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ENV H 590 A: Scientific Programming, Modeling, and Data Visualization with Environmental Health Applications

Course Description: Increases in computing power and growth in the availability of data have allowed scientists to expand their research, create effective data visualizations, and develop and run quantitative models. This course will introduce students to computer programming, data visualization, and modeling methods for conducting scientific research with a focus on environmental health. 

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DXARTS 490B: Post-Internet Art

Spring Quarter 2021
DXARTS 490B: Post-Internet Art
Instructor: James Coupe, Professor
Credits: 3
Time: Friday 9:30am to 12:20pm
taught remotely, synchronously
SLN: 21327
Class counts towards DXARTS Minor or Elective Credit
Note: Contact James Coupe <> for add codes


The class examines historical and recent examples of Internet Art, as well as the emergence of Post-internet aesthetics. 

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NOAA Hollings Preparation Program Info Session (Monday, 2/8, 3:00 PM)

NOAA Hollings Preparation Program Info Session
Monday, 2/8
3:00 – 3:30 PM Pacific Standard Time

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) seeks to prepare students for career development opportunities in atmospheric and ocean sciences. 

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$$ PAID: Summer 2021 Field Assistant Positions – Forest; Fire Ecology Research. Deadline: Friday, February 26th

The Harvey Lab at the University of Washington is hiring 7-9 field assistants to work on research projects in forests of the western Cascades this summer.
The paid positions will run from mid-June to late-August and involve collecting field data on forest structure and composition in recently burned forests across the western Cascades (Washington & Oregon). 

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