FREE attorney consultation for UW teams/companies

This spring, CoMotion is partnering with the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic (ELC) to provide faculty, researchers, and students from CoMotion projects and startups with the opportunity to have a legal consult with an experienced attorney and law students in the ELC, free of charge.

Friday, April 27, 2018 at CoMotion Labs @ Fluke Hall – 3rd floor

Time slots are for 30 minutes between 9:30AM – 12:30PM

Are there legal questions you want to ask but are afraid of the bill?

Request a Free Attorney Consultation for UW students, staff and faculty!

Use this as an opportunity to ask questions related to incorporation, equity, and intellectual property, such as:

When do I need an attorney?

How do I start a company?

How should my founders and I divide the equity?

How do I protect my idea?

When should I start a company?

Who owns the IP?

How do I protect myself from risk in a business?

The consultations are for projects that do not already have their own outside legal counsel.

To request a 30-minute time slot, sign-up here

KAREN LEIKIN
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL EVENTS

CoMotion at University of Washington

CoMotion Innovation Center, Box 354950
4545 Roosevelt Way NE, Suite 400, Seattle, WA 98105
206.616.9540 | fax 206.543.0586
krleikin | comotion.uw.edu

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Sustainable + affordable food on campus!

Greetings!

Looking for an affordable place to buy food? The ASUW Student Food Cooperative has opened as student-powered bulk buying store, The Bean Basket. It’s the first student-run store on campus open to students, staff, faculty, and the general public! The bulk dried food we sell are wholesale prices, sustainably sourced, organic, and ethically-conscious, making The Bean Basket much cheaper than conventional grocery shopping.

Some examples of food we offer: oats, dried mango, coconut + apple, matcha + varieties of tea, dates, almonds, cashews, beans, lentils, rice, even buckwheat flour and sugar!

Come visit the Bean Basket in HUB 131K: located in the ASUW+ suite, near the fireplaces on the 1st floor.

Hours: 11-3 Monday – Thursday.

Bring your own containers for 10% off!

Questions? Interested in volunteering?

Email asuwsfc

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Applications are now live for Out for Undergrad!

Hey everyone –

My name is Audrey Zhao, and I’m this year’s Campus Ambassador at the University of Washington for Out for Undergrad Business, the largest, pre-eminent for LGBTQ+ students interested in careers in business.

Each year, O4UB brings some of the most talented LGBTQ+ undergrads from across the country to Goldman Sachs in New York for one weekend to inspire, educate, and provide an introduction to some of the largest financial services, consulting, and professional services firms in the world. More information is included in the attached flyer.

Applications are now live for this year’s conference (September 21-23) at http://outforundergrad.org/apply-now/. I hope that you’ll consider joining me to apply for this incredible experience. I attended the conference last year and met some of my closest friends and mentors through it and I definitely recommend it as a great place to make new friends, build a supportive professional network, and explore careers in your field of choice, and encounter great job opportunities!

Let me know if you have any questions or if you’d like to meet up to learn more about the conference – I’d be happy to chat!

Thanks,

Audrey Zhao

Audrey J. Zhao

University of Washington | Class of 2020

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Urban Rural Trade Divide Conversation

The Slade Gorton International Policy Center invites you to join us for a panel discussion with former Ambassador to China, former U.S. Secretary of Commerce, and former Governor of Washington Gary Locke, and Congressman Dan Newhouse, U.S House of Representative for Washington’s 4th congressional district. The panel will discuss the impact of international trade, and its relevant policies, on the urban/rural divide nationally and in Washington state. This program is being planned and developed by the students of the Gorton Center Global Leaders Program, a year-long leadership development program for undergraduate, graduate and law students from the Puget Sound area. Please join us for a roundtable discussion, moderated by former U.S. Senator Slade Gorton, as the panel discusses international emergency management and lessons learned.

