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ENV H 590 A: Scientific Programming, Modeling, and Data Visualization with Environmental Health Applications

Course Description: Increases in computing power and growth in the availability of data have allowed scientists to expand their research, create effective data visualizations, and develop and run quantitative models. This course will introduce students to computer programming, data visualization, and modeling methods for conducting scientific research with a focus on environmental health. 

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Job Opening(s) for Post-MS and/or Post-BS at PNNL-Sequim

I am pleased to announce that our Ecosystem Science team at PNNL is hiring a Post-MS and/or Post-BS here at PNNL- Sequim. This is a full time, limited term position and the candidate will work under my mentorship on several large interdisciplinary DOE-funded projects, and will closely interact with many other PIs, staff scientists, junior scientists, external collaborators, and other limited term employees located across many of PNNL’s campuses (Richland, College Park, Sequim). 

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Ask Me Anything: Introducing UW Communication Leadership Grad Program – Jan. 25, 12 pm PST

Ask Me Anything: Introducing UW Communication Leadership Grad Program – Jan. 25, 12 pm PST

“I am about to complete my undergraduate degree in the Communication Department. What is the next step?”
Are you interested in launching a successful career in communication, marketing, content strategy, community building, or user design? 

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