YOU ARE INVITED to join PCC Director, Cecilia Bitz and Miriam Bertram, PCC Assistant and Student adviser…
Join fellow graduate students and potential capstone advisers at our annual GCeCS/capstone informational meeting. We will focus most of our time on the capstone, but will happily answer any questions about the Program on Climate Change or the Graduate Certificate in Climate Science in general.
11:30-12:30 (with more informal conversation until 1 pm)
in Ocean Sciences Building Room 425
To read more about the certificate program:
PCC website: curriculum and overview
Detailed description of the Graduate Certificate in Climate Science
How to complete in 2-yrs
Completed capstones (will be updated soon)
The program is very flexible, and we encourage you, the student, to come up with something that fits your skills, interests, and future. There are, ofcourse specific requirements. With that in mind, it’s always good to know what kinds of projects are out there..
Potential project advisers who have been invited include:
(most have worked with capstone students in the past):
Rich Childers, Ocean Acidification Policy Lead, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (RSVP’d likely to attend)
Lara Whitely Binder and Jamie Stroble, King County, Climate Engagement
Crystal Raymond and Heidi Roop (RSVP’d yes) (Climate Impacts Group)
Kirsten Feifel, Department of Natural Resources
Ronda Strauch, Seattle City Light
Mark Windschidtl, Jessica Thompson, Deb Morrison from the College of Education
Dargan Frierson, Earth Games and UW in the High School
Happy to answer questions!