Department Calendar

May 1
General Exam (PhD) - Mayoore Jaiswal
3:00pm | EEB M306

May 4
2017 Puget Sound Alumni Mixer
6:00pm | Amazon Campus Van Vorst Library 426 Terry Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109

May 8
Grad Drop In Advising
1:00pm | Advising

May 9
Research Colloquium: Grad Showcase
10:30am | 105 EEB

May 11
Dissertation Defense (PhD) - Yishen Wang
4:30pm | CSE AE108

May 12
Dissertation Defense (PhD) - Tong Zhang
3:00pm | EEB M406

May 22
Thesis Defense (MSEE) - Jacob D. Baldassini
9:30am | EEB 303

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Quick Links

Please note that many of these links require authentication using your UW username and password - and not all links are accessible to all people.

  • Faculty Search
    The EE department is currently accepting applications for both tenure-track faculty positions and for lecturers!
  • Links for Faculty
    Frequently-accessed links used by our faculty.
  • Staff Leave and Overtime Report Form
    Submit your reports of sick leave taken, vacation requests, etc.
  • Administration Operations
    Tasks and information managed by the Chair, his support staff, and the front desk.
  • Calendars and Scheduling
    Conference room reservations and calendars, equipment checkout, and the like.
  • Computing
    All tasks related to departmental computing, e.g. computer account creation, passwords, backup requests for your desktop computer, networking.
  • Facilities
    Most everything related to the physical infrastructure (and related operations) of the EE department.
  • Payroll and Human Resources
    Everything related to being an employee or supervisor in our department.
  • Research Management
    Provides access to all of the tools necessary to effectively manage pre-award, award, and post-awards at the University of Washington.
  • Teaching & Academic Resources
    Information, used by faculty and staff, related to teaching, admissions, academics, and student-related matters.

Other Sections

Much of this has been supplanted by the new outward facing website - however there's still a fair bit of relevant information here which needs to be preserved.

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