It’s a pleasure to share with all of you that SEFS Emeritus Professor Robert Edmonds has published a book on the history of SEFS and forestry science at UW! The book, titled “Saving Forest Ecosystems” is now available in hardcover, paperback and for Kindle.Read more
EVENTS AND PROGRAMS
ATTEND: Build Your Own Business (BYOB)
Thursday, February 18 | 6:00 – 7:30 pm PT | Register Here
Students pitch an early idea, collaborate with one another, receive feedback and mentoring from experienced entrepreneurs Andy and Jana Kleitsch, and work through the next step in progressing on their idea.
Happy February! As we are halfway through the quarter, we wanted to let you all know about different support Academic Support Programs has for students virtually. Both coaches and tutors are excited and available to support students virtually!Read more
As we start summer quarter, we wanted to remind y’all of all the services ASP has to offer students this summer!
CLUE (Center for Learning & Undergraduate Enrichment) will be open for drop-in Chemistry, Economics, Math, Physics & Writing tutoring on Mondays/Wednesday/Fridays from 10am-3pm.Read more
We are excited to announce the release of our Spring issue of FieldNotes!
Releasing in unforeseen circumstances, our Spring 2020 issue focuses on change. Our authors discuss how climate change will impact both human and wildlife communities, how to ensure going green is equitable, and how our increasingly digital world has changed science communication.Read more
The Mt. Baker – Snoqualmie is currently looking for a 0462 – GS 7/8/9/10 Timber Sale Administrator that will be based out of Darrington, WA. This was outreached previously as a 0462 – GS 8/9/10, but the open continuous announcement is a 0462 – GS 7/8/9/10 and this is what we will be utilizing to fill this position.Read more
Several people have re-posted this original message from Alaina Capoeman (Quinault). I got a couple of requests to help spread the word. Regarding the topic, the Samuel E. Kelly Cultural Center has been doing some sessions regarding the Census, especially for international, BIPOC, and undocu students.Read more