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October 29, 2021
November is UW Global Month!
UW Global Month celebrates the global influence and community of our university. During November, we will highlight the connections and relationships that UW has around the world, and the impact of our university’s global efforts.
Many of these opportunities are streamed through Zoom. All UW faculty, staff, and students ZoomPro via UW-IT..
Without borders, registration fees, or travel challenges, last year’s “Con Virtual” spawned a historic gathering of husky from around the world. This year, we build on that momentum, and in our first series, we’ll bring together five host communities for a unique UW convergence. Husky in Indonesia, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore will each host leadership events, and UW will host the final keynote featuring President Anamari Course.
- Leadership at the Crossroads of Gender and Culture – Hong Kong, November 5th
- Evolution of Event Technology-Japan, November 12th
- Mental Resilience in the Transition to Endemic – Singapore, November 19
- December 10th, Leading the University of Washington Through Change
November 3rd 6: 00–7: 30 PM | Zoom online
join UWT Labor Solidarity Project The fourth seminar in the Working, Together series will take a cross-cutting approach, exploring the recent history of regional, national and global labor movements. Each conference will feature presentations and discussions facilitated by key voices in mapping the labor movement and scholarship trajectories. These seminars are free and open to the public.
November 3rd, 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm | Zoom online
Crowdfunding for health care through sites like GoFundMe has become a ubiquitous part of many societies. As social safety nets decline and the crisis expands, more and more Americans are turning around each year to help what GoFundMe calls the “Internet provider.” But to be precise, what do they find when doing so? Professor Kenworthy will use seven years of mixed techniques and collaborative research to explore what we think we know, what we actually know, and what we need to know about crowdfunding. In the United States.
Nora Kenworthy He is an associate professor of nursing and health at the University of Washington Bothell. Her study investigates the impact and politics of global health and philanthropic initiatives in the community.She is the author of Abuse: Political Impact of Fighting AIDS in Lesotho (2017, Vanderbilt University Press). Her recent study examines the use of crowdfunding for health care costs in the United States and abroad and its health inequalities, funding, and political implications.
Conditional Citizens: Attribution in the United States
University Book Store We are proud to introduce the author and the finalists of the Pulitzer Prize. Laila Lalami For discussion about her new book Conditional citizen..Lyra participates in a conversation with Dr. Anu Taranato,Professor English When Idea comparison history Faculty of (CHID), University of Washington.
November 4th 1: 00-2: 00 PM | online
Go back to popular demand and learn about funding opportunities for faculty and graduate students. Simpson Center And hear about the projects developed by the recent winners of this Simpson Center Fellowship. A short lecture will be given:
- Jeffrey Turnovsky, “Interdisciplinary Minor in Digital Text Research”
- Daniel Hoffman When Lin Thomas, “Unthinkable movie”
- Catherine van Marqus When Tony Lucero, “Border art”
- Aida Apa Pomeshikov When Göz de Burcu Ege, “Digitalized Ethnography: Humanitarianism and Displacement in the Middle East”
A short discussion is followed by time for questions and discussions. The Hacking the Academy series is designed to explore new ways in which scholarships can be created, shared, archived, and reused.
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Afghanistan and its Regional Relations | Round Table Discussion
Join the Middle East Center, South Asia Center, and Henry M. Jackson International Research School for discussions about Afghanistan.
- Reşat Kasaba, Anne HH and Kenneth B. Pile, Professor of Foreign Policy, Henry M. Jackson Graduate School of International Studies, University of Washington
- Salar Abdoh, Professor of City College of New York, City College of New York, English
- Kabayiri Robinson, University of Washington Henry M. Jackson Graduate School of International Studies Associate Professor
- Arseau Osanrou (Moderator), Professor of Law, Social Justice, University of Washington
2021 UW Space Symposium: Powering Space
NS Space Policy Research Center Introducing UW Space Dialogues, bringing together university-wide and subsequent professionals to foster collaboration and enhance practice and research across academia, government, nonprofits, and industry.
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