January 16th

University of Washington - Bothell

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Apply to be an RA!

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Apply to be a Resident Advisor for 2015-2016! Info Session MONDAY!

Enrich your UW Bothell experience and apply to be a Resident Advisor for 2015-2016! Come to one of the information sessions listed below this month to learn more about the position and apply now at www.tinyurl.com/UWBRA1516
Applications are due January 31st at midnight!

Questions? Contact Rachel Rodney at rrodney@uwb.edu

Info Sessions
UW1-103 10-11am

  • Monday, January 26th

Husky Village CC 7-8pm

  • Monday, January 19th


Wednesday, January 28th, 7:30 pm in HVCC

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Housing & Residential Life and Orientation & Transition Programs

Living-Learning Communities (LLC) Peer Instructor:

Peer Instructor’s will partner with faculty to create monthly, co-curricular events throughout the academic year. In addition, they will assist in teaching a 2-credit seminar in the fall and winter quarters on student success strategies. This is an ideal position for students interested in possibly teaching in k-12 or at the college level someday. If you are interested in gaining teaching experience, peer mentorship, further developing your leadership, and giving back to the UWB Bothell community – then this is a great opportunity for you! This commitment will begin with Spring 2015 training and will then continue on as a paid position for Fall, Winter, and Spring quarter during the 2015-2016 academic year. The position pays $500 per quarter. For more information and to apply go to the following link: http://tinyurl.com/UwbLLC

o Application Deadline: February 12th

o 1:1 Interviews: February 20 – 24th

o Training Dates: LLC Peer Instructors are required to

o enroll in the B CUSP:

o Peer Instructor Practicum during the Spring 2015 quarter.

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RA Programs and Events Coming Up

Marble Necklace Making with Heather
Tuesday, January 20th, 5pm, HVCC

Make Your Own Air Freshner with Taryn
Thursday, January 22nd, 5:15 pm HVCC

Counseling Center 2015 WORKSHOPS & CLASSES

How do I Stop My Anxious & Worry Thoughts?

Tuesday, January 27th, 2015, 3:30 – 4:30 pm; Discovery Hall, Room 464

Do you find yourself getting anxious and you don’t know why? How often do you worry during the day? When you lay down to sleep does your mind race with worries? If so, join us to learn skills that help you recognize your worries and focus your attention in ways that decrease anxiety and worry.

Mindfulness-Based Skills Class for Stress and Anxiety

Tuesday, February 3, 10, 17, 24 from 3:30 – 5:00 pm; Discovery Hall, Room 464

Feel stressed and anxious? Is the stress or anxiety you feel negatively affecting your week? You are not alone. Join other students to learn how to effectively manage these feelings. Students will learn about the brain-body connection, recognize and change self-defeating thoughts, increase positive experiences during the week, and find additional ways to effectively manage stress and anxiety.

You must pre-register for this class to guarantee a spot. Please call the Counseling Center at 425-352-3183 to register for the class. The receptionist will need your name, phone number and student ID. You will receive an email verifying your registration. Deadline for registration is Friday, January 30th.

Overcoming Procrastination

Monday, February 9th, 3:30 – 5:00 pm; Discovery Hall, Room 464

This workshop will look at the cycle and roots of your procrastination and then discuss how to overcome those things that are responsible for your procrastination. You may have tried time management and the "just do it" philosophy to break out of your procrastination rut perhaps with limited to no success. This workshop will help you delve deeper into the reason why we procrastinate, as we often need to first understand how a thing works in order to conquer it. The hope of this workshop is for you to begin to more permanently and consistently minimize procrastination's negative effect on your life.

Managing Test Anxiety

Monday, March 2nd, 3:30pm - 4:30pm, Discovery Hall, Room 464

Does your mind go blank when you take tests? Have you gotten low scores because you were anxious during exams, even though you studied? Do you worry about upcoming tests? If so, join us to learn ways to manage test anxiety and increase your comfort and confidence as you prepare for and take exams.

Food Trucks!

Loving or Missing the food Trucks on campus? Here’s the place to check out upcoming options!