Upcoming events for Fall Quarter 2018

Coffee Tuesdays

Each week, OSDI hosts current CoE students for coffee, snacks, and intellectual discussions around a weekly theme. This legacy program was designed as a community building space for students of color, international students, first generation students, students with disabilities, and other students historically marginalized from higher education. Let's support each other and connect!

  • October 2: Mid-Autumn Festival
  • OCtober 9: Indigenous People's Day
  • October 15: Connecting Graduates & Undergraduates
  • October 23: POC Pop Culture
  • October 30: Dia de los Muertos
  • November 6: Diwali Festival
  • November 13: ASCE Co-Host
  • November 20: Transgender Day of Remembrance
  • November 27: Bring a Friend to Coffee Tuesday!
  • December 4: OSS Study Break

Faculty of Color Spotlight with Dr. Django Paris

Tuesday, November 30 | 2:00-3:00 PM | CMU 204

Join OSDI for our new quarterly series, Faculty of Color Spotlight! We will be hosting Dr. Django Paris, for an afternoon of informal coversations with our student populations (students of color, international students, students from other historically marginalized backgrounds). Dr. Paris will be discussing a range of topics, from advocacy, to academic life, to past experiences. Come and get to know Dr. Django Paris on a more personal level!

U.S. K-12 Education Workshop

Wednesday, November 7 | 7:00-8:30 PM | Miller 212

This workshop provides a facilitated presentation and dialogue with amazing College of Education graduate students in learning about the K-12 education system. Join us for an overview of how U.S. schools operate, policies they adhere to, curricula they provide, and other important information that will help international students feel more comfortable when discussing these topics and more in their courses.

Graduate School Application Bootcamp

Thursday, November 8 | 6:00-7:30 PM | Miller 201

Are you ready to apply to a graduate or professional degree program at the UW? Do you need additional insight for the application process or feedback on your personal statement?

Application Bootcamp is the place for you! 

OSDI's Application Bootcamp provides an overview of important things to know when applying to graduate programs at the College of Education! We will be discussing the importance of identifying and connecting with faculty, funding options, and how to make your application stronger.

Fall Community Potluck & Bowling Night

Saturday, November 17 | 5:00-7:00 PM | HUB Games (B-150)

The nights are getting longer and darker, so let's bring in warmth and laughter by eating, drinking, and playing games! Join OSDI for an evening of games, food, fun, and friends! Mark your calendars and come connect with CoE students, staff, and faculty. Feel free to bring a dish, dessert, or beverage to share.

Featured Stories

A new mural in Miller Hall highlights the stories, knowledge and pedagogies of Native communities.