Volunteer Speaker Requests

Our high school curriculum projects took root in this speaker request program.

Palevsky on climate to middle school students
PCC
Hilary Palevsky, graduate student in chemical oceanography, talks to middle school students at the C2S2 climate change summit hosted by Andrill at UW in 2012.

Graduate students, research scientists and faculty from across UW volunteer in classrooms, as speakers at public events, and much more.  Recent presentation topics and audiences include:

  • Introduction to Climate Change and Ocean Acidification. High School.
  • The Road to Paris: Climate Change Science and Policy: Three presentations at different libraries across King County designed for library patrons as part of the KCLS 2015 Mind Matters Series
  • Climate Change and Impacts on Pacific Northwest.  Often requested by civic groups, churches, and retirement communities.

To request a presentation,  email uwpcc@uw.edu or call the PCC office.

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Other outreach groups who specialize in earth system programming for K-12 students

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