On our podcast today, we will be learning more about Student Legal Services at the UW, the services they offer to students, and how students can connect with them. Our special guest is Amanda Reynoso Palley, who is a staff attorney at Student Legal Service. She discusses some of the services that SLS provides to UW students and goes over some of the most common issues that she helps international students with.
This podcast is the second of two that will discuss internships for undergraduate international students. In the podcast today we will focus on “Tips for success in finding an internship”. To learn more about getting started with the process and what things to keep in mind as an international student. please check-out the first podcast of this series.
Our guests, Keavy from the International Student Services Office (ISS) and Caitlin from the UW Information School are back to help us learn more about internships.
It will be important to note that the podcasts assume the student and internship are physically located in the United States. If you have specific questions about internships while studying from your home country, please reach out to ISS directly.
Beginning winter quarter 2021, CIRCLE set up a community on Discord to have a place where students can engage online with each other 24/7, as well as connect easier with CIRCLE staff. On this podcast, we will be learning more about the CIRCLE Discord server and how you can join in on the fun!
If you want to join, please fill out the google forms:
This week’s “In the Loop” podcast episode will discuss internships for undergraduate international students. This episode will be the first of a two-part series regarding internships and things to keep in mind as an international student.
Our guests today are Keavy Gilbert from the UW International Student Services Office (ISS) and Caitlin Goldbaum from the UW Information School. We thank our guests for appearing in our podcast and providing us with their insight on this topic!
Note: this episode will be geared for students and internships physically located in the United States. Reach out to ISS for any specific questions about internships while studying from your home country at:
What is success coaching or why do you need success coaching? Our episode will help you get to know better how success coaching can help your academic career at UW through different approaches!
Academic Success Coaching focuses on building the basic academic skills such as time-management, motivation, and reaching you goals. Through a series of one-on-one appointments, you will work with your coach to get from where you are now academically to where you want to be, and create a secure foundation for success in college.
Learn more about success coaching: http://academicsupport.uw.edu/academic-success-coach/
Have you ever wondered who is your advisor? Or if you do not have one, how do you find one? Ever felt pressured to chose a major or know what you are majoring right away?
Today we have Dan Feetham, director of undergraduate academic affairs advising, who will guide us through choosing our majors or reaching out to advisors. Feetham is a passionate advisor, who previously served as director of Advising and Student Engagement at the College of Engineering. In that role, he oversaw an award-winning advising staff that served more than 2,000 students annually. Listen now!
Our podcast today is the first of two that will focus on connecting to community through UW registered student organizations remotely and how they can be an amazing addition to your college experience. During this remote quarter most UW student clubs are still very active and are a great way for you to to connect, share your passion with others and make a difference in areas that are important to you. Today we will talk with one student and find out about their experience and the impact that participating in UW registered student organizations has made on their time here at UW. Listen now!
How can UW students get academic support remotely this quarter?
This week staff from Academic Support Programs (ASP) join us on the In the Loop podcast to talk about the various programs they offer to UW students. From CLUE tutoring to academic success coaching, ASP are here to support you through your college journey! Learn more about their programs and how they have updated their programs for the remote quarter.
Academic Support Programs website: http://www.academicsupport.washington.edu/
In this week’s podcast we have two student guests who will be sharing what they learned about their workspace in spring and whether they are making any changes for the current quarter. After we hear from the students, we will share information on UW resources for renting equipment to use during the quarter & setting up your chair & desk ergonomically.