[pccgrads] GSS tomorrow Wed April 23, 5pm 610 ATG: Jack Scheff

Jack Scheff jacob.s.scheff at gmail.com
Tue Apr 22 11:42:00 PDT 2014

I'll be talking about the fundamental effect of temperature on water
availability at the land surface... this will be more of a basic teaching
talk with discussion, chalkboard, etc. Not my own research results. --Jack

On Tue, Apr 22, 2014 at 11:02 AM, Hilary Palevsky <palevsky at u.washington.edu

> wrote:

> Hi PCC grads*!


> The next installment of the GSS** will be at talk by *Jack Scheff,*

> *tomorrow*, *Wed. April 23 *at* 5pm *in* 610 ATG*.


> Other speakers for the rest of the quarter are:

> May 7 Greg Quetin

> May 21 Hayley Dosser

> June 4 Miguel Jimenez-Urias


> Cheers,

> Hilary, Sarah, Spruce, Jack


> **The PCC Graduate Student Seminar (GSS) is organized by graduate students

> for graduate students. The series provides an extremely laid back

> environment where grad students give 25-35 min presentations on their

> research followed by a 20 minutes of questions/discussion on the topic.

> It's a great opportunity to see what is going on in climate research with

> your fellow students down the hall or across campus. Plus, it you are

> interested in presenting, it's a great chance to show off some of your own

> research and receive feedback on your work. Presentations should be geared

> toward a general scientific audience (of graduate students) with ample

> background information so everyone can follow. As always, *be*v*er*ages

> will be provided for a minimal donation.


> If you have not attended the GSS before, we encourage you to attend. It is

> a great way to meet other students and get involved in the PCC.



> *What an exciting new grads list we have (no more 2006)! Let me know if

> you encounter any problems with the list transition.




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