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Husky Experience

Linking academic passion at the UW to life and profession

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#ThriveUW

To help students access and understand critical transition information, campus partners came together to reach students where they’re already looking — online at MyUW

UW Bothell’s Husky Leadership Camp

First years interested in leadership get a head start with the right tools and a network of peers

University 101

To overcome information overload, organizers “flipped” orientation for the Seattle campus

Benjamin Janicki, mechanical engineering master’s student (BS ‘14) consults with Jim Buttrick, Boeing employee, in the new Boeing Advanced Research Center that enables students to work collaboratively with Boeing engineers on aircraft and spacecraft assembly and manufacturing. Photo credit: Brian DalBalcon

Career preparation at the college level

Career Center @ Engineering opens with a focus on efficiency and collaboration between UW Engineering and the Career Center

May 2015 Provost Report

Capstones as opportunities for real-life applications

Students work with active practitioners as they pull knowledge from a wide variety of fields to produce multidimensional research projects