The University of Washington’s School of Information (iSchool) wants to send its capstone students to tackle your hardest information challenges. Last year, an iSchool capstone team developed a platform to connect victims of domestic abuse with shelters that are close to them so they can find help and safety fast. This type of innovation can come to your organization, … Continued
Join Northeastern University-Seattle for their Fall Open House! Learn about a variety of programs and mingle with faculty and staff while enjoying brunch on campus. Come with any questions about: Student Life Scholarships & Financial Aid Degree Programs Online Bachelor’s Completion Program Experiential Learning and Co-op Opportunities Break Into Tech! For students interested in the … Continued
Join in for this community-based participatory research project featuring photographs, stories, and data from people experiencing homelessness in Seattle to understand how the bonds with their animals act as both a benefit and a barrier in their lives. This is a collaboration between the University of Washington’s Center for One Health Research, School of Law, … Continued
About The Ascend Fund The Ascend Fund is a collaborative fund designed to accelerate progress toward gender equity among elected officials in the U.S. The Fund pools philanthropic capital to support nonpartisan, nonprofit organizations aligned with this goal who are preparing women to run for office and working to break down the barriers preventing women … Continued
The Development Coordinator is a crucial member of the Development team; enabling the success of the team by coordinating departmental operations. This includes conducting prospect research, creating prospect profiles, coordinating prospect and donor pipeline management, creating team reports, processing gifts and donor acknowledgments, and managing various processes within the department. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Prospect … Continued
Hear from forward-looking leaders as they showcase their transformative technology approaches to facilitating change. In addition to the showcase, Cambia Grove Innovator Fellows, Mansi Mehrotra and Kristin Mussar, will present their work with Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center developing cloud infrastructure to support the analysis and publication of transcriptomic heterogeneities at the single-cell level.
The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) is an independent research organization that produces cutting-edge scientific and policy-relevant quantitative evidence for use by policymakers, donors, and other stakeholders. Based at the University of Washington, IHME’s ongoing work provides high-quality measurement of the world’s major health problems, assesses how these problems are being addressed, and … Continued
The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) is an independent research center at the University of Washington. Its mission is to monitor global health conditions and health systems, as well as to evaluate interventions, initiatives, and reforms. IHME carries out a range of projects within different research areas including: the Global Burden of Diseases, … Continued
Join Global to Local for their Community Kitchen Dinner at the SeaTac Community Center. All are welcome to this free, family-friendly event! Please RSVP online or call SeaTac Community Center: (206) 973-4680 When: Wednesday, October 23, from 6pm – 8pm Where: SeaTac Community Center, 13735 24th Ave S, SeaTac, WA 98168
Startups are often surprised by the long and often challenging procurement process that occurs once they’ve made a sale. Join Cambia Grove on October 10th to talk about how to navigate the corporate procurement process and how to prepare for a business associate agreement (BAA) with Martha Phelps and Lyra Correa from Davis Wright Tremaine.