Please join us Wednesday (4:30PM PST) for our Conversations in Environmental Communication Seminar Series. Open to the public. The series explores environmental communication through the perspective of a diverse group of professionals working in the arts, journalism, social media, advocacy, business, and science.Read more
This upcoming lecture series features five experts on the Horn of Africa and its Diaspora communities. All the lectures are free and open to the public thanks to the wonders of ZOOM.Read more
Please join us next Wednesday (4:30PM PST) for the start of our Conversations in Environmental Communication Seminar Series. Open to the public. The series explores environmental communication through the perspective of a diverse group of professionals working in the arts, journalism, social media, advocacy, business, and science.Read more
The FIUTS Discussion Series on Race & Racism in the U.S. is starting up again next week and registration is now open! This is a space for international and U.S. students, as well as others in the UW community, to learn from and with each other to make sense of current events and experiences in the U.S.Read more
The winter quarter seminar schedule is now online: https://envstudies.uw.edu/2020/12/18/winter-2021-seminar/. Seminars will be 4:30-5:20PM Wednesdays via Zoom and the public can view on the POE YouTube channel. Students can enroll for a 1-credit ENVIR 495D seminar (SLN 22196).Read more
WINTER 2021 CURRENT CLIMATE CHANGE RESEARCH SEMINAR: A PCC/CHANGE PARTNERSHIP
*****SEMINARS ARE OPEN TO ALL******
Organized by LuAnne Thompson (OCN), Becky Alexander (PCC/ATMOS) and Jeremy Hess (CHanGE/DEOHS)
Led by LuAnne Thompson (OCN)
The UW Program on Climate Change (PCC) and Center for Health and the Global Environment (CHanGE) are offering a seminar in Winter 2021 focused on the intersection of climate change and human health.
Are you looking for an exciting, unique two credit course this Winter 2021? HSTRY 201 (SLN: 22128) History Lecture Series Colloquium: Technology and Its Discontents currently has seats available. Please see the below course description (and lecture schedule) and the attached course flyer for more information: History Lecture Series Course Flyer 2021
HSTRY 201 HISTORY LECTURE SERIES COLLOQUIUM: TECHNOLOGY AND ITS DISCONTENTS
Be a K-12 Educator during WIN 21 through EDUC 401!
Seattle Public Schools started the 2020-2021 school year remotely. Initial reports show that this return to remote learning has gotten off to a rough start, with half of Seattle students not logging in to the system.
Introducing Marine Biology Alive, a new Winter seminar course focusing on issues and individuals across the marine biology discipline.
FISH 497, Section B (SLN 14955)
Tuesdays, 3:30 – 4:20 pm
1 credit, CR/NC grading
[time schedule: https://www.washington.edu/students/timeschd/WIN2021/fish.html#fish497]
Explore the world’s oceans through the lens of a diverse cast of marine science professionals.Read more