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Opportunities for Partner Engagement

We are looking for current and future partners to (re)engage with our program and students as much as time, interest and health allows. Annual opportunities include speaking engagements as part of our winter seminar class or spring speaker series; participation in our week-long summer field institute; and collaborative research projects. 

Welcome 2021/22 Trainees!

Eight new graduate students will join our program this September. This cohort represents seven departments in five colleges across the University of Washington, making for a truly transdisciplinary learning experience. Their areas of interest span post-wildfire water quality in native communities to big data responses to changes in snow patterns on subalpine meadows. 

Queer Ecologies Podcast

Cleo Woelfle-Erskine – Future Rivers faculty advisor and SMEA assistant professor teamed up with July Hazard – CHID assistant professor – to ask climate scientists, ecologists, choreographers, poets, and creatives to share their unique perspectives on how queer and trans identities can and do play important roles in shifting the way we think about the sciences and our relations with the more-than-human.

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