Thursday, November 17, 2022

BROWNBAG LUNCH -

THE DEATH OF MAHSA AMINI

IRAN'S POPULAR UPRISING


Join professors Sam Kigar (RSS), Patrick O'Neil (P&G), and Laura Krughoff (GQS & ENG) in conversation over the recent protests in Iran fueled by the death of Mahsa Amini, and the emerging movement with the slogan 'WOMEN, LIFE, FREEDOM.'

Open to all interested!!

A Brownbag Lunch sponsored by the Department of Religion, Society & Spirituality, and the Office of the Chaplaincy. 

When: Wednesday, Nov 30 @ 12 - 1PM
Where: Wyatt Hall 226

Wednesday, November 02, 2022

  Networking Opportunity -

JOINT VIRTUAL CAREER FAIR

Thursday, Nov. 3 @ 3-6 PM


Numerous government organizations will be in attendance!
  • U.S. State Department
  • U.S. General Services Administration
  • Federal Bureau of Investigations – Seattle and Portland field offices
  • City of Seattle
  • City of Portland
  • WA State Dept. of Transportation
  • WA State Dept. of Revenue
  • WA State Investment Board
  • Puget Sound Naval Shipyard
  • Army Corps of Engineers
  • Pierce County
  • Skookum Contract Services (included because the government is their primary customer)

For more information and to Register for the event visit https://pugetsound.joinhandshake.com/career_fairs/35511/student_preview

Monday, October 31, 2022

 - Happy Halloween! -

PG REGISTRATION INFO

Info Session, Costumes & PIZZA


Professors from all subfields will be on hand to tell you about PG's spring course offerings and answer your questions. 

Pizza & drinks will be provided. Come in costume and maybe you'll be crowned the best dressed at the event!!

When: Monday, Oct 31 @ 5PM
Where: Wyatt Hall 206



  - Brown Bag Series -

LIFE AFTER POLITICS & GOV'T:

Grad School & Law School


Join Professors Chris Kendall & Patrick O'Neil to discuss PG Graduate & Law schools.

When: Monday, Nov 7 @ 12 - 1PM
Where: Wyatt Hall 307

Thursday, October 20, 2022

- FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY -

GORTON LEADERS PROGRAM

2023 GLP at The Bureau of Asian Research


NBR's Gorton Leaders Program (GLP) Fellows will participate in regular roundtables with foreign policy experts and distinguished guest speakers, receive tailored mentorship and networking opportunities, and learn about policy leadership.

Fellowship Eligibility:
  • Be a community college, undergraduate, or graduate student.
  • Be actively engaged in your community and/or pursuing a degree in Political Science or Foreign Area Studies field.
  • Demonstrate strong potential for development on discussion topics.
Details:
  • 6-Month Fellowship: January - June 2023 
  • In-person meetings on select Fridays from 3:30PM-5PM (date/time subject to change)
Expectations:
  • Application is due November 27, 2022!
  • Show an interest in topics related to policy & international affairs.
  • Ability to attend in-person events at the Bureau of Asian Research Seattle office. 
For more information or to apply visit: 

If you have any questions, please reach out to: info@sladegortoncenter.org

Tuesday, October 11, 2022

 - Brown Bag Series -

MIDTERM ELECTIONS

What to Expect


Join Professor David Sousa to discuss the upcoming midterm elections.

When: Friday, Oct 21st @ 12 - 1PM
Where: Wyatt Hall 307

Wednesday, October 05, 2022

 - Brown Bag Series -

THE ONGOING WAR IN UKRAINE

Approaching Catastrophe?


Join Professors O'Neil, Seth Weinberger, & Ben Tromly in a discussion on the war in Ukraine. 

When: Monday, Oct 10th @ 12 - 1PM
Where: Wyatt Hall 307

Friday, September 23, 2022

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY

Scan the QR Code 


We're looking for Campaign Volunteers to help re-elect State Senator Claire Wilson, a progressive woman, to ensure that she can continue work in education, affordable housing, and defending reproductive justice.

