that of Andrés Segovia on classical guitar. Javier Limón, his longtime collaborator, producer and ten-time Latin Grammy winner, has reassembled the original band that toured with de Lucía for the last decade of his career. With The Paco de Lucía Project, Limón honors the master’s legacy while paving a new path into the future of flamenco. Campus location: Meany Hall (MNY). Event types: Performances. Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 8:00 PM. For more info visit meanycenter.org.