SEFS Seminar Tomorrow: “The Role of People and Climate in Shaping Vegetation and Fire History” – Cathy Whitlock, professor, Montana State University
Winter 2019 SEFS Seminar Schedule
Jan. 9 – Prospects for biodiversity and ecosystem services in coffee agroecosystems facing socio-ecological changes in southwest Ethiopia
Getachew Eshete, associate professor at Cascadia College
The Rare Care program was modeled after this program in New England. This job opportunity is an excellent position for anyone interested in working in plant conservation.
Washington Rare Plant Care and Conservation
PH 206.616.0780 EM rarecare
School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
College of the Environment
Botanical Coordinator 2019 Final.pdf
JOIN US FOR WILDLANDS STUDIES STUDENT INFO SESSION
TUESDAY, JANUARY 29- 4:30 PM
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
This season students can choose among fifteen wildlife, wildland and cultural ecology field studies searching for solutions to environmental and cultural challenges.
Thursdays from 12-2pm
Jan 31st: Plant propagation work
party at the Center for Urban
Feb 14th: Invasive species removal
at Paccar/Dempsey Hall site
Feb 21st: Raised bed work party at
the Center for Horticulture
Feb 28th: Invasive species removal
at Paccar/Dempsey Hall site
Saturday, February 9, 2019
1:00pm-4:00pm • Seattle Labor Temple
Join the Labor Archives of Washington in marking the 100th anniversary of the 1919 Seattle General Strike.
Speakers will include:
· James Gregory, Professor, UW History, Director of the Seattle General Strike History Project
· Nicole Grant, Executive Secretary-Treasurer, MLK Jr.
Registration is open now for the 2019 Diversity Leadership Conference: Bridging the Leadership Divide!
This *FREE* half-day conference is open to all undergraduate students, and provides an opportunity for skill-building, connection with campus resources and fellow student leaders, and exploration of current and relevant leadership topics and concepts.
Emery Reddy PLLC is a small law firm downtown that specializes in workers’ rights advocacy (and are one of the few in the state that do specifically work in worker’s compensation and employment law) and are currently seeking students that might be interested in their $2,500 Legal Studies scholarship.Read more
I want to make you aware of the 38th Annual Diversity Career Fair coming next week, Wednesday, January 30, 2019 in the HUB Ballroom. The career fair is open to ALL UW STUDENTS and ALL MAJORS.Read more
Good evening, fellow grad students!
The coordinators of Seabird Soirée cordially invite you to join us for our next community event on Monday, January 28th at 5:00 p.m. We are so excited to welcome Kyle Spragens, the waterfowl section manager at the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife, to come to campus to chat with us about his work with the agency and lead a discussion about career paths in ecology and wildlife management.