Exciting opportunities as a Campaign Volunteer:
  • Gain an insider understanding of the election and campaigning process!
  • First-hand experience in what it looks like to canvas district!
  • Make connections with community activists and local leaders!

To learn more or APPLY for the opportunity:
Scan the QR code or contact Marshall Casebeer marshall@claireforsenate.com





 

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY


People for Derek Kilmer is looking for (Paid!) Campaign Interns. Derek Kilmer is your Congressman running for re-election in the Washington 6th. 

Exciting opportunities as a Campaign Intern:
  • Gain valuable skills in political campaigning and organizing!
  • Make a difference in the people who represent YOU!
  • Work NOW through the election on Nov. 8th
  • Part-time: 20 hr/weekly
  • Paid: $1500/monthly
Internship Expectations:
  • Must have access to a car
  • Ability to attend in-person events each week
To learn more or apply contact: sean@derekkilmer.com

Wednesday, September 21, 2022

 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY

Apply on Handshake 


People for Derek Kilmer is looking for Campaign Volunteers. Derek Kilmer is your Congressman running for re-election in the Washington 6th. 

Exciting opportunities as a Campaign Volunteer:
  • Gain valuable skills in political campaigning and organizing!
  • Make a difference in the people who represent YOU!
  • Work NOW through the election on Nov. 8th
  • Accepting flexible levels of commitment

To learn more contact: sean@derekkilmer.com

Thursday, September 15, 2022

 

- CONSTITUTION DAY -

The Constitution & Reproductive Rights in the Wake of Dobbs


Join us for the second event in a series of faculty discussions reflecting on the recent Supreme Court decision in Dobbs as a constitutional matter. 

When: Friday, Sept 16th @ 12-1:30PM
Where: Rotunda/SUB

Faculty Panel:
  • Alisa Kessel
  • Douglas Sackman
  • Suzanne Holland
  • Robin Jacobson

* Voter Registration booth will be open during the event! *

Tuesday, July 05, 2022

- IN THE WAKE OF ROE -

Overturning Roe & the Dead Reckoning of Dobbs


Please join us as we gather to assess how our campus community is affected by the recent Dobbs decision and how we might collectively engage this critical moment. These events will be collaboratively facilitated by members of the University of Puget Sound community.

When: Thurs, July 7 @ 4-6PM PST
Where: Rotunda/SUB
OR
When: Wed, July 13 @ 4-6PM PST
Where: Virtual - https://bit.ly/3bGuIfX

Thursday, June 30, 2022

FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Next Priority Deadline: July 31, 2022


CivicSpark is an award-winning AmeriCorps program dedicated to building capacity for community resilience issues such as climate, water, housing, and mobility. Launched in 2014 in California, CivicSpark is coming to Washington!

Starting this fall, 20 CivicSpark Fellows will have an opportunity to build a sustainability career by spending 11 months supporting local organizations with sustainability and social impact projects on topics including sustainable transportation, energy efficiency, climate action planning, water conservation, and drought response, and affordable housing, among others. Fellows gain community and career experience, training to become future leaders in the response to community resilience issues.

Exciting opportunities as a CivicSpark Fellow:
  • City of Olympia’s building decarbonization outreach and engagement initiatives
  • City of Maple Valley’s comprehensive and storm/surface water planning efforts
  • City of Redmond’s efforts to advance equitable climate solutions
  • Catholic Housing Services of Western Washington’s housing development programs
  • Gonzaga University’s “Beat the Heat” program for Spokane
  • A range of climate, energy, transportation, and equity projects with the state Department of Commerce, and more are coming.
CivicSpark is looking for upcoming and recent college graduates who want to gain real-world experience, start their careers in the sustainability and resilience fields, and make a lasting impact! 

Learn more about CivicSpark by visiting our website and following us on Instagram.
https://civicspark.civicwell.org/join-civicspark/fellow/

The next priority deadline for applications for the 2022-23 service year is July 31st. See the attached flyer for more details.