A couple weeks ago on Thursday, April 21, we co-hosted a guest lecture featuring Andrew Waugh, founding director of Waugh Thistleton Architects in London and a passionate advocate for mass timber construction. TVW was there to film Andrew’s fantastic talk, … Continue reading →
Shortly after starting at the University of Washington two years ago, Ava Holmes co-founded a student group, Conservation in Style, that used eco-friendly fashion to raise awareness and funds for endangered species. They organized a full calendar of events in … Continue reading →
Five students from the College of the Environment—Laurel J. James, Leah Litwak, Sierra Kross, Brian Tracey, and Linnea McCann—have been selected as members of the inaugural class of the Husky 100. This new award recognizes 100 undergraduate and graduate students from across the three University of Washington campuses who are making the most of their time as […]
Each week we share the latest peer-reviewed publications coming from the College of the Environment. Over the past week, ten new articles co-authored by members of the College were added to the Web of Science database. They include articles about Southern Ocean deep convection, cloud radiative heating, and more. Read on!
Heidi volunteers at the Hyde Herbarium, working with pressed plants and the plant database. She holds a PhD in archaeology, specializing in paleoethnobotany–the study of plant remains from archaeological digs. She spent many years at the Bishop Museum in Hawaii, where she was also a science educator and creator of an ethnobotany garden and webpage.[…] Cont […]
Congratulations to the participants who have been chosen for the 2016 TWS Leadership Institute! These promising early-career wildlife professionals, selected from a competitive pool of applicants, will participate in a variety of distance learning projects over the coming summer. The program culminates in October, with intensive hands-on mentoring activities […]
The Cost of Conservation — Priceless A few years ago, an advertising campaign for a credit card company featured a series of commercials with the heart-warming theme, the best things in life can’t be bought. This thought strikes me as one that should be applied to wildlife. Last October, states and territories submitted the second generation of their State W […]