Meeting the Challenge
The School of the Environment strengthens the outstanding academic endeavors and scientific research already happening at Washington State University.
By bringing Earth sciences, ecosystem and natural resource ecology, sustainability sciences and social sciences under the same umbrella, the school will increase team-based research and scholarly output while also providing cutting-edge training for the next generation of scientists, resource managers, policy makers, and well-informed global citizens.
WSU is uniquely positioned among state agencies and institutions to address the many facets of our natural resources. Environmentally focused faculty are located throughout WSU’s multi-campus system and Extension offices in every county provide environmental education and sustainability outreach to learners of all ages.
- The University of Idaho Department of Geological Sciences, in cooperation with Washington State University’s School of the Environment, would like to welcome John Meyer, Rocky Chase, and Chris Dail of Midas Gold. They will be speaking about Midas Gold’s new Stibnite Mine project; after the talk, they will be happy to discuss opportunities and careers in the mining industry with interested students and faculty. Seminar will start at 3:40 in McClure Hall 209 (as usual). This will be a stimulating talk with lots of exciting geology, so we hope you will be able to attend! Please see the attached flyer for more details.
“Life on the invasion edge: smallmouth bass in hot pursuit of Pacific salmon” – Dr. Julian D. Olden
Associate Professor, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington Friday, December 2nd, 2016
10:30-11:20am – University of Idaho Campus – Renfrew Hall (REN) Room 127
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