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C ENV 401 – FieldNotes Journal Editorial Board NOW RECRUITING

FieldNotes is recruiting editorial board members for our Spring 2021 issue! We are an undergraduate-run journal intended to increase public awareness of environmental undergraduate research at UW and provide a platform for students to actively engage in science communication.

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FISH 497B Special Topics: Ecology and Conservation of Marine Top Predators

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FISH 497 B is an advanced course on the ecology of marine predators, the environments they inhabit, and the important biotic and physical processes that govern the structure and function of the ocean ecosystems they occupy.

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College of the Environment Diversity Courses for Undergrads

All UW undergraduate students need to complete at least 3 credits of a Diversity (DIV) course to meet university degree requirements. If you are interested in exploring environmental science and studies courses which meet this, the College of the Environment has a single page listing all the offered courses with details on availability, instructor and content.

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How classes at Friday Harbor Labs have adapted during COVID-19

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Situated in the heart of the San Juan Islands, roughly 100 miles from Seattle, FHL is a unique satellite campus that offers students an unparalleled opportunity to immerse themselves in the Pacific Northwest’s marine environment. Much like the NBA’s “bubble,” where teams were isolated to ensure player health during the pandemic, the 2020 class of MARBIO 488 became its own bubble.

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Full list of speakers announced for FISH 497 B: Marine Biology Seminar

Explore the world’s oceans through the lens of a diverse cast of marine science professionals. Journey with them as they share behind-the-scenes stories from their careers and insights on how to solve today’s most challenging conservation and environmental issues. This weekly speaker series is facilitated by Dr. José Guzmán, and is open to all students.

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OCEAN 480: Global Ocean-Human Culture: Past, Present, and Future

The well being of all life on earth depends on our planetary ocean. The ocean also plays a key role the health of our global economic framework. Yet, most citizens of the world do not appreciate the ocean’s interactive complexity, the diversity of its utility, and its underlying influence on past and present cultural change.

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Tutor with UW Riverways Education Partnerships in Winter 2021: EDUC 401

The UW Riverways Education Partnerships recruits, trains and places UW students as volunteer tutors in Seattle schools and community organizations. We are recruiting tutors for Winter quarter to support schools and community organizations and would love to have you! 

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Winter 2021 Arctic Studies Courses

Explore non-marine biology elective courses related to arctic studies.

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CENV 401 – FieldNotes Journal Editorial Board NOW RECRUITING FOR FALL

FieldNotes (link to our website) is recruiting editorial board members for our Autumn 2020 issue! We are an undergraduate-run journal that aims to increase public awareness of environmental undergraduate research at UW and provide a platform for students to actively engage in science communication.

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Island Time: Student Spotlight with Delaney Lawson

Meet Delaney Lawson who spent a quarter on the Caribbean island of South Caicos as part of a study abroad experience with the School for Field Studies.

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