TNC Seminar: Innovation Science for Conservation and a Sustainable Future
EarthLab welcomes Dr. Hugh Possingham, The Nature Conservancy’s chief scientist, to the University of Washington on Tuesday, March 3. He’s in town to enhance the partnership between The Nature Conservancy and UW.
The Office of Equity, Inclusion & Diversity offers a 1-credit Diversity Seminar course each year, open to graduate students, staff & faculty. We invite you to spread the word about the Graduate School’s spring quarter Diversity Seminar course “Interrupting Microaggressions & Promoting Quality Mentorship.” I’ve attached the course flyer.Read more
ESS 490B: Geologic Carbon Sequestration (3 cr).
Prof. Juliet Crider
Can we reverse climate change and save the planet by injecting CO2 into rocks?
The class will operate as a scientific task force to produce a joint report on the current state of knowledge regarding geologic carbon sequestration.
Enroll in Winter Quarter GEN ST 391D: Research Exposed! Population Health (1cr)
Research Exposed is an opportunity to learn about current, exciting research in a wide variety of disciplines. Through presentations by UW faculty students will learn about the research process, how faculty come up with an idea for research, how inquiry is structured in the different disciplines, and how students can become involved in the knowledge-making process.
Dr. Ray Hilborn (Professor in the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences) will be presenting Monday (10/21/19) from 4-5pm in the Physics and Astronomy Tower, Room C520.
Title: The Impacts of Fishing Forage Fish on Wildlife
Concern about the impact of fishing on non-target species is an essential part of ecosystem based management.