[pccgrads] Fwd: [Grads] Industry Seminar Series: Joe Casola (April 26)

Matthew Woelfle woelfle at atmos.washington.edu
Wed Apr 25 13:10:34 PDT 2018

If anyone is interested in how to break into the science-policy sphere, Dr.
Joe Casola of CIG will be talking about how he did just that at tomorrow's
(April 26) installment of the Atmospheric Sciences' Industry Seminar
Series. The seminar is at 3:30 p.m. in ATG 610. We also have spaces
available to pick Joe's brain over beer following the seminar. More details

Matthew Woelfle

Matthew Woelfle
PhD Candidate
Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences
University of Washington

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Megan McKeown <mmckeow1 at uw.edu>
Date: Wed, Apr 25, 2018 at 12:39 PM
Subject: Re: [Grads] Industry Seminar Series: Joe Casola (April 26)
To: postdoc at atmos.washington.edu, grads at atmos.washington.edu,
undergrads at atmos.washington.edu

Joe Casola will be here tomorrow at 3:30 pm in ATG 610. Come learn about
careers on the policy side of our field.

Also, still spots available to chat one-one with Joe over drinks following
his talk!


On Thu, Apr 12, 2018 at 2:59 PM, Megan McKeown <mmckeow1 at uw.edu> wrote:

> Dear students and postdocs,


> Please join us on *April 26th at 3:30 pm in ATG 610* to hear from our

> spring quarter Industry Seminar Series speaker, Dr. Joe Casola. Joe is a UW

> alumni and currently serves as the deputy director of the Climate Impacts

> Group here at UW. Joe also has prior experience working on science-policy

> issues and climate adaptation strategies in Washington D.C. We've

> specifically asked Joe to talk about his path into the policy world and the

> different tools he ueses.


> Informal appetizers and drinks with our speaker will follow the seminar.

> If you are interested in joining us after the seminar please reply to

> this email. Space is limited so guests will be chosen on a first come first

> served basis.


> More about the Industry Seminar Series:


> The series was created to provide opportunities for students and postdocs

> to learn about career paths for atmospheric scientists outside of academia.

> The series aims to host a speaker once per quarter who has a background

> in atmospheric science and is now applying their skill set in the industry

> field. Speakers are asked to share their experiences in the field and offer

> advice for those also looking to delve into industry.



> For more information, please contact me at mmckeow1 at uw.edu



> <mmckeow1 at uw.edu>

> Best,

> Megan


> --

> Megan McKeown

> Graduate Student

> Department of Atmospheric Sciences

> University of Washington


Megan McKeown
Graduate Student
Department of Atmospheric Sciences
University of Washington

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