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GLOBAL LEADERSHIP SUMMIT
Date: Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Location: University of Washington – Anthony’s Forum, Dempsey Hall (3rd floor)
Time: 5:15-8:00pm
The Global Leadership Summit is a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience from professionals in the field on how to lead responsibly and sustainably. 

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University of Washington students serve and lead in on-and off-campus communities to expand their boundaries, to learn from others, and to make a tangible difference in the world. We invite ALL UW students, undergraduate and graduate, from all three campuses, to share how they have worked together to transform their campus and communities, to develop compassionate leadership skills, and to learn from each other. 

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Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) Environmental Science and Technology Division is seeking an upper division undergraduate or graduate intern to gain experience performing field identification, mapping, and managing inventory of landscape vegetation and urban forest within Seattle Public Utilities assets and lands. 

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The Washington Directed Reading Program (WDRP) is a new initiative from the Mathematics Department, which launched in Fall 2018. WDRP is modeled after successful Directed Reading Programs (DRPs) at other universities around the country. 

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SAFS is offering FISH 497 FieldNotes again in Spring quarter!
FISH 497B Special Topics – FieldNotes
SLN 21404
1 credit
Tuesdays 2:00-4:50, FSH 105
Limited spots available
Help produce FieldNotes – an environmental journal focused on promoting undergraduate research and telling inspiring stories about the world around us. 

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The University of Washington’s Department of Atmospheric Science has maintained a free volunteer-based Outreach Program since 1989. Graduate students share their knowledge with K-12 students by judging science fairs, hosting groups wanting to learn more about the field, visiting schools for hands-on demonstrations and lectures, and other outreach activities. 

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