[Englmajors] Missing one or two NW credits?
wensel at u.washington.edu
Tue Jul 10 09:36:47 PDT 2007
Here's the easiest way in the world to earn one or two credits of
Natural World. As the message says, - no homework, papers, or tests.
Just show up and hear interesting lectures:
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Subject: [Advisers] All students welcome in seminars!
Date: Mon, 9 Jul 2007 10:23:41 -0700
From: Salas-Haynes, Debra <dtsh at cfr.washington.edu>
To: <advisers at u.washington.edu>
HI there –
FYI that we have two seminars this fall (and actually available every
quarter except summer) that your students might find are a great way to
earn NW credit and learn about water and wildlife ecology topics:
ESRM 429 Water Seminar (NW)
ESRM 455 Wildlife Seminar (NW)
Do not fear the 400-level: no homework, papers or tests – just show up
and listen to presentations on current research in water and wildlife
topics from professionals in the field, professors and graduate
students. No prereqs or prior knowledge expected! Repeatable too
(topics and speakers change quarterly).
Come join us!
Environmental Science and Resource Management and
Paper Science and Engineering majors
College of Forest Resources
University of Washington
dtsh at u.washington.edu
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