[pccgrads] Fwd: [Grads] [Atgbuilding] Reminder: Atmospheric Sciences Colloquium, ATM S 520: Dr. Emily Affolter and Dr. Cara Margherio (Feb 9 2018)

Andre Perkins wperkins at uw.edu
Fri Feb 9 12:37:39 PST 2018


Just wanted to send out a reminder about a diversity, equity, and inclusion
talk happening for the Atmospheric Sciences colloquium today at 3:30 in JHN
175! It should be a good one!

- Andre

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Subject: [Grads] [Atgbuilding] Reminder: Atmospheric Sciences Colloquium,
ATM S 520: Dr. Emily Affolter and Dr. Cara Margherio (Feb 9 2018)
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College of the Environment » Atmospheric Sciences
Reminding you of an event that is right around the corner. The event starts
in 3 hours.
Atmospheric Sciences Colloquium, ATM S 520: Dr. Emily Affolter and Dr. Cara
Margherio
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Date Friday, February 09, 2018
Time 3:30 pm – 4:50 pm PST
Campus location Johnson Hall (JHN) <http://www.washington.edu/maps/?JHN>
Campus room 175
Event types Academics, Lectures/Seminars
Event sponsors Department of Atmospheric Sciences
atmos.washington.edu
atmos at uw.edu
Description

Speaker: Dr. Emily Affolter and Dr. Cara Margherio, Center for Evaluation
and Research for STEM Equity
Title: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the CoEnv: Challenges and
Possibilities for Change
Location: JHN 175
Coordinator: Prof. Becky Alexander (beckya at uw.edu <breth at uw.edu>)

Purpose of Talk: To present CERSE research around Diversity, Equity, and
Inclusion (DEI) efforts in STEM fields. This interactive presentation will
invite attendees to self-reflect on the DEI climate in the Atmospheric
Science Department and encourage their next steps for change. Ideally, we
would like the research we present to include results from the CoEnv
Climate Study to reflect larger DEI patterns relevant to the Atmospheric
context.
More http://www.atmos.washington.edu/outreach/seminars.shtml

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