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EarthGames was featured in Nature

Associate Professor of Atmospheric Sciences, Dargan Frierson, and Professor of Environmental and Forest Sciences, Josh Lawler were featured in an article in Nature about their pursuit of environmental education through video games. 

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Funding from the Program on Climate Change for Publication and Regional Travel Costs Associated with GCeCS Capstone Projects

The Graduate Certificate in Climate Change (GCeCS) requires a capstone project that focuses on communicating climate science. To support the dissemination of the outcomes of these capstone efforts, the Program on Climate Change has two new opportunities. 

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Bridging science and economics in the study of contemporary Arctic issues

by Michelle Dvorak
25 June 2017
I am a 24-year old and recent graduate from the UW School of Marine and Environmental Affairs. I came to University somewhat reluctantly, after finishing my Bachelor’s in chemistry and spending four months abroad on an extended skiing and climbing vacation. 

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