Watch “Girl Rising,” about the power of education on Friday, or attend an arts symposium with local artists on Saturday as Global Health Week, part of Earth Week, continues to celebrate the intersection of global health and the arts.
What Is Democracy and What Is It Good For? is the subject of a free public lecture on April 16 in Kane Hall. Sponsored by the Simpson Center on the Humanities, the lecture will be presented by Josiah Ober, professor of political science, classics, and philosophy at Stanford University.
The Integrated Dance Summer Intensive on August 12-16, 2013, has been hosted by the UW Dance Program since 2009. To join the Five Day Intensive, open to community members of varying abilities and levels of experience who are age 16 or older, contact Jürg Koch at firstname.lastname@example.org
From building a racecar to controlling underwater robots, Paws-on Science weekend at the Seattle Center offers exhibits and hands-on activities from more than 30 UW research programs. UW alumni and their guests will enjoy a 20% discount on general exhibit admission.
For the past year, members of the U District community have worked to develop a vision for the future of the U District. To learn more, read the draft Urban Design Framework: http://bit.ly/UDistrictUDF(PDF) and
then drop in tonight at the U District Urban Design Framework Open House
University Heights Community Center, upstairs.
5031 University Way NE
Light snacks will be provided.
On Thursday evening, April 18th, the Center for Ecogenetics and Environmental Health will sponsor a public forum, “Seattle Waterways & Your Health: The Duwamish River Cleanup” at the Portage Bay Cafe in South Lake Union. Free and open to the public but please RSVP to guarantee a space.
Discover things about the UW you’ve probably never of on UW360, the UW’s magazine-style news show screening every Wednesday at 10 pm and every Sunday at 9 pm on cable channel 27. This Sunday, learn about Artifact ID Day at the Burke Museum, go behind the scenes with the Undergraduate Theater Society as they put on a drama, and observe student artists working with molten glass, among other segments.
“Drop In Office Hours” with DPD
March 29, 1-3 p.m. April 4, 8:30-10 a.m. April 5, 4-6 p.m.
4214 University Way, off the alley behind Magus Books
Read the draft Urban Design Framework: http://bit.ly/UDistrictUDF (PDF)
Take the online survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/UDistrictUDF
- UW 360, a news magazine show that profiles the diverse community connections cultivated by the UW, airs on channel 27 at 10 p.m. each Wednesday, with new episodes each month. Don’t miss the March line-up, including a feature on Husky Stadium and how it will have changed when the UW football team returns in August.