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UW Oceanography, Aquatic & Fishery Sciences and Marine Biology Information Session, November 7 in OCN 425

UW Oceanography, Aquatic & Fishery Sciences, and Marine Biology Information Session
Thursday, November 7
2:30-3:30pm
Ocean Sciences Building, Room 425
University of Washington Seattle campus
Join us for snacks, short presentations, Q&A with advisers and faculty, and to learn about:

Marine Biology minor
Aquatic and Fishery Sciences major
Oceanography major
Friday Harbor Labs, UW’s marine station on San Juan Island
How to get involved in research, internships, and field courses
… and more! 

UW Oceanography, Aquatic & Fishery Sciences and Marine Biology Information Session, November 7 in OCN 425

UW Oceanography, Aquatic & Fishery Sciences, and Marine Biology Information Session
Thursday, November 7
2:30-3:30pm
Ocean Sciences Building, Room 425
University of Washington Seattle campus
Join us for snacks, short presentations, Q&A with advisers and faculty, and to learn about:

Marine Biology minor
Aquatic and Fishery Sciences major
Oceanography major
Friday Harbor Labs, UW’s marine station on San Juan Island
How to get involved in research, internships, and field courses
… and more! 

AFSUW Mentorship Program for SAFS Undergraduate Majors

Dear SAFS Undergraduates,
Are you interested in a career in fisheries or a related field? Have you thought about going to graduate school, but aren’t sure which degree to apply for, where to go, or how to prepare? Every year, AFSUW sets undergrads up with graduate mentors who share their research interests. Graduate students are full of wisdom, and can really help you decide on / prepare for a successful career. 

SAFS Majors: Summer/Autumn 2013 Courses and Registration Info

The Autumn Quarter 2013 Time Schedule is now available (All UW or FISH only) – registration begins on May 10. I’ve included a list of courses below that satisfy degree requirements, for reference.

MATH/CHEM/BIOL/PHYS

If you have started or completed the BIOL series, BIOL 180, 200 or 220 would be a good choice (since many upper division FISH courses have BIOL as a pre-req) – note that BIOL 200 has a pre-req of CHEM 220. 

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