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SustainabeUW Festival - Huskies for Humanity: "Art, Research, & Restoration: UW's Connections to the Duwamish River" - Oct 28th

Submitted by Caterina Rost on October 28, 2015 - 9:55am
This year our Huskies for Humanity lecture hosted by the UW Sustainability office will be "Art, Research, and Restoration: UW's Connection to the Duwamish River” and features current and former projects of UW students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community partners that are associated with the Duwamish River.

Date | Wednesday, October 28th
Time | 6:00-8:00pm
Location | Alder Hall Commons & Auditorium

6:00-6:30pm | Posters session of current and former projects associated with the Duwamish River

6:30-7:30pm | Presentations on current and former projects by UW faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community partners.

7:30-8:00pm | Additional poster viewing, as well as an opportunity to interact with UW and community presenters. 

The event is free and open to the public.

Presenters include: James Rasmussen, Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition; Bill Daniell, UW School of Public Health, Bill Becker, Swim Duwamish; Nicole Kistler and Sarah Kavage, Duwamish Revealed; and George Lee, Duwamish Lighthouse Art Installation. 

You can find the event webpage with more information and bios for the speakers here:

There is also a public Facebook event invitation and we encourage you to invite anyone who you think might be interested:
**Even better...UW's connection to the Duwamish River is likely to continue! Duwamish Alive and Green River Coalition are organizing a symposium on the Duwamish Watershed. They recently issued a call for presentations and are especially interested in projects from UW students, faculty, staff and alumni. More information is available here:
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