[pccgrads] Reminder: Special PCC Seminar Today, 12-12:50 PM in OCN 425

Michael S Diamond diamond2 at uw.edu
Thu Nov 15 08:56:05 PST 2018


Hi all,

Just a final reminder that the special PCC education seminar inviting
selected Sammamish High School students on campus to present their
geoengineering projects is *this afternoon, 12-12:50 PM, in OCN 425*. Andre
and I — and more importantly, the students! — really appreciate the time
those that are able can take to support the project.

Also, there will be pizza!

Cheers,
Michael and Andre

P.S. For those who missed the original email, talk description copied below:

"Students from Sammamish High School's AP Environmental Science and
Frontiers in Science classes will be presenting their research projects
about what role, if any, geoengineering proposals should play in our
response to climate change. Students will discuss how their selected
geoengineering proposals would work in the context of the physical climate
system and what implications it could have for society and unintended
consequences may result before reaching a conclusion about whether that
proposal is worth considering further. The geoengineering-themed
Problem-Based Learning module at Sammamish High School was developed as
part of Michael Diamond's PCC Capstone in collaboration with Andre Perkins
(UW Atmospheric Sciences), Sammamish High School science teachers Lisa
Neshyba and Kristin Larson, and Sammamish High School students."

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Michael S. Diamond
PhD Student
Wood Group <https://faculty.washington.edu/robwood2/wordpress/>
Department of Atmospheric Sciences
University of Washington
On the web: http://atmos.uw.edu/~diamond2/
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