I wanted to announce that we still have one position available for the summer internship.
I have attached the application.
Thank you for sharing.
Kathleen St.Clair – McGee
American Heritage Wildlife Foundation founder & board of directors president
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Correigh Greene (Research Biologist, NOAA NWFS) will be presenting Monday (2/11/19) from 3-4 pm in the Physics and Astronomy Tower, Room C520.
Title: How science can inform habitat restoration for a threatened species: a case study of Chinook salmon in the Skagit River, WA
Abstract: Species listed as threatened or endangered under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) often face multiple threats, some of which are broadly covered under critical habitat designations.Read more
Our Enterprise and the Environment Summer School will take place from 30 June – 12 July 2019 at the University of Oxford and is intended for undergraduate and masters students passionate about environmental change.Read more
The application deadline for my summer program in Viet Nam has been extended to Feb. 15. There are about four spots left. This may be of particular interest to students with interests in international non-profit or NGO work, international development, global health/social work, as well as post-conflict social and environmental issues.
SPRING COURSE: LING 201
Introduction to Meaning
Lying is universal. Lying is everywhere – in the private sphere, political sphere and on the internet. It’s a common human behavior and a property of human speech on par with our other cognitive abilities.
FHL 101: Spring quarter weekend field trip course for 1 credit to visit the UW’s Marine Field Station
This is an excellent chance for students to visit the UW’s Marine Field Station Friday Harbor Labs on San Juan Island in the first weekend of May. The whole course (1 cr, cr/nc) is completed through the field trip, and is open to students from any background, but will students in their first or second year at UW.Read more
Explore wild Alaska, earn credit toward your degree, and have the adventure you’re itching for. Tatoosh courses provide hands-on research experience in summer sessions. 2-, 3-, and 6-week long programs are a great fit for undergraduates interested in everything from biology to art to politics.Read more