Autumn quarter 2019 – 3 credits – T TH 5:30 PM to 6:50 PM
Changing climates pose significant challenges to how the built environment can be used and should be developed now and in the near future.
The University of Washington Trans Resource Fair, hosted by UAW Local 4121, will create a space for trans students to be connected to resources and services in the Seattle area! The event will take place in the Social Work Building, room 305, on October 10th from 4PM to 7PM.Read more
ATM S 350 Ecological Climatology – How plants interact with our atmosphere
MWF 1:30 – 2:20, 3 credits, NW, SLN 10689
This course investigates the connection between ecosystems and climate through chemical, biological, and physical interactions.
The Presidential Management Fellowship (PMF) Program is a two-year federal government leadership development program for advanced degree candidates designed to develop government leaders.
PMFs with the Forest Service are graduates from various disciplines, including but not limited to: public policy, business management, economics, biology, forestry, natural resource management, landscape architecture, and law.
All lectures are free, register at this link: https://www.engr.washington.edu/events/lectures
Growing More with Less: Smart Tech Solutions to Feed the World
Thursday, October 10, 7:30 PM
Kane Hall 130
Faisal Hossain, Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering
Asia has some of the fastest growing economies in the world, but it is also home to two-thirds of the global hunger population.Read more
Intercollegiate Athletics is hiring tutors for Fall quarter and are in need of ESRM Tutors.
SAAS (Student-Athlete Academic Services) within the Intercollegiate Athletics Department at the University of Washington offers individual and small-group tutoring to student-athletes.
A Climate in Crisis: Staying Present and Active in the Time of Climate Change
CHID 496D (SLN 23763): As the climate crisis gains more and more attention from the media and the general public, feelings of eco-grief, anxiety, and helplessness abound.
The team of the EFI-IFSA-IUFRO project on Green Jobs and the future of employment is organizing an expert workshop taking place 18th and 19th of November in Bonn, Germany. The workshop will bring together tandems of senior and junior experts from 6 focus countries:
Brazil, Finland, Germany, Indonesia, South Africa and the United States
We are seeking junior experts [students or recent graduates] that have a passion for forest education and are eager to learn more about employment and how it is changing in the forest sector.
A wildlife studies opportunity with the Gardner Lab:
The Gardner Lab is hosting an image processing party on Monday, Sept. 9 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Winkenwerder 217. We need help working through a large set of camera trap images and were hoping some of you would be interested in helping out.