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BSE program receives renewal of accreditation

The UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences’ Bioresource Sciences and Engineering (BSE) program has once again been accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
The program is one of 10 engineering programs at UW to be awarded the accreditation for the next six years, and is one of six of these programs in which no deficiencies, weaknesses or concerns were found. 

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SEFS researcher’s work on soil featured in The Washington Post

Ryan Batjiaka has been spending a lot of time with cucumbers, radishes and petunias. At least the soil the plants are housed in.
The work done by Batjiaka, a soil researcher working with SEFS research professor Sally Brown, was featured in a story in The Washington Post about how scientists can recycle sewer waste into garden soil. 

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Shark Week at SEFS: Professor authors study on reef shark populations

Work at the University of Washington’s School of Environmental and Forest Sciences isn’t all trees and wildfires. It’s sharks, too. Yes, sharks.
SEFS associate professor Aaron Wirsing was one of the authors on a first-of-its-kind study, published recently in Nature,┬áthat reported the conservation status of reef shark populations worldwide. 

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