The SEFS Diversity Committee is holding a virtual meeting, open to all SEFS students, faculty and staff, this Monday, May 18.
The meeting will be held virtually and can be found at this link.
On Friday, May 22 the UW Libraries is hosting the 4th Annual UW GIS Symposium. The Symposium will be held online this year.
Deadline for submission has been extended to May 15.
The Washington Rare Plant Care and Conservation program within the University of Washington Botanic Gardens has received the 2020 Conservation Partner of the Year Award from the Washington Native Plant Society.Read more
Three School of Environmental and Forest Science students have been named to the 2020 Husky 100 list!
Congratulations to Autumn Forespring, an ESRM and American Indian Studies student, Sierra Red Bow, an ESRM and American Indian Studies student, and Olivia Sanderfoot, a Ph.D.
Dear SEFS Community:
Greetings to all of you, wherever you may be. It’s eerily quiet on campus during this time of the year, which is usually one of the busiest. I hope you are finding ways to make the most of this unusual time.
Despite the changes in our routines in recent weeks, the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences still plans to move ahead with the End of the Year Awards! The date and details on the virtual celebration are still being determined.Read more
Join the Pacific Science Center and the UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences’ professor Peter Kahn for a special virtual Earth Day event on April 22: “Earth Day Now More than Ever: Into Nature and Toward Life.”
The free virtual talk will be held at 7 p.m.
On April 13, the UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences welcomed Timothy Egan, National Book Award winner, author and journalist, as the 2020 Sustaining Our World lecture speaker. Due to Washington’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy Order, the lecture was held virtually.Read more
Darryll Johnson, a longtime School of Environmental and Forest Sciences researcher, has passed away.
Johnson was the longtime leader of the Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit (CESU) stationed at SEFS, which was preceded by the Cooperative Park Studies Unit in the College of Forest Resources.