UW Honors | Weekly Announcements

Week 11 – Autumn 2023

Hi Honors Huskies!

We’ve arrived at the last week of the quarter! We trust your final exam preparations are going well. Please note that there won’t be drop-in advising next week, and a crucial reminder: the deadline to S/NS a course is this Friday. It’s Thursday afternoon, which means it’s time for our weekly announcements. Check out the many events happening soon and open positions to apply for, linked below.



Spring CELEbration Event Support Intern

The Event Support Intern for Spring CELEbration will serve as a member of the CELE Center Spring CELEbration working group, supporting in planning and logistics for the department-wide, end-of-year presentations of learning event in May 2024. This role will focus primarily on projects regarding event logistics, such as: reservations and confirmations of event vendors, student registrations, webpage maintenance, communications/marketing, and presenter prep sessions. The intern will have an opportunity to collaborate with CELE staff on other projects and activities depending on experience and interests. ( View Job Description here, UW NetID log in required)

Other Details –

  • 10 hours/week, $19.97/hour
  • January 2024 – June 2024  (Start Date: January 16, 2023) 

Application Link: https://forms.office.com/r/6bQgxhtVUS 

Application Priority Deadline:  December 10, 2023 

Any questions can be directed to egbp@uw.edu.

AES 440: History and Memory: Race, Archives and Afterlives of War

SLN 10167 

M W 9:30 – 11:20 AM ART 317

What is memorialized and archived and what is forgotten? Who produces knowledge and what counts as knowledge? How is history racialized and how are racial histories told? Reading literary texts, autobiography, and film, we will use historical and cultural studies approaches to examine how official and unofficial discourses deal with memory, violence, silence, haunting, history, and subjectivity. Topics may include U.S. empire and war, slavery, and colonialism.

Sign up now as this class will not be offered again until 2026-2027 at the earliest. 

It’s often an excellent mix of undergrad and graduate students. This course meets the requirements for (DIV) Diversity, (SSc) Social Science AND (A&H) Arts and Humanities. Students who do not meet the pre-requisites should come to class the first day and/or contact Professor Linh Thủy Nguyễn for an add code. 

Neurodivergent Night

We are thrilled to announce that Huskies for Neurodiversity is collaborating with Autistics at UW and the D Center to host a Neurodivergent Night In THIS FRIDAY, December 8th from 5-7PM in HUB327 (D Center) and HUB337. Pop on in for food, games, and fun and chill vibes in a low-sensory environment to destress from the end of the quarter 🙂

Please RSVP here: https://forms.gle/L2WRDnVz3QpScevn6

Accessibility Guide/add’l info:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1m2AC-IPTcH4H6klWF0J5fquTDS-2K1_xGotvfK98hr8/edit?usp=sharing

Neurodivergent Night

JSIS 478 D: War in the Middle East

Winter 2024 New Course: War in the Middle East will offer guest speakers and discussions on some of the issues and questions that have arisen in the aftermath of October 7, the war in Gaza, and responses worldwide. Some of the lectures will be open to the public. 

War in the Middle East (JSIS 478 D)
Tu, 5:00-6:20PM
2 credits
SLN 16037

More: bit.ly/JSIS478D

Questions? jsisadv@uw.edu

OMA&D BIPOC Winter Market

You are invited to join us at the OMA&D BIPOC Winter Market taking place on December 8, 2023 4PM-7PM at wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House!

We are hosting local artists from across Seattle, ranging from current UW students to UW Staff & Alumni.

Whether you’re shopping for yourself or someone else, we have something for everyone!
We look forward to seeing you all there!

BIPOC winter Market

Finals Week at the IMA


Finals Week Resources