Earth Day 2011

April 7, 2011
Come celebrate with us! The UW Earth Day Fair will be held on April 22nd, from 11:00a.m. to 1:30p.m. in Red Square. The event will include speakers, vendors, music and more!
  • Learn about green practices on and off campus
  • Share your ideas with businesses and organizations
  • Get involved in environmentally focused groups

Go Green Conference 2011

February 24, 2011

GoGreen ’11 Seattle is a one day sustainability conference for businesses in Seattle on Wednesday, April 20, 2011 built to motivate, inspire, and educate business owners to “go green” and become more sustainable. As an action-oriented, non-typical conference, GoGreen ’11 Seattle teaches tactical steps on how to “green” your business and provides actionable next steps to sustainability for business owners and decision makers.

UW Green Career Fair

November 23, 2010

Looking for an environmentally related job or paid internship? Save the date for the 2011 UW Green Career Fair, sponsored by the College of the Environment and the UW Career Center.

The Green Career Fair will feature corporate, non-profit and government employers looking for interns, volunteers and full-time employees. This brand-new event is a great chance to meet environmentally-focused employers, or those with major green initiatives that mesh with your values and career goals.

WHEN? January 26th 10am to 2pm

CSF hosts first Sustainability Summit

October 21, 2010

The UW held its first Sustainability Summit yesterday, which was an event organized by the Campus Sustainability Fund (CSF) committee with the goal of gathering ideas on how its funds can be used.

The $340,000 fund, approved by the Services and Activities Fee committee last year, will serve as financial support for campus projects conducted by students, faculty and staff that aim to promote sustainability on campus.

UW Bothell Research Colloquium - Oct 5, Nov 2, Dec 7

September 17, 2010

Dear friends of UW Bothell,

You are invited to join us for a monthly showcase of research-in-progress by Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences faculty members. The campus-community and the general public are invited to interact with faculty in conversations about their research, gain a sense of how research practices shift as they move across disciplines and sectors, and think critically and creatively about the implications of different forms of research design.

Seminars will be held each month – here is the speaker lineup: