Research Announcement for PhD students.
PhD Assistantship in Advance Forest Planning at North Carolina State University
Tara Chestnut, PhD (Ecologist, Mount Rainier National Park) will be presenting Monday (4/22/19) from 3-4pm in the Physics and Astronomy Tower, Room C520.
Title: Reintroducing Fishers (Pekania pennanti) to their Historical Range in Washington: Culturally competent approaches in conservation biology
Conservation biology is an interdisciplinary field of study focused on the protection of biodiversity, which includes species, their habitats, and ecosystems.
The Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards will be offering a short series of workshops over the next few weeks geared toward undergraduates and alumni planning ahead for grad school admission processes this fall.Read more
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/655347681592568/Read more
Podcasting Workshop: Call for Applicants
Are you a graduate student engaged in academic or professional work that you wish you could communicate to a broader audience? Interested in building your resume while learning how to tell compelling stories about meaningful topics?
This summer, the Odegaard Writing and Research Center is offering its annual Dissertation Retreat from June 17-21.
The retreat is a program that runs for a week between Spring and Summer quarters and that’s dedicated just to writing, workshops, and support for dissertators who are looking to refocus and get to the finish line.Read more
APRIL Sustainability Professional Development Programme (ASPDP)is an 18-month long management-trainee programme run by APRIL Group. APRIL is one of the largest pulp and paper manufacturing companies in the world, with plantations and manufacturing operations in Riau, Indonesia.Read more
Here’s a great opportunity for a graduate student to receive a fellowship working with the University of Washington Press.
Christopher Schell (Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Urban Ecology, University of Washington, Tacoma) will be presenting Monday (4/8/19) from 3-4pm in the Physics and Astronomy Tower, Room C520.
Title: Nothing to Fear: Uncovering the mechanisms that mediate fearlessness in coyotes
Reduced fear in wildlife is becoming an extensive phenomenon across the globe.
The Evans School is accepting applications for the International Development and Nonprofit Management Certificate programs. All current UW graduate students from any campus are welcome to apply, as long as they will be enrolled for the duration of the 2019-20 academic year.Read more