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Janneke Hille Ris Lambers’ Citizen Science Project featured in Science News for Students

Janneke Hille Ris Lambers, a professor in UW Biology, recently had her citizen science project MeadoWatch featured in Science News for Students . Science News for Students in an online publication that aims to provide students with approachable and relevant science news.

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WOMEN IN STEM PART 4: CELEBRATING THE IN(DI)VISIBLE WOMEN OF CLIMATE CHANGE

Alex Stote and Zoë van Duivenbode, SMEA graduate students, friends and colleagues, combine their voices to highlight and celebrate women across the planet leading in climate. 

Read the article in SMEA's "Currents: A Student Blog"

PCC presents “Climate Change and Impacts on the Pacific Northwest”, a Whole U Seminar December 2018

Climate change is already affecting life in the Northwest, and impacts are expected to grow over the coming century. How would limiting warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius compare to current global commitments? The PCC assembled a panel of UW expert scientists who spoke about where we are headed regarding temperature extremes, snowpack, and impacts on human health, fish, and wildlife. 

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Spring Symposium

We invite you to attend the third annual PCC Spring Symposium on Saturday, April 27 from 10 am to 3 pm in Ocean Sciences Building (OCN) 425.

Scientist-Teacher Workshops

Coming 18 May 2019: Does a few degrees of warming matter? 2019 Current Climate Change Workshop for High School Teachers

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