Student Life

April 20, 2022

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

Hi Huskies,

We’re still early in the quarter and there are plenty of ways to get engaged with activities around campus and make the most of your Husky Experience. Below are some opportunities to connect with others, as well as a handful of resources to help you succeed.


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

1. Health and Safety

Being fully vaccinated, including getting a booster shot, continues to be a critical protective measure against COVID for individuals and our communities. See where vaccines are available.

It takes all of us to remain vigilant and help mitigate acts of discrimination. Here are some helpful resources from the School of Social Work, including how to report bias incidents and opportunities for bystander intervention training.

SafeCampus is available any time if you ever need to anonymously discuss safety and well-being concerns for yourself or others.

Work 1:1 with a UW Recreation registered dietitian for individualized nutrition counseling to develop positive eating habits and a healthy relationship with food.


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

Mighty are the women who wear the purple and the gold! Cheer on the Dawgs as they play Seattle U on April 26 at Husky Softball Stadium.

UW’s CIRCLE offers a variety of engagement opportunities and resources for international students, such as CIRCLE of Friends.

Explore RSOs via RCast @ the HUB, a series from the HUB’s Resource Center where leaders of Registered Student Organizations at UW dive into what they do (and why you should join).

Join Microsoft President & Vice Chair, Brad Smith, and explore issues of responsibility and risk in the technological space on April 28.

Switch up your study vibe and kick back with live music from UW artists at the HUB’s Listening Lounge on April 26 from 1:30-2:45pm. Or sign-up here if you’re ready to hop on the mic!

Check out the 3MT Competition, a fast-paced, enlightening event where graduate students compete for cash prizes by presenting their research in 3 minutes with 1 slide.

Today is the last day to vote in the ASUW Elections! Cast your vote for your next ASUW Board of Directors!


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

Spring 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 spring quarter to help you actively (and proactively) manage your well-being.


24/7 consultation from a counselor is available to UW students through My Student Support Program (My SSP).
If you are feeling overwhelmed, concerned about a friend, or you’re not sure what you need but you’d like to talk, My SSP is a great option. My SSP provides same-day, confidential mental health and crisis intervention support, 24/7 and in multiple languages. Connect via phone, online chat, or the My SSP app.
Learn more at

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4. Career and Internships

Huskies in Population Health – Alumni Career Panel
Explore career pathways on April 28 with UW alumni that seek to improve health and well-being in the broad field of population health.

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:

Job/internship postings (undergrad):

Job/internship postings (graduate):


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

Your research project– papers, posters, art, websites, musical compositions, etc., could win you $1,000 through the UW Libraries Undergraduate Research Award! Applications are due May 2.

Hoping for a scholarship? Check out this advice from the UW’s scholarship office and Arts & Sciences students.

You can get tailored study skills tips based on your answers to UW Academic Support Programs’ brief Study Skills quiz.

Explore issues of surveillance and privacy that impact students, researchers, and their work across platforms on May 3 during Library Privacy Week.

UW released its first Title IX Annual Report focused on sex- and gender-based violence and harassment and will hold community conversations on May 11 and 19.

It’s a big campus… Scout your study spot! Scout can help you find a place to study, with options to filter by noise level, proximity to food, printers, whiteboards, and more.


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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