– Location: The National Bureau of Asian Research (1414 NE 42nd St, Suite 300). Take the elevator to the third floor.
– Time: March 26, 2018 3:00PM-4:30PM
Refreshments available

Contact davik77 if you have any questions or concerns

RSVP required via http://bit.ly/2p4SfvX

Urban Divide Event (5).pdf

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NEW COURSE: RE 370 Real Estate Data Modeling

The Department of Real Estate is offering a new course spring quarter, RE 370 Real Estate Data Modeling, which is part of our Real Estate Minor. The Real Estate Minor is waiting approval and should be announced no later than fall 2018. If students would like to register for this course and/or have questions about the minor, please have them email bestm2

RE 370: Real Estate Data Modeling
Monday/Wednesday
1030-1150 am

Gould 100

This is a project-based course where students will develop a suitability analysis for a client that is looking to acquire real property for a specific use. ESRI applications and tools such as ArcGIS Online will be used to develop the model. The purpose of the project is to learn how to use data for decision making and real property acquisition by identifying the best location for a project. The student will be responsible for selecting a specific client and project type to create a suitability model in ArcGIS Online. The first step is defining criteria for the model which includes understanding the factors that go into the decision-making process for acquisition of property for different uses. The second step involves gathering data, learning about different data sets and data types, and cleaning/preparing data for analyses. The third step is understanding the data with basic descriptive statistics and exploratory spatial data analysis. The fourth step is using other techniques such as hedonic models and spatial analyses to incorporate additional information into the model. The last step involves performing a sensitivity and error analysis to examine the robustness of the model.

Instructor: Rebecca J. Walter, PhD

Assistant Professor of Real Estate

Melissa Best

Assistant to the Chair | Department of Real Estate
College of Built Environments | University of Washington
bestm2

P 206.685.8020 | F 206.685.9597

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StatNorthwest coming April 14th!

StatNorthwest!

What: A half-day conference for undergraduate students and recent graduates

When: April 14, 2018, 12:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Where: University of Washington, South Campus Center Room 316 (directions here)

StatNorthwest is a half-day conference, hosted by the University of Washington Department of Biostatistics Diversity Committee, for students of all levels from historically underrepresented groups in the mathematical, computational, and statistical sciences interested in learning about careers and advanced degrees in statistics and biostatistics.

Biostatisticians, statisticians, and data scientists from the University of Washington, affiliated research institutions, and the Pacific Northwest’s vibrant tech industry will give talks or hold panel discussions exposing students to the breadth of opportunities available in the fields of biostatistics and statistics.

For more details, check out the Schedule of Events and List of Invited Speakers.

Attendance is free, but space is limited! Please RSVP here.

Questions? Contact aplantin@uw.edu.

UNDERGRADUATE ADVISING
Department of Economics
305 Savery Hall, Box 353330
Seattle, Washington 98195-3330

phone 206.543.5794 / fax 206.685.7477
econadv / econ.washington.edu

statNW.PDF

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Low-Cost LSAT Prep Course at UW!

Are you interested in going to LAW school, but can’t afford to pay $1200+ for LSAT prep classes?

There will be a low-cost, high quality, LSAT prep course offered at UW (open to non-students as well).You can apply for the course (and see testimonials, etc.) at campusprep.org.

LSAT PREP COURSE

The course will start in April and prepares you for the June test date. The comprehensive, 30 hour, live course includes 3 practice exams and costs $325. (some students who qualify for financial need-based aid will pay about $225.)

The course is taught by a high-scoring, qualified instructor who has been trained by our national trainer. All instructors for Campus Prep must meet certain requirements (including having a high LSAT score), and must undergo a rigorous training program by top experts.

LSAT PREP COURSE SCHEDULE: (please let us know if this schedule doesn’t work for you)

Tuesdays 6-9pm

4/17, 4/24, 5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22

Proctored (practice) exams: Sat. 4/21 11-2pm, Sat. 5/5 11-2pm, Sat. 5/19 11-2pm

"The same caliber as traditional prep courses, but it comes at a cheaper cost."
-Kristine Jackson, Dean of Admissions at CU Boulder Law

You can try the course by having until midnight on the day of the first class session to receive a full refund for any reason.

Apply ASAP at admin.

Fast Facts:

  • 92% of students who took another prep course before ours rated ours as superior.
  • In anonymous surveys, 98.7% of students say they would recommend our course to a friend!
  • More than 30 years of test prep experience behind our core team!

“Campus Prep helped me gain admission to nine top-twenty and top-ten law schools so far, including University of Chicago, NYU, University of Pennsylvania, UC Berkeley, and Georgetown University.”

-Breanna Hinricks

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