New oral history of William Ruckelshaus, key figure in environmental policy, now online - UW News

An oral history of the career of William D. Ruckelshaus, the first and fifth administrator of the federal Environmental Protection Agency, whose career parallels the growth of the environmental movement in the United States, is now available in three locations in the state of Washington.  Ruckelshaus is an Advisory Board member for the College of the Environment.  Read more here. 

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Top fifty answers to Science Magazine question: "how will the practice of science change in your lifetime?"

At the end of 2011, Science Magazine invited essays to answer the question, “how will the practice of science change in your lifetime?” The purpose was, apparently, two-fold: to kick off a new section in Science Magazine, called NextGen VOICES, and to explore “how can we promote the wide-ranging conversations that will be necessary to meet [the] critical challenges [of a crowded and resource-limited world]?”  Here are the top 50 responses, addressing topics like collaboration, data management and informatics, and solutions-oriented research.  

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