FISH/Q SCI 458 Advanced Ecological Modeling
Predator-prey dynamics! Age-structured models of animal populations! Predict impacts of marine-protected areas on fish catch and behavior! More!
4 credits (will change to 5cr)
MWF 1030-1120; TH 100-250
Recommended preparation: FISH 454, FISH 553, or equivalent R-programming ability
SPRING COURSES FROM UW EPIDEMIOLOGY
EPI 201 – Outbreak Investigation & Response
Take a step into the world of an outbreak investigator! Learn how disease outbreaks – such as coronavirus 2019, Ebola, food-borne illnesses, and pandemic flu – start, spread, and are detected and investigated.
New course in Spring Quarter 2020!
FISH 497B Special Topics – Ecology & Conservation of Marine Top Predators
Take a deep dive into the ecology of marine top predators and the ocean ecosystems they rely on.
The Pre-Law 101 Seminar will be offered again this Spring 2020! This seminar is CR/NC and will meet Thursdays from 2:30-3:50PM in MGH 134 (Career & Internship Center lobby). This class is for students who are exploring, preparing, and/or applying to law school.Read more
The Pre-Health Career Coaches from the UW Career and Internship Center (Dan Poux, Dawn Cheung, and Eli Heller) will be offering a course intended for pre-med and pre-health students to critically reflect on their clinical experiences, in preparation for assembling their applications to professional preparation programs in Healthcare (MD, DDS, DPT, PA, OT, etc.).Read more
Society and the Oceans SMEA/ENVIR/JSISB 103
Counts toward both I&S and NW credit requirements
5 Credits, Spring 2020
Professor Patrick Christie
Meets MWF 12:30-1:50 PM. Mary Gates Hall 231.
Class focus: Today the oceans have become the ultimate proving ground of whether humans are capable of achieving a sustainable relationship with a planet showing increasing signs of stress.
FISH 497A Special Topics: Ecological Research in Alaska
B Term, July 15 – August 15 (tentative dates; will overlap with A Term but students with interest should attend info session and ask about start date flex)
Live and work in an active field research station
Conduct hands-on research in pristine, thriving, coastal Alaska watersheds
Work with renowned faculty Ray Hilborn, Tom Quinn, and Daniel Schindler
INFO SESSION: Tuesday February 4, 4:30pm in FSH 213
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5pm, February 14
SUM2020 AK Salmon Program ApplicationRead more
The Targeted Learning Communities Program
Are you taking a reading- or writing-intensive class?
Is English your second, third, or fourth language?
Then consider joining the Targeted Learning Communities (TLC) program. Sign up today!Read more
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.Read more
The Center for Quantitative Science is offering the following class during winter quarter.
QSCI 497: Modelling Complex Systems
Instructor: Andrew Berdahl, Assistant Professor, SAFS
Nature is full of complex systems in which rich behaviors and patterns
emerge from interactions between many, relatively simple constituents.