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Ethics of Sustainable Development Video (3 min) & Events this week

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Now Enrolling: “Ethics of Sustainable Development” (Online)
Watch this video about the two-week online intensive course to discover theories of development, study human development indicators and strategies, and engage in provoking conversations around the intersections of ethics and human development with a diverse cohort of sustainability leaders. 

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Night Hikes and Trail Cameras – Join a Wildlands Studies Info Session

Friendly reminder – Wildlands Studies is hosting an Information Session tomorrow, Tuesday, November 17th at 5PM Pacific Standard Time
You are invited to a Wildlands Studies Information Session via Zoom
Tuesday, November 17th 2020 @5PM PST
Tuesday, November 24th 2020 @5PM PST
Meeting ID: 594 029 6230
Passcode: 2j1G16
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Meet Lead Instructor Geoff Gallice
Geoff is a tropical biologist and conservationist with a research focus on tropical butterflies and several ongoing projects that study biodiversity, ecology, and evolution in southeastern Peru. 

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Study Abroad November Highlights

Announcing UW Study Abroad’s virtual What the Heck is Study Abroad? sessions for November. Students can register for any of the following dates:
Tuesday November 2, from 10:30-11:30am PST,
Thursday, November 12, from 12:30-1:30pm PST
Wednesday, November 18, from 2:30-3:30pm PST
Thursday, November 24, from 2:30-3:30pm PST
Additionally, UW Study Abroad is giving away a scholarship of $500 as part of our UW Global Month promotion to any UW student who opens an advising profile between now and November 30.   

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Online Winter Break Opportunities

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New! Now Enrolling:
Peru Online – Global Water Resource Management & Sustainable Practices
Earn 3 academic equivalent credits from Universidad San Ignacio De Loyola
Course dates: December 12 -22, 2020 (48 credit hours)
Complete this course through thought provoking conversations, debate causes of climate change with sustainability leaders globally, attend virtual site visits of Ancient Inca Agricultural sites & more! 

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