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Geogd Taking Care conference, May 3-4 2019: Call for Papers (please circulate)

Taking Care: a conference for engaging the politics, processes, and ethics of care work—Call for Papers

The University of Washington’s Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies and Department of Geography are pleased to announce that Taking Care: a conference for engaging the politics, processes, and ethics of care work will be held on May 3-4, 2019 at the University of Washington Seattle. We aim to bring together researchers who broadly engage with care theory in their work in some way: whether through care labor, politics of care, feminist care ethics, the racialization of care, representations of care, care networks, or any other framing that helps us to understand care in new ways. We are particularly interested in ways that power, politics, identity, and socio-spatial processes intersect to shape how we understand, value, and think about care. This opens possibilities for numerous orientations, including care as work, care as practice, and care as relationships.

This conference aims to bring together scholars and community members who engage with different facets of care work in their research and in their everyday lives. We invite participants to think about care with each other in new and different ways, including the politics, processes, precarity, and ethics of care work. The conference provides an opportunity for presentations on care research and advocacy, small group seminars, and other spaces to develop our own networks of care. A detailed schedule will soon be posted online at takingcareconference.wordpress.com.

The conference will take place on the University of Washington’s Seattle campus. Our Seattle campus is located on Duwamish land, and the University of Washington acknowledges the Coast Salish peoples of this land, the land which touches the shared waters of all tribes and bands within the Suquamish, Tulalip and Muckleshoot nations.

We encourage scholars, particularly graduate students, to submit abstracts to present their work at this conference. Interdisciplinary approaches and backgrounds are both welcomed and encouraged.

To apply, please visit takingcareconference.wordpress.com/register/. You will need a title for your abstract, a short (250 words) abstract, and your name, affiliation, and email address. We welcome working abstracts/papers as well. Paper presentations will be 15 minutes long and will take place on May 4. The deadline for submissions is April 1, 2019, and applicants will be notified of whether or not their abstracts have been accepted by April 12. The deadline to register (without presenting) is April 19, 2019. All conference participants are asked to please register online to attend the conference regardless of whether they intend to present their research.

If you have any questions, please email the organizers, Kim England (UW Harry Bridges Endowed Chair of Labor Studies) and Samantha Thompson (PhD Student, UW Geography) at care2019.

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Students Encouraged to Attend 2019 Salmon Recovery Conference

For this year’s 2019 Salmon Recovery Conference, we are working hard to expand our student attendance. We would love for passionate students who take an interest in salmon recovery to be a part of our conference.

We strongly encourage students to register as soon as possible and to fill out a volunteer application form once they are posted on our website.

Attached below is a save-the-date flier. Also below is a link to our website with more detailed information. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email me at arq.

https://www.rco.wa.gov/salmon_recovery/2019-SalmonConference/Confhome.shtml

Best,

Angelina Quilici

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The 18th Symposium on Systems Analysis in Forest Resources – Puerto Varas, Chile, March 3-7, 2019

Colleagues,

This is your last chance to register for this Symposium at the early bird rate. To be held in Chile’s Lake District on March 3-7, 2019, this meeting should be of interest to those working on systems approaches to forest resources management. Last minute abstracts for oral presentations are also welcome as we had a few cancellations. Here is the Symposium website, now updated with the detailed technical program, and with info about the optional field trip to Lagos Todos los Santos & Llanquihue: http://www.ssafr2019.cl

If you have any questions, please let me know. The Symposium is partially sponsored by our School’s Precision Forestry Coop: https://sites.uw.edu/uwpfc

Best regards,

Sándor

Sándor F. Tóth

Donald J. & Robert G. McLachlan Associate Professor

School of Environmental & Forest Sciences

University of Washington, Seattle

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PNW LSAMP 10th Annual Regional Conference – February 28th – March 2nd on the UW Campus

The University of Washington is hosting the 2019 Washington & Oregon Higher Education Sustainability Conference (WOHESC) on February 25-27 in the HUB. This is the second annual WOHESC event, which brings together students, faculty and operational staff from campuses across the region to advance sustainability, equity, diversity and inclusion in higher education.

