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Nominations for 2017 College of the Environment Awards open through Feb. 24

Dean Lisa J. Graumlich (left) with 2016 College of the Environment Award winners.

Do you know a student, faculty or staff member who deserves recognition for their work at the College of the Environment? Nominations for the 2017 College of the Environment Awards are open now though Friday, February 24, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. Submit your nominations in any or all of these categories: Distinguished Staff Member Exceptional Mentoring of Undergraduates Graduate Dean’s Medalist Outstanding Community Impact: Staff or Faculty Outstanding Community Impact: Student Outstanding Diversity Commitment Outstanding Researcher Outstanding Teaching Faculty Undergraduate Dean’s Medalist Full details, including criteria and eligibility and past winners, are available on the College website. 

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Unleashing the Husky Experience through UW's new philanthropic campaign

The School of Environmental and Forest Sciences' Anthony Martinez ('17) and the Department of Earth and Space Sciences' Tyler Valentine ('18) are blazing innovative new trails in their fields. Both students' dreams are being supported by scholarships offered through the College of the Environment and their programs.

Environmental and Forest Sciences' Anthony Martinez ('17) and Earth and Space Sciences' Tyler Valentine ('18) are blazing innovative new trails in their fields. Both students' dreams are being supported by scholarships offered through the University of Washington. As part of its new campaign, UW seeks to raise funds to support even more scholarships, unique programs and research opportunities.

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Welcome to the College’s newest faculty members (2016-2017)

Eight outstanding new faculty members with a wide range of experiences and expertise have recently started or will soon start at UW’s College of the Environment. The College community—its undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff—will benefit immensely from their contributions during the 2016-2017 academic year and beyond. The College’s impressive group of scientists and researchers now includes: Beth Gardner, assistant professor, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Sunny Jardine, assistant professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs Van Kane, research assistant professor, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Phil Levin, professor of practice, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Alexis Licht, assistant professor, Earth and Space Sciences Jackie Padilla-Gamino, assistant professor, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences Luke Tornabene, assistant professor and curator of fishes, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences Chelsea Wood, assistant professor, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences Jodi Young, assistant professor, School of Oceanography/Future of Ice Welcome to all! 

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