UPCOMING MSW INFORMATION SESSIONS
In-person and webinar sessions scheduled for January and February!
Are you seeking work in a challenging, yet rewarding and dynamic field? Do you have a passion for public service,
diversity, social justice, and human advocacy?
Attached is a copy of the Washington State SAF Foundations’s 2019-2020 student scholarship application form. The application notice has also been posted on the Washington WashBoard.org web site.
2019 to 2020 SAF Scholarship Application.docx
Applications are now open for the Exploration Seminar, Natural and Cultural History of Costa Rica. This course is a 5 credit Study Abroad course (see notes below about credits) and the travel dates fall in between Summer and Autumn quarters (Program dates: 8/27/19 – 9/19/19).Read more
Please join us at 3:30 p.m. in the Forest Club Room at Anderson Hall to hear from Getachew Eshete, associate professor at Cascadia College, who will be presenting, “Prospects for biodiversity and ecosystem services in coffee agroecosystems facing socio-ecological changes in southwest Ethiopia.”
Afterward, light refreshments will be served.
Please see the attached vacancy announcement and accompanying flyer for an exciting and unique opportunity for a summer internship in the Black Hills of South Dakota. SD Resource Conservation & Forestry is seeking to fill a forest stewardship intern position for the summer, and a partnership with the state tree farm organization (see flyer) seeks to add additional value to the position.
University of Washington
Master of Science in Technology Innovation
Application Session (online/in person):
January 10, 6-7 pm, Global Innovation Exchange
Join us at the Application Information Session to learn more about MSTI program.Read more
Environmental Impact Statements: A Case Study of the Proposed Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska
FISH 513C, SLN 22469
Instructor: Daniel Schindler, SAFS (deschind)
Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) are a tool used to inform US federal decision-makers about the environmental effects of proposed development activities.
Study Abroad Program (Summer 2019):
Program on the Environment Taiwan: Exploring Environmental and Social Resilience
Travel around Taiwan to explore cases of social and environmental resilience. Interact with local students, experts, and communities to compare resilience and adaptation challenges and strategies between Taiwan and Washington State.