The conference program features many University of Washington students, faculty and staff who will be sharing their experiences and lessons on incorporating sustainability into higher education and beyond in sessions, panel discussions, networking groups and more.
Registration for the conference is open now, with early pricing available until January 25, 2019. Use discount code UW2019 for a 30% discount on registration.
Register at wohesc.org/register

UW Sustainability has a few free registrations available for UW students. To apply for one of the complimentary registrations, students must fill out a short form describing why they’d like to be considered and actions they’ve taken for sustainability. Submissions must be received by Jan. 18, 2019, at 5 p.m.

Details and the application can be found at https://green.uw.edu/blog/2019-01/apply-complimentary-student-registration-wohesc

DAIMON EKLUND
Communications Coordinator
UW Sustainability

Gerberding B40, Box 351248
206.616.0146 / mobile 443.983.7873
deklund / green.uw.edu

 

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2019 Diversity Leadership Conference

Registration is open now for the 2019 Diversity Leadership Conference: Bridging the Leadership Divide!

 

This *FREE* half-day conference is open to all undergraduate students, and provides an opportunity for skill-building, connection with campus resources and fellow student leaders, and exploration of current and relevant leadership topics and concepts.

Students can elect to participate in the Featured Skill Track (three different sessions all building toward one content area) or the regular Leadership Workshop Track (rotating repeating workshops, all levels and class years). More information on the workshops and conference can be found on the Diversity Leadership Conference website. The event will close with a networking reception with UW on-campus resources (appetizers provided).

Diversity Leadership Conference: Bridging the Leadership Divide

Friday, February 22, 2019 3:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center

Register today!

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Update: Boeing Colloquium, Nov. 15th

Just a reminder not to miss our Boeing Colloquium this coming Thursday, in which our guest speaker will be Norden Huang of the First Institute of Oceanography in Qingdao.

There are still a few spaces left on Thursday if you would like to meet Dr. Huang in the Lewis building for a private discussion before the seminar. I’m also pleased to report that he will now also be available on Friday afternoon.

Please book a slot using this form if you would like to meet him for a chat!

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Reminder: Boeing Colloquium today at 4pm

This is a reminder that we have Suzanne Lenhart visiting, who will deliver the Applied Math Department’s Boeing Distinguished Colloquium today.

Where: Smith Hall 205
When: Thursday Nov. 1 at 4pm

The talk will be followed by a reception in the Lewis hall lounge.

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Northwest Youth Leadership Summit FIELD TRIPS!

Want to explore Seattle? The Northwest Youth Leadership Summit invites you to register for a field trip by the new extended deadline of Monday, November 5th!

There are seven different opportunities available on Friday, November 16th around Seattle for young people to participate. Details and registration can be found HERE.

 

We hope to see you there!

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WACFWRU Annual Student Symposium October 17, 2018

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Society for Ecology Restoration and Society of Wetland Scientists Joint Conference

schlepp-e1534281108371-1140x400.jpg 2018 PNW-SWS SERNW Regional Conference

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The Society for Ecological Restoration and Society of Wetland Scientists are pleased to announce their joint Pacific Northwest Regional conference October 15-18, 2018 in Spokane, Washington.

For attendees who are certified Professional Wetland Scientists (PWS) or Wetland Professional in Training (WPIT), attendance to this conference qualifies for certification renewal credits. Full attendance at this conference (3 days) qualifies for 1.5 renewal credit points. Application for points from conferences sponsored by SWS or PWS program need only submit evidence of participation (such a registration receipt) and the length of the conference (number of days attended) in their renewal application.

You still have time to register! Come join us in Spokane.

Head over to https://restoration2018.org/ to register, sign up for a carpool, and find more details on venue, lodging, and events. Hope to see you in Spokane in a few weeks.

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