[pccgrads] Spring Quarter Graduate Student Seminar: Our
experience writing a policy brief for the New York Times
Michael S Diamond
diamond2 at uw.edu
Tue Apr 17 09:43:39 PDT 2018
Just a reminder the first GSS of the quarter will be tonight at 5:30 PM in
ATG 610! Free pizza and *be*v*er*ages to be provided. Hillary and Leah had
a really interesting experience writing a climate policy brief for the New
York Times, so you won't want to miss their discussion of it!
On Fri, Apr 13, 2018 at 11:02 AM, Megan Feddern <mfeddern at uw.edu> wrote:
> Hello All!
> Next week we are kicking off Spring Quarter GSS on *TUESDAY, April 17th,* from
> 5:30 to 6:30 pm in ATG 610.
> Hillary Scannell and Leah Johnson of Oceanography will talk *about their
> work "Our experience writing a policy brief for the New York Times"*
> This will be a great presentation accompanied with pizza, *be*v*er*ages ,
> and conversation.
> Throughout this quarter, the PCC graduate community will host a biweekly
> Graduate Student Seminar (GSS) where students share their expertise on
> climate science in a fun, relaxed, yet "seriously" academic environment.
> Talks are designed to educate non-experts while exposing other graduate
> students to the questions and research at the forefront of climate science.
> Hope to see you next week,
> Megan, Hillary, Scott, Kelly, Michael, and Rebeca
> PGraSC Community Outreach Committee
> Megan Feddern
> Holtgrieve Ecosystem Ecology Lab
> School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences
> University of Washington
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Michael S. Diamond
Advisor: Dr. Rob Wood
Department of Atmospheric Sciences
University of Washington
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