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As part of UW’s first annual Husky Giving Day on April 4, 2019, the College of the Environment is asking for your help ensuring all students at the College can engage deeply with their area of study through immersive outdoor learning experiences.

At the College of the Environment, we boast some of the brightest science minds in the world, and we offer real-world learning opportunities to match. But these immersive learning experiences are out of reach for many. From learning about sustainable forestry at Pack Experimental Forest and studying marine invertebrates at the world-renowned Friday Harbor Laboratories, to participating in the Geology Summer Field Camp in Montana, or research cruises in Puget Sound and around the globe, these are among the most transformative experiences a student can have, but we need your help making them a reality for all.

With your support, we can provide funding so all students can participate in key field experiences, gaining first-hand knowledge of the ecosystems and socio-political systems they study in the classroom. We are especially committed to expanding opportunities for low-income students, first-generation college students and students from underrepresented groups.

This Husky Giving Day, every gift of every size will help us ensure that College of the Environment students have access to these life-changing and career-defining experiences both now and in the future.