Jackson School On-boarding Manual

The Jackson School of International Studies is a nationally recognized leader in advancing the understanding of and engagement in world issues. Founded in 1909, it is one of the oldest and largest schools in the country to offer undergraduate and graduate degrees in international and area studies.

The Jackson School of International Studies is a nationally recognized leader in advancing the understanding of and engagement in world issues. Founded in 1909, it is one of the oldest and largest schools in the country to offer undergraduate and graduate degrees in international and area studies.

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Its location in Seattle, a global hub of commerce, philanthropy and progressive policy, provides a diverse and dynamic environment that helps connect scholarship with what the world needs. For over 40 years the School has hosted the highest number of federally funded national resource centers in area studies in the U.S.

JSIS currently offers seven undergraduate majors, 17 minors, nine interdisciplinary M.A. options, an executive master’s degree in applied international studies (MAAIS), a sequenced M.A.-Ph.D., and a Ph.D. program. The School also hosts eight Department of Education Title VI National Resource Centers. JSIS is a department in the Social Sciences Division of the College of Arts and Sciences.

Table of Contents

Onboarding Manual_1.1 Jackson School Contact List

Onboarding Manual_1.2 Getting to Campus

Onboarding Manual_1.3 UW NetID, Email, Husky Card, Directory List

Onboarding Manual_1.4 New Employee Documents and Trainings

Onboarding Manual_1.5 Distribution Lists

Onboarding Manual_1.6 Admin Roles and Responsibilities – OAS edits 10-20-16

Onboarding Manual_1.7 Recurring Meetings and Social Gatherings

Onboarding Manual_1.8 Business Cards

Onboarding Manual_1.9 Printing and Copying

Onboarding Manual_1.10 Mailing

Onboarding Manual_1.11 Websites