An article over the weekend on HeraldNet talks about how the Washington Sea Grant program, part of the University of Washington’s College of the Environment, has put together a study to estimate the amount of sea level rise over the next century as it applies to the waters around Whidbey and Camano islands.Read more
The Program on Climate Change (PCC) is pleased to be able to offer a new graduate fellowship opportunity to begin between winter 2017 and winter 2018. The goal of these fellowships is to support one or more students with a clear passion for working across academic boundaries on projects grounded in climate science broadly defined. The applicants will submit a written proposal for research that is not currently defined as their dissertation research, and that has the support of faculty/staff in two different units (academic departments, research units, etc.).Details here
Ed Miles was part of envisioning the Program on Climate Change, but that was but a small piece of his academic footprint at UW. Read the tribute here: https://smea.uw.edu/about/news/2016/05/09/tribute-to-ed-miles-scholar-humanitarian-teacher-friend-and-mentor-1939-2016/Read the Tribute by Ed's Colleagues in the SMEA news.
Find out what the merry-go-round misconception is.. and many other videos from UW ATMOS outreach!Watch the Video!
Wednesday April 6, 2016 2-3:30 PM Join fellow graduate students and faculty as we explore capstone project ideas.Read more
Engaging Students in Climate Science with Place-Based Data and Models — NWCC Poster Final 10_30Read more