Open to all UW students and alumni, the Environmental Career Fair is an opportunity to explore careers in environmental and natural resources fields. The Environmental Career Fair features employers from the nonprofit, government and private sectors with career-level positions and internships.
Read on to learn about which employers are attending and how you can prepare for the fair through workshops.Read more
JOBS! INTERNSHIPS! FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL UW STUDENTS! DON’T MISS OUT!
What: Diversity Career Fair
When: Thursday, January 26, 2017
Where: University of Washington (Seattle) – Husky Union Building (HUB) Ballroom
Time: 5:30PM – 8:30PM
All Majors (Business, Engineering, Liberal Arts & the Sciences)
All Class Levels (Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Grad)
Dress: Business Casual
List of participating employers: http://students.washington.edu/uwnsbe/corporate/students.html
Reminder to attend the info session for Spring/Summer courses at Friday Harbor Labs next Tuesday, January 17 from 10:30-11:20 in MSB 123.
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Friday Harbor Labs Info Session: Spring/Summer Quarter 2017
Spend spring or summer quarter studying at the UW’s marine field station in the San Juan Islands. Get started by attending the following info session:
INFO SESSION: Spring and Summer Quarter at Friday Harbor
When: Tuesday 1/17, 10:30 – 11:30 AM
Where: Marine Sciences Building Room 123
Learn more about what spending a quarter studying full time in the San Juan Islands can mean for you.
Eavesdropping on the ocean: using passive acoustic monitoring
technologies to estimate marine mammal population sizes
Please join us for a talk by Dr. Danielle Harris on Tuesday, December
6th at 11:30am in Ocean Teaching Building room 155. Dr. Harris is a
statistical ecologist and acoustician visiting from St. Andrews
University’s Centre for Research into Ecological and Environmental
Modelling (CREEM). This lecture is open to the public.
Wednesday, November 16
3:00 – 4:00 PM
Fishery Sciences Building, Room 203
Aquatic & Fishery Sciences Oceanography
Marine Field Station
Friday Harbor Labs
Over 70% of the Earth is covered by water. Explore majors, minors and opportunities related to the study of this part of the environment in a one-hour information session with academic advisers. Learn more about why the UW is a global leader in these fields, and find out more about:
Recommended courses for exploration
What senior projects/research looks like in these programs
session is open to current and prospective UW students
CALLING ALL HUMANS! LET’S CONVENE ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE
Climate change is the kind of problem that keeps us up at night. No matter where you live or what you do, you will be impacted by human-made changes to our atmosphere. It’s something that no single discipline can hope to solve—we know that we must collaborate to innovate on this complex issue.
What: First meeting of the Sea Dawgs Marine Biology Club
When: Thursday, 10/6, 5:00 pm
Where: Savery Room 140
Are you looking to connect with other UW undergrads that share an interest in marine science? If so, consider joining Sea Dawgs, UW’s very own marine biology club! This Thursday, October 6th, the Sea Dawgs are hosting their Autumn Kickoff meeting in Savery room 140 at 5 PM.Read more
The School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences autumn quarter seminar is a chance for the public to learn about current issues and research through weekly lectures each Thursday. Subscribe to the SAFS events calendar for information about other lectures through the quarter.
More than just fillets on the grill: Salmon and trout as models of evolutionary ecology.
Salmon, trout, and their relatives are important as objects of commercial, recreational, and subsistence fisheries and aquaculture, and they also play vital roles in the marine and freshwater ecosystems that they occupy during their lives.
The guest speaker for this quarter’s ‘Wildlife Seminar’ Sharon Melin from the NOAA National Marine Mammal Laboratory will be giving a talk on Monday, 5/9 from 3:30 – 4:30 in Kane Hall 130 about Climate Change and California Sea Lions. This lecture is open to the public, so you can attend even if you haven’t registered for the course (ESRM 455).Read more