Throughout the year, the OSDI hosts a series of workshops, seminars, and events targeted to our prospective and current students. These activities vary from professional or academic development to community building and personal support. 

2017-2018 Academic Year

Spring 2018

  • Coffee Tuesdays (Themes:)
    • Spring into the Quarter
    • ECO Student Council Co-Host
    • ASCE Co-Host: CoE Common Boko
    • Pop Culture Trivia
    • Latinx Celebration
    • OMA&D 50th Anniversary Celebration
    • Student Mother's Appreciation Day
    • Hawaiian Lei Making
    • Study Break with OSS
  • Prospective Student Days
  • Safer Zone Training with Q-Center
  • DO-IT Center Disabilities & Inclusion Workshop
  • Global Education Workshop
  • Cultural Showcase & Taste of Culture
  • OSDI Graduation

Winter 2018

  • Coffee Tuesdays (Themes:)
    • Welcome Back
    • Honoring MLK Day
    • Meet the Diversity Ambassadors
    • Crafting Service Project
    • Black History Month Celebration
    • Valentine's Day
    • Chinese Lunar New Year
    • Women of Color Celebration
    • Study Break with OSS
  • Mental Health and Wellness Workshop in collaboration with UW Counseling Center
  • Chinese Mandarin Pronunciation Workshop
  • U.S. Education System Workshop: Pre-K, Special Ed, Higher Ed
  • "Black Panther" Movie Premier Group Outing
  • HUB Bowling Night & Winter Community Potluck

Fall 2017

  • OSDI Graduate International Student Orientation 
  • OSDI Graduate Student of Color Orientation
  • Coffee Tuesdays (Themes:)
    • Mid-Autumn Festival
    • Idigenous People's Day
    • Name Pronunciations
    • UW Homecoming
    • Dia de los Muertos
    • One Year Post-Election Reflection
    • Gender Pronouns
    • ASCE Co-Host
    • Study Break with OSS
  • Kick-off BBQ at Gasworks Park | Photos of the Event
  • Social Justice Workshop 
  • Diversity Ambassador Training and Orientation
  • United States K-12 Education System Workshop
  • OSDI Fall Community Potluck

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