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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.

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2019 UW Environmental Career Fair, February 20, 2019

Banner for 2019 Environmental Career Fair

Step up your job search game by attending the 2019 UW Environmental Career Fair!
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Mary Gates Hall Commons, UW Seattle Campus
Hosted by the UW College of the Environment

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Marine Mammal Session: Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology/WA Chapter of the Wildlife Society Annual Meeting (2/28/19)

On February 28th, 2019, a marine mammal special session consisting of 18 speakers will be
held. The talks will cover cetaceans (whales), pinnipeds (seals and sea lions) and mustelids
(sea otters)…This special session will take place from 9am till 5pm with a couple of breaks and a hour
for lunch. The meeting will take place in between Olympia and Centralia, WA (Great Wolf
Lodge).

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Volunteer with UW EarthDay 2019

The UW’s 2019 Earth Day celebrations will be April 22, 2019, on the HUB Lawn, part of the larger Earth Week celebrations. Students who are interested in being a part of the Earth Day planning committee can email Toren Elste, UW Sustainability Program Specialist, at tee10@uw.edu. 

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Friday Harbor Labs Info Session: Thursday, November 8 3:30 pm, FSH 113

Learn from advisers and faculty how you can spend spring quarter at the UW’s marine field station on San Juan Island.

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SAFS Seminar: Kate Stafford, Scientific serendipity—unveiling the acoustic behavior of bowhead whales

Join us for this week’s SAFS seminar on Thursday, 10/18 at 4:00 PM in FSH 102:
Kate Stafford
Senior Principal Oceanographer, Applied Physics Laboratory,
University of Washington
Scientific serendipity—unveiling the acoustic behavior of bowhead whales

SAFS Seminars
Every autumn, the UW School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences hosts a weekly Seminar series on Thursday afternoons from 4:00 – 5:00 pm in the FSH 102 Auditorium.

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SAFS Seminar: Charlotte Boyd, Key Biodiversity Areas: identifying and mapping the most important sites for the global persistence of biodiversity

Join us for this week’s SAFS seminar on Thursday, 10/11 at 4:00 PM in FSH 102:
Charlotte Boyd
Research Scientist, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences,
University of Washington
Key Biodiversity Areas: identifying and mapping the most important sites for the global persistence of biodiversity

SAFS Seminars
Every autumn, the UW School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences hosts a weekly Seminar series on Thursday afternoons from 4:00 – 5:00 pm in the FSH 102 Auditorium. 

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SAFS Seminar (10/4): Kim Reece, Virgina Institute of Marine Sciences, The College of William and Mary: Harmful algal blooms in Chesapeake Bay: emerging patterns and impacts

The UW School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences hosts a weekly departmental seminar series every Thursday from 4:00 – 5:00 pm in the FSH 102 Auditorium. All seminars are free and open to the public.

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Program on Climate Change Annual Spring Symposium

The Program in Climate Change (PCC) invites you to attend our second annual Spring Symposium on Saturday, May 12 from 9 am to 3 pm (rescheduled from April 7) in the Fishery Sciences (FSH) building. This event features interdisciplinary presentations on climate- and earth-science-related research, outreach, and education by students and postdoctoral researchers from all around campus. Catered lunch will be provided.

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Program in Climate Change Annual Spring Symposium

The Program in Climate Change (PCC) invites you to attend our second annual Spring Symposium on April 7 from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm in the Fishery Sciences (FSH) building. This event features interdisciplinary presentations on climate- and earth-science-related research, outreach, and education by students and postdoctoral researchers from all around campus.

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