Drew is an amazing marine biologist who has worked on a wide range of impacts on marine invertebrate species and communities, most recently sea star wasting disease. With the spectre of global warming threatening marine communities worldwide, Drew has become especially interested in the role warming plays in facilitating epidemics. Her work is a tremendous combination of CSI disease ecology all the way through to curation of a stunning collection of art glass profiled in this award-winning film.Read more
Ah spring! Nearly at the end of the school year: cherry blossoms, singing birds, and for many of you: thoughts about jobs and careers. You might be graduating and looking for your first job out of school, or you may be focused on exploring career options or securing good internships.
Wherever you are in your career planning, you should take advantage of the UW Career Center spring workshops.
Are you looking to gain an internship opportunity? Search no more! The Career Center’s Internship Fair is a great opportunity for students of all majors and class levels from all three UW campuses to connect with corporate, small business, non-profit and government employers who are all looking for Huskies, like YOU, to fill their internship needs. Some employers will have part-time and full-time positions available as well.
The Environmental Career Fair is just a couple of weeks away – Wednesday, February 24! The Career Fair runs from 11am-3pm in MGH Commons, with an employer panel from 2-3 pm in the Career Center (MGH 134).
Learn more: https://environment.uw.edu/students/career-resources/uw-environmental-career-fair/
Several groups across campus have put together workshops to help you prepare for the Environmental Career Fair & your job/internship search.
Looking to connect with other UW undergrads interested in marine bio? The Sea Dawgs are a student club dedicated to that! Join them this Friday for a little pre-Valentine’s Day fun!
Hey Sea Dawgs! Have anything planned the Friday before Valentine’s Day??? Why not come to Sea Dawgs Valentine’s hangout/potluck/card making session/movie night/cookie party?!?
Come hang out with your fellow Sea Dawgs!
Thursday, January 28, 2016
5:30 – 7:30 pm
Ethnical Cultural Center (ECC), Unity Room 106
This coming Thursday 1/28 we will be hosting an Culture Night in partnership with cultural-themed RSOs on Campus. The event is open to all students, and will be an occasion to celebrate the many cultures represented on UW’s campus and in the Peace Corps. Please pass along and join us for food, dance, art, and music from around the world!
Interested in getting up close and personal with some marine locals?
Join your fellow Sea Dawgs on a trip to the Seattle Aquarium and for only $10!!
First 30 students to pay, will secure their spot in the exclusive behind the scenes tour. Additional people are welcome to come for the decreased admission price, but we can only accommodate 30 for the private tour, so RSVP quickly!
Undergraduates interested in the Arctic – from policy to the environment – are invited to attend this symposium at a discounted rate of $25/day. Please visit this unique link and click the envelope icon on the right side of the page to register at the UW Rate.
Hosted by the University of Washington School of Law, the Arctic Encounter will convene its third annual national symposia in Seattle, Washington.
Whether your job search is imminent or you just started college this year, you should get in touch with the UW Career Center. More than a dozen different kinds of workshops are offered multiple times through winter quarter, and they are all held conveniently in Mary Gates Hall. Workshops range from early career exploration and networking basics to learning details about resumes, cover letters and job interviews.Read more
See the final projects for the undergraduate majors in Aquatic & Fishery Sciences on December 11 in FSH 107.
1:30 Danica Sheridan (Sebens)
Analysis of ferry disturbance on the sessile intertidal communities on commercial dock pilings, as compared to recreational dock pilings
1:45 Karl Seitz (Kiffney)
The effects of anadromous salmon recolonization on the trophic niches of resident trout
2:00 Jonathan Allen (Roberts)
Behavioral and luciferase gene expression analysis in the orange sea pen (Pennatulacea: Ptilosarcus gurneyi)
2:15 Tasha Hartwig (Laidre)
Haul-out behavior of harbor seals (Phoca vitulina) in Washington State
2:30 Angeline Blattenbauer (Beauchamp)
Critical growth and size-selective mortality in offshore juvenile coho salmon
2:45 Martin Safer (Grue)
Do seasonal temperatures affect the efficacy of imidacloprid on burrowing shrimp in Willapa Bay?