Student Life

January 25, 2022

Winter 2022 Resources & Opportunities (Vol. 2) – Husky Pawket Guide

Hi Huskies,

There are promising indications out of early omicron epicenters in the US that this COVID variant could begin to draw down sooner than later, and according to experts (including UW/IHME’s own Christopher Murray), there is reason to believe that emerging from the omicron outbreak could mark a meaningful turning point in the pandemic.

With a hopeful outlook but COVID certainly not yet behind us, it is important for us as a community to remain careful and smart right now as we work toward what looks to be a brighter horizon.


    1. Health and Safety
    2. Connecting with Community
    3. Mental Health Moment
    4. Career and Internships
    5. Navigating UW

1. Health and Safety

Omicron is still here, and it’s still extremely contagious:

Testing in the omicron era:

Staying safe amidst shorter days: Husky NightWalk provides a security escort when walking at night on campus, to/from the residential area north of 45th St., and to/from the UW Tower.

Take over UW’s TikTok

UW is launching a student-fueled TikTok account, and we want to feature your stories and show off your creativity through UW TikTok takeovers! If you (or your RSO!) are interested, fill out the UW TikTok Takeover interest form.


If you are currently experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please stay home and  follow the instructions for what to do if you feel sick.

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2. Connecting with Community

UW CIRCLE’s Global Leadership Series: Join a conversation with Kyu Lee, UW’s first international trustee. Lee is the founder of an international entertainment and media company that integrates music, film, and television in the US and Korea, which includes being at the forefront of globalizing Psy’s hit song “Gangnam Style.” (Jan. 25 – tonight!)

Enjoy caffeine and a bike ride every Friday morning with UW Recreation’s Bike & Brew. Destinations vary, the pace is relaxed, and bike, coffee, and tea are provided at no cost.

Calling all makers artists, and creatives: Share your talents with the UW community and sell your crafts and creations at the Winter Maker’s Fair (Feb. 23). Apply to be a vendor by Jan. 30.

Applications for the 2022 Husky 100 are open until Feb. 4. The Husky 100 recognizes 100 students each year who are making the most of their Husky Experience.



The UW Seattle Campus Calendar highlights opportunities to get involved around campus and connect with other Huskies.

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3. Mental Health Moment

Winter 2022 mental health groups, workshops, and trainings
From therapy groups to non-therapy support programs and training opportunities, there are a range of offerings during winter quarter to help you actively (and proactively) manage your well-being.


24/7 consultation with a counselor is available to UW students.
If you feel overwhelmed, concerned about a friend, or you’re not sure what you need but you’d like to talk, take a few minutes to connect with us.
Learn more at

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4. Career and Internships

Don’t miss the Non-Profit & Social Justice Job & Internship Fair, Feb. 3 from 1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. PT via Handshake.

  • Network with employers within the Non-Profit and Social Justice industries who are all looking to recruit UW students and alumni for full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities.
  • All majors welcome.
  • Register today!

There are jobs and internships out there, and it’s as important as ever to build your skills, experience, and network. Here are a few things you may want to check out:

Jobs/internship postings (undergrad):

Jobs/internship postings (grad):

LinkedIn Learning courses available to you now:


The Career & Internship Center is here to support you with guidance and resources, including Handshake, UW’s online job and internship platform.

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5. Navigating UW

The HUB’s Lyceum space has been converted into an expanded study space you can use for remote classes (through Jan. 28).

The By George Cafe is now open for grab-and-go food purchases and as an active eating/drinking space from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. weekdays, and offers a lot of room to spread out!

The Pacific Wave Wellness Edition is a UW student-generated collection of thoughts and resources exploring wellness and how to cope with feeling unwell.


Students with disabilities can request academic accommodations at any time through the Disability Resources for Students office. Learn more about accommodations.

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