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Outreach and Education Steward (AmeriCorps Position) – 2 Openings
Location: Olympic National Park – Port Angeles, WA
Duration: 4.5 Months
Start Date: Mid-February 2020
Application Deadline: January 10, 2020
Duties: Environmental Education, Interpretation, Community Outreach
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Special Uses Resource Assistant
Location: Malheur National Forest – John Day, OR
Duration: 9 Months
Start Date: Mid-February 2020
Application Deadline: January 10, 2020
Duties: Permitting, Inspections
Link to Description
 
Special Uses Resource Assistant
Location: Ochoco National Forest/Crooked River National Grassland – Prineville, OR
Duration: 9 Months
Start Date: Mid-February 2020
Application Deadline: January 10, 2020
Duties: Permitting, Inspections
Link to Description
 
Special Uses Resource Assistant
Location: Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area – Hood River, OR
Duration: 9 Months
Start Date: Mid-February 2020
Application Deadline: January 10, 2020
Duties: Permitting, Inspections
Link to Description
 
Position descriptions and more information about Northwest Youth Corps can be found on the Internship web page at https://www.nwyouthcorps.org/m/OurPrograms/ConservationInterns 

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La Dolce Vita: Comparative Food Systems in Italy
This 4-week intensive interdisciplinary program uses systems thinking and a variety of perspectives to understand how factors, such as culture, policy, diet, and market structure, interact to create environmental, economic, health, and social/equity outcomes. 

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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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The Center for Quantitative Science is offering the following class during winter quarter.
QSCI 497: Modelling Complex Systems
Instructor: Andrew Berdahl, Assistant Professor, SAFS
 
Description:
Nature is full of complex systems in which rich behaviors and patterns
emerge from interactions between many, relatively simple constituents. 

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