[pccgrads] [Environment_advisers] Ocean TA positions available,
apply by Nov 15.
UW Program On Climate Change
uwpcc at uw.edu
Thu Nov 8 15:57:43 PST 2018
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From: Tansy Clay Burns <tansy at uw.edu>
Date: Thu, Nov 8, 2018 at 2:12 PM
Subject: [Environment_advisers] Ocean TA positions available, apply by Nov
To: <environment_advisers at uw.edu>
Dear CoEnvt advisers,
Oceanography is currently accepting applications for Teaching Assistants
for Winter quarter 2019. Please forward this announcement to your graduate
*The School of Oceanography is accepting applications for Teaching
Assistants for Winter quarter 2019 for the classes listed below.*
Applications are due November 15. Please find further detail in the
attached documents, and contact Tansy Burns (tansy at uw.edu) with any
*OCEAN 102 The Changing Oceans (5) I&S/NW *
Instructor: Mikelle Nuwer
Historical case studies of research on the ancient oceans, deep-sea
exploration, climate change and the oceans, and human impacts on marine
life. Students consider societal factors affecting progress in marine
science, changing popular attitudes toward the oceans, and key current
policy implications of marine science. Intended for nonmajors.
*OCEAN 121 Deep Sea Exploration: Submarine Volcanoes and Novel Life Forms
Instructor: Deborah Kelley
Examines the dynamic marine processes that shape the planet and
cutting-edge oceanographic technologies used to explore the deepest oceans.
Includes imagery of rarely seen submarine volcanic eruptions, hot springs,
and novel life forms highlighting the interconnected geological-biological
processes creating the most extreme environments on Earth.
Tansy Clay Burns
School of Oceanography
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-7940
e-mail: tansy at u.washington.edu
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