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Conversations in Environmental Communication Seminar Series [Wednesdays 4:30PM]

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. 

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PCC Winter Climate Change Research Seminar-joint with CHanGE

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. 

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History Lecture Series Colloquium – Technology and Its Discontents

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
SLN: 22128
C/NC
2 credits
Wed. 

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Marine Biology Alive: New 1-Credit Marine Biology Seminar

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

Remote instruction

no pre-reqs

[time schedule: https://www.washington.edu/students/timeschd/WIN2021/fish.html#fish497]

[myplan: https://myplan.uw.edu/course/#/courses/FISH%20497?id=e5a2ae32-0182-4350-8816-0634f656fdb5]

Explore the world’s oceans through the lens of a diverse cast of marine science professionals. 

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